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Reptilia - Squamata
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|V. R. Alifanov 1993||Orbits and temporal fenestrae very large. Infraorbital fenestrae slitlike. integumental bones of skull roof bearing osteodermal sculpture. nasal bones very long. parietal bone narrow. Teeth relatively small, with wide shoulders and markedly wider bases. on maxilla becoming slightly several front teeth larger; remaining teeth, as on lower jaws, larger posteriorly. Teeth on maxillae and lower jaws number 20-21.|