Scutosaurus karpinskii Amalitzky 1922 (parareptile)

Reptilia - Procolophonia - Pareiasauridae

Alternative combinations: Pareiosaurus karpinskii, Scutosaurus karpinsky

Synonyms: Pareiosaurus elegans Amalitzky 1922, Pareiosaurus horridus Amalitzky 1922, Pareiosaurus tuberculatus Amalitzky 1922, Proelginia permiana Hartmann-Weinberg 1937, Scutosaurus itelensis Ivakhnenko 1987, Scutosaurus permianus Hartmann-Weinberg 1937, Scutosaurus tuberculatus Amalitzky 1922

Full reference: V. P. Amalitzky. 1922. Diagnoses of the new forms of Vertebrates and Plants from the Upper Permian on North Dvina. Bulletin de l’Académie des Sciences de Russie, VIème série [Izvestiya Rossijskoj Akademii Nauk, VI seriya] 16:329-340

Belongs to Scutosaurus according to M. S. Y. Lee 2000

See also Amalitzky 1922, Efremov 1940, Hartmann-Weinberg 1930, Hartmann-Weinberg 1937, Ivakhnenko 2008 and Lee 1997

Sister taxa: none

Type specimens:

  • Scutosaurus karpinskii: PIN 2005/1532, a skeleton. Its type locality is Sokolki locality, PIN 2005, which is in a Severodvinian/Vyatkian terrestrial horizon in the Salarevo Formation of the Russian Federation.
  • Pareiosaurus elegans: PIN 2005/1538, a skeleton. Its type locality is Sokolki locality, PIN 2005, which is in a Severodvinian/Vyatkian terrestrial horizon in the Salarevo Formation of the Russian Federation.
  • Pareiosaurus horridus: PIN 2005/1535, a skeleton. Its type locality is Sokolki locality, PIN 2005, which is in a Severodvinian/Vyatkian terrestrial horizon in the Salarevo Formation of the Russian Federation.
  • Pareiosaurus tuberculatus: PIN 2005/1533, a skeleton. Its type locality is Sokolki locality, PIN 2005, which is in a Severodvinian/Vyatkian terrestrial horizon in the Salarevo Formation of the Russian Federation.
  • Proelginia permiana: PIN 156/2, a skull (without lower jaw). Its type locality is Semin Ovrag, PIN 156, which is in a Severodvinian terrestrial sandstone in the Russian Federation.
  • Scutosaurus itelensis:

Ecology: herbivore

Distribution:

• Severodvinian of the Russian Federation (2 collections)

Total: 2 collections including 3 occurrences

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