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Fishes and the break-up of Pangea
Cavin, L.; Longbottom, A.; Richter, M. (Ed.) (2008). Fishes and the break-up of Pangea. Geological Society Special Publication, 295. Geological Society: London. ISBN 978-1-86239-248-9. 372 pp.
Part of: Hartley, A.J. et al. (Ed.) Geological Society Special Publication. Geological Society of London: Oxford; London; Edinburgh; Boston, Mass.; Carlton, Vic.. ISSN 0305-8719, more
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    VLIZ: Pisces PIS.201 [135571]

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  • Cavin, L., editor
  • Longbottom, A., editor
  • Richter, M., editor

Content
  • Gardiner, B.; Longbottom, A. (2008). Peter. L. Forey, in: Cavin, L. et al. (Ed.) Fishes and the break-up of Pangea. Geological Society Special Publication, 295: pp. 1-6, more
  • Cavin, L.; Longbottom, A.; Richter, M. (2008). Fishes and the break-up of Pangaea: an introduction, in: Cavin, L. et al. (Ed.) Fishes and the break-up of Pangea. Geological Society Special Publication, 295: pp. 7-8, more
  • Mutter, R.J.; Neuman, A.G. (2008). New eugeneodontid sharks from the Lower Triassic Sulphur Mountain Formation of western Canada, in: Cavin, L. et al. (Ed.) Fishes and the break-up of Pangea. Geological Society Special Publication, 295: pp. 9-41, more
  • Richter, M.; Toledo, C.E.V. (2008). The first Triassic lungfish from South America (Santa Maria Formation, Paraná Basin) and its bearing on geological correlations within Pangaea, in: Cavin, L. et al. (Ed.) Fishes and the break-up of Pangea. Geological Society Special Publication, 295: pp. 43-54, more
  • Kriwet, J.; Klug, S. (2008). Diversity and biogeography patterns of Late Jurassic neoselachians (Chondrichthyes: Elasmobranchii), in: Cavin, L. et al. (Ed.) Fishes and the break-up of Pangea. Geological Society Special Publication, 295: pp. 55-70, more
  • Arratia, G. (2008). The varasichthyid and other crossognathiform fishes, and the break-up of Pangaea, in: Cavin, L. et al. (Ed.) Fishes and the break-up of Pangea. Geological Society Special Publication, 295: pp. 71-92, more
  • Cuny, G.; Suteethorn, V.; Kamha, S.; Buffetaut, E. (2008). Hybodont sharks from the lower Cretaceous Khok Kraut Formation of Thailand, and hybodont diversity during the Early Cretaceous, in: Cavin, L. et al. (Ed.) Fishes and the break-up of Pangea. Geological Society Special Publication, 295: pp. 93-107, more
  • De Carvalho, M. S. S.; Maisey, J. G. (2008). New occurrence of Mawsonia (Sarcopterygii: Actinistia) from the Early Cretaceous of the Sanfranciscana Basin, Minas Gerais, southeastern Brazil, in: Cavin, L. et al. (Ed.) Fishes and the break-up of Pangea. Geological Society Special Publication, 295: pp. 109-144, more
  • Brito, P.M.; Alvarado-Ortega, J. (2008). A new species of Placidichthys (Halecomorphi: Ionoscopiformes) from the Lower Cretaceous Marizal Formation, northeastern Brazil, with a review of the biogeographical distribution of the Ophiopsidae, in: Cavin, L. et al. (Ed.) Fishes and the break-up of Pangea. Geological Society Special Publication, 295: pp. 145-154, more
  • Otero, O.; Valentin, X.; Garcia, G. (2008). Cretaceous characiform fishes (Teleostei: Ostariophysi) from Northern Tethys: description of new material from the Maastrichtian of Provence (Southern France) and palaeobiogeographical implications, in: Cavin, L. et al. (Ed.) Fishes and the break-up of Pangea. Geological Society Special Publication, 295: pp. 155-164, more
  • Cavin, L. (2008). Palaeobiogeography of Cretaceous bony fishes (Actinistia, Dipnoi and Actinopterygii), in: Cavin, L. et al. (Ed.) Fishes and the break-up of Pangea. Geological Society Special Publication, 295: pp. 165-183, more
  • Wilson, M. V. H.; Murray, A. M. (2008). Osteoglossomorpha: phylogeny, biogeography, and fossil record and the significance of key African and Chinese fossil taxa, in: Cavin, L. et al. (Ed.) Fishes and the break-up of Pangea. Geological Society Special Publication, 295: pp. 185-219, more
  • Hilton, E.J.; Grande, L. (2008). Fossil Mooneyes (Teleostei: Hiodontiformes, Hiodontidae) from the Eocene of western North America, with a reassessment of their taxonomy, in: Cavin, L. et al. (Ed.) Fishes and the break-up of Pangea. Geological Society Special Publication, 295: pp. 221-251, more
  • Bonde, N. (2008). Osteoglossomorphs of the marine Lower Eocene of Denmark - with remarks on other Eocene taxa and their importance for palaeobiogeography, in: Cavin, L. et al. (Ed.) Fishes and the break-up of Pangea. Geological Society Special Publication, 295: pp. 253-310, more
  • Young, S.V.T.; Williams, R.J. (2008). New information on the cranial anatomy of the eel genus Echelus Rafinesque, 1810 (Ophichthidae: Anguilliformes) from the Early Eocene, in: Cavin, L. et al. (Ed.) Fishes and the break-up of Pangea. Geological Society Special Publication, 295: pp. 311-336, more
  • Chang, M.-M.; Chen, G. (2008). Fossil Cypriniformes from China and its adjacent areas and their palaeobiogeographical implications, in: Cavin, L. et al. (Ed.) Fishes and the break-up of Pangea. Geological Society Special Publication, 295: pp. 337-350, more
  • Meunier, F.J.; Erdmann, M.V.; Fermon, Y.; Caldwell, R.L. (2008). Can the comparative study of the morphology and histology of the scales of Latimeria menadoensis and L. chalumnae (Sarcopterygii: Actinistia, Coelacanthidae) bring new insight on the taxonomy and the biogeography of recent coelacanthids?, in: Cavin, L. et al. (Ed.) Fishes and the break-up of Pangea. Geological Society Special Publication, 295: pp. 351-360, more

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