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- An anapsid is an amniote whose skull lacks one or more skull openings (fenestra) near the temples. Traditionally, the Anapsida are the most primitive...
- the ancestral amniote had an anapsid-like or synapsid-like skull. These animals are traditionally referred to as "anapsids", and form a paraphyletic basic...
- the Carboniferous. It was traditionally ****umed that first reptiles were anapsids, having a solid skull with holes only for the nose, eyes, spinal cord,...
- However, it was later suggested that the anapsid-like turtle skull may be due to reversion rather than to anapsid descent. More recent morphological phylogenetic...
- (1994). "The Keeping of Large Pythons: Realities and Responsibilities". www.anapsid.org. Herp Care Collection. Retrieved 2019-02-18. "Python Caused Death in...
- Retrieved 8 July 2016. Kaplan, Melissa. "So, you think you want a reptile?". Anapsid.org. Archived from the original on 3 July 2016. Retrieved 8 July 2016....
- of reptiles which is variously defined as an extinct group of primitive anapsids, or a more cladistically correct alternative to Anapsida. Whether the term...
- Boys: Handling Large Constrictors". www.anapsid.org. Retrieved 2017-08-01. "Untitled Do****ent". www.anapsid.org. Retrieved 2017-08-01. Lewis, C. T.;...
- turtles of today. Mesosaurus (and other mesosaurids) were another group of anapsid reptiles to secondarily return to the sea, eschewing s****, and are also...
- Kaplan, Melissa (December 18, 2009). "Theodor Seuss Geisel: Author Study". anapsid.org. Retrieved December 2, 2011. (Source in PDF.) "About the Author, Dr...
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