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9 26th Ann. Meeting of Japan. Neurochemical Research 1983 1120 Tamai Y., Kojima H., Abe K., Suzuki A. Evolutionary change of glycolipids and myelin-proteins in the brain of the primitive bony fishes (in Japanese)
58th Ann. Meeting of Pacific Div. (A.A.A.S.) 1977 3 Lagios Michael D. Abstract: The coelacanth and the chondrichthyes as sister groups. A review of shared apomorph characters and a cladistic analysis and reinterpretation
58th Ann. Meeting of Pacific Div. (A.A.A.S.) 1977 4 Rand Ch.S. Abstract: Blood cells and hemopoitic tissues of Latimeria chalumnae (adult and embryo)
58th Ann. Meeting of Pacific Div. (A.A.A.S.) 1977 6 Miller William A. Abstract: Further observations on the mineralized tissues of Latimeria chalumnae
ABC  News August, 19 1998 Jensen Mary N. In search of 'Living Fossils': Ancient fish in decline
ABC  News September, 23 1998 Jensen Mary N. Newlywed Biologist Stumbles Upon Rare Fish: A Honeymoon Surprise
Academic Press, London 1973 536pp Greenwood P. Humphry, Miles R.S., Patterson C. (ed.) Interrelationships of Fishes (Supplement on Nr. 53 Zool. J. Linn. Soc. London)
Academic Press, London 1973 105-135 Gardiner B.G., Greenwood P. Humphry, Miles R.S., Patterson C. (ed.) Interrelationships of teleostomes in: "Interrelationships of Fishes (Supplement on Nr. 53 Zool. J. Linn. Soc. London)"
Academic Press, London 1973 137-177 Gardiner B.G., Greenwood P. Humphry, Miles R.S., Patterson C. (ed.) Interrelationships of crossopterygians in: "Interrelationships of Fishes (Supplement on Nr. 53 Zool. J. Linn. Soc. London)"
Academic Press, London 1973 179-205 Gardiner B.G., Greenwood P. Humphry, Miles R.S., Patterson C. (ed.) Relationships of coelacanthiforms in: "Interrelationships of Fishes (Supplement on Nr. 53 Zool. J. Linn. Soc. London)"
Academic Press, London 1973 333-349 Gardiner B.G., Greenwood P. Humphry, Miles R.S., Patterson C. (ed.) Relationships of clupeomorphs, with remarks on the structure of the lower jaw in fishes in: "Interrelationships of Fishes (Supplement on Nr. 53 Zool. J. Linn. Soc. London)
Academic Press, London 1968 159-172 Haslewood G.A.D., Hawkes J.G. (ed.) Bile salt differences in relation to taxonomy and systematics in: "Chemotaxonomy and Serotaxonomy"
2 Academic Press, London 1974 339pp Kingdon J. East African Mammals. An Atlas of evolution in Africa
Academic Press, London 1970 547pp Love R.M. The chemical biology of fishes with a key to the chemical literature
Academic Press, London 1980 943pp Love R.M. The chemical biology of fishes. Vol. II, Advances 1968-1977. With a supplementary key to the chemical literature
Academic Press, London 1977 Andrews S.M., Miles R.S., Walker A.D. (ed.) Problems in Vertebrate Evolution. Linn. Soc. Lond. Symp. Ser. 4.
Academic Press, London 1977 52-75 Orvig T. A survey of odontodes ('dermal teeth') from developmental, structural, functional and phyletic points-of-view in: "Problems in Vertebrate Evolution. Linn. Soc. Lond. Symp. Ser. 4"
Academic Press, London 1977 77-121 Patterson C. Cartilage bones, dermal bones and membrane bones, or the exoskeleton versus the endoskeleton in: "Problems in Vertebrate Evolution. Linn. Soc. Lond. Symp. Ser. 4" [ISBN 0-12059950-3]
Academic Press, London 1977 271-288 Andrews S.M. The axial skeleton of the coelacanth, Latimeria in: "Problems in Vertebrate Evolution. Linn. Soc. Lond. Symp. Ser. 4"
1 Academic Press, London Vol 1 of 2 1980 575pp Jarvik Erick Basic Structure and Evolution of Vertebrates
Academic Press, London 1984 Potts G.W., Wootton R.J. (ed) Fish Reproduction: Strategies and Tactics
Academic Press, London 1984 35-53 Balon Eugene K. Patterns in the evolution of reproductive styles in fishes in: "Fish Reproduction: Strategies and Tactics"
Academic Press, London 1980 Panchen A.L. (ed.) The terrestrial environment and the origin of land vertebrates (Syst. Assoc. spec. Vol. N° 15)
Academic Press, London 1980 159-175 Patterson C. Origin of tetrapods: historical introduction to the problem in: "The terrestrial environment and the origin of land vertebrates (Syst. Assoc. spec. Vol. N° 15)"
Academic Press, London 1980 187-222 Thomson Keith Stewart The ecology of Devonian lobe-finned fishes in: "The terrestrial environment and the origin of land vertebrates (Syst. Assoc. spec. Vol. N° 15)"
Academic Press, London 1986 Pang Peter K.T., Schreibman M.P., Gorbman A.(ed.) Vertebrate endocrinology: fundamentals and biomedical implications: Vol I. Morphological considerations
Academic Press, London 1986 11-55 Schreibman M.P. Pituary Gland in: "Vertebrate endocrinology: fundamentals and biomedical implications: Vol I. Morphological considerations"
Academic Press, London 1984 Hoar W.S., Randall D.J. (ed.) Fish Physiology. Vol. 10A
Academic Press, London 1984 1-72 Hughes George M. General anatomy of the gills in: "Fish Physiology. Vol. 10A"
Academic Press, New York 1952 Wald G. Modern Trends in Physiology and Biochemistry
2 Academic Press, New York 1955 2 Vols Dounce A.L., (Chargaff E. and Davidson J. eds)  The Nucleic Acids
2 Academic Press, New York 1960 161 Cohen Peter P., Brown George W. Jr. Comparative Biochemistry
Academic Press, New York 1968 314pp Schmalhausen I.I. The origin of terrestrial vertebrates
4 Chap. 6 Academic Press, New York 1970 209 Riggs A. Physiology of Fishes (ed. 1957)
Academic Press, New York 1964 1 Brown George W. Jr. (Moore J.A. ed.) Physiology of the Amphibia
Academic Press, New York 1979 Nitecki M.H. (ed.) Mazon Creek Fossils
Academic Press, New York 1979 501-528 Bardack D. Fishes of the Mason Creek fauna in: "Mazon Creek Fossils"
Academic Press, New York 1974 Florkin M., Scheer B.T. (ed.) Chemical Zoology, Vol. 8. Deusterostomians, Cyclostomes and fishes
Academic Press, New York 1974 595-612 Tammar A.R. Bile salts in fishes in: "Chemical Zoology, Vol. 8. Deusterostomians, Cyclostomes and fishes"
Academic Press, New York 1969 1.. pp Hoar W.S., Randall D.J. (ed.) Fish Physiology, Vol. 1
Academic Press, New York 1969 313-350 Forster R.P., Goldstein Leon Formation of excretory products in: "Fish Physiology, Vol. 1"
Academic Press, New York 1970 Hoar W.S., Randall D.J. (ed.) Fish Physiology. Vol. 4
Academic Press, New York 1970 209-252 Riggs A. Properties of fish hemoglobins in: "Fish Physiology. Vol. 4"
11 Academic Press, San Diego 1988 Hoar W.S. and Randall D.J. (ed.) Fish Physiology (Vol. XI The physiology of developing fish. Part B - Viviparity and posthatching juveniles) [ISBN 0-12350434-1]
11 Academic Press, San Diego 1988 1-134 Wourms John P., Grove B.D., Lombardi J. The maternal-embryonic relationship in viviparous fishes in: "Fish Physiology (Vol. XI The physiology of developing fish. Part B - Viviparity and posthatching juveniles)" [ISBN 0-12350434-1]
104 1 Acta Anatomica Basel 1979 1-15 Lemire Michel and  Lagios Michael D. Ultrastructure du parenchyme sécréteur de la glande post-anale du coelacanthe Latimeria chalumnæ
59 Acta Anatomica Nipponica 1984 496 Sasagawa I., Ishiyama M., Kodera H. Fine structure of the teeth in Latimeria chalumnæ (Coelacanthidæ) (abstract)
39 Acta Anatomica Nipponica 1985 105-115 Sasagawa I., Ishiyama M., Kodera H. Fine structure of the pharyngeal teeth in the coelacanthid fish Latimeria chalumnæ
48 3 Acta Haematologica Japonica May 1985 710-723 Tanaka Y. An anatomical study on the spleen of archaic fishes 1. Coelacanthiformes and Dipneusti (in Japanese)
13 4 Acta Morphologica Neerlando-Scandinavica December 1975 306 Nieuwenhuys Rudolf, Kremers Jan-Willem P.M., v. Huyzen C. The brain of the crossopterygian fish Latimeria chalumnæ
13 4 Acta Morphologica Neerlando-Scandinavica December 1975 307 Kremers Jan-Willem P.M. The structure of the brain stem of Latimeria chalumnæ (abstract)
59 Acta Zoologica, Stockholm 1978 203-214 Bjerring H.C. The 'intracranial joint' versus the 'ventral otic fissure'
72 2 Acta Zoologica, Stockholm June 1991 121-124 Jorgensen J.M. Ciliated Sensory Cells in the Rostral Organ of the Coelacanth Latimeria Chalumnæ (Smith 1939)
73 Acta Zoologica, Stockholm 1992 115-139 Bemis William E., Northcutt R. Glenn Skin and blood vessels of the snout of the Australian lungfish, Neoceratodus forsteri, and their significance for interpreting the cosmine of Devonian lungfishes
74 4 Acta Zoologica, Stockholm October 1993 289-299 Bjerring H.C. Yet another interpretation of the coelacanthiforme basicarnial muscle and its innervation
1179 AFP-Sciences (Paris) Mars, 25 1999 Le coelacanthe d'Indonesie serait une espèce nouvelle
# 2 3 Africa Environment & Wildlife May/June 1994 83 <ANON> Connections: Knysna, Angling Museum (with picture Coelacanth)
# 30 Africa Tervuren April, 1 1984 50-56 Meire D. The Bats of the Comoro Islands (in Dutch)
# 30 Africa Tervuren April, 1 1984 90-103 Thys van den Audenaerde Dirk F.E. Le Coelacanthe des Comores Latimeria Chalumnæ curiosité zoologique, fossile vivant ou animal aberrant?
3 7 African Aquarist 1970 13 <ANON> No holds barred in quest for exlusive coelacanths
# 59 African Historical Dictionaries 1994 140pp Ottenheimer Martin, Ottenheimer Harriet Historical Dictionary of the Comoro Islands. Uitgegeven door The Scarecrow Press Inc., Metuchen, N.J. & London (African Historical Dictionaries edited by Jon Woronoff) [ISBN 0-8108-2819-7]
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31 African Wildlife (Johannesburg) 1977 30-31 Smith Margaret Mary Surprise, surprise - a baby!
