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Cranial anatomy of the stem salamander Kokartus honorarius (Amphibia: Caudata) from the Middle Jurassic of Kyrgyzstan
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The morphological analysis of Kokartus supports the current phylogenetic hypothesis that Permian amphibamids (including branchiosaurids) are the closest relatives of salamanders amongst known non-lissamphibian temnospondyls.
The First Discovery of an Alligatorid (Crocodylia, Alligatoroidea, Alligatoridae) in the Eocene of China
TLDR
This research highlights the need to understand more fully the rationale for the continued use of EMMARM, as well as the barriers to access and use of this technology.
Mesozoic salamanders and albanerpetontids of Middle Asia, Kazakhstan, and Siberia
  • P. Skutschas
  • Geology
    Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments
  • 1 October 2013
Mesozoic terrestrial deposits containing diverse vertebrate assemblages are widely distributed in Siberia (central and eastern part of Russia), Middle Asia (Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and
DINOSAURS FROM THE EARLY CRETACEOUS MURTOI FORMATION IN BURYATIA, EASTERN RUSSIA
Abstract Six dinosaurian taxa, Therizinosauridae indet., Ornithomimosauria indet., Dromaeosauridae indet., Titanosauridae indet., cf. Mongolosaurus sp., and Psittacosaurus sp., are identified and
A New Salamander from the Late Paleocene—Early Eocene of Ukraine
A new neotenic salamander, Seminobatrachus boltyschkensis gen. et sp. nov., is described based on 14 skeletons of late Paleocene—early Eocene age preserved on drill core slabs from the Cherkassy
The First ‘True’ Adocus (Testudines, Adocidae) from the Paleogene of Asia
TLDR
The study indicates that the evolutionary and biogeographic history of the Adocidae was more complicated than considered previously, including previously unrecognized dispersal events between Asia and North America.
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