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Definition of Mastodonsaurus
Mastodonsaurus Mas`to*don*sau"rus, n. [NL., fr. E. Mastodon +
Gr. ? a lizard.] (Paleon.)
A large extinct genus of labyrinthodonts, found in the
European Triassic rocks.
Meaning of Mastodonsaurus from wikipedia
- head called sensory sulci
show that Mastodonsaurus
was an aquatic animal
left water. Mastodonsaurus
may have been completely unable
- some length estimates ranging
from 3 to 6 meters. Some genera, like Mastodonsaurus
by Georg Friedrich Jaeger
in 1828 from a single tooth
that he considered
to a reptile. Mastodonsaurus means
- some grew to very large
sizes. At 6 meter
in length, the Mid-Tri****ic Mastodonsaurus giganteus
is not only thought
to have been the largest
into the Cretaceous
era. The largest
of these, such as the Mastodonsaurus
were up to 13 feet in length. Rhynchosaurs, barrel-gutted herbivores...
(such as this Mastodonsaurus
) were among
the major amphibian groups which
at the T-J boundary, though
many may have died out earlier...
Sandstone, and the Temnospondyle Mastodonsaurus ingens
with the mastodonsaurus
cappelensis) from the Upper
") is an extinct genus
of capitosauroid temnospondyls within
of the genus...
- made a relatively quick
recovery, in spite
of nearly becoming
were the main aquatic
- Schoch, Rainer
2007 "Revision of the type material
of Mastodonsaurus giganteus
(Jaeger) (Temnospondyli) from the middle
Tri****ic of Germany"...
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