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Alameda Times-Star October, 5 1998 Jackson Derrick Z. Fish offers a window into the past
Alameda Times-Star November, 1 1999 Brand William Dinosaur fish show DNA differences. Cal scientists hint 2nd species of coelacanth
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sub 1 Alan R. Liss., New York 1987 25-37 Schultze Hans-Peter, Campbell K.S.W. Characterization of the dipnoi, a monophyletic group
sub 1 Alan R. Liss., New York 1987 39-73 Schultze Hans-Peter Dipnoans as sarcopterygians
sub 1 Alan R. Liss., New York 1987 75-91 Forey Peter L. Relationships of lungfishes
sub 1 Alan R. Liss., New York 1987 93-131 Campbell K.S.W., Barwick R.E. Palaeozoic lungfishes - a review
sub 1 Alan R. Liss., New York 1987 133-149 Meinke D.K. Morphology and evolution of the dermal skeleton in lungfishes
sub 1 Alan R. Liss., New York 1987 199-216 Wake M.H. Urogenital morphology of dipnoans, with comparisons to other fishes and to amphibians
sub 1 Alan R. Liss., New York 1987 217-236 Burggren W.W., Johansen K. Circulation and respiration in lungfishes (Dipnoi)
sub 1 Alan R. Liss., New York 1987 249-275 Bemis William E. Feeding systems of living Dipnoi: anatomy and functions
sub 1 Alan R. Liss., New York 1987 277-297 Northcutt R. Glenn Lungfish neural characters and their bearing on sarcopterygian phylogeny
1 Albany Museum, Records of the 1905 338-339 Broom R On a species of Coelacanthus from the Upper Beaufort Beds of Alawi North
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57 4 American Biology Teacher April 1995 202-207 Brown Lauren E. The Lesson of "Latimeria"
96 Amer. Midl. Nat. Monogr. 1976 332-349 Lundberg J., Marsh E. Evolution and functional anatomy of the pectoral fin rays in cyprinoid fishes, with emphasis on the suckers (family Catostomidæ)
224 4 American Journal of Physiology April 1973 950-956 Nishimura H., Ogawa M., Sawyer W.H. Renin-angiotensin system in primitive bony fishes and a holocephalian
1110 American Museum Novitates 1941 17pp Schaeffer Bobb A revision of Coelacanthus newarki and notes on the evolution of the girdles and basal plates of the median fins in the Coelacanthini
1378 American Museum Novitates 1948 32pp Schaeffer Bobb A study of Diplurus longicaudatus with notes on the body form and locomotion of the Coelacanthini
2036 American Museum Novitates July, 7 1961 18pp Schaeffer Bobb, Gregory  Joseph T. Coelacanth fishes from the continental Triassic of the western United States
2866 American Museum Novitates December, 18 1986 30pp Maisey John G. Coelacanths from the Lower Cretaceous of Brazil
118 American Naturalist 1981 785-802 Jollie M. Segment and the homologizing of cranial bones
74 American Scientist 1986 169-171 Thomson Keith Stewart A fishy story
77 6 American Scientist 1989 536-538 Thomson Keith Stewart The second coelacanth
81 1 American Scientist January 1993 72-82 Gorr Thomas, Kleinschmidt Traute Evolutionary Relationships of the Coelacanth. Is the coelacanth a close cousin of land vertebrates? The bloodlines suggested by the hemoglobin molecule add fuel to a passionate scientific controversy
81 2 American Scientist 1993 107-108 Swan L.W. Coelacanth and Chips
81 2 American Scientist 1993 108 Swan L.W. Coelacanth and Chips
81 2 American Scientist 1993 108 Gorr Thomas, Kleinschmidt Traute Coelacanth and Chips - Reply
81 2 American Scientist 1993 108 Gorr Thomas, Kleinschmidt Traute Evolutionary Relationships of the Coelacanth (Vol 81, Pg 71, 1993)
81 3 American Scientist 1993 209-210 Meyer Axel Coelacanth Controversy
81 3 American Scientist 1993 210 Milinkovitch M.C. Coelacanth Controversy
81 3 American Scientist 1993 210-211 Gorr Thomas, Kleinschmidt Traute Coelacanth Controversy
87 3 American Scientist May 1999 213-215 Thomson Keith Stewart The coelacanth: Act three
American Society for Ichthyology and Herpetology Lawrence 1984 Moser H.G., Richards W.J., Cohen D.M.,Fahay M.P., Kendall A.W. Jr., Richardson Ontogeny and Systematics of Fishes
American Society for Ichthyology and Herpetology Lawrence 1984 50-57 Brothers E.B. Otolith studies in: "Ontogeny and Systematics of Fishes"
6 4 American Zoologist 1966 545-546 Grant F. Blake, Pickford Grace E. Ionic composition, urea and serum osmolarity in the blood of the coelacanth Latimeria chalumnæ (abstract)
6 4 American Zoologist 1966 565-566 Thomson Keith Stewart Mobility of the skull and finns in the coelacanth (Latimeria chalumnæ Smith)
6 4 American Zoologist 1966 577 Brown George W. Jr., Brown Susan G. Intermediary nitrogen metabolism of the coelacanth Latimeria chalumnæ
8 4 American Zoologist 1968 354 Cracraft J. Functional morphology and adaptive significance of cranial kinesis in Latimeria chalumnæ (Coelacanthidæ)
10 American Zoologist 1970 496 Chavin W. Brain pituitary neurosecretory complex of the Australian lungfish Neoceratodus forsteri (abstract)
12 American Zoologist 1972 667 Chavin W. The sarcopterygian thyroid (abstract)
12 American Zoologist 1972 730 Griffith Robert W., Thomson Keith Stewart Observations on a dying coelacanth
13 American Zoologist 1973 823-838 Nishimura H., Ogawa M. The renin-angiotensin system in fishes
13 American Zoologist 1973 933-936 Atz James W. Comparative endocrinology and systematics
13 American Zoologist 1973 1348 Imaki H., Chavin W. Ultrastructure of integumental melanophores in the coelacanth (abstract)
15 American Zoologist 1975 801 Di Julio D.H., Brown George W. Jr. Urea levels in tissues of the coelacanth Latimeria chalumnæ
15 American Zoologist 1975 806 Northcutt R. Glenn, Neary T.J. Observations on the optic tectum of the coelacanth Latimeria chalumnæ
15 American Zoologist 1975 807 Thiruvathukal K.V. Microscopic analysis of selected tissues of Latimeria
17 American Zoologist 1977 365-377 Pang Peter K.T., Griffith Robert W., Atz James W. Osmoregulation in elasmobranchs
19 American Zoologist 1979 986 Hetherington T.E., Bemis William E. Morphological evidence of an electroreceptive function of the rostral organ of Latimeria chalumnæ
20 American Zoologist 1980 962 Wourms John P., Stribling M. Dean, Atz James W. Maternal-fetal nutrient relationship in the coelacanth (abstract)
21 American Zoologist 1981 473-515 Wourms John P. Viviparity: the maternal-fetal relationship in fishes
21 American Zoologist 1981 63-81 Gutman W.F. Relationships between invertebrate phyl based on functional-mechanical analysis of the hydrostatic skeleton
21 American Zoologist 1981 573-596 Balon Eugene K. Saltatory processes and precocial forms in the ontogeny of fishes
24 American Zoologist 1984 953-964 Meunier François-Jean Spatial organisation and mineralization of the basal plate of elasmoid scales in osteichthyans
28 American Zoologist 1988 257-266 Gutman W.F. The hydraulic principle
29 American Zoologist 1989 11 Cloutier Richard Lungfishes, coelacanths and tetrapods - beyond a 3-taxa statement (abstract)
32 American Zoologist 1992 276-293 Wourms John P., Lombardi J. Relections on the evolution of piscine viviparity
54 Anais da Academia  Brasileira de Ciências 1982 519-539 DeCarvalho M.S.S. O genero Mawsonia na ictiofaunula do Cretaceo do Estado da Bahia
9 4 Anatomia Histologia Embryologia 1980 289-295 Northcutt R. Glenn Anatomical evidence of electroreception in the coelacanth (Latimeria chalumnæ)
142 Anatomical Record 1962 262 Nieuwenhuys Rudolf The forebrain of some groups of fishes (abstract)
151 2 Anatomy and Embryology (Berlin) October, 7 1977 157-169 Nieuwenhuys Rudolf, Kremers Jan-Willem P.M., van Huyzen C. The brain of the crossopterygian fish Latimeria chalumnæ: a survey of its gross structure
32 Animal Behavior 1984 379-384 Helfmann G.S., Schults E.T. Social transmission and behavioural traditions in a coral reef fish
295 Animeaux Magazine Juin 2000 <ANON> Il se défend: le coelacanthe: "j'ai 400 millions d'années"
80 Annalen des Naturhistorischen Museums in Wien Ser. B 1976 251-271 Adamicka P., Ahnelt H. Beiträge zur funktionellen Analyse und zur Morphologie des Kopfes von Latimeria Chalumnæ Smith
67 Annales de Paléontologie Vertèbres Paris 0 1-17 Wenz S. Un coelacanthe géant, Mawsonia lavocati Tabaste, de l'Albien-base du Cénomanien du Sud Marocain
167 Annals of the New York Academy of Science 1969 5-17 Schaeffer Bobb Adaptive radiations of the fishes and the fish-amphibian transition
167 Annals of the New York Academy of Science 1969 31-64 Nieuwenhuys Rudolf A survey of the structure of the forebrain in higher bony fishes (Osteichthyes)
605 Annals of the New York Academy of Science 1990 15-28 Waehneldt Thomas V. Phylogeny of myelin proteins
444 Annals of the Coll. of Fish., University of Washington Seattle 1975 52 Brown George W. Jr., Brown Susan G., Solomon F.P. Research in fisheries
# Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institute 1940 321-327 Smith James Leonard Brierley A living fossil (Latimeria chalumnæ)
# 4149 Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institute 1953 351-361 White Errol Ivor Dr. Sci. The Coelacanth Fishes
460 Annual Report Coll. Fish. Univ. Wash. Contr. 1977 60 Solomon F.P., Utter F.M., Brown J.W. Jr. Enzymes of the coelacanth Latimeria chalumnæ, 1976 Research in Fisheries (abstract)
18 Annual Report Iowa Geological Survey (1907) 1908 29-386 Eastman C.R. Devonian fishes in Iowa
12 Annual  Review of Ecology and Systematics 1981 195-223 Patterson C. Significance of fossils in determining evolutionary relationships
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18 Sér. 11 Annales des Sciences Naturelles Zoologie, Paris 1956 381-389 Millot Jacques, Anthony Jean L'organe rostral de Latimeria (Crossoptérygien, Coelacanthidé)
1 Sér. 12 Annales des Sciences Naturelles Zoologie, Paris 1959 61-69 Millot Jacques, Tuzet O. La spermatogenése de Latimeria chalumnæ Smith  (crossoptérygien coelacanthidé)
1 Sér. 12 Annales des Sciences Naturelles Zoologie, Paris 1959 317-328 Millot Jacques, Anthony Jean Les neuromastes du système latéral de Latimeria chalumnæ
14 Sér. 12 Annales des Sciences Naturelles Zoologie, Paris 1972 305-317 Millot Jacques, Anthony Jean La glande post-anale de Latimeria chalumnæ
15 Sér. 12 Annales des Sciences Naturelles Zoologie, Paris 1973 293-328 Millot Jacques, Anthony Jean L'appareil excréteur de Latimeria chalumnæ Smith (poisson, coelacanthidé)
19 Sér. 12 Annales des Sciences Naturelles Zoologie, Paris 1977 227-245 Lemire Michel Étude ultrastructurale du parenchyme sécréteur de la glande post-anale du coelacanthe Latimeria chalumnæ Smith
1 Sér. 13 Annales des Sciences Naturelles Zoologie, Paris 1979 221-222 Anthony Jean Jacques Millot 1897-1979
8 Sér. 13 Annales des Sciences Naturelles Zoologie, Paris 1987 43-60 Robineau Daniel Sur la signification phylogénétique de quelques caractères anatomiques remarquables du coelacanthe Latimeria chalumnæ Smith, 1939
99 Ann. Soc. Geol. 1980 453-464 Beltan L. Eotrias du nord-ouest de Madagascar: étude de quelques poissons dont un est un parturition
8 Annals and Magazine of Natural History London (ser. 9) 1921 320-337 Watson David Meredith Seares On the coelacanth fish
12 Annals and Magazine of Natural History London (ser. 9) 1956 54-57 Smith James Leonard Brierley An extraordinary fish from South Africa
15 Annals and Magazine of Natural History London (ser.10) 1935 37-46 Moy-Thomas J.A. A synopsis of the coelacanth fishes of the Yorkshire Coal Measures
19 Année Biologique Paris 1980 1-18 Meunier François-Jean, Geraudie J. Les structures plaque du derme et des écailles des vertèbres inferieurs
3 35 Année Biologique Paris 1959 81-113 François Y. La nagoire dorsale: anatomie comparée et évolution
5 Anomalies (Marseille) Mars 1999 Le retour du coelacanthe
13 50 Antiquity June 1939 245 <ANON> Coelacanth fish
Appleton-Century, New York 1966 278pp Soulé G. The ocean adventure. Science explores the depths of the sea
46 9 Aquarist & Pondkeeper 1981 26-27 Pritchard S. The coelacanth Latimeria chalumnæ
