Captured during herp survey
Hanging out along Spindletop Bayou
At Koh Phangan Heritage Garden.
Archosauromorpha (Greek for "ruling lizard forms") is an infraclass of diapsid reptiles that first appeared during the late Permian and became more common during the Triassic. It was defined by Jacques Gauthier, Arnold G. Kluge and Timothy Rowe (1988) as the group containing "archosaurs and all other saurians that are closer to archosaurs (s.s.) than they are to lepidosaurs (s.s.)" . In a later publication, Michel Laurin (1991) defined Archosauromorpha as the clade containing the most