Temporal range: Triassic,
|Genus:||† Tirraturhinus |
Nield, Damiani and Warren, 2006
Tirraturhinus is an extinct genus of trematosaurian temnospondyl within the family Trematosauridae.
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Deltacephalus is an extinct genus of prehistoric stereospondyl temnospondyl from Madagascar.
Inflectosuchus is an extinct genus of prehistoric amphibian.
Indolyrocephalus is an extinct genus of prehistoric amphibian.
Notobrachyops is a genus of brachyopid temnospondyl amphibian. It is known from a skull roof impression found in the Ashfield Shale of Mortdale, New South Wales, Australia. The Ashfield Shale has also yielded a shark species, a lungfish species, six species of paleoniscid fish, a species of holostean fish, a subholostean fish, and the labyrinthodont amphibian Paracyclotosaurus davidi.
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Osteophorus is an extinct genus of eryopoidean temnospondyl within the family Eryopidae. It is only known from the Permian of Poland.
Rewana is an extinct genus of prehistoric temnospondyls. Two species have been described from the Arcadia Formation of Australia.
Quasicyclotosaurus is an extinct genus of mastodonsauroid temnospondyl.
Prothoosuchus is an extinct genus of trematosaurian temnospondyl within the family Thoosuchidae.
Procochleosaurus is an extinct genus of cochleosaurid temnospondyl. Known from the Jarrow coal mines of Ireland, this genus is the oldest known member of the family Cochleosauridae. It was quite similar to Cochleosaurus, an early temnospondyl from the Czech Republic.
Plagiorophus is an extinct genus of prehistoric plagiosaurid. It is known from the Middle Triassic Bukobay Formation (Ladinian) and Donguz Formation (Anisian) of Russia.
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