Temporal range: Middle to Late Permian, 265.8–251 Ma
|An illustration of Milleretta|
Millerosauria is an order of Parareptiles that contains the families †Millerettidae and †Eunotosauridae. It is the sister group to the order Procolophonomorpha. It was named in 1957 by Watson. It was once considered a suborder of the disused group Captorhinida and was called Millerosauroidea. All members of this order are thought to be extinct. Eunotosaurus has been recovered as a stem-turtle in recent cladistic studies.
- "Millerosauria". Paleobiology Database. Retrieved 13 August 2013.
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- Schoch RR, Sues HD (2015) A Middle Triassic stem-turtle and the evolution of the turtle body plan. Nature doi: 10.1038/nature14472. [Epub ahead of print]