Alternative combination: Buettneria perfecta
Synonyms: Borborophagus wyomingensis Branson and Mehl 1929, Buettneria calgariensis Green 1954, Buettneria howardensis Sawin 1944, Kalamoiketer pinkleyi Branson and Mehl 1929, Koskinonodon princeps Branson and Mehl 1929
Full reference: E. C. Case. 1922. New reptiles and stegocephalians from the Upper Triassic of western Texas. Carnegie Institute of Washington Publication 221:1-84
Sister taxa: none
- Koskinonodon perfectus: UMMP 7475, a skull (Complete skull). Its type locality is Sand Creek breaks, which is in a Carnian/Norian crevasse splay mudstone in the Tecovas Formation of Texas.
- Borborophagus wyomingensis: UM VP 517, a skull (Complete skull). Its type locality is Sage Creek locality, Univ. Missouri, 1927, which is in a Carnian terrestrial horizon in the Popo Agie Formation of Wyoming.
- Buettneria calgariensis:
- Buettneria howardensis: Its type locality is Otis Chalk Quarry 3, TMM 31100, which is in a Norian crevasse splay mudstone in the Colorado City Formation of Texas.
- Kalamoiketer pinkleyi: UM 554VP, a partial skull.
- Koskinonodon princeps: UM VP 537, a skull. Its type locality is Bull Lake Creek, which is in a Carnian terrestrial horizon in the Popo Agie Formation of Wyoming.
Ecology: amphibious carnivore
Total: 62 collections including 63 occurrences
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