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Gymnophiona

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Eocaecilia, secundus a primo caeciliano stemmatis notus

Classis : Amphibia 
Subclassis : Lissamphibia 
Ordo : Gymnophiona 
Rafinesque, 1814
   
Palaeontologia

Gymnophiona (a Graecis γυμνος 'nudus' + οφις 'anguis'[2]) sunt caeciliani cruribus carentes atque omnia amphibia cum eis artius conectis quam anuris et caudatis.[3] Corpus est cylindricum et colore brunneo vel coracino. Cutis est limosa, strias vel maculas anulares ferens, minutis squamis dermalibus praedita.

Cognationes[recensere | fontem recensere]

Recentissima caecilianorum phylogenia in indiciis molecularibus mitogenomicisque a San Mauro et aliis (2014) investigatis condita est.[4]

Gymnophiona

Eocaecilia micropodia




Rubricacaecilia monbaroni


Apoda

Rhinatrematidae


 Stegokrotaphia

Ichthyophiidae


 Teresomata

Scolecomorphidae





Chikilidae



Herpelidae






Caeciliidae



Typhlonectidae





Indotyphlidae




Dermophiidae



Siphonopidae











Nexus interni

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Nussbaum, Ronald A. (1998). Cogger, H. G.. ed. Encyclopedia of Reptiles and Amphibians. Didacopoli: Academic Press. pp. 52–59. ISBN 0-12-178560-2 .
  2. Quia caeciliani primum anguibus cognati habebantur.
  3. Evans, Susan E.; Sigogneau-Russell, Denise (2001). "A stem-group caecilian (Lissamphibia: Gymnophiona) from the Lower Cretaceous of North Africa". Palaeontology 44 (2): 259 
  4. San Mauro, D.; Gower, D. J.; Müller, H.; Loader, S. P.; Zardoya, R.; Nussbaum, R. A.; Wilkinson, M. (2014). "Life-history evolution and mitogenomic phylogeny of caecilian amphibians". Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 73: 177–189 .

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Evans, Susan E., et Denise Sigogneau-Russell. 2001. A stem-group caecilian (Lissamphibia: Gymnophiona) from the Lower Cretaceous of North Africa. Palaeontology 44(2): 259. doi:10.1111/1475-4983.00179.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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