Seymouria baylorensis Broili 1904 (tetrapod)

Osteichthyes - Seymouriamorpha - Seymouriidae

Synonyms: Conodectes favosus Cope 1896, Desmospondylus anomalus Williston 1910

Full reference: F. Broili. 1904. Permische Stegocephalen und Reptilien aus Texas. Palaeontographica 51:1-120

Belongs to Seymouria according to V. V. Bulanov 2003

See also Broili 1904, Bruner 1991, Carroll et al. 1972, Case 1911, Cope 1896, Hay 1902, Laurin 1996 and Williston 1910

Sister taxa: Seymouria grandis, Seymouria sanjuanensis

Type specimens:

  • Seymouria baylorensis: AMNH 4342, a partial skull. Its type locality is Coffee Creek, 34 (Arroyo Formation), which is in a Kungurian terrestrial claystone/sandstone in the Arroyo Formation of Texas.
  • Conodectes favosus: AMNH 4342, a partial skull. Its type locality is Gray's Creek, 37 (Arroyo Formation), which is in a Kungurian terrestrial claystone/sandstone in the Arroyo Formation of Texas.
  • Desmospondylus anomalus: FMNH UC 664 and UC 665, a set of postcrania. Its type locality is Coffee Creek, 34 (Arroyo Formation), which is in a Kungurian terrestrial claystone/sandstone in the Arroyo Formation of Texas.

Ecology:

Distribution:

• Permian of United States (4: Oklahoma, Texas collections)

Total: 4 collections each including a single occurrence

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