Jurassic labyrinthodont


THE discovery of a member of the Labyrinthodontia in the Surat Basin of Queensland, Australia, brings the last known occurrence of this amphibian subclass firmly into the Jurassic.

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WARREN, A. Jurassic labyrinthodont. Nature 265, 436–437 (1977). https://doi.org/10.1038/265436b0

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