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Broomia perplexa, gen et sp n, a fossil Reptile from South Africa


, : Broomia perplexa, gen et sp n, a fossil Reptile from South Africa. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 995-1010



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Thommasen H.; Carroll R.L., 1981: Broomia perplexa the oldest known millerettid reptile. B. perplexa is a primitive sauropsid reptile from the Middle Permian of South Africa. Preparation of the type specimen indicates that Watson's original description was in error in describing features of palate, carpus and tarsus that appeared...

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