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http://tolweb.org/Dissorophoidea/17607

 Ecolsonia cutlerensis

Elginerpeton,

The very earliest discovered amphibian is Elginerpeton, which was found in Scotland and dates back 368 million years.

eogyrinius

eogyrinus3

 

  • Eryops was a temnospondyl from the Early Permian of North America. It had a massive skeleton and heavy limbs. Eryops was about 2 m long and was the top carnivore, eating fish and small tetrapods.

  

Artistic reconstruction of Eryops, from http://www.myherp.com

Eucritta (Dmitri Bogdanov)

eucritta

Eucritta (Dmitri Bogdanov)

Early Carboniferous (350 million years ago)Small size; long tail / Isectivore ?

The name Eucritta (“creature”) doesn’t seem particularly informative, unless you combine this Carboniferousgenus with its only known species: Eucritta melanolimnetes, or “creature from the Black Lagoon.” Unlike the star of that 1950′s horror flick, Eucritta was extremely tiny, less than a foot long and only weighing a few ounces. The reason it earns its “creature” status is that Eucritta presents a puzzling mix of tetrapodamphibian and reptilian characteristics, which makes it a bit of a monster–at least in evolutionary terms, if not in terms of its size or temperament.

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Fedexia striegeli

 

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  • Ichthyostega was a large carnivore, ranging in size from 0.5 – 1.2 m. The earliest known Ichthyostega comes from 363 million year old deposits in Greenland. It was largely aquatic but had massive broad ribs that could have been used for support of internal organs while on land.

Rekonstruktion von Ichtyostega

ICHTYOSTEGIA (orde )

The earliest well known amphibians come from the Late Devonian, some 360 million years ago, and areAcanthostega and Ichthyostega.

Figure 1. Reconstruction of Ichthyostega, showing skull, vertebral column, and limbs, and its hind limb based on a specimen collected in 1987. Note the seven digits on the hind limb (from Clack).
Reconstructions of (a) Acanthostega and (b)Ichthyostega, from Benton, 1997.

Artistic reconstruction of Ichthyostega, fromhttp://www.myherp.com

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Koskinodon

Koskinodon

The temnospondyl amphibian Koskinonodon of the late Triassic at @AMNH

 

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