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Peer-reviewed articles

  • Gierl, C. & Reichenbacher, B. (2017). Revision of so-called Pomatoschistus (Gobiiformes, Teleostei) from the Late 
Eocene and Early Oligocene. - Palaeontologia Electronica 20.2.33A: 1-17. Click here to download this article.  
  • Gierl, C. & Reichenbacher, B. (2015). A new Fossil Genus of Gobiiformes From the Miocene Characterized by a Mosaic Set of Characters. - Copeia, 103(4): 792–805.
  • Gierl, C., Reichenbacher, B., Gaudant, J., Erpenbeck, D. & Pharisat, A. (2013). An extraordinary gobioid fish fossil from Southern France. - PLOS ONE 8(5): e64117. Click here to download this article.


Conference abstracts

  • Gierl, C. & Reichenbacher, B. (2017a). The first record of a fossil gobiid from brackish waters. - 15th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Vertebrate Palaeontologists, Munich, Germany, 1st to 3rd August 2017. Zitteliana 91: 38. [oral presentation]
  • Gierl, C. & Reichenbacher, B. (2017b). What is the information of goby otolith morphology? - The 10th Indo-Pacific fish conference, Tahiti, 2–6 October 2017, Abstract book: p. 142. [oral presentation]
  • Reichenbacher, B. & Gierl, C. (2017). Goby fossils and what they can tell us. - The 10th Indo-Pacific fish conference, Tahiti, 2–6 October 2017, Abstract book: p. 134–134.
  • Gierl, C. & Reichenbacher, B. (2016b). The oldest goby around? - Abstract Book of the 87th Annual Conference of the Paläontologische Gesellschaft, Dresden, p. 61–62; Dresden. [oral presentation]
  • Gierl, C. & Reichenbacher, B. (2016a). A revision of Oligocene ‘Pomatoschistus’ skeletons. - 
43. Treffen Arbeitskreis Wirbeltierpaläontologie am Urweltmuseum GEOSKOP/Burg Lichtenberg (Pfalz) [oral presentation]
  • Gierl, C. & Reichenbacher, B. (2015). Otoliths as an integral part in fossil fish taxonomy. – Frontiers in Marine Science, XV European Congress of Ichthyology, Porto, Portugal. doi: 10.3389/conf.fmars.2015.03.00125. [oral presentation]
  • Gierl, C., Reichenbacher, B. (2014). What is Gobius brevis? - Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Program and Abstracts, 2014, p. 137. [poster presentation]
  • Reichenbacher, B. & Gierl, C. (2014). The evolutionary history of gobioids from a palaeontological perspective. - Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Program and Abstracts, 2014, p. 213. [poster presentation]
  • Gierl, C. & Reichenbacher, B. (2013). A fresh look on Gobioids from the Miocene of Europe. - Joint conference of the Paläontologische Gesellschaft and the Palaeontological Society of China, Göttingen, Germany, 23–27 September 2013. [poster presentation]
  • Liebl, D., Gegg, L., Schützinger, S., Lechner, T., Löhr, E., Penk, S. B. R., Gierl, C., Pippèrr, M. & Reichenbacher, B. (2013). Marine, brackish or freshwater? The palaeoecology of the northern Molasse Basin in the late Early Miocene. - Joint conference of the Paläontologische Gesellschaft and the Palaeontological Society of China, Göttingen, Germany, 23–27 September 2013. [poster presentation]
  • Gierl, C., Reichenbacher, B., Gaudant, J., Erpenbeck, D., Pharisat, A. (2013). An extraordinary gobioid fish fossil from Southern France. - Arbeitskreis Wirbeltierpaläontologie in der Paläontologischen Gesellschaft, Laimering, 15–17 March 2013. [oral presentation]
  • Gierl, C., Reichenbacher, B., Gaudant, J., Erpenbeck, D., Pharisat, A. (2012). The value of fossils in phylogenetic analysis of taxonomically difficult lineages: a case study of Lepidocottus aries (Gobioidei). - XIV European Congress of Ichthyology, Liège, Belgium, 3–8 July 2012 (Symposium “Integration of fish fossil data into phylogenetic and comparative studies”). [oral presentation]