Acroplous vorax Hotton (Amphibia, Saurerpetontidae) restudied in light of new material
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Published by American Museum of Natural History in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Kansas.

Subjects:

  • Temnospondyli.,
  • Paleontology -- Permian.,
  • Paleontology -- Kansas.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementRonn W. Coldiron.
SeriesAmerican Museum novitates ;, no. 2662
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQL1 .A436 no. 2662, QE868.L3 .A436 no. 2662
The Physical Object
Pagination27 p. :
Number of Pages27
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4765104M
LC Control Number78112418

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"A new individual of Acroplous vorax is described and its systematic position within the Saurerpetonidae is reexamined. The new specimen is clearly conspecific with the type as shown by the narrow midline elements, broad supratemporal and intertemporal, wide but short lacrimal, and nearly identical pterygoids. ABSTRACT The Early Permian dvinosaur temnospondyl Acroplous vorax Hotton, is redescribed based on new specimens from the Eskridge Formation of Nebraska, and an unpublished specimen collected from the Speiser Shale of Kansas in , along with reanalysis of previously described Acroplous specimens. The Nebraska Acroplous specimens are part of the oldest Permian Cited by: ABSTRACT-The Early Permian dvinosaur temnospondyl Acroplous vorax Hotton, is redescribed based on new specimens from the Eskridge Formation of Nebraska, and an unpublished specimen collected from the Speiser Shale of Kansas in , along with reanalysis of previously described Acroplous specimens. The Nebraska Acroplous specimens. Full reference: N. Hotton. Acroplous vorax, a new and unusual labyrinthodont amphibian from the Kansas Permian. Journal of Paleontology Belongs to Acroplous according to R. R. Schoch and A. R. Milner Sister taxa: none Type specimen: KUVP , a partial skull.

The Early Permian dvinosaur temnospondyl Acroplous vorax Hotton, is redescribed based on new specimens from the Eskridge Formation of Nebraska, and an unpublished specimen collected from the Speiser Shale of Kansas in , along with reanalysis of previously described Acroplous specimens.   Acroplous vorax Hotton (Amphibia, Saurerpetontidae) restudied in light of new material. American Museum Novitates. No. 1. Buy Acroplous vorax Hotton (Amphibia, Saurerpetontidae) restudied in light of new material (American Museum novitates) by Coldiron, Ronn W (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Ronn W Coldiron. Request PDF | A redescription of Acroplous vorax (Temnospondyli: Dvinosauria) based on new specimens from the Early Permian of Nebraska and Kansas, U.S.A. | The Early Permian dvinosaur.

A new individual of Acroplous vorax is described and its systematic position within the Saurerpetontidae is reexamined. The new specimen is clearly conspecific with the type as shown by narrow midline elements, broad supratemporal and intertemporal, wide but short lacrimal, and nearly identical pterygoids. The new specimen offers more data on the braincase, pterygoid occiput, lower jaw, and. ABSTRACT The cranial morphology of Acroplous vorax Hotton, , is restudied on the basis of new specimens collected from the Speiser Shale Formation (Council Grove Group, Lower Permian) of Wabaunsee County, Kansas. Acroplous, assigned to the trimerorhachoid family Saurerpetontidae, is characterized by complete absence of the intertemporal and shortened postparietal. Acroplous vorax Hotton (Amphibia, Saurerpetontidae) restudied in light of new material. American Museum novitates ; no. By Ronn W. Coldiron. Download PDF (8 MB) Abstract. 27 p.: ill. ; 26 es bibliographical references (p. )."A new individual of Acroplous vorax is described and its systematic position within the. Acroplous vorax Schoch and Milner p. 36 References Hotton N. () Acroplous vorax, a new and unusual labyrinthodont amphibian from the Kansas Permian, Journal of Paleontol