Biostratigraphic and biogeographic context for tetrapod origins during the Devonian: Australian evidence
The geological context and evidence of age for three Australian occurrences attributed to Devonian tetrapods (trackways from Genoa River and the Grampians in Victoria, and an isolated jaw from Jemalong near Forbes in New South Wales) are discussed and updated. Associated fish remains indicate a Late Silurian or earliest Devonian age for the Grampians occurrence, and a Late Devonian (probably Frasnian) age for the Jemalong and Genoa River occurrences, although a Famennian age cannot be entirely...[Show more]
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