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Pareiasaurus Adult Skull Profile measures 10.8×9.3×5.4 inches. Pareiasaurus Adult Skull Profile is museum quality polyurethane Cast. Made in the USA. Deltavjatia vjatkensis is the scientific name. Our precise skull can be used as a teaching tool, museum skull exhibit, home decor skull, or office decor skull.
In the collection of Koltelnich Paleontological Museum Age: 255 million years ago, Upper permian, Paleozoic Era. Locality: Koltelnich locality of Upper Permian vertebrate fauna, Russia.
Pareiasaurus or Deltavjatia vjatkensis are the most popular group of Permian reptiles is plant eating lizards. Pareiasaurs (meaning “big cheek lizards”) they lived in permian deltas and near the rivers.
Deltavjatia was an herbivore and lived in what is now Russia. Found in the Kotelnich locality of Upper Permian vertebrate fauna.
Pareiasaurus or Deltavjatia vjatkensis is in the collection of: Koltelnich Paleontological Museum. Age: 255 million years ago, Upper Permian, Paleozoic Era. Locality: Koltelnich locality of Upper Permian vertebrate fauna, Russia.
Pareiasaurus or Deltavjatia vjatkensis is an extinct genus of anapsid reptile from the Permian period. It was a typical member of its family, the pareiasaurs, which take their name from this genus. Fossils have been found in the Beaufort Group.
Pareiasaurus or Deltavjatia vjatkensis is a large quadruped, about 8.2 ft. long, with elephantine legs, walking in a typically reptilian posture. The skull is broad and the snout short. Its skull had several spine and wart like protrusions.
Deltavjatia vjatkensis leaf-shaped teeth, ideal for biting through tough plant fibers, indicate it was a herbivore. Even the palate had teeth.
Originally described as a species by Hartmann-Weinberg in 1933 from a skull, it has since been found to have more primitive features and a new genus has been erected by Lebedev in 1987. Recently, a complete skeleton of this animal has been found.
Deltavjatia vjatkensis snout is heavily armoured, and bears a horn-like boss. The teeth are equipped with 11 (or possibly 13 or 15) cusps. This is a large animal; the skull is about 50 cm in length. This species might be ancestral to Pareiasaurus peringueyi.
It is represented by a nearly complete skeleton from the Zak River, South Africa. It is distinguished especially by the large quadrato-jugal region inclined far outwards and forwards so that its lower border makes an angle of about 120 degrees with the maxillary border; this cheek bears large bony bosses.
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