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The lower jaw of the labyrinthodont family brachyopidae

Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 20(2): 285-290
The lower jaw of the labyrinthodont family brachyopidae
A well-preserved labyrinthodont mandible referable to the brachyopid Brachyops allos Howie, 1972, was found in Queensland (Australia). Mandibular characteristics not previously reported are the exposure of the articular on the dorsal surface of the retroarticular process, a posterior extension of the angular beneath the retroarticular process, and the presence of relatively few large teeth which curve inwards.

Accession: 006712296

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