Triaenopus Hitchcock 1845 (reptile)


Full reference: E. Hitchcock. 1845. An attempt to name, classify, and describe, the animals that made the fossil footmarks of New England. Sixth Annual Meeeting of the Association of American Geologists and Naturalists, New Haven, CT. Abstract and Proceedings 23-25

Parent taxon: Reptilia according to R. S. Lull 1904

See also Hitchcock 1845, Hitchcock 1848, Kuhn 1958, Kuhn 1963, Lull 1917 and Lull 1953

Sister taxa: Amblyglossae, Anapsida, Anhomoiichnium, Archaeosauria, Chelydosauria, Cunichnoides, Dimetropus, Dipnoa, Dravidosaurus, Dravidosaurus blanfordi, Ectocynodon ordinatus, Enaliosauria, Eupalamopus, Eureptilia, Glauconia, Gymnarthria, Herpetichnus, Holosauria, Hyperosauria, Ichthyosaurus inexpectus, Ischyrotherium, Isocampe, Kintneria, Lyognatha, Macelognatha, Monopnoa, Monozygocrotapha, Onychichnium, Oolithes, Ornithocephala, Pantestudines, Parareptilia, Pessopteryx arctica, Pessopteryx pinguis, Placodontomorpha, Plesiosaurus doedicomus, Proganosauromorpha, Proreptilia, Prosauria, Protorosauria, Puercosaurus, Puercosaurus obtusidens, Rhamphosauria, Rhizodonta, Rhynchosauroidae, Rigalites, Seps, Streptosauria, Svalbardosaurus, Svalbardosaurus crassidens, Testudinata, Theromorpha, Tocosauria, Zhengichnus

Subtaxa: Triaenopus baileyanus Triaenopus lulli

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Type: Sauroidichnites baileyi



• Jurassic of United States (5: Connecticut, Massachusetts collections)

Total: 5 collections including 7 occurrences

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