The Earliest Known Necturus (Amphibia, Urodela), from the Paleocene Ravenscrag Formation of Saskatchewan

@article{Naylor1978TheEK,
  title={The Earliest Known Necturus (Amphibia, Urodela), from the Paleocene Ravenscrag Formation of Saskatchewan},
  author={Bruce G. Naylor},
  journal={Journal of Herpetology},
  year={1978},
  volume={12},
  pages={565}
}
  • Bruce G. Naylor
  • Published 1978
  • Biology
  • Journal of Herpetology
  • Trunk vertebrae of a new species of Necturus from the Paleocene of southern Saskatchewan are described. These represent the oldest definite record of the Proteidae. Available evidence indicates that proteids and the extinct batrachosauroidids are closely related, and that Proteus and Necturus are of monophyletic origin. * * * 
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