Definition of Temnospondyls. Meaning of Temnospondyls. Synonyms of Temnospondyls

Here you will find one or more explanations in English for the word Temnospondyls. Also in the bottom left of the page several parts of wikipedia pages related to the word Temnospondyls and, of course, Temnospondyls synonyms and on the right images related to the word Temnospondyls.

Definition of Temnospondyls

No result for Temnospondyls. Showing similar results...

Meaning of Temnospondyls from wikipedia

- maturity. Most temnospondyls were semiaquatic, although some were almost fully terrestrial, returning to the water only to breed. These temnospondyls were some...
- In the temnospondyl hypothesis (TH), lissamphibians are most closely related to dissorophoid temnospondyls, which would make temnospondyls tetrapods...
- eryein = drawn-out + ὤψ, ops = face) is a genus of extinct, amphibious temnospondyls. It contains the single species Eryops megacephalus, the fossils of...
- microsaurs and frogs from temnospondyls. The cladistic analysis of Gerobatrachus suggested salamanders and frogs evolved from temnospondyl stock and caecilians...
- Glacier to uncover more fossils. Since then, fragmentary remains of temnospondyls, therapsids, and archosauriform reptiles have all been found in the...
- Carboniferous to Cisuralian Germany A temnospondyl Onchiodon O. labyrinthicus ****elian-Sakmarian Germany A species of temnospondyl in the family Eryopidae. Parioxys...
- (collectively grouped within Batrachia) evolved from temnospondyls. Of the three hypotheses, the temnospondyl hypothesis is currently the most widely accepted...
- archosaurs and an extinction event at the end of the Tri****ic, most other temnospondyls disappeared. Chigutisaurid brachyopoids persisted into the Jur****ic...
- Eutemnospondyli (meaning "true Temnospondyli") is a clade of temnospondyl amphibians that includes most temnospondyls except edopoids. Eutemnospondyli was named by German...
- 2017-06-29. Cite journal requires |journal= (help) "blogs.scientificamerican.com/tetrapod-zoology/trematosauroid-temnospondyls/". Paleontology portal...
Loading...