Scullya

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Scullya
Temporal range: Capitanian
Scientific classification e
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Order: Therapsida
Suborder: Dinocephalia
Family: Titanosuchidae
Genus: Scullya
Species: S. gigas
Binomial name
Scullya gigas
Broom, 1929

Scullya is an extinct genus of titanosuchian therapsids. It is known from a poorly preserved snout that shows no clear titanosuchian characters. The presence of teeth on the palate may be an anteosaurian character. It is considered an indeterminable specimen.[1]

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  1. ^ L.D. Boonstra, 1969, "The Fauna of the Tapinocephalus Zone(Beaufort beds of the Karoo)", pg 37