“Joggins - Life in the Carboniferous” by Brian Choo

“A representation of the fauna of Canada’s World Heritage Joggins Fossil Cliffs. The temnospondyl Dendrerpeton chases a pair of early reptiles (Hylonomus) up a lycopod tree. The little microsaurian amphibian Asaphestera scuttles into the undergrowth. Behind them, the giant millipede-like arthropod Arthropleura forages unconcerned.”

And I have to add this Arthropleura reconstruction from the Museum of Natural History, Chemnitz: