Eocaecilia micropodia
Eocaecilia micropodia est une espèce gymnophiones fossiles de la famille des Eocaeciliidae, la seule du genre Eocaecilia.

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Eocaecilia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Eocaecilia micropodia is an extinct species of caecilian (limbless amphibian) from the Early Jurassic Period in Arizona, USA. It shared some characteristics with ...
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Eocaecilia micropodia - Wikipédia
Jenkins & Walsh, 1993. Eocaecilia micropodia est une espèce gymnophiones fossiles de la famille des Eocaeciliidae, la seule du genre Eocaecilia.
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The Braincase of Eocaecilia micropodia (Lissamphibia ...
Abstract. The scant fossil record of caecilians has obscured the origin and evolution of this lissamphibian group. Eocaecilia micropodia from the Lower Jurassic ...
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ANATOMY OF EOCAECILIA MICROPODIA, A LIMBED ... - BioOne
Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 158(6): 285–366, August, 2007. 285. ANATOMY OF Eocaecilia micropodia, A LIMBED CAECILIAN. OF THE EARLY JURASSIC ...
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Eocaecilia micropodia - Palaeocritti - a guide to prehistoric animals
Eocaecilia micropodia. Authority, Jenkins and Walsh, 1993. Meaning of the generic name, Dawn Caecilian. Size, Skull length: 12.6 mm, Length: 15 cm. Remains ...
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Eocaecilia - ReptileEvolution.com
Eocaecilia micropodia (Jenkins and Walsh 1993) Early Jurassic ~190 mya, ~8 cm in length was derived from a sister to Adelospondylus and phylogenetically ...
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The Braincase of Eocaecilia micropodia (Lissamphibia ...
Title: The Braincase of Eocaecilia micropodia (Lissamphibia, Gymnophiona) and the Origin of Caecilians. Author: Maddin, Hillary Catherine; Anderson, Jason S.; ...
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File:Eocaecilia BW.jpg - Wikimedia Commons
11 Jun 2012 ... Description, Eocaecilia micropodia, an early caecilian from the Lower Jurassic of Arizona, pencil drawing. Date, 22 August 2007. Source, Own ...
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The Braincase of Eocaecilia micropodia (Lissamphibia, Gymnophiona)
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Paleobiology Database: Eocaecilia micropodia
Full reference: F. A. Jenkins and D. M. Walsh. 1993. An Early Jurassic caecilian with limbs. Nature 365:246-250. Belongs to Eocaecilia according to F. A. Jenkins ...
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Eocaecilia micropodia from the Lower Jurassic of North America remains the only stem-group caecilian with an almost complete skull preserved. However, this ...
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Zool., 158(6): 285–366, August, 2007 285 ANATOMY OF Eocaecilia micropodia, A LIMBED CAECILIAN OF THE EARLY JURASSIC FARISH A. JENKINS, ...
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Developmental morphological diversity in Caecilian Amphibians ...
Developmental morphological diversity in Caecilian Amphibians ...
Hendrik Muller, 2007
This raises questions regarding the caecilian affinities of the putative stem-line caecilian Eocaecilia micropodia. An open temporal region is present in the earliest known stem-group representatives of frogs and salamanders (and their ...
Herpetology: An Introductory Biology of Amphibians and Reptiles
Herpetology: An Introductory Biology of Amphibians and Reptiles
Laurie J. Vitt, Janalee P. Caldwell, 2013
This caecilian, Eocaecilia micropodia, is represented by most of the skeleton, including limb and girdle elements and the skull. The former ... Eocaecilia micropodia, however, does answer questions of skull and limb evolution in the Apoda.
Hearing and sound communication in amphibians
Hearing and sound communication in amphibians
P.M. Narins, 2007
Although living caecilians lack limbs and are nearly or completely tailless, a Jurassic fossil with legs and a tail has been identified as a caecilian: Eocaecilia micropodia has an elongate body and small but robust limbs (Jenkins and Walsh ...
Feeding: Form, Function and Evolution in Tetrapod Vertebrates
Feeding: Form, Function and Evolution in Tetrapod Vertebrates
Kurt Schwenk, 2000
The only fossil material that has been attributed to Gymnophiona that includes cranial material is Eocaecilia micropodia from the early Iurassic. This species is thought to be the closest known outgroup to living caecilians Ienkins and Walsh, ...
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