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Mesenosaurus romeri

Taxonomy:Diapsida: Eosuchia Mesenosauridae
Age:Later Permian, Zone II, 25O million years ago
Locality:Mesen River, Northern part of European Russia
Length:0.37 meters


Mesenosaurus romeri was a small, insectivorous eusuchian, the group of reptiles eventualy originated lizards and archosaurs, which would became the proeminent group in the mesozoic. This plaque is a replica from this iguana-sized diapsid and the shipping for this one is free!


Mesenosaurus romeri
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