54 12 Aquarist & Pondkeeper 1990 15-16 Alderton D. CITES and the Aquarist
24 Aquarium Journal 1953 66-68 Myers G.S. The living-fossil coelacanth fishes
114 1 Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics April 1966 184-194 Brown G.W. Jr. Studies in Comparative Biochemistry & Evolution. I., Avian Liver Arginase
154 1 Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics Januari 1973 96-105 Weber Roy E., Bol John F., Johansen K., Wood Stephen C. Physicochemical properties of the hemoglobin of the Coelacanth Latimeria Chalumnæ
163 2 Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics August 1974 728-734 Bonaventura Joseph, Gillen Robert, Riggs Austen The hemoglobin of the Crossopterygian fish Latimeria Chalumnæ Smith - Subunit structure and oxygen equilibria
44 4 Archives of Biochemistry and Physiology[B] 1973 1231-1245 Mills G.L., Taylaur C.E. Distribution and composition of serum lipoproteins in the Coelacanth Latimeria
44 2 Archives of Biochemistry and Physiology[B] February, 15 1973 357-362 Goldstein Leon, Harley-De Witt Sus., Forster R. Activities of ornithine-urea cycle enzymes and trimethylamine oxidase in the Coelacanth Latimeria Chalumnæ
13 10 Archives of Oral Biology October 1968 1289-1291 Miller William A., Hobdell M.H. Preliminary report on the histology of the dental and paradental tissues of Latimeria chalumnæ (Smith) with a note on tooth replacement
14 7 Archives of Oral Biology Juli 1969 855-858 Hobdell M.H., Miller William A. Radiographic anatomy of the teeth and tooth supporting tissues of Latimeria chalumnæ
23 12 Archives of Oral Biology December 1978 1105-1113 Schellis R.P., Poole D.F.G. The structure of the dental hard tissues of the coelacanth fish Latimeria chalumnæ Smith
24 2 Archives of Oral Biology February 1979 179-183 Smith Moya M. Scanning Electron Microscopy of odontodes in the scales of a coelacanth embryo Latimeria chalumnæ
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34 3 Archimedes 1992 56-59 Bruton Michael (Mike) N. Fishes in our seas
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# Argon Verlag (Berlin) September 1999 271pp Weinberg Samantha Der Quastenflosser [ISBN 3-87024-517-4]
80 Arkh. Anat. Gistol. Embriol. 1981 83-87 Vorobyeva E.I. Cartilage evolution in the skeleton of ancient anamnia
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# Arthaud A. & J. ed., Paris 1976 197pp Anthony Jean Opération Coelacanthe: Vivre et revivre l'aventure [ISBN 2-7003-0117-X]
8 1 Asian Diver 1999 29-32 Erdmann Arnaz M., Erdmann Mark V. Coelacanth! 400 million years and counting
16 Atti dell'Instituto Geologico Univ. Pavia 1965 72-80 Sacchi Vialli G. Immagini di vita nei fossili (in Italian)
Auckland Star (New Zealand) 1939 Loch Ness Outdone
39 Australian Journal of Zoology 1991 509-518 Joss J.M.P., Cramp N., Baverstock P.R., Johnson A.M.  A phylogenetic comparison of 18S ribosomakl RNA sequences of lungfish with those of other chordates
15 5 Australian Natural History 1966 137-140 Talbot F.H. The coelacanth, living relict of 50 million years ago
12 3 BBC-Wildlife (Journal) March, 1 1994 33- Greenwell Richard J. Prehistoric Fishing
14 1 BBC-Wildlife (Journal) January, 1 1996 18- <ANON> Discoveries: 'New' Coelacanth Find
16 11 BBC-Wildlife (Journal) November, 1 1998 48- <ANON> Discoveries: Coelacanth Surprise
17 7 BBC-Wildlife (Journal) July, 1 1999 63- <ANON> News on the Earth
Belfast News Letters Ireland) September, 24 1998 3 <ANON> Living Fossil is caught [Indonesian coelacanth]
Be-Pal Books, Tokyo 1988 254pp Suyehiro Y Gombessa (in Japanese)
# 5 1 Berkeley Magazine Summer 1999 25 <ANON> Discoveries: Coelacanth
# 27 9 Berkeleyan October 7-13 1998 3, 6 Sanders Robert In Indonesia, Biologist Discovers Second Population of Primitive Coelacanths
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Berliner Zeitung (Germany) September, 30 1998 <ANON> Lebendes Fossil in Indonesien entdeckt
Berliner Zeitung (Germany) March, 31 1999 <ANON> Eine Neue Art von Quastenflosser
Berliner Zeitung (Germany) January, 7 2000 43 <ANON> Meeresbiologie: Lebender Steinzeitfisch entdeckt
Berliner Zeitung (Germany) December, 1 2000 AFP Taucher finden lange ausgestorben geglaubte Ur-Fisch - Sechs Tiere vor Südafrikas Küste gesichtet
Berliner Zeitung (Germany) December, 2 2000 AFP Taucher finden sechs lebende Urfische
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32 Bulletin du Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris (série 2) 1960 287-289 Millot Jacques, Anthony Jean Le cloaque chez les Coelacanthes
39 53 Bulletin du Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris (série 3) 1972 533-548 Millot Jacques, Anthony Jean, Robineau Daniel État commenté des captures de Latimeria Chalumnæ Smith (Poisson, Crossoptérygien, Coelacanthidé) effectuées jusqu'au mois d'octobre 1971
2 Bulletin de Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris (Série 3, Zool. 2) 1971 41-95 Lemire Michel Étude architectonique du rhombencéphale de Latimeria chalumnæ Smith, Poisson Crossoptérygien, Coelacanthidé
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14 Bulletin of the Institute of Mathematics & Applications 1978 39-43 Hughes George M. Some features of gas transfer in fish
5 Bulletin of the South African Museum Association 1953 206-210 Smith James Leonard Brierley The two coelacanths
6 Bulletin de la Société de Science Naturelle de Tunis 1954 83-89 Arnould-Saget S. La place du coelacanthe dans l'histoire des poissons
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100 Bulletin de la Société Zoologique de France 1975 257-258 Meunier François-Jean, Francillon H., Castanet Jacques Histology of the teeth, scales and lepidotriches of the coelacanth
101 Bulletin de la Société Zoologique de France 1976 981-982 Anthony Jean, Robineau Daniel Corrélation anatomo-fonctionelles au niveau de la tête du coelacanthe, Latimeria chalumnæ
101 Bulletin de la Société Zoologique de France 1976 982 Lemire Michel Histophysiologie comparée des voies d'excrétion chez les lézards deserticoles
105 Bulletin de la Société Zoologique de France 1980 215-236 Meunier François-Jean, François Y. L'Organisation spatiale des fibres collagènes et la minéralisation des écailles des dipneuses actuels
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109 3 California Monthly December 1998 <ANON> Jurassic perch
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Cape Argus (South Africa) October, 23 1998 <ANON> New coelacanth find gets boffins excited
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218 Colloques Internationaux du C.N.R.S., Paris 1975 161-167 Castanet Jacques, Meunier François-Jean, Bergot C., François Y.  Données préliminaire sur les structures histologiques du squelette de Latimeria chalumnæ. 1 Dents, écailles, rayons des nageoires
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44 Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Series B 1972 357-362 Goldstein Leon, Harley-De Witt S., Forster R.P. Activities of ornithine-urea cycle enzymes and of trimethylamine oxidase in the coelacanth, Latimeria chalumnæ
44 Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Series B 1972 1235-1241 Mills G.L., Taylaur C.E. The distribution and composition of serum lipoproteins in the coelacanth (Latimeria)
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54 4 Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Series B 1976 557-559 Griffith Robert W., Burdich Carolyn J. Sodium-potassicum activated adenosine triphosphatase in Coelacanth tissues: high activity in rectal gland
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# 190 Comptes Rendus de l' Académie des Sciences, Paris Janvier, 6 1930 79-82 Fosse R., Brunel A., Graeve P. de Nouvelle fermentation de l'acide urique, provoquée par le foie de divers animaux
# 239 2°sem19 Comptes Rendus de l' Académie des Sciences, Paris Novembre, 8 1954 1241-1243 Millot Jacques, Anthony Jean Tubes rostraux et tubes nasaux de Latimeria (Coelacanthidé)
# 241 2°sem Comptes Rendus de l' Académie des Sciences, Paris Juillet, 4 1955 114-116 Millot Jacques, Anthony Jean Considérations physiomorphologiques sur la tête de Latimeria (Crossoptérygien Coelacanthidé)
# 241 2°sem8 Comptes Rendus de l' Académie des Sciences, Paris Août, 8 1955 576-577 Millot Jacques, Mlle. Carasso Nina Note préliminaire sur l'oeil de Latimeria Chalumnæ (Crossoptérygien Coelacanthidé)
# 242 1°sem4 Comptes Rendus de l' Académie des Sciences, Paris Janvier, 25 1956 560-561 Millot Jacques, Anthony Jean Note préliminaire sur le thymus et la glande thyroide de Latimeria chalumnæ (Crossoptérygien coelanthidé)
# 246 1°sem10 Comptes Rendus de l' Académie des Sciences, Paris Mars, 10 1958 1600-1602 Millot Jacques, Anthony Jean De l'existance chez Latimeria chalumnæ Smith (Coelacanthidæ) d'un organe régulant du courant sanguin supra-branchial
# 251 2°sem3 Comptes Rendus de l' Académie des Sciences, Paris Juillet, 18 1960 442-443 Millot Jacques, Anthony Jean Appareil génital et reproduction des Coelacanthes
# 254 1°sem11 Comptes Rendus de l' Académie des Sciences, Paris Mars, 12 1960 2067-2068 Millot Jacques, Anthony Jean Premières précisions sur l'organisation chez Latimeria chalumnæ (Poisson crossoptérygien coelacanthidé)
# 258 1°sem20 Comptes Rendus de l' Académie des Sciences, Paris Mai, 20 1964 5051-5055 Millot Jacques, Nieuwenhuys Rudolf, Anthony Jean Le  diencéphale de Latimeria chalumnæ Smith (Poisson Coelacanthidé)
# 261 2°sem1 Comptes Rendus de l' Académie des Sciences, Paris Juillet, 5 1965 223-226 Anthony Jean, Millot Jacques, Robineau Daniel Le coeur et l'aorte ventrale de Latimeria chalumnæ (Poisson coelacanthidé)
# 265 4-D Comptes Rendus de l' Académie des Sciences, Paris Juillet, 24 1967 343-346 Anthony Jean, Robineau Daniel Le cercle céphalique de Latimeria (Poisson Coelacanthidé)
# 266 4-D Comptes Rendus de l' Académie des Sciences, Paris Janvier, 22 1968 375-378 Anthony Jean, Robineau Daniel Branchies et artères branchiales de Latimeria chalumnæ
# 271 22-D Comptes Rendus de l' Académie des Sciences, Paris Novembre, 30 1970 1994-1995 Lemire Michel Étude cytoarchitectonique du rhombencéphale de Latimeria chalumnæ, Poisson Crossoptérygien, Coelacanthidé
# 272 3-D Comptes Rendus de l' Académie des Sciences, Paris Janvier, 18 1971 425-428 Lemire Michel Étude myéloarchitectonique du rhombencéphale de Latimeria chalumnæ Smith, Poisson, Crossoptérygien, Coelacanthidé
# 273 7-D Comptes Rendus de l' Académie des Sciences, Paris Août, 18 1971 689-692 Robineau Daniel, Anthony Jean Le problème de la veine cave postérieure chez Latimeria chalumnæ (poisson, crossoptérygien)
# 274 13-D Comptes Rendus de l' Académie des Sciences, Paris Mars, 27 1972 1925-1927 Anthony Jean, Millot Jacques Premier capture d'une femelle de Coelacanthe en estat de maturité sexuelle
# 275 18-D Comptes Rendus de l' Académie des Sciences, Paris Octobre, 30 1972 2085-2087 Devys Michel S., Thierry Annick, Barbier Michel, Janot Maurice-Marie Premières observations sur les lipides de l'ovocyte du Coelacanthe (Latimeria Chalumnæ)
# 276 17-D Comptes Rendus de l' Académie des Sciences, Paris Avril, 25 1973 2447-2449 Anthony Jean, Millot Jacques Variations sexuelles de l'appareil excréteur du Coelacanthe, Latimeria chalumnæ. Connexions avec l'appareil génital mâle
# 276 8-D Comptes Rendus de l' Académie des Sciences, Paris Février, 19 1973 1305-1308 Robineau Daniel, Anthony Jean Biomécanique du crâne de Latimeria chalumnæ (Poisson crossoptérygien coelacanthidé)
# 276 14-D Comptes Rendus de l' Académie des Sciences, Paris Avril, 2 1973 2171-2173 Millot Jacques, Anthony Jean La position ventrale du rein de Latimeria chalumnæ (Poisson coelacanthidé)
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9 3 Creation Ex Nihilo June-August 1987 4 <ANON> Focus: Extinction for coelacanth?
