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The goal of DeepFin is to establish the tree of all fishes. The tree pages of DeepFin will provide a fair consensus of our current phylogenetic knowledge, and all members are encouraged to participate in the construction of this tree. The format will follow the design and editorial structure developed by The Tree of Life Web Project. The current tolweb tree for Actinopterygii is shown temporarily as an example.

The ray-finned fishes
John G. Lundberg *

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taxon links


Go to Actinopterygii page at TOLweb

Containing group: Gnathostomata


Carroll, R. H. 1988. Vertebrate paleontology and evolution. W. H. Freeman & Co. New York.

Nelson, J. S. 1994. Fishes of the World. 3rd Ed. John Wiley & Sons, New York, N.Y.

Information on the Internet
Fishbase: A Global Information System on Fishes
. A distributed information system that uses Z39.50 and XML protocols to link together the specimen records of museums and other institutions in a seamless information-retrieval system.
Biodiversity and Biological Collections Web Server Ichthyology Resources
California Academy of Sciences Ichthyology Resources
Australian Museum Fish Site
Inter-Institutional Database of Fish Biodiversity in the Neotropics (NEODAT)
Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology (MCZ) Ichthyology
Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History Division of Fishes
University of Alberta Mesozoic Fishes Page
Keith L. Jackson's Ichthyology Web Resources
The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Fish
Otolith Research Laboratory. Bedford Institute of Oceanography.
Cichlid Research Home Page
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John G. Lundberg
Philadelphia Academy of Sciences

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