Temporal range: Late Triassic
Irajatherium hernandezi is a species known only by a humerus, a femur, two jaws and an upper arch incomplete, has the upper canine teeth after pills across and the post-mandibular canines with a more developed central cusp, followed by three smaller ones. It was collected in the municipality of Faxinal do Soturno in Paleorrota, Brazil.
- Martinelli, A.G., Bonaparte, J.F., Schultz, C.L. and Rubert, R. (2005). "A new tritheledontid (Therapsid, Eucynodontia) from the Late Triassic Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil) and its phylogenetic relationships among carnivorous non-mammalian eucynodonts". Ameghiniana. 42 (1): 191–208.
- Revista Ciência Hoje Archived 2010-10-10 at the Wayback Machine.
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