Dromatherium Emmons 1857 (cynodont)

Osteichthyes - Therapsida

Full reference: E. Emmons. 1857. American Geology, Containing a Statement of the Principles of the Science with Full Illustrations of the Characteristic American Fossils. With an Atlas and a Geological Map of the United States Part IV:x-152

Parent taxon: Cynodontia according to Hopson and Kitching 1972

See also Carroll 1988, Emmons 1857, Hay 1902, Hay 1930, Huene 1940, Lydekker 1894, Osborn 1886 and Owen 1859

Sister taxa: Aelurosuchus, Charassognathidae, Chronoperatidae, Cromptodon, Cynognathidae, Cynognathoidea, Dviniidae, Epicynodontia, Gaumia, Gomphodontidae, Hahnia, Hwanghocynodon, Kunminia, Madysauridae, Mammaliamorpha, Masitisitherium, Mitredon, Nythosaurus, Procynosuchidae, Riograndidae, Therioherpetidae, Thrinaxodontidae

Subtaxa: Dromatherium sylvestre

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Type: Dromatherium sylvestre


Distribution: found only at New Egypt coal mine (Triassic of North Carolina)

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