ⓘ Llistrofus

                                     

ⓘ Llistrofus

Llistrofus was described by Canadian paleontologists Robert Carroll and Pamela Gaskill in 1978. The genus name is an anagram of Fort Sill, the historic name of the Richards Spur locality from which material of Llistrofus was collected. The species name, L. pricei, is given for the Brazilian paleontologist Llewellyn Price. The holotype of this taxon is currently reposited at the Field Museum of Natural History. The skull of the holotype was reappraised by Bolt & Rieppel in 2009. New material from Richards Spur was described by Gee et al. 2019.

                                     
  • characteristics of the skull do not support this idea. Hapsidopareion and Llistrofus both possess this embayment, but in Saxonerpeton, the temporal region
  • bones e.g., postorbital It is similar to the more recently described Llistrofus pricei in this regard, but can be differentiated from L. pricei by features
  • Leiocephalikon Pariotichus Sparodus Family Hapsidopareiontidae Hapsidopareion Llistrofus Ricnodon Saxonerpeton Family Ostodolepidae Micraroter Nannaroter Ostodolepis
  • basal microsaurs, such as Asaphestera, Saxonerpeton, Hyloplesion and Llistrofus Kirktonecta was first named by Jennifer A. Clack in 2011 and the type
  • PMID 12803423. Bolt, J.R. Rieppel, O. 2009 The holotype skull of Llistrofus pricei Carroll and Gaskill, 1978 Microsauria: Hapsidopareiontidae
  • Limnerpeton Limnoiketes Limnogyrinus Lisserpeton Lithobatrachus Llankibatrachus Llistrofus Longiscitula Loxomma Luzocephalus Lydekkerina Lyrocephaliscus Lysorophus
  • an amphibamid temnospondyl Euryodus primus, a gymnarthrid microsaur Llistrofus pricei, a hapsidopareiid microsaur Nannaroter mckinziei, an ostodolepid
  • Leonaspis Lepidodendron Lingula Lingulella Liroceras Lisca Lithophaga Llistrofus type locality for genus Lonchodomas Lutesvillia Lysorophus Macroleter
  • of Keraterpeton is published by Milner 2019 New fossil material of Llistrofus pricei, providing new information on the anatomy of this taxon, is described