Abstract

Isolated amphibian bones are preserved in freshwater sediments of the Namurian A Pomquet Formation near Grand Étang, Nova Scotia. This assemblage resembles other late Mississippian lakebed or estuarine faunas in that most of the remains can be confidently attributed to one or more taxa of embolomere (order Anthracosauria) or to the order Colosteoidea, although they are indeterminate at the level of genus and species. However, a number of tetrapod elements of uncertain affinities suggests a much more diverse fauna.

You do not currently have access to this article.