Chroniosaurus

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Chroniosaurus
Temporal range: 255 Ma
Upper Permian
Chroniosaurus dongusDB12.jpg
C. dongusensis
Scientific classification e
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Clade: Reptiliomorpha
Order: Chroniosuchia
Family: Chroniosuchidae
Genus: Chroniosaurus
Tverdochlebova, 1972
Species
  • C. dongusensis Tverdokhlebova, 1972 (type)
  • C. levis Golubev, 1998
Restoration of C. dongusensis

Chroniosaurus is an extinct genus of chroniosuchid reptiliomorph from upper Permian (upper Tatarian age) deposits of Novgorod, Orenburg and Vologda Regions, Russia.[1] It was first named by Tverdokhlebova in 1972 and the type species is Chroniosaurus dongusensis.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b V. K. Golubev (1998). "Revision of the Late Permian Chroniosuchians (Amphibia, Anthracosauromorpha) from Eastern Europe" (PDF). Paleontological Journal. 32 (4): 390–401.