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Phylogeny of the Order Gadiformes (Teleostei, Paracanthopterygii)

@inproceedings{Endo2002PhylogenyOT,
  title={Phylogeny of the Order Gadiformes (Teleostei, Paracanthopterygii)},
  author={Hiromitsu Endo},
  year={2002}
}
Intrarelationships of the order Gadiformes (sensu Nelson, 1994), focused on the higher gadoid taxa, were hypothesized cladistically on the basis of 49 morphological transformations. These indicated that gadiforms should be classified into three suborders and eleven families: Melanonidae (Melanonoidei), forming the sister group of all other gadiforms, Macrouridae and Steindachneriidae (Macrouroidei), and Euclichthyidae, Moridae, Macrur onidae, Merlucciidae, Ranicipitidae, Gadidae… 
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