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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 90, Supplement 1, May 2009

Introduction
pp. 1-2(2)
Authors: Ahlberg, Per E.; Blom, Henning; Boisvert, Catherine A.

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Great northern researchers: discoverers of the earliest Palaeozoic vertebrates
pp. 3-21(19)
Authors: Schultze, Hans-Peter; Turner, Susan; Grigelis, Algimantas

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The international influence of the Stockholm School
pp. 22-37(16)
Author: Schultze, Hans-Peter

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The histology of the Upper Silurian osteostracan Timanaspis kossovoii Obruchev (Agnatha) from North Timan, Russia
pp. 38-43(6)
Authors: Afanassieva, Olga B.; Karatajūtė-Talimaa, Valentina N.

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On the tail of Errivaspis and the condition of the caudal fin in heterostracans
pp. 44-51(8)
Authors: Mark-Kurik, Elga; Botella, Hector

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Agnathan brain anatomy and craniate phylogeny
pp. 52-68(17)
Authors: Khonsari, Roman Hossein; Li, Blaise; Vernier, Philippe; Northcutt, R. Glenn; Janvier, Philippe

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Phenotypic plasticity, polymorphism and phylogeny within placoderms
pp. 83-102(20)
Authors: Trinajstic, K.; Dennis-Bryan, K.

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Enameloid microstructure in the oldest known chondrichthyan teeth
pp. 103-108(6)
Authors: Botella, H.; Donoghue, P. C. J.; Martínez-Pérez, C.

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An enigmatic gnathostome vertebrate skull from the Middle Devonian of Bolivia
pp. 123-133(11)
Authors: Pradel, Alan; Maisey, John G.; Tafforeau, P.; Janvier, Philippe

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A new articulated hybodontoid from Late Permian of northwestern China
pp. 159-170(12)
Authors: Wang, N.-Z.; Zhang, X.; Zhu, M.; Zhao, W.-J.

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A new genus and species of basal actinopterygian fish from the Upper Devonian Gogo Formation of Western Australia
pp. 194-210(17)
Authors: Choo, Brian; Long, John A.; Trinajstic, Katherine

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Identifying patterns of diversity of the actinopterygian fulcra
pp. 220-235(16)
Author: Arratia, Gloria

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The apical ectodermal ridge in the pectoral fin of the Australian Lungfish (Neoceratodus forsteri): keeping the fin to limb transition in the fold
pp. 253-263(11)
Authors: Hodgkinson, Verity S.; Ericsson, Rolf; Johanson, Zerina; Joss, Jean M. P.

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Cell fate and timing in the evolution of neural crest and mesoderm development in the head region of amphibians and lungfishes
pp. 264-272(9)
Authors: Ericsson, Rolf; Ziermann, Janine M.; Piekarski, Nadine; Schubert, Grit; Joss, Jean; Olsson, Lennart

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On the phylogenetic position of Gogonasus andrewsae  , within the Tetrapodomorpha
pp. 285-296(12)
Authors: Holland, Timothy; Long, John A.

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Late Devonian tetrapod remains from Red Hill, Pennsylvania, USA: how much diversity?
pp. 306-317(12)
Authors: Daeschler, Edward B.; Clack, Jennifer A.; Shubin, Neil H.

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A new specimen of Baphetes from Nýřany, Czech Republic and the intrinsic relationships of the Baphetidae
pp. 318-334(17)
Authors: Milner, Angela C.; Milner, Andrew R.; Walsh, Stig A.

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The earliest evidence of host–parasite interactions in vertebrates
pp. 335-343(9)
Authors: Lukševics, Ervīns; Lebedev, Oleg; Mark-Kurik, Elga; Karatajūtė-Talimaa, Valentina

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Bite marks as evidence of predation in early vertebrates
pp. 344-356(13)
Authors: Lebedev, Oleg A.; Mark-Kurik, Elga; Karatajūtė-Talimaa, Valentina N.; Lukševičs, Ervins; Ivanov, Alexander

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Fossils provide better estimates of ancestral body size than do extant taxa in fishes
pp. 357-384(28)
Authors: Albert, James S.; Johnson, Derek M.; Knouft, Jason H.

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