13 4 Creation Ex Nihilo Sept.-Nov. 1991 8 <ANON> Focus: New coelacanth search in Africa
15 3 Creation Ex Nihilo June-August 1993 40-44 <ANON> Coelacanth: not the missing link
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Die Beeld (South Africa) April, 27 1991 4 SAPA Genoeg geld om die selakant te soek
Die Beeld (South Africa) June, 11 1991 4 Brand Hannelise Selakant baie spesiaal
Die Beeld (South Africa) June, 5 1993 6 <ANON> Spesiale teateropvoering oor die selekant
Die Beeld (South Africa) July, 9 1993 5 <ANON> Uitgestorwe' selekant by die Comore gevang
Die Beeld (South Africa) July, 10 1994 6 <ANON> Bedreigde selekant veilig
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Die Beeld (South Africa) December, 2 2000 1 Zwecker Wolfram Ongelooflike oervis-vonds. Kameraman sterf in historiese selakant-duiktog
Die Beeld (South Africa) December, 16 2000 21 Gouws Piet Vonds laat val kollig opnuut op 'uitgestorwe' vis
Die Burger (South Africa) March, 4 1988 5 <ANON> Soektog na selakant begin weer
Die Burger (South Africa) March, 24 1988 14 <ANON> Mini-duikboot sal selakant soek
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Die Burger (South Africa) January, 9 1990 2 <ANON> Man dood wat eerste selakant gevang het
Die Burger (South Africa) March, 22 1990 5 <ANON> Navorsing oor selakant geborg
Die Burger (South Africa) April, 29 1991 3 SAPA Duiksoektogte begin gou na selakant in SA waters
Die Burger (South Africa) May, 9 1991 3 <ANON> Duikboot gebruik vir fossielvis-navorsing
Die Burger (South Africa) June, 11 1991 4 <ANON> Soektog na oervis misluk
Die Burger (South Africa) July, 6 1991 5 <ANON> Uitstalling oor vinder van selakant op Knysnafees
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Die Burger (South Africa) December, 31 1992 3 SAPA Selakant-vlug ná 40 j. met 'viswa' gedenk
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Die Burger (South Africa) July, 10 1993 8 Randall Ina Ellenbogen lag so lekker want sy kaartjies verkoop so lekker ["The Coelecanth Project" by Theatre for Africa held in Grahamstown
Die Burger (South Africa) March, 9 1995 19 Alethea Tannie Al gehoor van vis met pote?
Die Burger (South Africa) November, 16 1995 22 <ANON> Vis 'staan op uit dode'
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Die Burger (South Africa) May, 15 1997 5 <ANON> Kenner praat oor selakant se bewaring.
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Die Burger (South Africa) June, 9 2000 3 Sauer Debbie Selekant-ontdekker in OL getrakteer
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Die Burger (South Africa) December, 2 2000 3 <ANON> Duikers ontdek lewende selakante aan Natalse Kust
Die Burger (South Africa) December, 2 2000 3 <ANON> Duiker sterf nadat hy lewende selakante vind
Die Burger (South Africa) December, 2 2000 3 <ANON> Oervisse duik op:--
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Die Volksblad (South Africa) December, 2 2000 1 <ANON> Duiker se dood temper vonds van oervisse
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Die Welt (Germany) Juni, 27 1997 Glaubrecht Matthias Wie Amphibien einst ans Land gingen
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Die Welt (Germany) Oktober, 16 1999 Kegel Bernhard Totgeglaubte leben länger: Samantha Weinberg fischt erfolgreich nach dem Quastenflosser
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# 33 4 Environmental  Biology of Fishes April 1992 413-417 Bruton Michael (Mike) N., Pote Jean Coelacanth Conservation Council, CCC newsletter nr 3
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5 Environmental  Biology of Fishes 1985 280pp Balon Eugene K. Early Life Histories of Fishes: new developmental, ecological and evolutionary perspectives.
6 Environmental  Biology of Fishes 1981 377-389 Balon Eugene K. Additions and amendments to the classification of reproductive styles in fishes
7 Environmental  Biology of Fishes 1982 193-197 Balon Eugene K. About the courtship rituals in fishes, but also about a false sense of security given by classification schemes, comprehensive reviews and committee decisions
16 Environmental  Biology of Fishes 1986 11-24 Balon Eugene K. Types of feeding in the ontogeny of fishes and the life-history model
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# 32 Environmental  Biology of Fishes 1991 183-192 Schultze Hans-Peter CT scan reconstruction of the palate region of Latimeria chalumnæ
# 32 Environmental  Biology of Fishes 1991 193-198 Setter Ann L., Brown George W. Jr. Enzymes of the coelacanth Latimeria chalumnæ evidenced by starch gel electrophoresis
# 32 Environmental  Biology of Fishes 1991 199-218 Griffith Robert W. Guppies, toadfish, lungfish, coelacanths and frogs, a scenario for the evolution of urea retention in fishes
# 32 Environmental  Biology of Fishes 1991 219-222 Magnum Charlotte P. Urea and chloride sensitivities of coelacanth hemoglobin
# 32 Environmental  Biology of Fishes 1991 225-248 Wourms John P., Atz James W., Stribling M. Dean Viviparity and the maternal-embryonic relationship in the coelacanth Latimeria chalumnæ
# 32 Environmental  Biology of Fishes 1991 249-265 Balon Eugene K. Probable evolution of the coelacanth's reproductive style: lecithotrophy and orally feeding embryos in cichlid fishes and in Latimeria chalumnæ
# 32 Environmental  Biology of Fishes 1991 267-273 Uyeno Teruya Observations on locomotion and feeding of released coelacanths, Latimeria chalumnæ
# 32 Environmental  Biology of Fishes 1991 275-279 Uyeno Teruya, Tsutsumi Toshio Stomach contents of Latimeria chalumnæ and further notes on its feeding habits
# 32 Environmental  Biology of Fishes 1991 281-283 Thoney Dennis A., Hargis William J. Jr. Juvenile anisakine parasites from the coelacanth Latimeria chalumnæ
# 32 Environmental  Biology of Fishes 1991 287-300 Fricke Hans W., Hissmann Karen, Schauer Jürgen, Reinicke Olaf, Kasang Lutz, Plante Raphael Habitat and population size of the coelacanth Latimeria chalumnæ at Grande Comoro
# 32 Environmental  Biology of Fishes 1991 301-311 Bruton Michael (Mike) N., Armstrong Michael J. The demography of the coelacanth Latimeria chalumnæ
# 32 Environmental  Biology of Fishes 1991 313-339 Bruton Michael (Mike) N., Stobbs Robin E. The ecology and conservation of the coelacanth Latimeria chalumnæ
# 32 Environmental  Biology of Fishes 1991 341-359 Stobbs Robin E., Bruton Michael (Mike) N. The fishery of the Comoros, with comments on its possible impact on coelacanth survival
# 32 Environmental  Biology of Fishes 1991 361-367 Hale Robert C., Greeves John, Gundersen Jennifer L., Mothershead II Robert F. Occurence of organochlorine contaminants in tissues of the coelacanth Latimeria chalumnae
# 32 Environmental  Biology of Fishes 1991 371-390 Bruton Michael (Mike) N., Coutouvidis Sheila E. An inventory of all known specimens of the coelacanth Latimeria chalumnæ, with comments on trends in the catches
# 32 Environmental  Biology of Fishes 1991 391-401 Forey Peter L., Cloutier Richard Literature relating to fossil coelacanths
# 32 Environmental  Biology of Fishes 1991 403-433 Bruton Michael (Mike) N., Coutouvidis Sheila E., Pote Jean Bibliography of the living coelacanth Latimeria chalumnæ, with comments on publication trends
# 33 4 Environmental  Biology of Fishes April 1992 413 Bruton Michael (Mike) N. New Coelacanth Books
# 33 4 Environmental  Biology of Fishes April 1992 413-414 Bruton Michael (Mike) N. Labelling Coelacanth Specimens
# 33 4 Environmental  Biology of Fishes April 1992 414 Bruton Michael (Mike) N. Coelacanth Bibliography
# 33 4 Environmental  Biology of Fishes April 1992 414 Bruton Michael (Mike) N. Coelacanth Search Off South Africa
# 33 4 Environmental  Biology of Fishes April 1992 414-415 Bruton Michael (Mike) N. Coelacanth Conservation
# 33 4 Environmental  Biology of Fishes April 1992 415 Bruton Michael (Mike) N. Coelacanth Dissections
# 33 4 Environmental  Biology of Fishes April 1992 415 Bruton Michael (Mike) N. Addition to Coelacanth Inventory
# 33 4 Environmental  Biology of Fishes April 1992 415-417 Bruton Michael (Mike) N., Pote Jean Additions to the Bibliography of Latimeria Chalumnæ: I
33 4 Environmental  Biology of Fishes 1992 419-425 Hamlin J.F. Can Coelacanths Be Caught on Demand - (With a Brief History of the Explorers Club Coelacanth Project)
34 4 Environmental  Biology of Fishes August 1992 329-356 Fricke Hans W., Hissmann Karen Locomotion, fin coordination and body form of the living coelacanth Latimeria chalumnæ
# 36 4 Environmental  Biology of Fishes April 1993 395-406 Bruton Michael (Mike) N., Pote Jean Coelacanth Conservation Council, CCC newsletter nr 4
# 36 4 Environmental  Biology of Fishes April 1993 395-398 Bruton Michael (Mike) N. Exciting New Coelacanth Discoveries
# 36 4 Environmental  Biology of Fishes April 1993 398-405 Bruton Michael (Mike) N. Additions and Corrections to the Inventory of Latimeria Chalumnæ: II
# 36 4 Environmental  Biology of Fishes April 1993 405-406 Bruton Michael (Mike) N., Pote Jean Additions to the Bibliography of Latimeria Chalumnæ: II
36 4 Environmental  Biology of Fishes April 1993 407-414 Gordon M.S. The International Program of Research on Latimeria in the 1960's
36 4 Environmental  Biology of Fishes April 1993 415- Livingstone D. Further coelacanth poetry
38 4 Environmental  Biology of Fishes 1993 411-413 Anderson S.C. Larval Anisakis Sp (Ascaridoidea, Anisakidæ) from the Coelacanth, Latimeria Chalumnæ
# 38 5 Environmental  Biology of Fishes December 1993 399-410 Bruton Michael (Mike) N., Pote Jean Coelacanth Conservation Council, CCC newsletter nr 5
# 38 5 Environmental  Biology of Fishes December 1993 399-400 Bruton Michael (Mike) N. News from the CCC-Secretariat
# 38 5 Environmental  Biology of Fishes December 1993 400-401 Bruton Michael (Mike) N. Alterations and Additions to the Coelacanth Inventory: III.
# 38 5 Environmental  Biology of Fishes December 1993 402 Bruton Michael (Mike) N., Pote Jean Additions to the Bibliography of Latimeria Chalumnæ: III
# 38 5 Environmental  Biology of Fishes December 1993 403 Pote Jean A Coelacanth memory
# 38 5 Environmental  Biology of Fishes December 1993 403-406 Stobbs Robin E. Famous Among the Famous - the S.A.A.F.'s "Flying Fishcart", The 1952 Coelacanth Flight
# 38 5 Environmental  Biology of Fishes December 1993 406-408 Greenwood P. Humphry Fetal Anatomy of the Coelacanth and the Theory of Oophagy
# 38 5 Environmental  Biology of Fishes December 1993 408-410 Tietz R.M. (Nancy) True-to-Life Taxidermy and the Coelacanth
40 4 Environmental  Biology of Fishes August 1994 390 Clark E. Fish Imagery in Art-67 - Anitas Coelacanth in Shells
42 3 Environmental  Biology of Fishes March 1995 252 Bruton Michael (Mike) Fish imagery in Art-67 - linecut of coelacanths and humans by Hylton Mann
43 1 Environmental  Biology of Fishes 1995 104 Bruton Michael (Mike) Threatened fishes of the world: Latimeria chalumnae Smith, 1939 (Latimeriidae)
50 1 Environmental  Biology of Fishes Januari 1997 1-12 Berra Tim M. Some 20th. century fish discoveries
54 4 Environmental  Biology of Fishes April 1999 439-443 Erdmann Mark V. An account of the first living coelacanth known to scientists from Indonesian waters
54 4 Environmental  Biology of Fishes April 1999 445-451 Erdmann Mark V., Caldwell Roy,  Jewett Susan L., Tjakrawidjaja Agus The second recorded living coelacanth from North-Sulawesi
54 4 Environmental  Biology of Fishes April 1999 453-456 Springer Victor G. Are the Indonesian and Western Indian Ocean coelacanths conspefic: a prediction
54 4 Environmental  Biology of Fishes April 1999 457-470 <ANON> Coelacanth Conservation Council = Conseil pour la Conservation du Coelacanthe
58 1 Environmental  Biology of Fishes May 2000 45-52 Froese Rainer, Palomares Maria-Lourdes Growth, natural mortality, length-weight relationship, maximum length and length-at-first-maturity of the coelacanth Latimeria chalumnae
