To coincide with the Sir Arthur Smith Woodward Symposium on 'Fossil fishes and fakes' (at the Natural History Museum, London on May 21st 2014) we are pleased to offer FREE access to a selection of key articles on fossil fish from Journal of Systematic Palaeontology.
These articles have been specially selected by the Associate Editor - Zerina Johanson, and are available for you to read for free until the end of July 2014.
Simply click on the links below to start reading the featured papers today.
A new semionotiform actinopterygian fish from the Mesozoic of Spain and its phylogenetic implications
- David D. Bermúdez-Rochas and Francisco J. Poyato-Ariza
Osteology of Eubiodectes libanicus (Pictet & Humbert, 1866) and some other ichthyodectiformes (Teleostei): phylogenetic implications
- Lionel Cavin, Peter L. Forey and Samuel Giersch
- Stefanie Klug and Jürgen Kriwet
- Guillaume Guinot, Henri Cappetta, Charlie J. Underwood and David J. Ward
Redescription of †Chondrosteus acipenseroides Egerton, 1858 (Acipenseriformes, †Chondrosteidae) from the lower Lias of Lyme Regis (Dorset, England), with comments on the early evolution of sturgeons and paddlefishes
- Eric J. Hilton and Peter L. Forey
- Robert S. Sansom
- Matt Friedman