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Batrachopus deweyi
Reptilia  Batrachopodidae
Taxonomy
Sauroidichnites deweyi was named by Hitchcock (1843). It is considered to be a form taxon. Its type specimen is AC 26/5, 26/6, a footprint, and it is a trace fossil. Its type locality is below Turners Falls, tracksite, which is in a Hettangian/Sinemurian fluviallacustrine sandstone/shale in the Portland Formation of Massachusetts. It is the type species of Anisichnus.
It was recombined as Batrachoidichnites deweyi by Hitchcock (1844); it was recombined as Batrachopus deweyanus by Hitchcock (1845); it was recombined as Anisopus deweyanus by Hitchcock (1848), Hitchcock (1855), Hitchcock (1858), Deane (1861) and Lyman (1894); it was recombined as Anisichnus deweyanus by Hitchcock (1871), Hitchcock (1889) and Hitchcock (1898); it was recombined as Batrachopus deweyi by Lull (1904), Lull (1915), Lull (1917), Lull (1953), Kuhn (1963), Lapparent and Montenat (1967), Haubold (1969), Olsen (1980), Olsen and Galton (1984), Olsen and Padian (1986), Demathieu and Sciau (1992), Demathieu (1993), Hunt and Lucas (2006), Gallagher and Hanczaryk (2006), Hunt and Lucas (2006) and Rainforth (2007).
It was recombined as Batrachoidichnites deweyi by Hitchcock (1844); it was recombined as Batrachopus deweyanus by Hitchcock (1845); it was recombined as Anisopus deweyanus by Hitchcock (1848), Hitchcock (1855), Hitchcock (1858), Deane (1861) and Lyman (1894); it was recombined as Anisichnus deweyanus by Hitchcock (1871), Hitchcock (1889) and Hitchcock (1898); it was recombined as Batrachopus deweyi by Lull (1904), Lull (1915), Lull (1917), Lull (1953), Kuhn (1963), Lapparent and Montenat (1967), Haubold (1969), Olsen (1980), Olsen and Galton (1984), Olsen and Padian (1986), Demathieu and Sciau (1992), Demathieu (1993), Hunt and Lucas (2006), Gallagher and Hanczaryk (2006), Hunt and Lucas (2006) and Rainforth (2007).
Synonyms

Synonymy list
Year  Name and author 

1837  Ornithichnites parvulus Hitchcock p. 175 
1841  Palamopus palmatus Hitchcock 
1843  Ornithoidichnites rogersi Hitchcock p. 256 
1843  Sauroidichnites deweyi Hitchcock p. 261 figs. Pl. 11:9 
1844  Batrachoidichnites deweyi Hitchcock p. 308 
1845  Batrachopus parvulus Hitchcock 
1845  Palamopus palmatus Hitchcock 
1845  Sillimanius rogersianus Hitchcock p. 24 
1845  Batrachopus deweyanus Hitchcock p. 25 
1848  Anisopus deweyanus Hitchcock p. 226 
1848  Macropterna rhynchosauroidea Hitchcock p. 233 figs. Pl. 15:9 
1855  Anisopus deweyanus Hitchcock p. 394 
1858  Anisopus deweyanus Hitchcock p. 60 
1858  Orthodactylus floriferus Hitchcock p. 114 
1858  Orthodactylus introvergens Hitchcock p. 114 
1858  Antipus flexiloquus Hitchcock p. 115 
1858  Orthodactylus linearis Hitchcock p. 115 
1858  Stenodactylus curvatus Hitchcock p. 116 
1858  Arachichnus dehiscens Hitchcock p. 117 
1858  Macropterna vulgaris Hitchcock p. 128 
1858  Macropterna gracilipes Hitchcock p. 129–130 
1858  Cheirotheroides pilulatus Hitchcock p. 130 figs. Pl. 23:4 
1858  Chelonoides incedens Hitchcock p. 140 
1858  Exocampe arcta Hitchcock p. 142 
1858  Exocampe ornata Hitchcock p. 143 
1861  Orthodactylus floriferus Deane p. 45 
1861  Anisopus deweyanus Deane p. 46 
1861  Macropterna gracilipes Deane p. 47 
1861  Macropterna vulgaris Deane p. 47 
1861  Exocampe arcta Deane p. 57 
1861  Exocampe ornata Deane p. 57 
1861  Orthodactylus linearis Deane p. 57 
1862  Exocampe minimus Hitchcock p. 86 
1865  Exocampe minima Hitchcock p. 11 figs. Pl. 18:3 
1871  Anisichnus deweyanus Hitchcock p. xxi 
1871  Antipus flexiloquus Hitchcock p. xxi 
1871  Arachichnus dehiscens Hitchcock p. xxi 
1871  Cheirotheroides pilulatus Hitchcock p. xxi 
1871  Chelonioides incedens Hitchcock p. xxi 
1871  Exocampe arcta Hitchcock p. xxi 
1871  Exocampe minima Hitchcock p. xxi 
1871  Exocampe ornata Hitchcock p. xxi 
1871  Macropterna gracilipes Hitchcock p. xxi 
1871  Macropterna vulgaris Hitchcock p. xxi 
