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1Cope, E. D., 1871, Observations on the extinct batrachian fauna of the Carboniferous of Linton, Ohio. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, v. 12, p. 177.
2Cope, E. D., 1875, Synopsis of the extinct batrachia from the Coal Measures. Report of the Geological Survey, Ohio, v. 2, p. 350 – 411.
3Cope, E. D., 1877, Descriptions of extinct Vertebrata from the Permian and Triassic Formations of the United States: Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, v. 17, p. 182 – 193.
4Cope, E. D., 1883, Fourth contribution to the history of ther Permian formation in Texas: Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, v. 20, p. 628 – 636.
5Cope, E. D., 1889, Synopsis of the families of Vertebrata: American Naturalist, v. 23, p. 849 – 877.
6Cope, E. D., 1891, On the characters of some Paleozoic fishes, I. On a new elasmobranch from the Permian, Styptobasis knightiana gen. Et sp. nov.: Proceedings of the U. S. National Museum, v. 14, p. 447.
7Cope, E. D., 1894, The fossil vertebrates from the Fissure at Port Kennedy, Pennsylvania: Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, p. 446 – 451.
8Eastman, C. R., 1896, Remarks on Petalodus allegheniensis Leidy: Journal of Geology, v. 4, p. 174 – 176.
9Eastman, C. R., 1897, On the character of Macropetalichthys: American Naturalist, v. 31, p. 493 – 499.
10Eastman, C. R., 1899, Some new American Fossil Fishes: Science, v. 9, p. 642 – 643.
11Eastman, C. R., 1900, Karpinsky’s genus Helicoprion: a review: American Naturalist, v. 34, p. 579.
12Eastman, C. R., 1901, On Campodus, Edestus, Helicoprion, Acanthodes, and other Permo-Carboniferous sharks [abstract]: Science, new series, v. 14, p. 795.
13Eastman, C. R., 1902a, The Carboniferous fish fauna of Mazon Creek, Illinois: Journal of Geology, v. 10, p. 535 – 541.
14Eastman, C. R., 1902b, Campyloprion, a new form of Edestus-like dentition: Geological Magazine, v. 4, no. 9, p. 148 – 152.
15Eastman, C. R., 1902c, On the genus Peripristis St. John: Geological Magazine, v. 4, no. 9, p. 388 – 391.
16Romer, A. S., and Smith, H. J., 1934, American Carboniferous dipnoans: Journal of Geology, v. 42, p. 700 - 719.
17Romer, A. S., and Smith, H. J., 1902d, Some Carboniferous cestraciont and acanthodian sharks: Harvard College, Museum of Comparative Zoology Bulletin, v. 39, p. 55 – 99.
18Romer, A. S., and Smith, H. J., 1902e, Some hitherto unpublished observations of Orestes S. John on Paleozoic fishes: American Naturalist, v. 36, p. 653 – 659.
19Romer, A. S., and Smith, H. J., 1902f, Notice of interesting new forms of Carboniferous fish remains: American Naturalist, v. 36, p. 849 – 854.
20Romer, A. S., and Smith, H. J., 1903a, Carboniferous fishes of the central western states: Harvard Collections, Museum of Comparative Zoology Bulletin, v. 39, p. 163 – 226.
21Romer, A. S., and Smith, H. J., 1903b, On the nature of Edestus and related forms: Mark Anniversary Volume, Harvard University, p. 279 – 289.
22Romer, A. S., and Smith, H. J., 1904, A brief general account of fossil fishes: New Jersey Geological Survey, Annual Report, p. 27 – 66.
23Romer, A. S., and Smith, H. J., 1917, Fossil fishes in the collection of the United States National Museum: Proceedings of the U. S. National Museum, v. 52, no. 2177, p. 235 – 304.
24Eastman, C. R., and Barbour, E. H., 1902, Synopsis of the Missourian and Permo-Carboniferous fish fauna of Kansas and Nebraska [abstract] : Science, new series, v. 16, p. 266 – 267.
25Hansen, M. C., 1968, the Upper Paleozoic genus Petalodus (Bradyodonti) from North America [abstract]: Nebraska Academy of Sciences Proceedings, 78th Annual Meeting, p. 19 – 20.
26Hansen, M. C., 1977, Origin of phosphatic black shale in Pennsylvanian cyclothems of Mid-Continent North America: American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin 61, no. 5, p. 1045-1068.
27Heckel, P. H., and Baesemann, J. F., 1975, Environmental interpretation of conodont distribution in Upper Pennsylvanian (Missourian) megacyclothems in eastern Kansas: American Association of Petroloeum Geologists Bulletin, v. 59, no. 3, p. 486-509.
28Leidy, J., 1857, Notices  of some remains of extinct fishes: Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 1857:167-168.
29Maisey, J., 1983, Some Pennsylvanian chondrichthyian spines from Nebraska: Transactions of the Nebraska Academy of Sciences, v. 11, p. 81 – 84.
30Martin, L. D., 1969, A vertebrate assemblage from the early Permian of Nebraska [abstract]: Nebraska Academy of Sciences Proceedings, 79th Annual Meeting, p. 26 – 27.
31Martin, L. D., 1972, Coelocanth fishes from the Pennsylvanian and Permian of Nebraska and Kansas: Nebraska Acedemy of Sciences Proceedings, 82nd Annual Meeging, p. 40, 41.
32Newberry, J. S., and Worthen, A. H., 1866, Geological Survey of Illinois. Paleontology of Illinois, Section 1, Descriptions of new species of vertebrates, mainly from the sub-Carboniferous Limestone and Coal Measures of Illinois, v. 2, p. 1 – 141.
33Newberry, J. S., and Worthen, A. H., 1870, Description of fossil vertebrates: Geological Survey of Illinois, v. 4, p. 347 – 374.
34Ossian, C. R., 1974, Paleontology, paleobotany and facies characteristics of a Pennsylvanian delta in southeastern Nebraska: University of Texas, unpublished phD dissertation, 393 p.
35Romer, A. S., and Smith, H. J., 1934, American Carboniferous dipnoans: Journal of Geology, v. 42, p. 700 - 719.
36St. John, O. W., and Worthen, A. H., 1875, Description of fossil fishes: Illinois Geological Survey, v. 6, p. 245 – 488.
37St. John, O. W., and Worthen, A. H., 1883. Description of fossil fishes: Illinois Geological Survey, v. 7, p. 55 – 264.
38Zangerl, R., and Case, G. R., 1973, Iniopterygia, a new order of Chondrichthyian fishes from the Pennsylvanian of North America: Fieldiana Geology Memoirs, 67 p.