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The Pangenean reptile, Lystrosaurus maccaigi, in the Lower Triassic of Antarctica


, : The Pangenean reptile, Lystrosaurus maccaigi, in the Lower Triassic of Antarctica. Journal of Paleontology, 562: 371-385

Two cranial portions of the anomodont species, L. maccaigi, from the Lower Triassic Fremouw Formation of Antarctica are described. Taxonomy of the genus is discussed. L. maccaigi is a valid species. Distribution of the species of Lystrosaurus over the Pangaean Continent is examined and is consistent with the view that a single, rather uniform, vertebrate community was ubiquitous over most of the available terrestrial habitat of the time. The Lystrosaurus complex was an important ecologic component of this community.

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DOI: 10.2307/1304463


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