# 13 7/8 EOS July/August 1996 94 Pitzer Bill, Earle Holland Haalt de Coelacanth het?
73 Época (Brasil) October, 11 1999 Gigliotti Marcelo Descoberte fóssil de celacanto no Ceará: fóssil achado no Ceará pode desvendar a reprodução de peixi pré-histórico
# Ernest Benn, London 1975 467pp Norman J.R. A history of fishes. 3rd edition, revised by P.H. Greenwood
108 2 European Journal of Biochemistry Juli 1980 599-612 Artavanis-Tsakonas S., Harris J.I. Primary structure of triosephate isomerase from Bacillus stearothermophilus
23 5 European Journal of Immunogenetics October 1996 371-381 van Erp S.H. et. al. Evidence for multiple distinct major histocompatiblity complex class I lineages in teleosean fish
Evening Post, Weekend Magazine January, 4 1964 1, 7 Parker E. East London nearly spurned an amazing event
6 1 Evolution 1952 101-111 Schaeffer Bobb Rates of evolution in the coelacanth and dipnoan fishes
39 Evolution 1985 783-791 Felsenstein J. Confidence limits on phylogenies: an approach using the bootstrap
4 Excellence 1988 44-45 <ANON> The perfume isles and old four legs
Excerpta Medica, Amsterdam 1989 Fernholm B., Bremer K., Jornvall H. (ed) The Hierarchy of Life. Molecules and Morphology in Phylogenetic Analysis
Excerpta Medica, Amsterdam 1989 355-367 Hillis David M., Dixon Michael T. Vertebrate phylogeny: evidence from 285 ribosomal DNA sequences in: "The Hierarchy of Life. Molecules and Morphology in Phylogenetic Analysis"
5 6 Exotic Zoology Nov. /Dec. 1998 1-3 Bille Matthew A. Rediscoveries: the coelacanth revisited
88 2 Experimental Cell Research October 1974 263-272 Cimino M.C., Bahr G.F. Nuclear DNA content and chromatin ultrastructure of the Coelacanth Latimeria Chalumnæ
16 5 Experimental Eye Research August, 24 1973 389-395 Cole D.F. Intraocular fluid composition in the Coelacanth Latimeria Chalumnæ
# 28 10 Experientia October, 15 1972 1247 Hughes George M., Itazawa Y. The effect of temperature on the respiratory function of coelacanth blood
# 28 11 Experientia November, 13 1972 1301-1302 Hughes George M. Gills of a Living Coelacanth, Latimeria Chalumnæ
71 Expert 1986 6-10 Ogiso T. Island of the coelacanth (in Japanese)
66 Explorers Journal (The) 1988 126-129 Schraft J.W. Quest for the coelacanth
68 Explorers Journal (The) 1990 117-123 Greenwell J.R. The lady and the coelacanth: remembering the zoological discovery of the century
Expressions (Réunion) Novembre, 3 1993 5-10 Guébourg Jean-Louis Le coelacanthe, la fin d'un mythe?
16 Faro De Vigo (Spain) November, 4 1998 <ANON> Mar y Pesca: Revive un pez "extinguido"
81 Fauna Flora (Stockholm) 1986 215-222 Bjerring H.G. The electrosensitive organ of Latimeria Chalumnæ (in Swedish)
78 Fauna Flore (Stockholm) 1983 243-246 Hilldén N.-O. The coelacanth Latimeria chalumnæ (in Swedish)
28 1 Féd. Europ. Biochem. Soc. Letters November, 15 1972 16-18 Chauvet Jean Pierre, Acher Roger Isolation of the Coelacanth Latimeria Chalumnæ
153 Federation of the American Society for Experimental Biology 1971 Altland P.D. Respiration and Circulation
9 Field & Tide January 1967 8-11 Bell Shirley Coelacanths a century ago?
Film Comoros Centre Plongée Gombessa Géraud Jean Louis (filmed) ... Living Coelacanth ...
Film BBC-cameraman 1977 Scoones Peter Filmed a dying coelacanth
Film FWU-Institut für Film und Bild Film 3210145 1991 Fricke Hans W., Hissmann Karen Die Entdeckung des Quastenflossers [16mm Film - 16 min. Deutsch] (FWU - Gleiselgasteig 1 München Sektion Biologie)
Film FWU-Institut für Film und Bild Film 3210146 1992 Fricke Hans W. Die Biologie des Quastenflossers (FWU - Gleiselgasteig 1 München Sektion Biologie)
# Film Germany (ZDF Natur) Video 1988 Fricke Hans W. (filmed & produced by) Quastenflosser - Lebendes Fossil im Indischen Ozean
Film Video 1958 Arnold Jack (director) Monster on the campus (77 min.) Sci-Fi [A college biology instructor is given the carcass of a "living fossil' coelacanth fish to study…]
# Film South Africa Video Vincent Mike (filmed & produced by) The Story of the Coelacanth
Film: BBC Wildlife 1994 Greenwell R.J. Animal Enigmas - Prehistoric Fishing
Film: Encycl. Cinematogr. Göttingen Film E 151 1962 Wickler W. [...]
# Film: VPRO (the Netherlands) Video 1999 The Story of the Coelacanth in: Noorderlicht 07/03/1999
# Film: Third Wave Media Inc. (Greenwich, CT - US) Video 1999 Fish out of time - a quest for the coelacanth [Available from http://www.dinofish.com]
Film: ZDF-Natur 1993 Fricke Hans W. Quastenflosser - der Fisch der aus der Tiefe kam
Film: ZDF-Wunderbare Welt January, 9 2001 Fricke Hans W. Die Urfischjäger [Jago-team on the search for the Indonesian coelacanth]
Financial Mail (South Africa) October, 15 1999 Ryan Brendan Still alive and kicking. Book review: A fish caught in time by S. Weinberg
Financial Mail (South Africa) February, 18 2000 Furlonger David Old Fourlegs get a head: Coelacanth Brewery
Fireside/Simon & Schuster (New York) August 1999 66-68 Coleman Loren, Clark Jerome Coelacanths in: "Cryptozoology A to Z" Firestone Paperbacks 272pp. [ISBN 0-684-85602-6]
Fireside/Simon & Schuster (New York) August 1999 116-119 Coleman Loren, Clark Jerome Indonesian Coelacanths in: "Cryptozoology A to Z" Firestone Paperbacks 272pp. [ISBN 0-684-85602-6]
32 Fish Culturist 1952 1-3 Nichols H.A. Latimeria the 'living fossil'
32 Fish Culturist 1953 49-56 Nichols H.A. The second coelacanth
32 Fish Culturist 1954 49-51 Nichols H.A. The third coelacanth
34 Fish Culturist 1955 58 Nichols H.A. First female coelacanth caught
39 7 Fish Culturist 1960 51 <ANON> Extinct Deep Sea Fish Caught near Madagascar
Fischer Taschenbuch Verlag VLG, Frankfurt June 2001 Weinberg Samantha A fish caught in time: the search for the coelacanth  - Paperback [ISBN 3-596-15089-2]
# Flying Springbok July 1983 45-49 Bell Shirley The coelacanth: a South African scientific adventure
# Flying Springbok June 1984 81-85 Bell Shirley South African Sea Serpents
# Flying Springbok December 1985 15-33 Merwe C. van der The Sea of Zanj
Flying Springbok July/August 1988 Merwe C. van der The ultimate survivor
10 1 Folia Histochemica et Cytochemica (Krakow) 1972 11-18 Grodzinski Z. The Yolk of Latimeria chalumnæ
4 Forschung-Mitteilungen der DFG 1988 20-22 Fritzsch B. Die Anfange des Hörens liegen im Wasser
3 Forskning & Framsteg 1989 409 Otterstal K. Re-evaluation of tasselfin (coelacanth)! (in Swedish)
2 Fortean Studies 1995 153-165 Raynal Michel and Mangiacopra Gary Out-of-place Coelacanths
117 Fortean Times December 1998 46 Coleman Loren Living fossils return
42 Fortschr. Ber. VDI(Z) (Reihe 12) 1982 192pp Voß Werner Enerigeumwandlung durch Flossenantriebe - Eine experimentelle Untersuchung von technischen Flossen
# Fourth Estate Ltd. (London) August 1999 240pp Weinberg Samantha A fish caught in time: the search for the coelacanth [ISBN 1-85702-906-2] - Paperback [ISBN 1-85702-907-0]
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (Germany) January, 20 1993 <ANON> Urahn mit rätselhafter Jugend
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (Germany) May, 18 1994 <ANON> Auf Händen und Füßen durch die Zeit
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (Germany) June, 29 1994 <ANON> Auf den Spuren eines lebenden Fossils
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (Germany) March, 29 1995 <ANON> Lebendes Fossil in Bedrängnis
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (Germany) May, 25 1995 <ANON> An den Wurzeln der Vierbeiner
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (Germany) May, 18 1997 <ANON> Laufen auf vier Flossen
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (Germany) October, 14 1998 <ANON> Meereskönig mit größerem Reich
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (Germany) October, 12 1999 Harms Klaus Verdient das so ein Fisch, frage ich euch: Mit dem Quastenflosser rauten die Eingeborenen ihre Fahrradschläuche auf…
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (Germany) November, 24 1999 <ANON> Doch zwei Arten von Quastenflosser?
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (Germany) March, 26 2000 <ANON> Prähistorische Lebewesen (1): Orang-Pendek oder der "kleine Mensch" von Sumatra / Quastenflosser und Riesenkrake
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (Germany) April, 26 2000 <ANON> Lebende Zeugen der Vergangenheit
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (Germany) July, 26 2000 N1 Markl Hubert Lug und Trug
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (Germany) September, 16 2000 <ANON> Museumsstück: Was hat er, was andere nicht haben? Der Quastenflosser ebnete den Weg aus dem Wasser ans Land
246 Frankfurter Rundschau (Germany) October, 23 1989 23 Frey M. Zeitgenosse der Vergangenheit
Freeman, San Francisco 1962 254 Humaston G.L. Animal Tissue Techniques
Freeman, San Francisco 1977 262-313 Dobzhansky T., Ayala F.J., Stebbins G.L., Valentine J.W. Evolution
Freeman, San Francisco 1979 Stanley S.M. Macroevolution: Pattern and Process
Freeman, W.H., London 1991 224pp Ward Peter Douglas (ed.) On Methuselah's trail. Living fossils and the great extinctions. ISBN 0-7167-2488-X [Paper Text] or ISBN 0-7167-2203-8 [Cloth Text]
Friends of Fishes Newsletter August 1991 2-3 Atz James W. Mama coelacanth at the A.M.N.H.: a happy concatenation of circumstances
17 Frontiers (Philadelphia) 1952 99-103 Bock Wilhelm Secrets of the coelacanths
Gaade W. (Den Haag) 1961 362-364 Herald Earl S. Actinistia in: "De wereld der dieren - vissen" (Ned. Vertaling van: Living Fishes of the World)
15 Gazelle 1987 1-7 Khalaf N.-A.B. The coelacanth, Latimeria chalumnæ, in the Science and Natural History Museum, State of Kuwait
11 3 General and  Comparative Endocrinology December 1968 535-538 Acher R., Chauvet J., Chauvet M.T.,Crepy D Molecular evolution of neurohypophysial hormones: comparison of active principles of the bony fishes
18 1 General and  Comparative Endocrinology February 1972 73-82 Lagios Michael D. Evidence for a hypothalamo-hypophysial portal vascular system in the coelacanth Latimeria chalumnæ Smith
22 3 General and  Comparative Endocrinology March 1974 296-307 Lagios Michael D. Granular epithelioid (juxtaglomerular) cell and renovascular morphology of the coelacanth Latimeria chalumnæ Smith (Crossopterygii) compared with that of other fishes
25 2 General and  Comparative Endocrinology February 1975 126-146 Lagios Michael D. The pituitary gland of the coelacanth Latimeria chalumnæ Smith
27 3 General and  Comparative Endocrinology November 1975 320-349 Epple A., Brinn J.E. Islet histophysiology evolutionary correlations
29 General and  Comparative Endocrinology 1976 264 Van Kemenade J.A.M. Anatomy and cytology of the pituitary gland of the coelacanth fish Latimeria chalumnæ Smith
30 2 General and  Comparative Endocrinology October 1976 142-155 Chavin W. The Thyroid of the sarcopterygian fishes (Dipnoi and Crossopterygii) and the origin of the tetrapod thyroid
32 2 General and  Comparative Endocrinology June 1977 221-229 Hayashida Tetsuo Immunochemical and biological studies with growth hormone in a pituitary extract of the Coelacanth Latimeria Chalumnæ Smith
37 3 General and  Comparative Endocrinology March 1979 404-406 Lagios Michael D., Stasko-Concannon S. Presumptive interrenal tissue (adrenocortical homolog)  of the coelacanth Latimeria chalumnæ
40 General and  Comparative Endocrinology 1980 308-309 Van Ordt P.G.W.J. A typology of the gnathostome adenohypophysis with some emphasis on its gonadotropic function
41 3 General and  Comparative Endocrinology July 1980 287-295 Truscott B. Corticosteroids of the Coelacanth Latimeria Chalumnæ Smith: a provisional study on their identity
107 3 General and  Comparative Endocrinology September 1997 421-427 Conlon J. Michael, Platz James E., Nielsen Per F., Vaudry Hubert, Vallarine Mauro Among the extant Sarcopterygii, the interrelationship between the Dipnoi (lungfishes), Actinistia (coelacanths), and Tetrpoda (tetrapods) is controversial.
