Several skulls and skeletons have been attributed to Proterosuchus, the basalmost archosauriform. Unfortunately the holotype is the worst of the lot.
A recent paper by Ezcurra and Butler 2014 explores the many skulls of Proterosuchus.
From the abstract
“Based upon a comprehensive re-examination of all known specimens, as well as examination of other proterosuchid taxa in collections worldwide, we conclude that the holotype of Proterosuchus fergusi (Fig. 1) is undiagnostic… As a result, we recognize a minimum of four archosauriform species following the Permo-Triassic mass extinction in South Africa. Our results suggest a greater species richness of earliest Triassic archosauriforms than previously appreciated, but that archosauriform morphological disparity remained low and did not expand until the late Early Triassic – early Mid-Triassic.”
This skull, IMHO, cannot be used in phylogenetic analysis, and it hasn’t been used in that way. However, add a few other taxa identified by museum numbers and you’re good to go.
Broom R. 1903. On a new reptile (Proterosuchus fergusi) from the Karroo beds of Tarkastad, South Africa. Annals of the South African Museum 4: 159–164.
Ezcurra, MD and Butler RJ. 2014. Taxonomy of the proterosuchid archosauriforms (Diapsida: Archosauromorpha) from the earliest Triassic of South Africa, and implications for the early archosauriform radiation. Palaeontology. (advance online publication)
DOI: 10.1111/pala.12130 http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/pala.12130/abstract
Ezcurra MD, Butler RJ and Gower D 2013. ‘Proterosuchia’: the orign and early history of Archosauriformes. Pp. 9–33 in S. J. Nesbitt, J. B. Desojo, R. B. Irmis (eds) Anatomy, Phylogeny and Palaeobiology of Early Archosaurs and Their Kin. Geological Society, London, Special Publications 379.
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