References for Palaeospondylus

Ahlberg, P. E. and Trewin, N. H. 1995. The postcranial skeleton of the Middle Devonian lungfish Dipterus valenciennesi. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh: Earth Sci, 85, 159-175.

Andrews, S. M. and Westoll, T. S. 1970. The postcranial skeleton of rhipidistian fishes excluding Eusthenopteron. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, 68, 391-489.

Forey, P. L. and Gardiner, B. G. 1981. J. A. Moy-Thomas and his association with the British Museum (Natural History). Bull. Br. Mus. Nat. Hist. (Geol.), 35, 131-144.

Janvier, P. and Newman, M. J. 2005. On Cephalaspis magnifica Traquair, 1893, from the Middle Devonian of Scotland, and the relationships of the last osteostracans. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh: Earth Sci, 95, 511-525.

Jarvik, E. 1952. On the fish-like tail in the ichthyostegid stegocephalians. Medd. om Gronland, 114, 1-90.

Lehman, J.-P. 1947. Descriptions de quelques exemplaires de Cheirolepis canadensis (Whiteaves). K. Svenska VetenskAcad. Handl., 24, 1-40.

Moy-Thomas, J. A. 1940. The Devonian fish Palaeospondylus gunni Traquair. Phil. Trans. Royal Soc. London, B573, 391-413.

Newman, M. J. 2002. A new naked jawless vertebrate from the Middle Devonian of Scotland. Palaeontology, 45, 933-941.

Newman, M. J. and Trewin, N. H. 2001. A new jawless vertebrate from the Middle Devonian of Scotland. Palaeontology, 44, 43-51.

Newman, Michael J. and Den Blaauwen, J.L., 2008 New information on the enigmatic Devonian vertebrate Palaeospondylus gunni Scottish Journal of Geology, Short Communications, 44, (1), 89-91, 2008

Pearson, D. M. and Westoll, T. S. 1979. The Devonian actinopterygian Cheirolepis Agassiz. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, 70, 337-399.

Schultze, H.-P. 1975. Das axialskelett der dipnoer aus dem Oberdevon von Bergisch-Gladbach (Westdeutschland). Coll. Internat. C.N.R.S, 218, 149-157.

Thomson, K. S., Sutton, M. and Thomas, B., 2003. A larval Devonian lungfish. Nature, 426, p. 833-834

Trewin, N. H. 1986. Palaeoecology and sedimentology of the Achanarras fish bed of the Middle Old Red Sandstone, Scotland. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh: Earth Sci., 77, 21-46.