Afairiguana avius Conrad et al. 2007 (squamates)

Reptilia - Squamata - Polychrotidae

Full reference: J. L. Conrad, O. Rieppel, and L. Grande. 2007. A Green River (Eocene) polychrotid (Squamata, Reptilia) and a re-examination of iguanian systematics. Journal of Paleontology 81(6):1365-1373

Belongs to Afairiguana according to J. L. Conrad et al. 2007

Sister taxa: none

Type specimen: FMNH PR 2379, a skeleton (nearly complete but weathered skeleton). Its type locality is Warfield Springs, which is in a Wasatchian lacustrine deltaic limestone in the Green River Formation of Wyoming.


Distribution: found only at Warfield Springs

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