A Supposed Eupelycosaur Body Impression from the Early Permian of the Intra-Sudetic Basin, Poland

@article{Niedwiedzki2012ASE,
  title={A Supposed Eupelycosaur Body Impression from the Early Permian of the Intra-Sudetic Basin, Poland},
  author={Grzegorz Niedźwiedzki and Maciej Bojanowski},
  journal={Ichnos},
  year={2012},
  volume={19},
  pages={150 - 155}
}
We describe a new specimen of a supposed Paleozoic tetrapod body impression from the Lower Permian Słupiec Formation in the Intra-Sudetic Basin, Poland. The size, integument morphology of belly and part of tail imprints, and the morphology of a well-preserved pes track diagnose the specimen and readily distinguish it from other described specimens of body impressions of Paleozoic tetrapods. The eupelycosaur identity of this new specimen is based on the identification of the footprint Dimetropus… 

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