Publications

1. Invited Book Chapters

CLEMENT, A. M. (In press) Sarcopterygian Fishes, the “lobe-fins”. In: Heads, Jaws and Muscles: Evolution, Development, Anatomical Diversity and Function. (Eds.): Ziermann, J. M., Diaz, R. J., & Diogo, R. Springer Publishing. (Accepted August 2017).

Long, J. A., Choo, B., and CLEMENT, A. M. (In press) Evolution of fishes through geological time. In: Evolution and Development of Fishes. (Eds.): Johanson, Z., Underwood, C., & Richter, M. Cambridge University Press. (Accepted March 2017).

 

 2. Peer-Reviewed Articles 

CLEMENT, A. M., King, B., Giles, S., Choo, B., Ahlberg, P. E., Young, G. C. & Long, J. A. 2018. Neurocranial anatomy of an enigmatic Early Devonian fish sheds light on early osteichthyan evolution. ELife, 7, e34349.

Ziermann J. M., CLEMENT, A. M., Ericsson R., and Olsson L. (2017) Cephalic Muscle Development in the Australian Lungfish, Neoceratodus forsteri. Journal of Morphology. DOI: 10.1002/jmor.20784.

CLEMENT, A. M., Challands, T., Ahlberg, P. E. and Long, J. A. (2016a) The cranial endocast of Dipnorhynchus sussmilchi (Sarcopterygii: Dipnoi) and the interrelationships of stem-group lungfishes. PeerJ, 4:e2539, 19pp. 10.7717/peerj.2539.

CLEMENT, A. M., Long, J. A., Tafforeau, P. and Ahlberg, P. E. (2016b) The dipnoan buccal pump reconstructed in 3D and implications for air breathing in Devonian lungshes. Paleobiology, 16 pp. DOI:10.1017/pab.2015.41.

CLEMENT, A. M., Strand, R., Nysjö, J., Long, J. A. and Ahlberg, P. E. (2016c) A New Method for Reconstructing Brain Morphology: Applying The Brain-Neurocranial Spatial Relationship In An Extant Lungfish To A Fossil Endocast. Royal Society Open Science, 8 pp. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsos.160307.

CLEMENT, A. M., Nysjö, J., Strand, R., and Ahlberg, P. E. (2015) Brain – endocast relationship in the Australian lungfish Neoceratodus forsteri, elucidated from tomographic data (Sarcopterygii: Dipnoi). PlosOne, 17 pp. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0141277.

CLEMENT, A. M., and Ahlberg, P. E. (2014) The First Virtual Cranial Endocast of a Lungfish (Sarcopterygii: Dipnoi). PloS One, 19 pp.

CLEMENT, A. M. (2012) A new species of long-snouted lungfish from the Late Devonian of Australia, and its functional and biogeographic implications. Palaeontology 55, 51-71.

CLEMENT, A. M. and Long, J. A. (2010a) Air-breathing adaptation in a marine Devonian lungfish. Biology Letters 6, 509-512.

CLEMENT, A. M. and Long, J. A. (2010b) Xeradipterus hatcheri, a new dipnoan from the Late Devonian (Frasnian) Gogo Formation, Western Australia, and other new holodontid material. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 30, 681-695.

CLEMENT, A. M. (2009) A new genus of lungfish from the Givetian (Middle Devonian) of central Australia. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 54, 615-626.

Long, J. A. and CLEMENT, A. M. (2009) The postcranial anatomy of two Middle Devonian lungfishes (Osteichthyes, Dipnoi) from Mt. Howitt, Australia. Memoirs of Museum Victoria 66, 189-202.

 

 3. Popular Science Articles and Other Blog Contributions

CLEMENT, A. M. 2018. The Enigma Fish from Wee Jasper. Beer n’ Bones. 12,(3) 7-8.

CLEMENT, A. M. and Long, J. A. 2018. It’s less than 2cm long, but this 400 million year old fossil fish changes our view of vertebrate evolutionThe Conversation. May 30, 2018.

CLEMENT, A. M. 2018. On the hunt for tetrapod footprints. Beer n’ Bones. 12(1), 1-3.

CLEMENT, A. M. and Long, J. A. 2016. A new brain-warp technique that helps to reconstruct fossil brains. The Conversation. July 21, 2016.

CLEMENT, A. M. 2012. (Various blog pieces for http://www.blog.fishesofaustralia.net.au)

CLEMENT, A. M. 2011. Keystones in evolution – Gasping for air. Cosmos41, 41.

CLEMENT, A. M. 2010. The First Breath. Australasian Science. 31, 5.