To the Gauss-like continued fraction expansions we associate a conformal iterated function system whose limit set is of Lebesgue measure equal to 1. We show that the Texan Conjecture holds; i.e. for every $t \in [0,1]$ there exists a subsystem whose limit set has Hausdorff dimension equal to $t$.
"Gauss-like Continued Fraction Systems and their Dimension Spectrum." Real Anal. Exchange 34 (1) 17 - 28, 2008/2009.