Figure 2: Tetrapods from the Cisuralian of northeastern Brazil. | Nature Communications

Figure 2: Tetrapods from the Cisuralian of northeastern Brazil.

From: New Permian fauna from tropical Gondwana

Figure 2

(ac) The trimerorhachid Procuhy nazariensis n. g. n. sp. (UFPI PV011), skull roof in ventral view and left hemimandibular ramus partially preserved in lingual view. a.c., anterior coronoid; ang, angular; ar, articular; d, dentary; f, frontal; fr, frontal; g.arc, arcadian groove; h, hamate process; it, intertemporal; j, jugal; l, lacrimal; m.c., middle coronoid; m, maxilla; n, nasal; p, parietal; pa, parietal; part, prearticular; p.c., posterior coronoid; pf, postfrontal; po, postorbital; pp, postparietal; prf, prefrontal; p.ra, retroarticular process; s, splenial; sq, squamosal; st, supratemporal; t, tabular; t, tooth. (d,e) partial skull table of a rhinesuchid (UFPI PV007) in ventral view, (f), right hemimandibular ramus of a rhinesuchid (UFPI PV003). f, frontal; fr, frontal; it, intertemporal; j, jugal; l, lacrimal; m, maxilla; n, nasal; p, parietal; pa, parietal; pf, postfrontal; po, postorbital; pp, postparietal; prf, prefrontal; sq, squamosal; st, supratemporal; t, tabular. (g) Right hemimandibular ramus of Captorhinus aguti, natural mould (UFPI PV014), anterior to the right. (h) Left hemimandibular ramus of Captorhinus aguti, in occlusal view, from Oklahoma, USA (FMNH PR 2107). Scale bar, 50 mm (ae) 200 mm (f) and 10 mm (g,h).

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