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Published: 05 September 2002
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2003) 40 (8): 1071–1083.
... are found to be sister taxa to Coloraderpeton and Oestocephalus,with Ophiderpeton and Lethiscus placed as successively more distant taxa. This topology renders Ophiderpetontidae, as previously conceived, paraphyletic. Lethiscus is confirmed to be the most basal aistopod. A new classification of Aistopoda...
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Published: 01 June 1987
Journal of the Geological Society (1987) 144 (3): 495–506.
.... Milner 1980a). The isolated element from Newsham identified by Boyd (1984) as a possible colosteid interclavicle is here considered to be indeterminate and is not included in the Appendix. The following three groups either have a tangible pre-Westphalian fossil record (Aistopoda, Anthracosauria) or can...
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Published: 14 April 2003
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2003) 40 (4): 499–505.
... Phlegethontiidae (Amphibia, Aïstopoda) . Annals of the Carnegie Museum , 47 : 53 – 79 . McGinnis H.J. 1967 . The osteology of Phlegethontia , a Carboniferous and Permian aïstopod amphibian . University of California Publications in Geological Science , 71, pp.  1 – 46 . Modesto S.P...
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Published: 11 April 2003
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2003) 40 (4): 507–514.
... ) obtusum , Amphibamus grandiceps , ? Branchiosaurus sp. indet.; Anthracosauria: Spondylerpeton spinatum ; Aïstopoda: Aornerpeton ( Phlegethontia ) mazonense , Oestocephalus ( Ophiderpeton ) sp.; Nectridea: Ptyonius marshii ; Lysorophia: Brachydectes newberryi ; and Microsauria: species incertae...
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Journal: Paleobiology
Published: 03 May 2013
Paleobiology (2013) 39 (3): 400–428.
..., and quantify the magnitude of intraspecific variation. Historically, M. pelikani and H. longicostatum were considered to be members of “Microsauria,” one of a number of groups of diminutive early tetrapods (e.g., Aistopoda, Nectridea, Lysorophia) included in the clade Lepospondyli ( Carroll and Gaskill...
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Published: 30 April 2003
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2003) 40 (4): 573–588.
.... The Aistopoda have the dual privilege of being both the first lepospondyls to appear in the fossil record and also the most highly modified of all lepospondyls. Only a single taxon, Ophiderpeton preserves any vestiges of the pectoral girdle elements. Otherwise, all other aistopods have completely lost both...
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