1871  Orthodactylus floriferus Hitchcock p. xxi 
1871  Orthodactylus introvergens Hitchcock p. xxi 
1871  Orthodactylus linearis Hitchcock p. xxi 
1871  Stenodactylus curvatus Hitchcock p. xxi 
1889  Anisichnus deweyanus Hitchcock p. 119 
1889  Antipus flexiloquus Hitchcock p. 119 
1889  Arachichnus dehiscens Hitchcock p. 119 
1889  Cheirotheroides pilulatus Hitchcock p. 119 
1889  Chelonoides incedens Hitchcock p. 119 
1889  Exocampe arcta Hitchcock p. 119 
1889  Exocampe minima Hitchcock p. 119 
1889  Exocampe ornata Hitchcock p. 119 
1889  Macropterna gracilipes Hitchcock p. 119 
1889  Macropterna vulgaris Hitchcock p. 119 
1889  Orthodactylus floriferus Hitchcock p. 119 
1889  Orthodactylus introvergens Hitchcock p. 119 
1889  Orthodactylus linearis Hitchcock p. 119 
1889  Stenodactylus curvatus Hitchcock p. 119 
1894  Anisopus deweyanus Lyman p. 205 
1894  Arachichnus dehiscens Lyman p. 206 
1894  Cheirotheroides pilulatus Lyman p. 206 
1894  Chelonoides incedens Lyman p. 206 
1894  Exocampe arcta Lyman p. 206 
1894  Exocampe ornata Lyman p. 206 
1894  Macropterna gracilipes Lyman p. 206 
1894  Macropterna vulgaris Lyman p. 206 
1894  Orthodactylus floriferus Lyman p. 206 
1894  Orthodactylus introvergens Lyman p. 206 
1894  Orthodactylus linearis Lyman p. 206 
1894  Stenodactylus curvatus Lyman p. 206 
1895  Stenodactylus curvatus Lyman figs. Pl. 609 
1898  Anisichnus deweyanus Hitchcock p. 402 
1898  Antipus flexiloquus Hitchcock p. 402 
1898  Arachichnus dehiscens Hitchcock p. 402 
1898  Cheirotheroides pilulatus Hitchcock p. 402 
1898  Exocampe arcta Hitchcock p. 402 
1898  Exocampe minima Hitchcock p. 402 
1898  Exocampe ornata Hitchcock p. 402 
1898  Macropterna gracilipes Hitchcock p. 402 
1898  Macropterna vulgaris Hitchcock p. 402 
1898  Orthodactylus floriferus Hitchcock p. 402 
1898  Orthodactylus introvergens Hitchcock p. 402 
1898  Orthodactylus linearis Hitchcock p. 402 
1898  Stenodactylus curvatus Hitchcock p. 402 
1904  Batrachopus deweyi Lull p. 483 
1904  Chelonoides incedens Lull pp. 529530 
1904  Palamopus gracilipes Lull p. 533 
1904  Palamopus rogersianus Lull p. 533 
1904  Exocampe arcta Lull p. 534 
1904  Exocampe minima Lull pp. 534535 
1904  Exocampe ornata Lull p. 534 
1904  Orthodactylus floriferus Lull p. 535 
1904  Orthodactylus introvergens Lull p. 535 
1904  Antipus flexiloquus Lull p. 536 
1904  Orthodactylus linearis Lull p. 536 
1904  Sustenodactylus curvatus Lull p. 537 
1904  Arachichnus dehiscens Lull p. 539 
1915  Batrachopus deweyi Lull p. 175 
1915  Cheirotheroides pilulatus Lull p. 179 
1917  Batrachopus deweyi Lull p. 113 
1917  Cheirotheroides pilulatus Lull p. 114 
1917  Chelonoides incedens Lull p. 123 
1917  Exocampe arcta Lull p. 124 
1917  Exocampe minima Lull p. 124 
1917  Exocampe ornata Lull p. 124 
1917  Palamopus gracilipes Lull p. 124 
1917  Palamopus palmatus Lull p. 124 
1917  Palamopus rogersi Lull p. 124 
1917  Antipus flexiloquus Lull p. 125 
1917  Orthodactylus floriferus Lull p. 125 
1917  Orthodactylus introvergens Lull p. 125 
1917  Orthodactylus linearis Lull p. 125 
1917  Sustenodactylus curvatus Lull p. 125 
1917  Arachichnus dehiscens Lull p. 126 
1953  Batrachopus deweyi Lull p. 237 
1963  Batrachopus deweyi Kuhn p. 66 
1967  Batrachopus deweyi Lapparent and Montenat p. 13 
1969  Batrachopus deweyi Haubold p. 98 fig. 7 
1969  Cheirotheroides pilulatus Haubold p. 98 fig. 7 
1980  Batrachopus deweyi Olsen p. 32 
1984  Batrachopus deweyi Olsen and Galton p. 98 fig. 4 
1986  Batrachopus deweyi Olsen and Padian p. 261 
1986  Batrachopus parvulus Olsen and Padian p. 261 
1992  Batrachopus deweyi Demathieu and Sciau p. 1561 
1993  Batrachopus deweyi Demathieu p. 232 
2006  Batrachopus deweyi Gallagher and Hanczaryk p. 240 
2006  Batrachopus deweyi Hunt and Lucas p. 165 
2007  Batrachopus deweyi Rainforth p. 54 
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Diagnosis
No diagnoses are available