DescriptionIt was one of the more mammal-like of the "mammal-like reptiles" dominant group, a metre-long predator of the Lower-Middle Triassic, a member of a group called Eucynodontia. The genus Cynognathus had a more-or-less worldwide
ReferencesSeeley (1895), "Researches on the structure, organization and classification of the fossil Reptilia. Part IX, section 1. On the Therosuchia". Phil. Transactions of the Roy. Soc. of London, series B 185 (21), p. 987-1018.
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