Eupalamopus Hay 1902 (reptile)

Reptilia

Synonym: Palamopus Hitchcock 1848 [replaced name]

Full reference: O. P. Hay. 1902. Bibliography and Catalogue of the Fossil Vertebrata of North America. Bulletin of the United States Geological Survey 179:1-868

Parent taxon: Reptilia according to R. S. Lull 1904

See also Hay 1902, Hitchcock 1848, Hitchcock 1898, Kuhn 1958 and Lull 1917

Sister taxa: Amblyglossae, Anapsida, Anhomoiichnium, Chelydosauria, Cunichnoides, Dimetropus, Dipnoa, Dravidosaurus, Dravidosaurus blanfordi, Ectocynodon ordinatus, Enaliosauria, Eureptilia, Glauconia, Gymnarthria, Herpetichnus, Hyperosauria, Ichthyosaurus inexpectus, Ischyrotherium, Isocampe, Kintneria, Lyognatha, Macelognatha, Monopnoa, Monozygocrotapha, Onychichnium, Oolithes, Ornithocephala, Pantestudines, Parareptilia, Pessopteryx arctica, Pessopteryx pinguis, Placodontomorpha, Plesiosaurus doedicomus, Proganosauromorpha, Proreptilia, Prosauria, Protorosauria, Puercosaurus, Puercosaurus obtusidens, Rhamphosauria, Rhizodonta, Rhynchosauroidae, Rigalites, Seps, Streptosauria, Svalbardosaurus, Svalbardosaurus crassidens, Testudinata, Theromorpha, Tocosauria, Triaenopus, Zhengichnus

Subtaxa: Eupalamopus dananus

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Type: Palamopus dananus

Ecology:

Distribution:

• Jurassic of United States (2: Massachusetts collections)

Total: 2 collections each including a single occurrence

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