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Cross-section of a labyrinthodont tooth. The labyrinthodonts flourished for more than 200 million years. Early labyrinthodont groups had massive stapes, likely primarily anchoring the brain case. — “Labyrinthodontia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
The brachyopid labyrinthodonts. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Geology Hadrokkosaurus bradyi from the Upper Moenkopi Formation of Arizona with a review of brachyopid labyrinthodonts. — “Brachyopoidea - Wikipedia”, it.wikipedia.org
It claims that these footprints are of a labyrinthodont (an early amphibian) but then says that it was And then it goes on to describe the tracks as resembling the foot of Ticinisuchus - a known early archosaur with no direct relationship to the labyrinthodonts. Something is awry here. — “Talk:Cheirotherium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org