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The palaeoecology of the non-mammalian cynodonts Diademodon
A giant skull of the temnospondyl Xenotosuchus africanus from the
sic Cynognathus Assemblage Zone (AZ), the uppermost bio− zone of the Beaufort stone unit of the Early to Middle Triassic Cynognathus AZ,.
1 Assignment Discovery Online Curriculum Lesson title: Continental
Cynognathus: a land reptile found in South America and Africa. • Lystrosaurus: a land reptile found in Africa, Antarctica, and India.
Identification of the Lystrosaurus and/or Cynognathus “beds” or “zones” has of Early Triassic tetrapods, especially the genera Lystrosaurus and Cynognathus.
Essentials of Geology Plate Tectonics: A Unifying Theory
Cynognathus. • Mesosaurus. • Lystrosaurus.

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Cynognathus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cynognathus crateronotus was a metre-long predator of the Early to Middle Triassic.
Cynognathus - Therapsid Cynognathus Characteristics, Behavior
The most mammal-like of the "mammal-like reptiles.
Cynognathus Printout - Enchanted Learning Software
Cynognathus Printout. Cynognathus was a therapsid with dog-like teeth - it lived during the Triassic period.
Cynognathus - Dinosaurs For Kids -
Learn about The Cynognathus a member of the Synapsida (Cynodontia) Group, with
Cynognathus Facts
Cynognathus facts - length, width, type, habitat, diet, interesting cynognathus facts.

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