Definition of Sauropsida. Meaning of Sauropsida. Synonyms of Sauropsida

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Definition of Sauropsida

Sauropsida
Sauropsida Sau*rop"si*da, n. pl. [NL., fr. Gr. ? a lizard + ? appearance.] (Zo["o]l.) A comprehensive group of vertebrates, comprising the reptiles and birds.

Meaning of Sauropsida from wikipedia

- Sauropsida ("lizard faces") is a taxonomic clade that includes both reptiles and birds. All Tetrapoda except Amphibia are Amniota, and all Amniota except...
- between them. He also reinterpreted Sauropsida and Theropsida to exclude birds and mammals, respectively. Thus his Sauropsida included Procolophonia, Eosuchia...
- Example 3Supercl**** super: above Tetrapoda Cl**** Mammalia Maxillopoda Sauropsida Subcl**** sub: under Theria Thecostraca Avialae Infracl**** infra: below...
- reptile lineage called either Reptilia or Sauropsida. In fact, the study of Gauthier (1994) defined Sauropsida as all amniotes more closely related to reptiles...
- Parareptilia, which is a basal clade or evolutionary group within Sauropsida (Sauropsida is the reptile clade). Parareptiles are generally characterized...
- v t e Fossil snakes Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Cl****: Sauropsida Order: Squamata Genera with hindlimbs and a sacrum Najash Genera with hindlimbs...
- amniotes. They are the only living Synapsida, which together with the Sauropsida (reptiles and birds) form the Amniota clade. The early synapsid mammalian...
- other groups mentioned are, like dinosaurs and pterosaurs, members of Sauropsida (the reptile and bird clade), except Dimetrodon (which is a synapsid)...
- (Dinosauromorpha and relatives) Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Clade: Sauropsida Clade: Archosauria Clade: Avemetatarsalia Dinosauromorpha Pterosauromorpha...
- The Xidagou Formation is a Middle Permian-age geologic formation in the Qilian Mountains of Gansu, China. Liu, J.; Rubidge, B.; Li, J. (2009). "A new specimen...
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