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Palaeozoic fishes [by] J.A. Moy-Thomas.

James Alan Moy-Thomas

Palaeozoic fishes [by] J.A. Moy-Thomas.

2d ed., extensively rev. by R.S. Miles.

by James Alan Moy-Thomas

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Published by Chapman and Hall in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fishes, Fossil,
  • Paleontology -- Paleozoic.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsMiles, Roger S.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE851 M68 1971
    The Physical Object
    Pagination259p.
    Number of Pages259
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18080950M

    Moy-Thomas offers group-by-group technical descriptions of paleozoic fishes. It’s basically a lot of osteology. The science of paleoichthyological systematics and phylogenetics has progressed far from this period, but this work is still a good starting place to understand this fascinating diversity. NEW PALAEOZOIC FISH REMAINS FROM SOUTHERN AFRICA by B. G. Gardiner Biology Department, Queen Elizabeth College, London. INTRODUCTION The fossil fish record of southern Africa is both sparse and spotty and the only group with a relatively complete record is the Actinopterygii; indeed several of the major fish groups have not so.

    Henry and Co, London, First ver. Fair Condition/No Dust Jacket. Illustrator: Harrison Weir. Dark green covers with dulled illustration and gilt lettering, scuffed spine-ends and corners, front end-paper is missing, rear inner hinge is split but binding is holding, some separation between gatherings, dark blue colour rubbed from inside of front cover onto series detail page. Moy-Thomas, J. A., (In the press.) “ The Structure and Affinities of the Fossil Elasmobranch Fishes from the Lower Carboniferous Rocks of Glencartholm, Eskdale,” Proc. Zool. Soc. London.

      Moy‐Thomas was a scientist destined to become one of the most influential palaeontologists of his era—a man who was to have a primitive fish Jaymotius named after him by Errol White in (and since frowned upon as ‘amusing’ by some more serious‐minded palaeontologists, see W.A.S. Sarjeant, Journal of Geoscience Education, , v. Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Format: Book; p., [23] p. of plates: ill., map ; 25 cm.


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I have revised Moy-Thomas's widely used book on Palaeozoic fishes in an attempt to incorporate some of the considerable advances that have been made in this field over the last 30 years, which have in. I have revised Moy-Thomas's widely used book on Palaeozoic fishes in an attempt to incorporate some of the considerable advances that have been made in this field over the last 30 years, which have in some respects made the first edition seriously out-of-date.

The book is now inevitably longer, but its scope remains the same and the original Price: $ Palaeozoic Fishes by J. Moy-Thomas, R. Miles () Hardcover Hardcover – January 1, See all 10 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Kindle "Please retry" $ — Price: $ I have revised Moy-Thomas's widely used book on Palaeozoic fishes in an attempt to incorporate some of the considerable advances that have been made in this field over the last 30 years, which have in some respects made the first edition seriously out-of-date.

The book is now inevitably longer, but. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Moy-Thomas, J.A. (James Alan). Palaeozoic fishes. Philadelphia, Saunders [] (OCoLC) Document Type.

Get this from a library. Palaeozoic Fishes. [J A Moy-Thomas] -- I have revised Moy-Thomas's widely used book on Palaeozoic fishes in an attempt to incorporate some of the considerable advances that have been made in this field over the last 30 years, which have.

James Allan Moy-Thomas (), British paleoichthyologist. Authored taxa []. 0 taxon names authored by James Allan Moy-Thomas (List may be incomplete); Publications []. Moy-Thomas, J.A. Notes on the development of the chondrocranium of Polypterus rly Journal of Microscopical Science –Reference page.

Notes on the Nomenclature of Fossil Fishes - Part III Homonyms M-Z,The Annals and Magazine of Natural History, London, The Annals and Magazine of Natural History, Ser Volume 7: pages White, E. I and Moy-Thomas, J.

A new edition of the late J. Moy-Thomas' handy and informative little volume on Paleo-zoic fishes is indeed welcome. The ver-sion, written by a young and very promising student of Paleozoic fishes, represented the first attempt, aside from text-book treatments, to. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Palaeozoic Fishes by J.

Moy-Thomas and Roger S. Miles (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. The term ‘fishes’ as used in this book includes all those free-living, aquatic, cold-blooded, gill-breathing craniates in which fins and not pentadactyl limbs are developed.

This is the popular usage of the term, and if fishes are defined in this way the group is composed not only of the true jawed fishes but also the jawless agnathans of. Abstract. A brief account and new restorations of the Scottish Middle Old Red Sandstone fish Rhamphodopsis are given, based largely on new material from Edderton, Ross-shire.

The Edderton material is of the species Rhamphodopsis threiplandi Watson, previously known only from A chanarras, Caithness. The known material of Rhamphodopsis trispinatus Watson, from Moray Firth and Cromarty.

Cephalaspidae is an extinct family of jawless fish in the class Osteostraci. References. Moy-Thomas and R. Mile. Palaeozoic Fishes; T.

Huxley. Preliminary essay upon the systematic arrangement of the fishes of the Devonian Epoch. Memoirs of the Geological Survey of Great Britain, decade 10 Palaeozoic Fishes. MoY-THoMAs. Second edition, revised by R. Miles. Saunders, Philadelphia, xii, pp., illus.

$ It happens all too rarely that some-one puts into a very small book such a feeling for the subject and such a concise synthesis of information that the book becomes a. Cephalaspidida is an extinct order of jawless fish in the subclass Cornuata.

See also. Undichna, a fish-fin, or fish-swimming fossil trail left as a fossil impression on a substrate, or the opposite impression on an overlying substrate; Anatol Heintz (–), a Norwegian palaeontologist who published in Cephalaspida from Downtonian of Norway, about cephalaspida excavated at Ringerike.

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sense for what is important and what. This book presents current knowledge of the early vertebrates--mainly fish, but including some terrestrial creatures--which lived about to million years ago. The work focuses on anatomical and phylogenetic questions, but includes information on fossil discovery and preparation, as well as the analysis of the characteristics from which.

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