Pyozia mesenensis Anderson and Reisz 2004 (synapsid)

Osteichthyes - Synapsida - Varanopidae

Alternative combination: Pyozia mesensis

Full reference: J. S. Anderson and R. R. Reisz. 2004. Pyozia mesenensis, a new, small varanopid (Synapsida: Eupelycosauria) from Russia: ‘‘Pelycosaur’’ diversity in the Middle Permian. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 24(1):173-179

Belongs to Pyozia according to J. S. Anderson and R. R. Reisz 2004

See also Ivakhnenko 2008

Sister taxa: none

Type specimen: PIN 3717/33, a partial skeleton (anterior trunk incl. skull). Its type locality is Ust'-Nyafta, PIN 3717, Lower Mezen' River, which is in a Kazanian/Urzhumian terrestrial horizon in the Russian Federation.


Distribution: found only at Ust'-Nyafta, PIN 3717, Lower Mezen' River

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