On the structure of the skin in Uranocentrodon (rhinesuchus) senekalensis, Van Hoepen
Findlay, G. H.
Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research
In the famous collection of fossil remains of the labyrinthodont Uranocentrodon, housed since 1911 in the Transvaal Museum, the bony skin armour from the ventral surface of the body of at least six individuals has been preserved. In spite of this lavish quantity of material only a few notes on the osseous skin structure were included in van Hoepen' s (1915) description, and all later papers have passed it by almost completely.
labyrinthodont; Uranocentrodon; armour