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A cochleosaurid temnospondyl amphibian from the Middle Pennsylvanian of Linton, Ohio, U.S.A.
Abstract Two temnospondyl amphibian specimens from the Middle Pennsylvanian locality of Linton, Ohio, USA are described as Adamanterpeton ohioensis gen. et sp. nov. , a member of the familyExpand
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Reappraisal of the Early Permian amphibamid Tersomius texensis and some referred material
Abstract The accuracy of the taxonomic assignment of three skulls in the collections of the Museum of Comparative Zoology (Harvard University) to the Early Permian taxon Tersomius texensis has beenExpand
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The intrarelationships and evolutionary history of the temnospondyl family branchiosauridae
Synopsis The larval or paedomorphic branchiosaurid temnospondyls, inhabitants of many Permo‐Carboniferous freshwater lakes across Europe, have never been analysed cladistically. In the present work,Expand
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Abstract The temnospondyl amphibian Slaugenhopia texensis from the late Leonardian (Early Permian) San Angelo Formation of Knox County, north-central Texas, was described as a trimerorhachid byExpand
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Cranial Anatomy, Ontogeny, and Relationships of the Late Carboniferous Tetrapod Gephyrostegus bohemicus Jaekel, 1902
ABSTRACT We review the cranial morphology of the Late Carboniferous terrestrial tetrapod Gephyrostegus bohemicus from the coal deposits of the Nýřany Basin in the Czech Republic. Gephyrostegus isExpand
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Trimerorhachis (Amphibia: Temnospondyli) from the Lower Permian of Texas and New Mexico: cranial osteology, taxonomy and biostratigraphy
The morphology and taxonomy of the Early Permian temnospondyl amphibian genus Trimerorhachis are revised. Using previously undescribed material from Texas, numerous details of the cranial osteologyExpand
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