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|Artist's rendition of Pulmonoscorpius|
Its fossils were found at East Kirkton Quarry, West Lothian in Scotland. The diet of Pulmonoscorpius is not known directly, but smaller arthropods may have formed part of its diet, and its sting may have been able to fell small tetrapods.
- Andrew J. Jeram (1998). "Phylogeny, classification and evolution of Silurian and Devonian scorpions". In Paul A. Selden (ed.). Proceedings of the 17th European Colloquium of Arachnology, Edinburgh 1997 (PDF). British Arachnological Society. pp. 17–31. ISBN 0-9500093-2-6. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2011-07-25.
- Jennifer A. Clack (2002). "East Kirkton and the roots of the modern family tree". Gaining Ground: the Origin and Evolution of Tetrapods. Life of the past. Indiana University Press. pp. 212–233. ISBN 978-0-253-34054-2.
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