Project 2197: E. Sferco, A. López-Arbarello, A. M. Báez. 2015. Phylogenetic relationships of †Luisiella feruglioi (Bordas) and the recognition of a new clade of freshwater teleosts from the Jurassic of Gondwana. BMC Evolutionary Biology. 15.
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Patterson C. 1968. The caudal skeleton in Lower Liassic pholidophorid fishes. Bull Brit Mus (Nat Hist) Geol. Vol. 16, pp. 201-239.
Patterson C. 1970. Two Upper Cretaceous salmoniform fishes from the Lebanon. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History). Geology. Vol. 19, pp. 205-296.
Patterson C. 1977. The contribution of paleontology to teleostean phylogeny. Major patterns in vertebrate evolution. pp. 579-643, Hecht MK, Goody PC, Hecht BM ed. New York: Plenum Press.
Patterson C. 1977. Cartilage bones, dermal bones, and membrane bones, or the exoskeleton versus the endoskeleton. In Problems in vertebrate evolution. pp. 77-121, Andrews SM, Miles RS, Walker AD ed. Academic Press, London.
Patterson C, Johnson GD. 1995. The intermuscular bones and ligaments of teleostean fishes. Smithson Contrib Zool. Vol. 559, pp. 1-85.
Patterson C, Rosen DE. 1977. Review of the ichthyodectiform and other Mesozoic fishes and the theory and practice of classifying fossils. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History. Vol. 158, pp. 81-172.
Patterson C. 1975. The braincase of pholidophorid and leptolepid fishes, with a review of the actinopterygian braincase. Phil Trans R Soc Lond. Vol. 269, pp. 275-597.
Patterson, C. 1973. Interrelationships of holosteans. Interrelationships of Fishes. pp. 233-305, Greenwood PH, Miles RS, Patterson C ed. Zool J Linn Soc Suppl 1.
Patterson, C. 1984. Family Chanidae and other teleostean fishes as living fossils. Living Fossils. pp. 132-139, Eldredge N, Stanley SM ed. New York: Springer-Verlag.
Poyato-Ariza FJ. 1994. A new Cretaceous gonorynchiform fish (Teleostei: Ostariophysi) from Las Hoyas (Cuenca, Spain). Occ Pap Mus Nat Hist Univ Kansas. Vol. 164, pp. 1-37.