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Georgenthalia clavinasica, A New Genus and Species of Dissorophoid Temnospondyl from the Early Permian of Germany, and the Relationships of the Family Amphibamidae
Abstract Georgenthalia clavinasica, a new genus and species of amphibamid dissorophoid temnospondyl, is represented by a small, complete, postmetamorphic skull from the Lower Permian BromackerExpand
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A new pipoid anuran from the Late Jurassic Morrison Formation at Dinosaur National Monument, Utah
ABSTRACT Rhadinosteus parvus is a small anuran whose diagnosis is based on several partial skeletons and some isolated bones representing metamorphic to newly transformed ontogenetic stages from theExpand
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A late-surviving basal theropod dinosaur from the latest Triassic of North America
The oldest theropod dinosaurs are known from the Carnian of Argentina and Brazil. However, the evolutionary diversification of this group after its initial radiation but prior to theExpand
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REDESCRIPTION OF SEYMOURIA SANJUANENSIS (SEYMOURIAMORPHA) FROM THE LOWER PERMIAN OF GERMANY BASED ON COMPLETE, MATURE SPECIMENS WITH A DISCUSSION OF PALEOECOLOGY OF THE BROMACKER LOCALITY ASSEMBLAGE
Abstract Two nearly complete, articulated, mature specimens of the amphibian Seymouria are described from the Lower Permian Tambach Formation, lowermost unit of the Upper Rotliegend, of the BromackerExpand
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FIRST WELL-ESTABLISHED TRACK-TRACKMAKER ASSOCIATION OF PALEOZOIC TETRAPODS BASED ON ICHNIOTHERIUM TRACKWAYS AND DIADECTID SKELETONS FROM THE LOWER PERMIAN OF GERMANY
Abstract As a single stratigraphic source and site of high-fidelity vertebrate trackways and superbly preserved skeletons, the Lower Permian Tambach Formation, lowermost unit of the Upper Rotliegend,Expand
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Early Permian bipedal reptile.
A 290-million-year-old reptilian skeleton from the Lower Permian (Asselian) of Germany provides evidence of abilities for cursorial bipedal locomotion, employing a parasagittal digitigrade posture.Expand
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A NEW DIADECTID (DIADECTOMORPHA), OROBATES PABSTI, FROM THE EARLY PERMIAN OF CENTRAL GERMANY
Abstract A new genus and species of the herbivorous Diadectidae, Orobates pabsti, is described on the basis of several specimens, including two complete, articulated skeletons, a skull with partialExpand
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A new species of Dimetrodon (Synapsida: Sphenacodontidae) from the Lower Permian of Germany records first occurrence of genus outside of North America
A new species of the sphenacodontid synapsid Dimetrodon , D . teutonis , is described on the basis of a single, adult specimen consisting of a large portion of the presacral vertebral column. TheExpand
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HOMOLOGY OF THE ASTRAGALUS AND STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF THE TARSUS OF DIADECTIDAE
Abstract Superbly preserved tarsi of a new, undescribed, primitive member of Diadectidae and of Diadectes, the best known member of the family, are described. The major distinction between them isExpand
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