146 3 Genetics July 1997 995-1010 Zardoya Raphael, Meyer Axel The complete DNA sequence of the mitochondral genome of a "living fossil", the coelacanth (Latimeria chalumnæ)
# 10 GEO (Germany) October 1987 14-34 Fricke Hans W. and Schauer J. Im Reich der lebenden Fossilien
# 9 GEO (Germany) September 1990 58-70 Fricke Hans W. and Schauer J. Das Geheimnis der Höhlen von Grande Comore
6 GEO (Germany) Juni 1999 173 <ANON> Gebrüder Quastenflosser
# 12 GEO (Germany) December 2000 160-179 Torno Andrea Jagd auf eine Legende
  10 GEO SAISON (Gemany) 1995 128-139 Komoren - Blau, weiss, schwartz
1 GEO SAISON (Gemany) February 1995 48-49 Quastenflosser (Indischer Ozean)
# 24 GEO SAISON (Gemany) September 1999 102-109 Lieckfeld Claus-Peter Portrait: Der geborene Aquanaut (Hans Fricke)
# 116 GEO (France) Octobre 1988 56-75 Fricke Hans W. J'ai rencontré le fossile vivant
11 6 Géobios Lyon 1978 819-833 Janvier Philippe, Martin M. Les vertébrés dévoniens de l'Iran Central. 1. Dipneustes
12 4 Géobios Lyon 1979 497-511 Janvier Philippe, Martin M. Les vertébrés dévoniens de l'Iran Central. 2. Coelacanthiformes, Struniiformes, Osteolepiformes
17 2 Géobios Lyon 1984 237-244 Lund R., Lund W.L. New genera and species of coelacanths from the Bear Gulch Limestone (Lower Carboniferous) of Montana (U.S.A.)
72 Geological Magazine 1935 213-227 Moy-Thomas The coelacanth fishes from Madagascar
72 Geological Magazine 1935 446-457 Moy-Thomas J.A., Westoll T. Stuart On the Permian coelacanth, Coelacanthus granulatus Agassis
74 Geological Magazine 1937 286 White Errol Ivor, Moy-Thomas J.A. The coelacanth genus Graphirius Kner
3 7 Geological Magazine London 1891 159-161 Davis J.W. On Coelacanthus phillipsii Agassiz
Geological Society of London Symp. 1967 Harland W.B., Holland C. et. al. The Fossil record: A symposium with documentation
Geological Society of London Symp. 1967 637-683 Andrews S.M., Gardiner B.G., Miles R.S., Patterson C. Pisces in: "The Fossil record: A symposium with documentation"
50 Geologischen Reichsanstalt Wien 1900 187-192 Reis O.M. Coelacanthus lunzensis Teller (Jahrbuch der Kaiserlich-Königlichen Geologischen Reichsanstalt)
22 6 Geology (Geol. Soc. Amer. inc.) June 1994 503-507 Schwimmer David L., Stewart J.D., Williams G. Dent Giant Fossil Coelacanths of the Late Cretaceous in Eastern United States
11 2 Geology Today March, 1 1995 54- <ANON> Coelacanth's missing link
3 12 George December, 1 1998 72- Courtenay-Latimer Marjorie Eyewitness: The One That Got Away
2 GEOS (Caracas) 1959 32-34 Bolivary y Pieltain C. Los coelacantos estudiados como animales actuales aportación valiosa a su conocimiento
26 German Research Service 1987 7-8 Langen R.B. Visiting ancestor's cousin in a submarine. Crossopterygians filmed for the first time, deep-sea expedition by night (in German)
Getaway Magazine October 1989 8-13,15 Snyman L., Miros V. Comores: the perfume isles
Getaway Magazine May 1990 97 Appeal for Coelacanth funds
Getaway Magazine February 1991 82 World famous scientist to search for the coelacanth
Getaway Magazine April 1992 17 Pregnant coelacanth netted off Maputo
Getaway Magazine May 1992 130 Nature reserve at Knysna Lagoon
Getaway Magazine July 1996 30 Grahamstown between festivals
Getaway Magazine December 2000 Coelacanths discovered off coast of Greater St Lucia Wetland Park
# 20 1 Gibbons Stamp Monthly June 1989 33 Thornton David A. Letter from South Africa. David Thornton tells a fishy story
Gower Technical Press Ltd., London 1984 144pp Newitt M. The Comoro Islands. Struggle against dependency in the Indian Ocean
32 8 Grapevine, American Museum of Natural History 1975 3 <ANON> Scientific Discovery Made in Ichthyology
34 4 Grapevine, American Museum of Natural History 1977 1-2 <ANON> Our ovovivipare had found a friend
Greensboro News & Record September, 29 1998 <ANON> Living fossil discovered in Indonesia. A coelacanth, a fish thought to be extinct but reclassified as living fossil in 1938, is caught off the Indonesian coast
Grocotts Mail September, 11 1987 7 Bruton Michael (Mike) N. Tribute to Professor Margaret Smith
Grocotts Mail January, 10 1989 8 Bruton Michael (Mike) N. Sensational discovery - 50 years ago
121 51/52 Groene Amsterdammer (de) (Netherlands) December, 17 1997 Niemöller Joost Het grote uitsterven: Het dier ontglipt ons (Indonesian coelacanth)
Grondboor & Hamer (Nederlandse Geologische Vereniging) 1953 266 <ANON> Coelacanthus
Grondboor & Hamer (Nederlandse Geologische Vereniging) 1987 51 <ANON> Coelacanth in zijn leefomgeving
Groth AG, Unterägeri (Switserland) 2000 6pp Kappeler Markus Quastenflosser (WWF-Stamp-Album-Pages: The Coelacanth (Comores)) [Exists in different languages German, Dutch, English, French ...]
1 Guelph Ichthyological Review 1990 1-42 Balon Eugene K. Epigenesis of an epigeneticist: the development of some alternative concepts on the early ontogeny and evolution of fishes
Günther Verlag, Stuttgart 1957 253pp Smith James Leonard Brierley Vergangenheit steigt aus dem Meer
# Gustaf Fischer Verlag, Stuttgart 1968 125pp Wahlert Gerd von Latimeria und die Geschichte der Wirbeltiere. Eine evolutionsbiologie Untersuchung. (Fortschritte der evolutionsforschung Band IV)
Gustaf Fischer Verlag, Stuttgart 1996 125pp Wahlert Gerd von Latimeria und die Geschichte der Wirbeltiere. Eine evolutionsbiologie Untersuchung. (Fortschritte der evolutionsforschung Band IV)
Gustaf Fischer, Jena 2nd edn. 1985 194-443 Müller A.H. Lehrbuch der Paläozoologie
Gustaf Fischer, Jena 10 Vols. 1912 Korschelt E. Prof. Dr. (Zoologie) Handwörterbuch der Naturwissenschaften
# 3 Gustaf Fischer, Jena 1913 1055-1107 Rauther M. Fische (Pisces) in: "Handwörterbuch der Naturwissenschaften"
# 3 Gustaf Fischer, Jena 1913 1107-1147 Pompeckj J.F. Fische (Paläontologie) in: "Handwörterbuch der Naturwissenschaften"
# Haagse Courant (Netherlands) April, 3 1999 5 Ottens Jan Het onderzoek: Indonesische vis blijkt nieuwe soort
16 Handl. Kungl. Svenska Vetenskaps Akad. 3e series 1937 1-56 Stensiö E.A. On the devonian Coelacanthids of Germany with special reference to the dermal skeleton
4 2 Handl. Kungl. Svenska Vetenskaps Akad. 1952 1-201 Lehmann J.-P. Étude complementaire des poissons de l'eotrias de Madagascar
# Harper Collins, New York April, 3 2000 216pp Weinberg Samantha A fish caught in time; The search for the coelacanth [ISBN 0-06-019495-2] Uncorrected Bound Proof
91 3 Harvard Magazine 1989 36-42 Hall M. The survivor: fifty years in the modern life of an ancient fish
# Harvester Press, England 1979 165pp Brackenbury Rosalind The coelacanth [ISBN 0-85527-933-8]
# Henry Holt & Co, New York 1956 260pp Smith James Leonard Brierley The Search Beneath the Sea. The story of the coelacanth
# 109 234 Het Laatste Nieuws (Belgium) 5/6 oktober 1996 2* P.C. De vis die al 70 miljoen jaar dood was. (*) Artikel in bijlage "Weekend Magazine", extra editie pagina 2
Het Parool (Netherlands) December, 24 1994 31 Van Maanen Hans Binnenkort in uw tuin: een prehistorische kerstboom (Artikel waarin kort de coelacanth wordt genoemd)
Het Parool (Netherlands) September, 11 1997 13 <ANON> Niet Coelacanth maar longvis
Het Parool (Netherlands) September, 24 1998 45 Coelacanthen op de markt in Indonesië
Het Parool (Netherlands) Oktober, 10 1998 33 Raviez Steye Verbeten jacht op verdwenen dier
Het Parool (Netherlands) Maart, 6 1999 31 <ANON> Vandaag en morgen (artikel over coelacanth)
Het Parool (Netherlands) April, 3 1999 31 Koenen Mark Heibel om nieuwe naam voor oude Coelacanth
Het Parool (Netherlands) September, 2 1999 4 Koenen Mark Van oude vissen: de mensen die voorbijgaan
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4 Ichthos (Newsletter) 1983 12 Heemstra Phil C. More about the coelacanth
8 Ichthos (Newsletter) March 1985 17 Bruton Michael (Mike) N. The silver Coelacanth
13 Ichthos (Newsletter) 1987 1 Bruton Michael (Mike) N. Is the coelacanth endangered?
14 Ichthos (Newsletter) 1987 6 Bruton Michael (Mike) N. A second East London coelacanth
15 Ichthos (Newsletter) 1987 6 Bruton Michael (Mike) N. Observations on the living coelacanth
# 17 Ichthos (Newsletter) special edition 2 1988 1-20 Bruton Michael (Mike) N. The coelacanth Jubilee
# 17 Ichthos (Newsletter) special edition 2 1988 1-2 Bruton Michael (Mike) N. What is the significance of the coelacanth?
# 17 Ichthos (Newsletter) special edition 2 1988 3 Smith William M. William Smith remembers
# 17 Ichthos (Newsletter) special edition 2 1988 3-4 Bruton Michael (Mike) N. Coelacanth Conservation Council
# 17 Ichthos (Newsletter) special edition 2 1988 5-6 Greenwood P. Humphry The 'sixpenny coelacanth', and some notes on Latimeria in a social context
# 17 Ichthos (Newsletter) special edition 2 1988 8-9 Vincent Mike The filming of the story of the coelacanth
# 17 Ichthos (Newsletter) special edition 2 1988 12-13 Tietz R.M. (Nancy) Saving the first coelacanth
# 17 Ichthos (Newsletter) special edition 2 1988 13-14 Bruton Carolynn J. Famous living fossils
# 17 Ichthos (Newsletter) special edition 2 1988 15 Bruton Michael (Mike) N. Comores - home of the coelacanth
# 17 Ichthos (Newsletter) special edition 2 1988 16-17 Goosen Hendrik P. Captain Goosen's story: the trip I caught the coelacanth
# 17 Ichthos (Newsletter) special edition 2 1988 17 Bruton Michael (Mike) N. A captive coelacanth?
# 17 Ichthos (Newsletter) special edition 2 1988 18 Pote Jean 'Old fourlegs' - the story of the coelacanth (the book that knew no barriers)
# 17 Ichthos (Newsletter) special edition 2 1988 18-19 Stobbs Robin E. Coelacanth mythology
# 17 Ichthos (Newsletter) special edition 2 1988 19 Bruton Michael (Mike) N. The coelacanth stamps
18 Ichthos (Newsletter) 1988 1-2 Bruton Michael (Mike) N. The Coelacanth jubilee
23 Ichthos (Newsletter) 1989 25 Bruton Michael (Mike) N. Is there a Madagascar coelacanth?
24 Ichthos (Newsletter) 1989 4 Bruton Michael (Mike) N. Coelacanth and CITES
26 Ichthos (Newsletter) July 1990 10-11 Stobbs Robin E. The Comoro Islands' traditional artisanal fishery - can it recover?
