James L. Murphy, "Eryopsid Remains from the Conemaugh Group, Braxton County, West Virginia," Southeastern Geology 13, no. 4 (December 1971): 265-273.
Well-preserved skull, pectoral girdle, limb and vertebral elements of an Eryops specimen have been found in a roadcut near Sutton, Braxton County, West Virginia. The amphibian remains occurred in a green siltstone of unquestionable mid-Conemaugh age. Taxonomic difficulties involving the genus Glaukerpeton Romer and speciation within the genus Eryops are briefly discussed. The material has been deposited at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History.