morphology and phylogenetic relationships of the Lower Permian tetrapod Tseajaia campi Vaughn (amphibia: Seymouriamorpha) by John Lawrence Moss

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  • Utah,
  • San Juan Co.

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  • Tseajaia campi.,
  • Paleontology -- Permian.,
  • Paleontology -- Utah -- San Juan Co.

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Bibliography: p. 60-63.

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SeriesUniversity of California publications in geological sciences, v. 98, University of California publications in geological sciences ;, v. 98.
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LC ClassificationsQE868.A48 M67
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Pagination72 p.
Number of Pages72
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Open LibraryOL5709863M
ISBN 100520094395
LC Control Number70185979

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CHAPTER 1 3 PATTERNS OF AMPHIBIAN EVOLUTION: AN EXTENDED EXAMPLE OF THE INCOMPLETENESS OF THE FOSSIL RECORD ROBERT L. CARROLL Introduction Amphibians present a curiously bimodal pattern of diversity (Fig.

1).The group emerged in the Late Devonian and radiated extensively in the Carboniferous, Permian and Triassic. Phylogenetic analysis. In order to test quantitatively the phylogenetic relationships of early saurians, including the new taxon Aenigmastropheus parringtoni, we modified the data matrix of Reisz et al.

(Appendix SI in File S1). This data matrix was employed by Reisz et al. to test the position of the taxon Apsisaurus witteri among basal diapsids and early synapsids (“pelycosaurs. Crossopterygians. Boisvert, C. A.,The pelvic fin and girdle of Panderichthys and the origin of tetrapod locomotion: Nature, v.

p. Brazeau, M. D.,A new genus of rhizodontid (Sarcopterygii, Tetrapodomorpha) from the Lower Carboniferous Horton Bluff Formation of Nova Scotia, and the evolution of the lower jaws in this group: Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v.

New material of Procolophon (Parareptilia: Procolophonoidea) from the Lower Triassic of Brazil, with remarks on the ages of the Sanga do Cabral and Buena Vista formations of South America. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences – View program and abstracts from the 65th Annual Meeting. Mycterosaurus (Greek as mykter/mykteros meaning nose/snout, sauros meaning “lizard”) is an extinct genus of synapsids belonging to the family is classified in the varanopid subfamily Mycterosaurinae.

Mycterosaurus is the most primitive member of its family, existing from to MYA, known to Texas and Oklahoma. It lacks some features that its advanced relatives have. Il nome Tseajaia deriva dalle parole Navajo "Tse Ajai", che significano "cuore di roccia". Bibliografia. Moss, John Lawrence.

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The split between lepidosauromorphs and archosauromorphs (the crocodile-lizard, or bird-lizard, divergence) is considered one of the key calibration points for molecular analyses of tetrapod phylogeny. The Morphology and phylogenetic relationship of the Lower Permian tetrapodTseajaia campi Vaughn (Amphibia: Seymouriamorpha): University of California Publications in Geological Sciences Romer AS The primitive reptile Limnoscelis restudied American Journal of Science, Vol.

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