The Vertebrates References

Thelodonti: References

Abbreviated Dendrogram
Vertebrata ├─Conodonta └─┬─Pteraspidomorphi └─Thelodonti ├─┬─Furcacaudiformes │ └─Thelodontida └─┬─┬─Katoporida │ └─Cephalaspidomorphi │ ├─Galeaspida │ └─┬─Pituriaspida │ ├─Osteostraci │ └─Gnathostomata (conventional placement) └─┬─Loganiidae └─Gnathostomata (alternate placement) ├─Placodermi └─┬─Chondrichthyes └─Teleostomi

Thelodontida (2)

Blom, H (1999), Loganellia (Thelodonti, Agnatha) from the Lower Silurian of North Greenland, Acta Geol. Polonica 49: 97-104.

Blom, H & D Goujet (2002), Thelodont scales from the Lower Devonian Red Bay Group, Spitsbergen, Palaeontology 45: 795-820.
Apalolepididae, Katoporida, Nikoliviidae, Turiniidae, Thelodontida.

*Diekwisch, TGH, BJ Berman, X Anderton, B Gurinsky, AJ Ortega, PG Satchall, M Williams, C Arumugham, X-G Luan, JE McIntosh, A Yamane, DS Carlson, J-Y Sire & CF Shuler (2002), Membranes, minerals, and proteins of developing vertebrate enamel. Microscopy Res. & Tech. 59: 373-395.

Donoghue, PCJ, PL Forey & RJ Aldridge 2000), Conodont affinity and chordate phylogeny. Biol. Rev. 75: 191-251.

Donoghue, PCJ & MP Smith (2001), The anatomy of Turinia pagei (Powrie), and the phylogenetic status of Thelodonti, Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, Earth Sci. 92: 15-37.
KatoporidaThelodonti, Thelodontidae, Turiniidae

Janvier, P (1996), Early Vertebrates, Oxford, 393 pp.
Apalolepididae, Lanarkia, Loganellia, Loganiidae, Phlebolepis, Thelodonti

Janvier, P & A Blieck (1993), The Silurian-Devonian Agnathan Biostratigraphy of the Old Red Continent in JA Long (ed.), Palaeozoic Vertebrate Biostratigraphy and Biogeography. Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, pp.70-73.

Karatajute-Talimaa, VN (2002), Lower Devonian Lochkovian) Thelodonts from October Revolution Island (Severnaya Zemlya Archipelago, Russia), Geodiversitas 24: 791-804.
Furcacaudiformes, Thelodontida, Thelodontidae, Turiniidae.

Karatajute-Talimaa, VN & T Marss (2002), Upper Silurian thelodonts from Severnaya Zemlya Archipelago (Russia), Geodiversitas 24: 405-443.
Loganiidae, Phlebolepis,Thelodontidae.

Long, JA (1993), Morphological Characteristics of Paleozoic Vertebrates used in biostratigraphy, in JA Long (ed.), Palaeozoic Vertebrate Biostratigraphy and Biogeography. Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, pp.3-24.

Marss, T (1986), Squamation of the thelodont agnathan Phlebolepis. J. Vert. Paleontol. 6: 1-11.
Katoporida, Loganiidae, Phlebolepis, Thelodonti, Thelodontida.

Marss, T (1999), A new Late Silurian or Early Devonian thelodont from the Boothia peninsula, Arctic Canada, Palaeontology 42: 1079-1099.
Archipelepididae, Nikoliviidae.

Marss, T & VN Karatajute-Talimaa (2002), Ordovician and Lower Silurian thelodonts from Severnaya Zemlya Archipelago Russia), Geodiversitas 24: 381-404.

Marss, T & A Ritchie (1998), Articulated thelodonts (Agnatha) of Scotland, Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, Earth Sci. 88: 143-195.
Lanarkia, Loganellia, Shielia. 

Mazan, S, D Jaillard, B Baratte & P Janvier (2000), Otx1 gene-controlled morphogenesis of the horizontal semicircular canal and the origin of the gnathostome characteristics. Evol. & Devel. 2: 186-193.

Miller CG & T Märss (1999), A conodont, thelodont and acanthodian fauna from the Lower Pridoli (Silurian) of the Much Wenlock area, Shropshire. Palaeontology 42: 691-714.

Novitskaya, LI (1998), The visceral system of Paleozoic agnathans (Heterostraci, Thelodonti) and possible ways of transition to the branchial apparatus of gnathostome verte-brates. Paleontol. Zh. 32: 269-277.

Sansom, IJ & DK Elliott (2002), A thelodont from the Ordovician of Canada, J. Vert. Paleontol. 22: 867-870.
Loganiidae, Thelodontida, Thelodontidae.

Sansom, IJ, MM Smith, & MP Smith (1996), Shark and thelodont scales from the Ordovician of Colorado, Nature 379: 628-630.

Sansom, IJ, MM Smith & MP Smith (2001), The Ordovician radiation of vertebrates in PE Ahlberg [ed.] Major Events in Early Vertebrate Evolution, Taylor & Francis, pp. 156-171.

Soehn, KL, T Marss, MW Caldwell & MVH Wilson (2001), New and biostratigraphically useful thelodonts from the Silurian of the Mackenzie Mountains, Northwest Territories, Canada, J. Vert. Paleontol. 21: 651-650.
Archipelepididae, Katoporida, Thelodonti, Turiniidae.

Turner, S (1997), Sequence of Devonian thelodont scale assemblages in East Gondwana, in G Klapper, MA Murphy & J Talent [eds.], Paleozoic sequence Stratigraphy, biostratigraphy and biogeography: studies in honor of Dr J. Granville ("Jess") Johnson. Spec. Pap. Geol. Soc. Amer. 321: 1-45.

Turner, S (1999), Early Silurian to Early Devonian thelodont assemblages and their possible ecological significance, in AJ Boucot & J Lawson [eds.], Palaeocommunities, International Geological Correlation Programme 53, Project Ecostratigraphy, Final Report. Cambridge University Press, pp. 42-78.
Archipelepididae, Loganellia, Loganiidae, Shielia, Thelodonti, Thelodontidae.

Turner, S, JJ Kuglitsch & DL Clark (1999), Llandoverian thelodont scales from the Burnt Bluff Group of Wisconsin and Michigan, J. Paleontol. 73: 667-676.
Katoporida, Loganiidae, Phlebolepis.

Van der Brugghen, W & P Janvier (1993), Denticles in thelodonts. Nature 364: 107.

Wilson, MVH & MW Caldwell (1993), New Silurian and Devonian fork-tailed 'thelodonts' are jawless vertebrates with stomachs and deep bodies, Nature 361: 442-444.
Furcacaudiformes, Thelodonti.

Wilson, MVH & MW Caldwell (1998), The Furcacaudiformes: a new order of jawless vertebrates with thelodont scales, based on articulated Silurian and Devonian fossils from Northern Canada. J. Vert. Paleontol. 18: 10-29.
Furcacaudiformes, Thelodonti.

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