Pampaphoneus

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Pampaphoneus
Temporal range: Middle Permian, 260 Ma
Scientific classification e
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Order: Therapsida
Suborder: Dinocephalia
Family: Anteosauridae
Subfamily: Syodontinae
Genus: Pampaphoneus
Cisneros et al., 2012
Type species
Pampaphoneus biccai
Cisneros et al., 2012

Pampaphoneus is an extinct genus of dinocephalians from the Middle Permian of Brazil. It is known from a well-preserved skull. The type species is Pampaphoneus biccai.[1][2] Below is a cladogram showing the phylogenetic placement of Pampaphoneus from Cisneros et al. (2012):

Pampaphoneus biccai was closely related to Australosyodon[3][4]

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Therapsida

Biarmosuchus tener


Dinocephalia


Estemmenosuchus uralensis




Ulemosaurus svijagensis



Tapinocaninus pamelae




Anteosauridae

Archaeosyodon praeventor



Anteosaurinae

Sinophoneus yumenensis




Titanophoneus adamanteus




Titanophoneus potens



Anteosaurus magnificus





Syodontinae

Pampaphoneus biccai




Notosyodon gusevi




Syodon biarmicum



Australosyodon nyaphuli









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