Martin Brazeau

Paleontologist (Palaeontology (incl. palynology))

United Kingdom


  • The hyomandibulae of rhizodontids (Sarcopterygii, stem-tetrapoda).
  • The characters of Palaeozoic jawed vertebrates
  • A revision of the anatomy of the Early Devonian jawed vertebrate Ptomacanthus anglicus Miles
  • Sequences, stratigraphy and scenarios: what can we say about the fossil record of the earliest tetrapods?
  • Influence of different modes of morphological character correlation on phylogenetic tree inference
  • Neurocranial anatomy of the petalichthyid placoderm Shearsbyaspis oepiki Young revealed by X-ray computed microtomography
  • The braincase and jaws of a Devonian 'acanthodian' and modern gnathostome origins.
  • Initial radiation of jaws demonstrated stability despite faunal and environmental change.
  • A reappraisal of the origin and basal radiation of the Osteichthyes
  • PALAEONTOLOGY A jaw-dropping fossil fish
  • Problematic character coding methods in morphology and their effects
  • Tetrapod-like middle ear architecture in a Devonian fish.
  • Endochondral bone in an Early Devonian ‘placoderm’ from Mongolia
  • The hyoid arch and braincase anatomy of Acanthodes support chondrichthyan affinity of ‘acanthodians’
  • An algorithm for Morphological Phylogenetic Analysis with Inapplicable Data
  • The pharynx of the stem-chondrichthyan Ptomacanthus and the early evolution of the gnathostome gill skeleton
  • Endocranial morphology of the petalichthyid placoderm Ellopetalichthys scheii from the Middle Devonian of Arctic Canada, with remarks on the inner ear and neck joint morphology of placoderms
  • A revision of Vernicomacanthus Miles with comments on the characters of stem‐group chondrichthyans
  • Palaeontology: A jaw-dropping fossil fish
  • Placoderm muscles and chordate interrelationships
  • A Late Devonian Porolepiform fish (Holoptychius) and the age of the Kennebecasis Formation, southern New Brunswick, Canada
  • A new genus of rhizodontid (Sarcopterygii, Tetrapodomorpha) from the Lower Carboniferous Horton Bluff Formation of Nova Scotia, and the evolution of the lower jaws in this group
  • A three-dimensional placoderm (stem-group gnathostome) pharyngeal skeleton and its implications for primitive gnathostome pharyngeal architecture
  • A well-preserved ‘placoderm’ (stem-group Gnathostomata) upper jaw from the Early Devonian of Mongolia clarifies jaw evolution
  • Shark mandible evolution reveals patterns of trophic and habitat-mediated diversification

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