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  Section: Anatomy of Vertebrate Animals » The Classification and the Osteology of the Reptilia
 
 
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The Homoeosauria

 
     
 

The remains of Lizards of small size, and agreeing in the most important points of their osteology with the ordinary Lacertilia, but having amphicoelous vertebrae, have been found in the older Mesozoic rocks, from the Solenhofen slates to the Trias inclusively. They cannot be identified with either the Rhynchocephala, or the Ascalabota, and may be provisionally grouped as Homoeosauria. The genera Homoeosaurus, Saphoeosaurus, and Telerpeton, belong to this group.


 
     
 
 
     



     
 
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