Diplocaulus (meaning "double caul") is an extinct genus of which lived from the Late to periods of and . Diplocaulus are by far the largest and most well-known lepospondyls, characterized by a distinctive -shaped skull. Remains attributed to Diplocaulus have been found from the of and represent the youngest known occurrence of a lepospondyl.

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