History of the Coelacanth Fishes

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Springer Science & Business Media, Nov 30, 1997 - Science - 420 pages
This book evaluates the reputation of the coelacanth, presenting up-to-date accounts of the structure of fossil coelacanths, and suggests a family history to show that there have been subtle but significant changes in coelacanth history.
 

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Page 377 - Lerida) im Vergleich mit den ob. Jura-Vorkommen von Cerin (Dept. Ain) und von Franken.
Page 376 - Westoll, TS (1970a) The postcranial skeleton of Eusthenopteron foordi Whiteaves. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 68: 207-329. Andrews, SM and Westoll, TS (1970b) The postcranial skeleton of rhipidistian fishes excluding Eusthenopteron.
Page 376 - In Greenwood, PH, Miles, RS and Patterson, C. (eds), Interrelationships of Fishes: pp.
Page 377 - On a species of Coelacanthus from the Upper Beaufort Beds of Aliwal North.
Page 392 - Notice of New Fish remains from the Blackband Ironstone of Borough Lee, near Edinburgh, No.

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