Tetrapod Devonian Tetrapods
- The Evolution of Fins and Limbs More Similar Than Originally Believed
- Tetrapods – from the superclass Tetrapoda (meaning four-footed in Ancient Greek) – consists of the first four-limbed vertebrates as well as their descendants and includes reptiles, amphibians, birds, and mammals.
- Scotland holds the key to understanding how life first walked on land
- The mystery begins at the end of the Devonian, a time period famous for its fishes.
- Romer's Gap, a missing page
- “The tetrapods we know from the latest Devonian would have been strange to our eyes,” Dr Stig Walsh, Senior Curator of Vertebrate Palaeobiology at the National Museum of Scotland (NMS), Edinburgh, explains.
- After a Mass Extinction, Only the Small Survive
- The deep freeze was brutal both for fishes and for the early land vertebrates (known as tetrapods) that were just starting to clamber around on feet with toes. An estimated 96 percent of all ... Working with Andrew K.
- Lungfishes are not airheads
- In fact, our knowledge of extant lungfishes, their biology, and their evolutionary relationships to other fishes or tetrapods was confusing at first.
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