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THE POSTCRANIUM OF ARCHEGOSAURUS DECHENI, AND A PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSIS OF TEMNOSPONDYL POSTCRANIA
The gharial-like Archegosaurus decheni from the Permian ⁄ Carboniferous boundary of south-west Germany is one of the best known temnospondyls. Based largely on new material, we restudied theExpand
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Comparative histology of sculptured dermal bones in basal tetrapods, and the implications for the soft tissue dermis
The histology of the sculptured dermal bones of skull and pectoral girdle of 19 taxa of Palaeozoic and Mesozoic basal tetrapods and of the porolepiform Laccognathus is investigated. The dermal bonesExpand
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Osteology and relationships of the temnospondyl genus Sclerocephalus
The temnospondyl Sclerocephalus from the Permo-Carboniferous of Germany is one of the most completely preserved and most abundant Palaeozoic tetrapods. Here, we review the complete osteology of theExpand
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Cranial morphology and ontogeny of the Permo-Carboniferous temnospondyl Archegosaurus decheni Goldfuss, 1847 from the Saar–Nahe Basin, Germany
  • F. Witzmann
  • Geology
  • Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh…
  • 1 June 2005
ABSTRACT Morphology and ontogenetic changes in the skull and hyobranchium of the Permo-Carboniferous temnospondyl Archegosaurus decheni from the Saar–Nahe Basin (SW Germany) are described in detail,Expand
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Sculpture and vascularization of dermal bones, and the implications for the physiology of basal tetrapods
Sculpture of dermal bones and their vascularization in basal tetrapods are closely connected. Ontogenetic data suggest that the large vessels that coursed to the superficial bone surface induced theExpand
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LARVAL ONTOGENY OF MICROMELERPETON CREDNERI (TEMNOSPONDYLI, DISSOROPHOIDEA)
Abstract A growth series of 97 specimens of the dissorophoid temnospondyl Micromelerpeton credneri from the Permo-Carboniferous of Central Europe is taken as a basis for ontogenetic investigations.Expand
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Deep-time evolution of regeneration and preaxial polarity in tetrapod limb development
Among extant tetrapods, salamanders are unique in showing a reversed preaxial polarity in patterning of the skeletal elements of the limbs, and in displaying the highest capacity for regeneration,Expand
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The bone histology of osteoderms in temnospondyl amphibians and in the chroniosuchian Bystrowiella
Witzmann, F. and Soler-Gijon, R. 2010. The bone histology of osteoderms in temnospondyl amphibians and in the chroniosuchian Bystrowiella. —Acta Zoologica (Stockholm) 91: 96–114 Bone histologyExpand
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DEVELOPMENTAL PATTERNS AND OSSIFICATION SEQUENCE IN THE PERMO-CARBONIFEROUS TEMNOSPONDYL ARCHEGOSAURUS DECHENI (SAAR-NAHE BASIN, GERMANY)
Abstract A size series of 143 specimens of the Permo-Carboniferous temnospondyl Archegosaurus decheni from the Saar-Nahe Basin (south-west Germany), ranging in size from 18 to 280 mm skull length,Expand
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Metoposaurid and mastodonsaurid stereospondyls from the Triassic – Jurassic boundary of Portugal
Witzmann, F. & Gassner, T., March, 2008. Metoposaurid and mastodonsaurid stereospondyls from the Triassic – Jurassic boundary of Portugal. Alcheringa 32, 37–51. ISSN 0311-5518. Remains ofExpand
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