30 Ichthos (Newsletter) 1991 1-2 Bruton Michael (Mike) N. The meaning of the Yago expedition
# 33 Ichthos (Newsletter) March 1992 1-3 Bruton Michael (Mike) N. The mingled destinies of coelacanths and men (editoral)
# 33 Ichthos (Newsletter) March 1992 10 Rabie A. The Coelacanth Award and the Fish River Canoe Marathon
34 Ichthos (Newsletter) 1992 1-2 Heemstra Phil C. Conservation in the Comoros
35 Ichthos (Newsletter) 1992 1-8 Baxter M.P., Baxter M. The coelacanth
Ichthos (Newsletter) September 1992 8pp Bruton Michael (Mike) N. The coelacanth
38 Ichthos (Newsletter) 1993 4-6 Stobbs Robin E. The story of an incredible bird and an equally incredible fish: the Dakota and the coelacanth
42 Ichthos (Newsletter) June 1994 17-18 Smith R.B. Some thoughts on the late Prof. J.L.B. Smith as an angler
42 Ichthos (Newsletter) June 1994 20 Bruton Michael (Mike) N. Coelacanth in display at the (Knysna) Angling Museum
47 Ichthos (Newsletter) December 1995 15-17 Stobbs Robin E. The "Island Ventures" coelacanth display
# 48 Ichthos (Newsletter) March 1996 3-4 Stobbs Robin E. Eric Ernest Hunt - The Aquarist
# 48 Ichthos (Newsletter) March 1996 6-7 Rivett Douglas JLB Smith, the Chemist, as I know him
49 Ichthos (Newsletter) June 1996 17-20 Stobbs Robin E. Hiariako - The broken thread
50 Ichthos (Newsletter) September 1996 3-6 Stobbs Robin E. The changing face of Latimeria - and more mythology?
# 54 Ichthos (Newsletter) September 1997 24pp Pote Jean, Ryan Audrey, Gon Ofer et.al. Commemorative edition JLB Smith
# 59 Ichthos (Newsletter) December 1998 3 Fargher Lee-Ann 60th Anniversary Coelacanth Milestone
# 59 Ichthos (Newsletter) December 1998 5 Peacock Glynn The Coelacanth: Philatelically Speaking
# 59 Ichthos (Newsletter) December 1998 7-8 Jewett Susan L The Indonesian Coelacanth
# 59 Ichthos (Newsletter) December 1998 14 Whitfield Alan Coelacanth in South African estuaries?
# 59 Ichthos (Newsletter) December 1998 16-20 Heemstra Phil C. Reproduction of the Coelacanth (a synopsis and analysis of the oophagy controversy)
# 59 Ichthos (Newsletter) December 1998 21 Gon Ofer Captain Planet and Old Fourlegs
# 59 Ichthos (Newsletter) December 1998 24-26 Stobbs Robin E. Rajah Laut - Coelacanths in Indonesia
# 60 Ichthos (Newsletter) April 1999 14 Pullen Gail Dutch science TV crew visits Institute <to shoot the story of the discovery of the coelacanth>
# 62 Ichthos (Newsletter) December 1999 5-7 Hewson Glyn A remembrance: JLB and Margaret Smith
# 63 Ichthos (Newsletter) April 2000 12-13 Anderson Eric The early evolution of the lobe-fin fishes
# 63 Ichthos (Newsletter) April 2000 14 Pullen Gail JLB Smith honoured by IGFA
# 64 Ichthos (Newsletter) September 2000 2-3 Anderson Eric The further evolution of lobe-fin fishes
# 64 Ichthos (Newsletter) Oktober 2000 16 Anderson Eric Book review: A fish caught in time by S. Weinberg, History of coelacanth fishes by Peter L. Forey
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3 Jekyll (Trieste, Italia) Giugno 1999 Latimeria non è più sola!
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Jornal do Commercio (Brasil) August, 20 2000 Falcão Verônica Celacanto II: Celacantos habitam África e Ásia
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Neuß-Grevenbroicher Zeitung (Germany) December, 1 2000 <ANON> Selteren Urwelt-Fisch vor Südafrika gesichtet
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28 NRC Handelsblad (Netherlands) Oktober, 31 1998 Loon Tom van Levend fossiel dreef van Sulawesi naar de Comoren
# 30 172 NRC Handelsblad (Netherlands) April, 20 2000 5 <ANON> Coelacanth mag niet meer worden verhandeld
# 30 179 NRC Handelsblad (Netherlands) April, 29 2000 51 Van Dam Chantal Gepantserd geld. Book review: A fish caught in time by S. Weinberg
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579 Sciences et Avenir Mai 1995 46-48 Mouton Patrick Coelacanthe la fin du long voyage?
621 Sciences et Avenir Octobre 1998 <ANON> Des coelacanthes en Indonesie
637 Sciences et Avenir Février 2000 <ANON> Actualités: Ichthyologie; deux coelacanthes pris sur le vif.
2 Science et Nature (Paris) 1954 13-15 Millot Jacques Le coelacanthe, poisson fossile vivant
37 Science et Nature (Paris) 1960 1-3 Millot Jacques, Anthony Jean Un nouvel aspect du coelacanthe: le montage complet de son squelette
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157 17 Science News April, 22 2000 258 <ANON> Book review: A fish caught in time by S. Weinberg
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55 5 Science World November, 2 1998 4- Cannell Michael Science News: Creature from the Black Lagoon: Endangered Coelacanths
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243 4 Scientific American October 1980 88,90 <ANON> Coelacanth, elasmobranch or teleost. Fish story
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5 Sea Wind 1992 5-6 <ANON> Coelacanths dwell in caves
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7 South African Angler 1953 6,23 Smith James Leonard Brierley Professor Smith tells his own story of the coelacanths
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48 Spoof Newsletter October 2000 2-4 Caldwell Roy Coelacanth in Indonesia: the unfolding saga
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173 Stuttgarter Beiträge zur Naturkunde 1968 Wahlert Gerd von Das "Dritte Flossenpar" von Latimeria
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Suara Pembaruan (Indonesia) October, 20 1998 M-14 <ANON> Perlu Kesepakatan Untuk Pelestariannya Banyak Orang Asing Ingin Membeli "Coelacanth"
Suara Pembaruan (Indonesia) October, 27 1999 M-12 <ANON> Expedisi ikan fosil hidup
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49 11 Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif vir Wetenskap (South African Journal of Science) 1953 332-333 Du Toit C.A. Some problems of the coelacanth restated
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# Tagesanzeiger November, 6 1998 48 Wolf Matthias Wissen: Latimeria schwimmt an Indonesiens Küste
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29 The Aquarium (Phila.) 1960 109-111 Braker W.P. In which a strange species of fish, believed to have been extinct for some 90.000.000 years, suddenly reappears and gives the experts something to puzzle about!
The Arizona Republic September, 24 1998 <ANON> Living Fossil' surprise. 2nd. Group of fish thought extinct found
The Argus November, 1 1999 Brand William DNA analysis may shed new light on old fish
The Australian September, 25 1998 Leech G. Catch of the day reeled in from the edge of extinction
The Boston Globe April, 1 1983 Malden A.S. Question: Are there any coelacanths (legged-fish) anywhere? Or are they extinct?
The Boston Globe July, 11 1983 Nickerson Colin Cryptozoology searching for unknown creatures
# The Boston Globe December, 1 1997 C01 Bartlett Ellen Going Twice, The ancient coelacanth, once thought to be long extinct, may be dying out for real, the unintended victim of fishermen.
The Boston Globe Februari, 2 1998 Jackson Derrick Z. A Gift from the Sea
The Boston Globe March, 23 1998 Raymo Chet Survivors From an Ancient Time
The Boston Globe September, 29 1998 <ANON> Age Before Beauty
1 The Cape Naturalist 1939 321-327 Smith James Leonard Brierley A living fossil
The Charlotte Observer September, 27 1987 Like primitive fish, presidental campaign performs erratically… [Article ID: 8702080567]
The Charlotte Observer October, 8 1989 Extinction threatens rare-fish escapee [Article ID: 8903070572]
The Charlotte Observer January, 9 1990 Deaths elsewhere. Hendrick Goosen [Article ID: 9001020614]
The Charlotte Observer November, 27 1997 Rare fish makes for a celebrated catch [Article ID: 9711270149]
The Charlotte Observer September, 24 1998 Primitive fish turns up in Indonesian food market [Article ID: 9809240061]
The Charlotte Observer November, 12 2000 <ANON> Fish swims from past to present
The Christian Science Monitor January, 20 1976 Wood L. Comoro Islands coelacanth stamp
The Christian Science Monitor August, 14 1991 Peach Laurie Ann A True Fish Story: 'Extinct' Species Lives
The Christian Science Monitor September, 24 1998 Spotts Peter N. A Real Fish Story: New Pool of Old Species Found
The Christian Science Monitor June, 15 2000 16 Woodard Colin Desperately seeking coelacanths. Book review: A fish caught in time by S. Weinberg
The Christian Science Monitor August, 15 2000 22-23 Bonner Hannah Living fossils
94 21 The Chronicle (Duke University, Durham, N.C.) September, 25 1998 <ANON> Duke alumnus happens upon coelacanth in different range
45 6 The Chronicle of Higher Education (Washington) October, 2 1998 A21 McDonald Kim A. Living Fossil' found in Indonesian waters
The Chronicle of Higher Education (Washington) November, 19 1999 A22 <ANON> Genetic Studies: Reveal Indonesian Coelacanth as a New Species
2228 The Cincinnati Enquirer November, 14 1998 Moores Lew Scientist works to save rare species of fish; Coelacanth was thought extinct
The Cincinnati Post September, 24 1998 Rare fish: A 'Living Fossil'
The Columbian September, 24 1998 AP Rare fish found in second location <Indonesian coelacanth>
125 The Courier January, 1 1991 96- <ANON> The Coelacanth
3 2 The Cryptozoology Review Autumn 1998 4-5 Roesch Ben S. Coelacanths found off Indonesia
The Daily Californian September, 25 1998 Oguro Jody Fish specie not unique to Africa, campus prof. Finds
The Daily Californian November, 2 1999 4 Branch-Elliman Westyn Scientist find new species of coelacanth
The Daily Dispatch (South Africa) January, 20 1939 <article 1st. Coelacanth>
The Daily Dispatch (South Africa) January, 13 1953 Smith James Leonard Brierley Why two coelacanths stirred the world
The Daily Dispatch (South Africa) December, 10 1963 Smith James Leonard Brierley The atomic bomb and the coelacanth
The Daily Dispatch (South Africa) March, 24 1975 <…. Californian scientists had dined on fillets of this particular coelacanth…>
The Daily Dispatch (South Africa) March, 30 1988 Ball I. Rumpus over world's oldest fish
The Daily Dispatch (South Africa) November, 25 1989 <ANON> Coelacanth gets new status
The Daily Dispatch (South Africa) February, 24 1998 DDC Coelacanth discoverer turns 91
The Daily Dispatch (South Africa) February, 25 1998 DDC Famous EL (East London) woman hs wonderful party
The Daily Dispatch (South Africa) March, 5 1998 <ANON> Old fourlegs can give East London new boost
The Daily Dispatch (South Africa) August, 1 1998 DDR Mint honours EL (East London) fish expert
The Daily Dispatch (South Africa) September, 26 1998 SAPA/AFP Coelecanths discovered in Indonesia
The Daily Dispatch (South Africa) November, 25 1998 Dickson Peter Celebration for coelacanth's 60th
The Daily Dispatch (South Africa) December, 3 1998 <ANON> The woman who stepped back 50 million years
The Daily Dispatch (South Africa) December, 12 1998 DDR EL (East London) honours 60 years of 'Old Four Legs'
The Daily Dispatch (South Africa) December, 22 1998 Pullen Gail A fishy Christmas gift to East London and the world
The Daily Dispatch (South Africa) March, 12 1999 Carlishe Adrienne Ichthyology institute goes national
The Daily Dispatch (South Africa) September, 3 1999 DDC-DDR Plea for coelacanths survival
The Daily Dispatch (South Africa) September, 11 1999 <ANON> Author talks of "thrilling" search for coelacanth
The Daily Dispatch (South Africa) September, 18 1999 Williams Glynn Instinct for the extraordinary: A fish caught in time by S. Weinberg
The Daily Dispatch (South Africa) January, 29 2000 Elias Lew EC (Eastern Cape) to get taste of 'old four legs' [Coelacanth Brewery]
The Daily Dispatch (South Africa) March, 23 2000 Williams Glynn Courteney-Latimer turns 92-again
The Daily Dispatch (South Africa) March, 24 2000 DDR Coelacanth lady celebrated in British TV documentary
The Daily Dispatch (South Africa) July, 19 2000 DDR Dr. Marjorie and Old Four Legs star again
The Daily Dispatch (South Africa) November, 24 2000 <ANON> Gift: Co-owners of Stonehenge Goldsmith in Berea, Grant Gower, present a silver coelacanth pin […]
The Daily Dispatch (South Africa) December, 2 2000 SAPA Prehistoric Old Four Legs sighted: Coelacanth colony found
The Daily Dispatch (South Africa) December, 2 2000 DDR Courteney-Latimer lauds Coelacanth find
The Daily Dispatch (South Africa) December, 6 2000 Stobbs Robin Coelacanth: misconceptions corrected
The Daily Mirror 1953 <reported that the London Zoo was offering 1,000 pounds for a living specimen>
The Daily Review November, 1 1999 Brand William DNA analysis shed new light on old fish
The Daily Telegraph September, 7 1987 11 Munnion Christopher Fighting to save 'old four legs'
The Daily Telegraph November, 11 1988 Highfield Roger The coelacanth faces second extinction
The Daily Telegraph March, 23 1995 Highfield Roger Coelacanth fossil fish threatened
1217 The Daily Telegraph September, 24 1998 Aisling Irwin Fish on the slab was 360 million years old
The Dallas Morning News June, 3 1991 <ANON> Science update: Biologists find evidence to link rare fish to human's ancestors
The Dallas Morning News October, 11 1998 5 Jackson Derrick Z. The seas yield another reason they should be protected. (Indonesian coelacanth)
The Dallas Morning News June, 18 2000 9 Bortz Fred Keeping step with the coelacanth. Book review: A fish caught in time by S. Weinberg
The Evening Standard August, 9 1999 Forty Richard Survival of the fishiest. A fish caught in time: the search for the coelacanth. Book review.
