Steganoposaurus Branson and Mehl 1932 (tetrapod)

Osteichthyes - Tetrapoda

Full reference: E. B. Branson and M. G. Mehl. 1932. Footprints records from the Paleozoic and Mesozoic of Missouri, Kansas, and Wyoming. Bulletin of the Geological Society of America 43:383-398

Parent taxon: Tetrapoda according to E. B. Branson and M. G. Mehl 1932

Sister taxa: Agadirichnus, Allopus, Amphibia, Antlerpeton, Austrobrachyops, Austrobrachyops jenseni, Aytonerpeton, Baphetoidea, Caerorhachidae, Casineria, Characichnos, Chroniosuchia, Collettosaurus, Colosteidae, Crassigyrinidae, Crucipes, Diploradus, Dipodiscus, Doragnathus, Eldeceeon, Erpetopus, Hemispondyla, Janusichnus, Kirktonecta, Koilops, Laoporus, Limnosceloides, Limnosceloides brachycoles, Limnosceloides dunkardensis, Lunaepes, Merifontichnus, Mesanerpeton, Microsauropus, Miosauria, Namuncurania malarguense, Nothosaurops occiduus, Ossirarus, Paleosauropus, Parmastega, Perittodus, Plesiosaurus vaccinsulensis, Polyptychodon mackesoni, Reniformichnus, Reptiliomorpha, Romeriscus, Romeriscus periallus, Sigournea, Silvanerpeton, Solenodonsaurus, Solidopus, Solidopus perissodactylus, Tambachichnium, Tantallognathus, Temnospondyli, Theriodesmus, Typopus, Wangwusaurus, Wangwusaurus tayuensis, Westlothiana, Whatcheeriidae

Subtaxa: Steganoposaurus belli

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Type: Steganoposaurus belli

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Distribution: found only at Sheep Mountain, near Lander ( of Wyoming)

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