Volume 3, Number 1

Volume 3, Number 1

Review

150 million years of freshwater fish biogeography: vicariance or dispersal?
Lionel Cavin

The origination and rise of teleost otolith diversity during the Mesozoic
Werner Schwarzhans, Tanja Schulz-Mirbach, Antoni Lombarte and Victor M. Tuset


Research

A new well-preserved sturgeon (Chondrostei: Acipenseridae) from the Late Cretaceous of Alberta, Canada
Hiroki Sato, Oksana Vernygora, Alison M. Murray and Philip J. Currie


New data on Cretaceous freshwater hybodont sharks from Guangxi Province, South China
Gilles Cuny, Jinyou Mo, Romain Amiot, Eric Buffetaut, Suravech Suteethorn, Varavudh Suteethorn and Haiyan Tong


Late Mesozoic marine Antarctic fi shes: future perspectives based on the newly collections recovered in the Ameghino and López de Bertodano Formations
Soledad Gouiric-Cavalli, Leonel Acosta Burllaile, Ari Iglesias, Juan J. Moly, José P. O´Gorman, Marcelo Reguero, Sergio Santillana, Marianella Talevi, Carolina Vieytes, Mauricio A. Bigurrarena Ojeda and Jorge Lusky


New Cretaceous lungfish material from southern South America, Argentina
P. Guillermina Giordano, Soledad Gouiric-Cavalli and Leonardo Filippi


Exceptional fossils from China highlight the origin and early diversification of ionoscopiform halecomorphs
Xin-Ying Ma and Guang-Hui Xu


Possible sexual dimorphism in Pankowskichthys libanicus (Neopterygii, Pycnodontiformes) from the Cenomanian of Lebanon
John J. Cawley and Jürgen Kriwet


Taxonomic revision of Asialepidotus shingyiensis Su, 1959 (Halecomorphi, Holostei) from the Middle Triassic (Ladinian) of Guizhou and Yunnan, China
Guang-Hui Xu and Xin-Ying Ma


A new Pycnodontid (Actinopterygii) in the late Jurassic of the Solnhofen Archipelago
Martin Ebert, Martina Kölbl-Ebert and Christian Schulbert


Systematic revision of the Cretaceous actinopterygian fauna from Bernissart, Belgium
Sebastien Olive, Louis Taverne, Lionel Cavin and Uthumporn Deesri


Short Communication

New information about Late Cretaceous pycnodont fishes (Actinoptergyii, Pycnodontiformes) from the Near East
John J. Cawley and Jürgen Kriwet

Living animals for comparison in studies of Mesozoic fossils
Anne Kemp

A comparison between the fossil fish faunas from the Talbragar Fossil Fish Bed near Gulgong, NSW and the Koonwarra Fossil Bed, Gippsland, Victoria, Australia: Upper Jurassic vs Lower Cretaceous times
Lynne Bean

An Upper Cretaceous ichthyodectiform fish from Kyushu, Japan
Yoshitaka Yabumoto, Paulo M. Brito and Koji Hirose

 

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