Nanopus reidiae Haubold et al. 2005 (tetrapod)

Amphibia - Temnospondyli

Full reference: H. Haubold, A. Allen, T. P. Atkinson, R. J. Buta, J. A. Lacefield, S. C. Minkin, and B. A. Relihan. 2005. Interpretation of the tetrapod footprints from the early Pennsylvanian of Alabama. Alabama Paleontological Society Monograph 1:75-111

Belongs to Nanopus according to H. Haubold et al. 2005

Sister taxa: Nanopus caudatus, Nanopus vetustus

Type specimen: UCM 1141/1142. Its type locality is Union Chapel Mine, which is in a Westphalian lagoonal/restricted shallow subtidal shale/sandstone in the Pottsville Formation of Alabama.

Ecology: amphibious carnivore

Distribution: found only at Union Chapel Mine

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