★ Free online encyclopedia. Did you know? page 103

Bruktererpeton

Bruktererpeton is an extinct genus of gephyrostegid known reptiliomorph from the late Carboniferous Rhine-Ruhr district, West Germany. It was first described and named jürgen A. boy and Claus Bendel in 1973 and species Type fiebigi Bruktererpeton ...

Calligenethlon

Calligenethlon is an extinct genus of embolomere reptiliomorph from the late Carboniferous of Joggins, Nova Scotia. It is only finally determined embolomere from the Joggins fossil cliffs and is the largest tetrapod was found preserved in lycopod ...

Callistomordax

Callistomordax is an extinct genus of temnospondyl amphibian from the middle Triassic of Germany. Type and only species, Callistomordax kugleri, was named in 2008. There are several well-preserved skeletons, found in the Erfurt formation, lower p ...

Cricotus

Cricotus is an extinct genus of Embolomeri. It was erected by cope in 1875, on the basis of fragmentary, not clearly associated remains including caudal vertebrae, in which they were created, and several other postcranial skeleton. He was little ...

Ecolsonia

Ecolsonia is an extinct genus of trematopid temnospondyl. Its phylogenetic position is discussed Olsoniformes historically, but is now considered a trematopid.

Eobatrachus

Eobatrachus is a dubious genus of prehistoric frog erected by O. C. marsh to house fragmentary remains recovered from reed quarry 9 near Como bluff, Wyoming. Along with Comobatrachus he was among the earliest frog remains from the formation, alth ...

Eoherpeton

Eoherpeton is the only genus of the family Eoherpetontidae in the extinct suborder Embolomeri. It is known from the Visean and Namurian stages of the Carboniferous of Scotland.

Eryopiformes

Eryopiformes group rhachitomi temnospondyl amphibians. Eryopiformes was named by German paleontologist Rainer R. Schoch in 2013. He defined it as a node-based taxon to include Eryopidae and Stereospondylomorpha. Unlike the previous analysis, phyl ...

Eryosuchus

Eryosuchus is an extinct genus of temnospondyl amphibian from the middle Triassic of Northern Russia. It was a very large predator: a large well-known instance can reach up to 3.5 m in length, with a skull over 1 m in length.

Eucacopinae

Eucacopinae is an extinct species of dissorophid temnospondyls. Eucacopines different from other main groups of dissorophids in Dissorophinae, more lightly built skeletons and more lumpy skulls. The subfamily was originally named Cacopinae, but t ...

Eusauropleura

Eusauropleura is an extinct genus of reptiliomorph gephyrostegid from the Pennsylvanian of Linton, Ohio. Varieties and types, Eusauropleura digitata, was first described by American paleontologist Edward cope Drinker in 1868 as Sauropleura digita ...

Eutemnospondyli

Eutemnospondyli is a treasure trove of temnospondyl amphibians, which includes most temnospondyls except edopoids. Eutemnospondyli was named by German paleontologist Rainer R. Schoch in 2013. He defined it as a stem-based taxon including all temn ...

Kyrinion

Kyrinion is an extinct genus of tetrapod baphetid of late Carboniferous of England. As is known from the skull, which was found in the County of Tyne and wear, built in the Westphalian stage. Along with the skull is part of the lower jaw, arch of ...

Lapillopsidae

Lapillopsidae family of Temnospondyli. Lapillopsis was found as sister Rotaurisaurus in the analysis, 1999, found Lapillopsidae as basal stereospondyls. Lapillopsis was found as sister Dissorophoidea in the 2017 analysis. Another relative Lapillo ...

Limnerpeton

Limnerpeton currently limited to species of L. modestum, which is doubtful, but it is a amphibamid. The nominal form of "Limnerpeton" laticeps was later assigned to trematopid Mordex but was placed in a separate genus trematopid Mattauschia follo ...

Loxomma

Loxomma is an extinct genus of Loxommatinae and one of the first Carboniferous tetrapods. They were first described in 1862 and described in 1870, when there were found two skulls. This is mainly due to an area of the UK. They share traits with m ...

Melanerpeton

Melanerpeton is an extinct genus of prehistoric amphibian that lived in Perm, about 285 million years ago in Europe.

Melosaurinae

Melosaurinae is an extinct subfamily of temnospondyl amphibians, a part of the family Archegosauridae. Most melosaurines known from Russia, though an unnamed species was found in Brazil. Unlike long been known to the archegosaurids of Platyoposau ...

Milnererpeton

Milnererpeton is an extinct genus of branchiosaurid temnospondyl amphibian from the late Carboniferous of new Mexico. The genus was originally described in 1996 under the name Milneria, but since Milneria name preoccupied genus of mollusks, Milne ...

Neopteroplax

Neopteroplax is an extinct genus of embolomere eogyrinid closely related to the genera such as Eogyrinus and Pteroplax. Members of this genus were among the largest embolomeres in North America. Neopteroplax known primarily from the large skull f ...

Onchiodon

Onchiodon is an extinct genus of temnospondyl. It is primarily known from the Carboniferous and Permian of Europe, but also from the Permian of North America. It was an amphibious predator. A number of species have been described: Onchiodon labyr ...

Oradectes

Oradectes and dectes) is an extinct genus of diadectid reptiliomorph. It is known from one partial skeleton, derived from the beginning of the formation of the Permian Cutler Colorado in the United States. Species O. sanmiguelensis, was originall ...

Pachybatrachus

Pachybatrachus-an extinct genus of prehistoric amphibian. Pachybatrachus fossils have been found in the formation Beceten located in Tahoua, Niger. Her parent taxon Pachycentrata. The fossils were dated to the end / the top cognac in the Santonia ...

Paralatonia

Paralatonia-an extinct genus of prehistoric Alytid frog from the late Cretaceous Sanpetru and Densus-Ciula formations, the island of Hațeg, modern Romania.

Parioxys

Species Parioxys ferricolus, was named in 1878, American paleontologist Edward cope Drinker based on two poorly preserved skulls, which were collected from early Permian Texas red beds. Egyptian paleontologist, Yousef S. Mustafa, described new ma ...

Peltobatrachus

Peltobatrachus is an extinct genus of temnospondyl amphibian from the late Permian of Tanzania. Peltobatrachus was a large, slow moving animal, up to 70 cm 2.3 ft in length. He was fully terrestrial amphibians, only returning to water to lay eggs ...

Phlegethontioidea

Phlegethontioidea this aistopod types of amphibians, including families Phlegethontiidae and Pseudophlegethontiidae. This stem-based taxon defined in phylogenetic terms as all aistopods sharing a more recent common ancestor with Phlegethontia tha ...

Piceoerpeton

Piceoerpeton-an extinct genus of prehistoric amphibian, containing the species known from the latest Cretaceous, Paleocene and Eocene of North America. This is one of the largest of salamanders, and approached the cryptobranchid Andrias in size. ...

Plagiosaurus

Plagiosaurus is an extinct genus of temnospondyl amphibian. They were paedomorphic, retaining the larval gills in adulthood. They were weak simplified vertebrae, consisting of a large intercentra and neural arches, the stereospondyl condition.

Platyrhinops

Platyrhinops is an extinct genus of amphibamid temnospondyl from the late Carboniferous of Ohio and the Czech Republic. It is known from many partial skeletons from the Linton site in saline township, Ohio, and at least 6 partial samples from the ...

Encyclopedic dictionary

Translation
Free and no ads
no need to download or install

Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

online intellectual game →