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Systematics and taxonomy of soft-shelled turtles (Family Trionychidae) from the Judith River Group (mid-Campanian) of
Four valid species of trionychine trionychid turtles are recognized from the Upper Cretaceous (mid-Campanian; Judithian) Judith River Group, western North America. Cladistic analysis of extant andExpand
THE FOSSIL SALAMANDER PROAMPHIUMA CRETACEA ESTES (CAUDATA; AMPHIUMIDAE) AND RELATIONSHIPS WITHIN THE AMPHIUMIDAE
Abstract A revised diagnosis and expanded description are presented for the amphiumid salamander Proamphiuma cretacea based on the original topotypic collection of vertebrae and on new atlantes,Expand
The Euro-American genus Eopelobates, and a re-definition of the family Pelobatidae (Amphibia, Anura)
The extinct Eopelobates (Eocene of western North America; Eocene–Pliocene of Europe) and Pelobates (Oligocene–Recent of Europe; Recent of northern Africa and the Middle East) are superficiallyExpand
Monophyly and affinities of albanerpetontid amphibians (Temnospondyli; Lissamphibia)
The Albanerpetontidae are Middle Jurassic–Miocene amphibians that have variously been regarded as caudates (salamanders), a clade distinct from caudates, or incertae sedis lissamphibians. Here I testExpand
ADDITIONS TO THE VERTEBRATE FAUNA OF THE ANTLERS FORMATION (LOWER CRETACEOUS), SOUTHEASTERN OKLAHOMA
The record ofnonmarine vertebrates from the Early Cretaceous (Le., about 144 to 99 Ma [Gradstein and others, 1995]) is extremely poor in terms of the number of fossil taxa, specimens, and sites (see,Expand
Chemical, experimental, and morphological evidence for diagenetically altered melanin in exceptionally preserved fossils
Significance Melanin is a widespread pigment that provides black to reddish brown hues to organisms. Recent evidence has shown that melanin is retained in exceptionally preserved fossils, includingExpand
New albanerpetontid amphibians from the Early Cretaceous of Morocco and Middle Jurassic of England
A third albanerpetontid genus, Anoualerpeton gen. nov., is erected for two new species: An. unicus sp. nov. (type species) from the Early Cretaceous (Berriasian) of Morocco and An. priscus sp. nov.Expand
Evolution of anuran assemblages in the Late Cretaceous of Utah, USA
Several hundred isolated anuran bones recovered from 37 localities in southern Utah, USA, provide a relatively continuous record of the evolution of anuran assemblages in the central part of theExpand
THE GEOLOGICALLY YOUNGEST ALBANERPETONTID AMPHIBIAN, FROM THE LOWER PLIOCENE OF HUNGARY
:  The Albanerpetontidae are salamander-like, Middle Jurassic to Neogene lissamphibians from Laurasia and North Africa. Extensive series of albanerpetontid bones recently identified in collectionsExpand
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