Subjects of interest include anatomy, phylogenetic relationships, functional morphology, taxonomy, paleoecology, taphonomy, biogeography, and biostratigraphy. Micro-remains (such as scales, teeth, and bone fragments), larger bones, and articulated skeletons all make important contributions to our knowledge of Mesozoic fish life.
Mesozoic fish researchers met for the first time in 1993
at an international conference in Eichstätt, Germany. We now number
more than 170, working in more than twenty countries. Keeping in touch
by means of a newsletter, e-mail, fax, the World Wide Web, and other means,
we met in Germany in 1997, in Switzerland in 2001, and plan to meet again
in Spain in 2005.
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