An updated paleontological timetree of lissamphibians, with comments on the anatomy of Jurassic crown-group salamanders (Urodela)

@article{Marjanovi2014AnUP,
  title={An updated paleontological timetree of lissamphibians, with comments on the anatomy of Jurassic crown-group salamanders (Urodela)},
  author={D. Marjanovi{\'c} and M. Laurin},
  journal={Historical Biology},
  year={2014},
  volume={26},
  pages={535 - 550}
}
  • D. Marjanović, M. Laurin
  • Published 2014
  • Biology
  • Historical Biology
  • We present an update of our time-calibrated supertree of extant and extinct lissamphibians (Marjanović D, Laurin M. 2007. Fossils, molecules, divergence times, and the origin of lissamphibians. Syst Biol 56(3):369–388) and of the divergence dates that can be inferred from it. The present version contains 319 extinct species or possible species of lissamphibians, compared to 223 previously. Discoveries of new fossiliferous sites, advances in phylogeny and recently obtained radiometric dates have… CONTINUE READING
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