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structure and relationships of the primitive Devonian lungfish--Dipnorhynchus sussmilchi (Etheridge)

Keith Stewart Thomson

structure and relationships of the primitive Devonian lungfish--Dipnorhynchus sussmilchi (Etheridge)

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Published by Peabody Museum of Natural History, Yale University in New Haven, Conn .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Australia.
    • Subjects:
    • Dipnorhynchus sussmilchi.,
    • Paleontology -- Devonian.,
    • Paleontology -- Australia.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 107-109.

      Statement[by] Keith Stewart Thomson [and] K. S. W. Campbell.
      SeriesYale University. Peabody Museum of Natural History. Bulletin ;, 38, Bulletin (Peabody Museum of Natural History) ;, 38.
      ContributionsCampbell, K. S. W. joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQH1 .Y3 no. 38, QE852.D5 .Y3 no. 38
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 109 p.
      Number of Pages109
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5080277M
      LC Control Number74151244

      Abstract. The dentition of the Late Devonian Holodipterus gogoensis Miles (Osteichthyes: Dipnoi) is described from the original material and four new ion between specimens is considerable because growth took place in cycles that involved extensive resorption of tissues of all types on the dental surface, followed by periods of reconstruction during which new distributions of Cited by: The integument and the axial musculoskeletal system of fishes belonging to the family Polypteridae (Osteichthyes, Actinopterygii) are re‐examined with the purpose of clarifying the mechanical functions of the squamation. The major integumentary axes of bone and collagen are laid down in such a pattern as to resist that deformation of the skin resulting from axial body torsion. This. The oldest sarcopterygian fish The oldest sarcopterygian fish MIN, ZHU; SCHULTZE, HANS‐PETER The study of basal sarcopterygians is crucial to an understanding of the relationships and interrelationships of sarcopterygians, including their relationship to tetrapods. The new material from Qujing, Yunnan, southwestern China, represents the oldest known sarcopterygian .


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structure and relationships of the primitive Devonian lungfish--Dipnorhynchus sussmilchi (Etheridge) by Keith Stewart Thomson Download PDF EPUB FB2

THE STRUCTURE AND RELATIONSHIPS OF THE PRIMITIVE DEVONIAN LUNGFISH-Dipnorhynchus sussmilchi (Etheridge) KEITH STEWART THOMSON AND K.

CAMPBELL ABSTRACT Dipnorhynchus sussmilchi (Etheridge) is an early Emsian-early Eifelian marine Devonian lungfish. The structure of the skull, scales, and portions of the branchial.

The Structure and Relationships of the Primitive Devonian Lungfish; dipnorhynchus sussmilchi (Etheridge) [book review] Authors: Denison, R. Publication: American Journal of Science, vol.

issue 1, pp. Structure and relationships of the primitive Devonian lungfish--Dipnorhynchus sussmilchi (Etheridge). New Haven, Conn., Peabody Museum of Natural History, Yale University, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Keith. The structure and relationships of the primitive Devonian lungfish—Dipnorhynchus sussmilchi (Etheridge).

Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History, 1 Cited by: The Structure and Relationships of the Primitive Devonian Lungfish-Dipnorhynchus sussmilchi (Etheridge). by Keith Stewart Thomson, K. Campbell (p. 24). The Structure and Relationships of the Primitive Devonian Lungfish—Dipnorhynchus sussmilchi (Etheridge).

Bulletin 38 by K. THOMSON, K. Campbell (p. ) Review by: Alfred S. Romer. The structure and relationships of the primitive.

Devonian lungfish— Dipnorhynchus sussmilchi (Etheridge). Bulletin of the Peabody. Museum of Natural History – The Structure and Relationships of the Primitive Devonian Lungfish-Dipnorhynchus sussmilchi (Etheridge).

Keith Stewart Thomson and K. Campbell 48(1, Part 1), p. sussmilchi, is described. Dipnorhynchus, only the fourth Devonian lungfish for which a near complete cranial endocast is known, is a key taxon for clarifying primitive character states within the group.

A ventrally-expanded telencephalic cavity is present in the endocast of Dipnorhynchus demonstrating that this is the primitive state for.

Full text of "The structure and evolution of teeth in (, p. 5) believed that a thick layer of dentine, such as occurs in Dipnorhynchus sussmilchi, was primitive, and that a denticulated tooth plate, such as occurs in Dipterus, was derived from it.

The structure and relationships of the primitive Devonian lungfish - Dipnorhynchus. Thomson, K.S. & Campbell, K.S.W. (): The Structure and Relationships of the Primitive Devonian Lungfish —Dipnorhynchus sussmilchi (Etheridge).