68 The Explorer Journal 1990 117-123 Greenwell J.R. The lady and the coelacanth: remembering the zoological discovery of the century
The Gary Post-Tribune (Indiana) June, 23 1989 Living Fossil' fish faces real extinction because of human actions [Article ID: 8901130756]
The Gary Post-Tribune (Indiana) August, 11 1989 Fishy Story [Article ID: 8901170987]
The Globe and Mail October, 20 1990 D4 Grant D. 'Dinosaur' of the deep
The Guardian (UK) September, 13 1989 Greenwood P. Humphry Fishy ecological tales
The Guardian (UK) August, 14 1999 <ANON> Old Fourlegs is back. Book review S. Weinberg : "A fish caught in time"
The Guardian (UK) August, 25 1999 Foden Giles Fish with a 40-million-year history
The Hartford Courant February, 22 1998 Kemper Steve Fish story
The Herald February, 24 1988 1A,16A Harden M. Couple isn't just spoofing: Edmonds duo study important evolutionary link in coelacanth
The Herald-Dispatch (Huntington WV) May, 8 2000 Fossel Eric Dinofish' were once thought to be extinct
The Hindu January, 4 1953 Krishnaswami S The coelacanth
The Illustrated Weekly of India April, 3 1960 51 Kumar P. The hundred pound fish
The Independent, London May, 22 1989 6 Elliot K. Water brats in the jaws of extinction
The Independent, London February, 27 1998 14 Ottley Tessa Old Four Legs - a living fossil from under the sea
The Independent, London August, 9 1999 Vines Gail 70-million-year-old fish fingers. Book review: A fish caught in time by S. Weinberg
The Independent, London August, 15 1999 Singh Simon Serendipity - A living, breathing fossil
The Independent, London May, 21 2000 Phelan Laurence The fish that's really a floating fossil. Book review: A fish caught in time by S. Weinberg
The Irish Times September, 24 1998 1 Ahlstrom Dick Honeymooner's fishy tale hits scales at 400m years
The Irish Times September, 4 1999 68 Catling Patrick Skene Meet your ancestor. Book review: A fish caught in time by S. Weinberg
Tha Jakarta Post (Indonesia) October, 29 1999 Foreign, local experts search for ancient fish
The Karachi Dawn December 1952 Missing Link Found
The Los Angeles Times June, 11 1991 Kevles Bettyann Book Review: Scientist's Tale is no Fish Story; Living Fossil: The Story of the Coelacanth, by Keith Thomson [Article ID: 0910069227]
The Mail & Guardian (Johannesburg) October, 31 1997 Bartlett Ellen The fossil fish may soon be dead again
The Mail & Guardian (Johannesburg) September, 25 1998 Radford Tim Coelecanth (sic) found thousands of kilometres east
The Mail & Guardian (Johannesburg) August, 31 1999 Foden Giles Book Review: A fish caught in Time by S. Weinberg
The Manchester Guardian 1953 Daniel and Darwin <about the role of Dr. Malan in the act to save a coelacanth>
The Mercury (South Africa) November, 30 2000 Carnie Tony, Jenkins Chris Diver dies filming dinosaur of the deep
The Mercury (South Africa) December, 1 2000 de Beer Erika Ministers bask in reflected fish glory
The Mercury (South Africa) December, 4 2000 Carnie Tony Coelacanths may swim into internet
The Mercury (South Africa) December, 20 2000 Carnie Tony Mini-sub to peep at Sodwana's dinosaur fish
The Miami Herald September, 25 1997 Film of rare 'fossil fish' offers clues to evolution
The Miami Herald September, 24 1998 Living fossil' surfaces 6,000 miles from home
The Natal Witness (South Africa) December, 2 2000 SAPA Coelacanth found in KZN waters
8 The Natural World 1991 303-308 Jorgensen J.M. Elektroreceptorer hos den bla fisk og andre hvirveldyr (Electric sensors in the blue fish and other chordates) (in Danish)
25 1 The Naturalist (Port Elisabeth) 1981 40-41 Croeser P.M.C. Another chapter in the coelacanth story
33 3 The Naturalist (Port Elisabeth) November 1989 5-13 Bruton Michael (Mike) N. Does the coelacanth occur in the Eastern Cape?
The New York Herald and Tribune December, 30 1952 <ANON> Air race to save fish stirs scientists here
The New York Times December, 27 1952 <ANON> Prehistoric fish believed caught
The New York Times December, 30 1952 <ANON> 14-year hunt yields ,missing link'
The New York Times December, 31 1952 <ANON> Scale of "Missing link" fish given to Malan, foe of evolution theory
The New York Times January, 2 1953 Smith James Leonard Brierley Scientists tells of rare fish find
The New York Times January, 4 1953 Plumb R.K. Strange fish from the ocean deep should cast new light on the process of evolution
The New York Times September, 24 1987 1,19 Browne Malcolm W. Photos of rare fish may be due to evolution
The New York Times April, 9 1988 A30 Hamlin J. Capture of 'fossil fish' also promotes its ultimate survival
The New York Times January, 8 1988 B6 Browne Malcolm W. Scientists examine two dead fish for ancient and living secrets
The New York Times March, 22 1988 C1,C8 Browne Malcolm W. Do Scientists pose a threat to rare 'fossil fish'?
The New York Times September 1989 C4 Protzman F. Effort to capture 'fossil fish' draws fire
The New York Times April, 18 1995 C4 Browne Malcolm W. Fish that dates back to age of dinosaurs is verging on extinction
The New York Times September, 24 1998 Browne Malcolm W. Second home of fish from dinosaur age is ound
The New York Times May, 7 2000 Whitworth E. Andra Book review: A fish caught in time by S. Weinberg
The New York Times December, 1 2000 Reuters Living Fossil' discovered off South Africa Coast
The Oakland Tribune September, 24 1998 Brand William The one that got away -- until now
The Oakland Tribune September, 29 1998 <ANON> Fishermen teach science not to assume
The Oakland Tribune October, 5 1998 Jackson Derrick Z. Fish offers a window into the past
The Oakland Tribune November, 1 1999 Brand William Dinosaur fish show DNA differences. Cal scientists hint 2nd species of coelacanth
12 197 The Patriot Ledger, (Quincy, MA) October, 8 1998 Perlman David Fish considered a living fossil presents new mystery <Indonesian coelacanth>
2 The Phoenix, Grahamstown 1989 8-15 Stobbs Robin E. The coelacanth enigma
The Pretoria News 1952 <article 2nd. Coelacanth>
The Record, Northern New Jersey October, 12 1998 Radford Tim Living fossil' is far-ranging
The Sacramento Bee January, 2 1990 Fish that time forgot
The Sacramento Bee April, 23 1991 A4 Their object: tracking down fabled creatures
The Sacramento Bee July, 14 1991 EN7 The prehistoric fish that didn't get away
The Sacramento Bee September, 24 1998 A4 Discovery of an ancient fish makes a splash long thought extinct, creature lived in the age of dinosaurs
The San Diego Union April, 30 1975 B-3 <ANON> Scripp's scientists study rare fish
6 The Sciences (N.Y. Academy of  Science) 1966 17-21 <ANON> A living Fossil
25 The Sciences (UK) May-June 1985 48 Westrum Ron Blinded by the night: the reality of the coelacanth
The Scotsman (Scotland) December, 2 2000 Reuters Fatal discovery of rare fish
2 The Sea 1975 436-438 Long A. Living Fossils
The Seattle Times December, 7 1975 Williams H. Very ancient fish deals science yet another surprise
The Seattle Times September, 24 1998 Mc Farling Usha Lee Primitive Fish found living in new waters
2 The South African Connection 1987 46-47 <ANON> The Comores
The Star (South Africa) January, 26 1989 Bruton Michael (Mike) N. The coelacanth stamps
The Star (South Africa) February, 9 1989 Bruton Michael (Mike) N. Coelacanth stamps issued today
The Star (South Africa) December, 17 2000 Feris Melanie-Ann Coelacanths to reel in the tourists?
12 186 The State Journal - Register Springfield, Ill. September, 25 1998 M1, M2 <ANON> Second population of 'living fossil' fish found far from first / Coelacanth found off the coast of Indonesia
The Sunday Independent (South Africa) October, 16 1999 Magwood Michele Coelacanth inspires tale of passion. Book review: A fish caught in time by S. Weinberg
The Sunday Leisure Post August, 7 1999 <ANON> Book Review: A fish caught in Time by S. Weinberg
The Tablet, London September, 9 1999 Le Fann James Book Review: A fish caught in Time by S. Weinberg
6 The Testimony 1998 241 <ANON> Correspondence: Coelecanth (sic); discovery of another living fossil
The Times, London March, 10 1939 <ANON> Surveyor of an ancient line
The Times, London March, 17 1939 <ANON> A coelacanth fish
The Times, London Januari, 1953 <article 2nd. Coelacanth>
52 The Times, London June, 3 1954 7 Millot Jacques Further study of the coelacanth. Remains of pulmonary organ
The Times, London June, 4 1954 Smith James Leonard Brierley Conservation of the coelacanth
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The Times, London May, 10 2000 Hawkes Nigel Going slow is the old fish's secret
The Times, London July, 14 2000 Hawkes Nigel Fishy tale puts French in hot water
The Times of Malta December 1952 Malan sends plane to collect reputedly extinct fish
The Wichita Eagle September, 27 1987 A deep look at coelacanths  [Article ID: 8702080527]
The Wichita Eagle March, 27 1988 Coveting rare fish could kill it  [Article ID: 8801130642]
The Wichita Eagle September, 17 1989 Rare-fish expedition catches some flak  [Article ID: 8902050517]
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This is London August, 9 1999 Fortey Richard Book Review: A fish caught in Time by S. Weinberg
Time for Kids October, 2 1998 <ANON> An ancient fish in new waters
153 7 Time Magazine International February, 22 1999 Burpee Geoff New depths: taking the plunge in Asia
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12 4 Tissue & Cell 1980 637-645 Geraudie J., Meunier François-Jean Elastoidin actinotrichia in coelacanth fins: a comparison with teleosts
13 1 Tissue & Cell 1981 165-171 Meunier François-Jean 'Twisted plywood' structure and mineralization in the scales of a primitive fish Amia calva
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6 248 Tomorrow's Morning November, 17 1997 <ANON> This is no fish story
8 Traffic (U.S.A.) 1988 8 Bruton Michael (Mike) N. 'Fossil' fish trade causes concern
8 Traffic (U.S.A.) 1988 9 Gaski A.L. 'Fossil' fish trade causes concern
3 Traité de Paléontologie Masson 1966 442pp Piveteau Jean (éd) Vol. 3 (Tome IV): Actinoptérigiens, Crossoptérigiens, Dipneuses (1966, 442pp, 357 figs., ISBN 2-225-58080-4)
3 Traité de Paléontologie Masson 1966 301-412 Lehman Jean-Pierre Crossopterygii
13 Traité de Zoologie Masson 1958 2553-2597 Millot Jacques, Anthony Jean Crossoptérygiens actuels Latimeria Chalumnæ, dernier des crossoptérygiens (also: pp 1831-1856)
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47 2 Tropical Fish Hobbyist Februar 1998 36-40 Stratton R.F. Dead again
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