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- extinction event, therapsids declined in relative importance to the rapidly diversifying reptiles during the Middle Tri****ic. The therapsids include the cynodonts...
- erect therapsids, who in their turn have given rise to the mammals. In traditional vertebrate classification, the stem mammals and therapsids were both...
- (an arbitrary combination of letters) is an extinct genus of dicynodont therapsids from Russia. Four specimens have been found from the Sokolki ****emblage...
- Ustia is an extinct genus of biarmosuchian therapsids from the Middle Permian of Russia. It is known from a single species, Ustia atra, which was described...
- This list of therapsids is an attempt to create a comprehensive listing of all genera that have ever been included in the Therapsida excluding mammals...
- more advanced therapsids became dominant during the Middle Permian. Mammals originated from cynodonts, an advanced group of therapsids, during the Late...
- all herbivorous therapsids retained sprawling limbs (some late forms may have had semi-erect hind limbs); Permian carnivorous therapsids had sprawling forelimbs...
- in flight, the first time among vertebrates, becoming the pterosaurs. Therapsids, the dominant vertebrates of the preceding Permian period, declined throughout...
- mythological beast, and óps 'aspect') is an extinct clade of sabre-toothed therapsids from the Middle to Upper Permian roughly 265 to 252 million years ago...
- sphenacodontians are proto-therapsids (even though there is almost a 30-million-years gap between the separation of the ancestors of therapsids from other sphenacodontians...