Coelurosauravus jaekeli

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Coelurosauravus jaekeli
Temporal range: Lopingian
~260.4–251 Ma
Coelurosauravus BW.jpg
Life restoration of Coelurosauravus (Weigeltisaurus) jaekeli
Scientific classification edit
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Reptilia
Family: Weigeltisauridae
Genus: Coelurosauravus
Species:
C. jaekeli
Binomial name
Coelurosauravus jaekeli
Weigelt, 1930
Synonyms
  • Palaeochamaeleo jaekeli
    Weigelt, 1930
  • Gracilisaurus ottoi
    Weigelt, 1930
  • Weigeltisaurus jaekeli
    Kuhn, 1939

Coelurosauravus jaekeli is an extinct species of weigeltisaurid reptile from the Late Permian of Germany and England. Originally named as Palaechamaeleo jaekeli in 1930, it was later assigned the name Weigeltisaurus jaekeli in 1939, when it was revealed that Palaeochamaeleo was a preocuppied name. A 1987 review later lumped Weigeltisaurus jaekeli under Coelurosauravus as a second species of that genus.[1] A 2015 study considered Weigeltisaurus to be a unique genus once again.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Evans, Susan E.; Haubold, Hartmut (1 July 1987). "A review of the Upper Permian genera Coelurosauravus, Weigeltisaurus and Gracilisaurus (Reptilia: Diapsida)". Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. 90 (3): 275–303. doi:10.1111/j.1096-3642.1987.tb01356.x. ISSN 0024-4082.
  2. ^ Bulanov, V.V.; Sennikov, A.G. (2015). "Substantiation of Validity of the Late Permian Genus Weigeltisaurus Kuhn, 1939 (Reptilia, Weigeltisauridae)". Paleontological Journal. 49 (10): 1101–1111. doi:10.1134/S0031030115110039.