Evolution of dipnoans (lungfish) in the Early Devonian of southeastern Australia
Dipnoans (lungfish) were first described from the Lower Devonian at Taemas N.S.W. in 1906 with the discovery of a species now known as Dipnorhynchus suessmilchi (Etheridge). Subsequent descriptions were based on material from Wee Jasper in N.S.W., Buchan
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