— Peabody Museum of Natural History, Yale University, 1– Google ScholarCited by: 1. The structure and relationships of the primitive Devonian lungfish Dipnorhynchus sussmilchi (Etheridge) Bulletin of the Peabody Museum Natural History, 38 (), pp. Google ScholarCited by: A new broad-headed species of the primitive lungfish Dipnorhynchus, D.

kiandrensis, is described from an isolated skull roof found in the Emsian (Lower Devonian) Lick Hole Limestone at the Ravine, near Kiandra, New South Wales.

It is slightly older than the specimens of D. sussmilchi previously described. Dipnorhynchus, only the fourth Devonian lungfish for which a near complete cranial endocast is known, is a key taxon for clarifying primitive character states within the group.

The structure and relationships of the primitive Devonian lungfish – Dipnorhynchus sussmilchi (Etheridge). Peabody Museum of Natural Hist 1– Zhu, M. and Schultze, H.-P. ().Cited by: 5. Dipnorhynchus is a genus of primitive lungfish that already shows changes from its sarcopterygian ancestry.‭ ‬The skull is no longer in two halves and instead,‭ ‬in the loosest terms,‭ ‬forms a box.‭ ‬The palate of Dipnorhynchus was fused to the skull,‭ ‬like in land dwelling animals,‭ ‬and.

The first virtual cranial endocast of a lungfish from the Early Devonian, Dipnorhynchus sussmilchi, is described. Dipnorhynchus, only the fourth Devonian lungfish for which a near complete cranial endocast is known, is a key taxon for clarifying primitive character states within the group.

A ventrally-expanded telencephalic cavity is present in the endocast of Dipnorhynchus demonstrating Cited by: 3. The structure and relationships of the primitive Devonian lungfish—Dipnorhynchus sussmilchi (Etheridge). Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History, No. Cited by: Excerpt from The Structure and Relationships of the Primitive Devonian Lungfish, Dipnorhynchus Sussmilchi (Etheridge) In Hills described the external dermal bones of a mandible from Buchan, Victoria, as a probable representative of Dipnorhynchus.

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Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History. Crown or modern sarcopterygians (coelacanths, lungfishes, and tetrapods) differ substantially from stem sarcopterygians, such as Guiyu and Psarolepis, and a lack of transitional fossil taxa limits our understanding of the origin of the crown group.

The Onychodontiformes, an enigmatic Devonian predatory fish group, seems to have characteristics of both stem and crown Cited by: are described from the well-preserved material.

In comparison with D. sussmilchi, this species has a number of distinctive features, and is easily recognised as a separate species.

CAMPBELL, K.S.W., & R.E. B ARWICK, The braincase, mandible and dental structures of the Early Devonian lungfish Dipnorhynchus kurikae from Wee Jasper, New. Crown or modern sarcopterygians (coelacanths, lungfishes, and tetrapods) differ substantially from stem sarcopterygians, such as Guiyu and Psarolepis, and a lack of transitional fossil taxa limits our understanding of the origin of the crown group.

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Young, Gavin C. Young, John A. Long. On the structure of the lower jaw in dipnoans: with a description of an early Devonian dipnoan from Canada, Melanognathus canadensis gen. et sp.

nov. Linn. Soc. Cited by: 8. Thomson, Keith Stewart – (Keith Thomson, Keith S. Thomson) PERSONAL: Born Jin Heanor, England; immigrated to United States, ; naturalized citizen, ; son of Ronald William (a Baptist minister and administrator) and Marian Adelaide (a homemaker) Thomson; married Linda Gailbreath Price (an artist), Septem ; children: Jessica Adelaide, Elizabeth Rose.

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The first illustrated endocast of any Devonian lungfish was that of Chirodipterusa number of uncrushed specimens were used to reconstruct the neurocranial cavity of Dipnorhynchus illustrating the relationship between the braincase and the canals for nerves and blood vessels, and again similarly for Holodipterus from a single specimen.

The structure and relationships of the primitive Devonian lungfish—Dipnorhynchus sussmilchi (Etheridge). Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History, Yale University, 38, p. Traquair, R. H. Cited by: The first illustrated endocast of any Devonian lungfish was that of Chirodipterusa number of uncrushed specimens were used to reconstruct the neurocranial cavity of Dipnorhynchus illustrating the relationship between the braincase and the canals for nerves and blood vessels, and again similarly for Holodipterus from a single by: [S85] Smithson, T.

R. The morphology and relationships of the Carboniferous amphibian Eoherpeton watsoni Panchen. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society [TC71] Thomson, K. S., & K. S.

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