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Reptilia - Procolophonidae
It was recombined as Orenburgia enigmaticus by Spencer and Benton (2000); it was recombined as Orenburgia enigmatica by Ivakhnenko (1975), Ivakhnenko (1976), Novikov (1991) and Ivakhnenko (2008).
|Year||Name and author|
|1956||Tichvinskia enigmatica Chudinov and Vjushkov p. 549 fig. 4|
|1975||Orenburgia enigmatica Ivakhnenko p. 92|
|1976||Orenburgia enigmatica Ivakhnenko p. 89|
|1991||Orenburgia enigmatica Novikov pp. 74, 76 figs. 2a, b|
|2000||Orenburgia enigmaticus Spencer and Benton p. 171 figs. 9.10A, B|
|2008||Orenburgia enigmatica Ivakhnenko|
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|P. K. Chudinov and B. P. Vjushkov 1956||Translated [7 teeth in lower jaw. No. 1 and 2 large and almost round in cross section. Tooth no. 3 is considerably smaller, transversally expanded and double-tipped. tooth no. 4 is the largest, with a base diameter equal to the second one. Teeth 5-7 successively smaller. Branches of the lower jaw form an angle of about 78-79°.]|
|I. V. Novikov 1991||Translated: [Maximum height of dentary (on a level with fifth molariform) is three times higher than the largest (the second one) molariform. Relatively few molariforms.]|