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Aerosaurus Therapsida
Aerosaurus Therapsida skeleton in situ.

Dig panel

In situ cast of the early Permian Mammal like reptile.

Panel measures: 23X15in (58X38cm).

Aerosaurus resin dig panel cast $275 (plus shipping)

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Aerosaurus (meaning "copper lizard") is an extinct genus within Varanopidae, a family of non-mammalian synapsids. It lived from the Late Carboniferous to Early Permian in North America. The name comes from Latin aes (aeris) (combining stem: aer-) "copper" and Greek sauros "lizard," for El Cobre Canyon (from Spanish cobre "copper") in northern New Mexico, where the type fossil was found and the site of former copper mines.



Biarmosuchus tener

Biarmosuchus tener
Meaning of Name: Crocodile from Biarmia, an ancient country in the Perm region.
Procunciation: Bi-arm-moh-SUE-kus

Classification: THERAPSIDA; Eotheriodontia; Family Biarmosuchidae
Late Permian, Zone I
Locality: Ocher, Perm Region
Size: 75cm in length
This cast replica was molded from a half skeleton encased in sediment, as found in the field.

Locality: The original was discovered in Ocher, Perm Region. Russia
Biarmosuchus tener was the size of a large dog.

This mammal-like reptile had canine’s , incisors and cheek teeth of different shape as well as teeth on the palate.

Represented is the skeleton of a small predator in the Eotheriodontia, the most primitive of the mammal-like reptiles.

The specimen was preserved in flood channel sandstone that was deposited it in a river flowing off the young and growing Ural Mountains.

The slender nature of the limbs of this mammal-like reptile suggest that it was a very a pie animal. Like Eotitanosuchus olsoni, its skull shows the small, primitive temporal opening behind the eye that is characteristic of the most ancient of therapsid (mammal-like) reptiles.

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Dicynodon skulls cast replicas (3 skulls) (item #S013)

Dicynodon skulls cast replicas. This small collection of 3 skulls makes the perfect addition to your collection.

Therapsida mammal-like reptile from the mid- to late Permian Karoo Formation of South Africa. Also Russia, Scotland, Asia and Americas.

Casts molded from original UCB fossils.

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Dicynodontian Skeleton Cast replica
Dicynodontian Skeleton Mounted (item #KPM005) Austalobarbarus kotelnichi. From Russia. Polyurethane Cast.

Dicynodont Skeleton cast Mounted: $1,250.00

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Dicynodontian Skeleton Disarticulated (unassembled) Skeleton Cast

Measures 6.5x5.4x2.4in.
(item #KPM005D) $940.00

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Kingdom: Animalia, Phylum: Chordata, Class: Synapsida, Order: Therapsida, Suborder: Anomodontia, Infraorder: Dicynodontia.

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The Dicynodontia are a taxon of therapsids or mammal-like reptiles. Dicynodonts were small to large herbivorous animals with two tusks, hence their name, which means 'two dog tooth'. They are also the most successful and diverse of the non-mammalian therapsids, with over 70 genera known, varying from rat- to ox-sized.



Dicynodontian Skull cast replica (item #KPM005S)

Dicynodontian Skull cast replica

Austalobarbarus kotelnichi.From Russia. Polyurethane Cast

Skull measures: 6.5x5.4x3.3in.

$75.00

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The dicynodont skull is highly specialised; light but strong, with the synapsid temporal openings at the rear of the skull are greatly enlarged, to accommodate larger jaw muscles.

The front of the skull and the lower jaw are generally narrow and, in all but a number of primitive forms, toothless. Instead, the front of the mouth is equipped with a horny beak, as in turtles and ceratopsian dinosaurs. Food was processed through retraction of the lower jaw when the mouth closed, producing a powerful shearing action (Crompton and Hotton 1967), which would have enabled dicynodonts to cope with tough plant material.

Dimetrodon skull cast replicas



Dimetrodon skull cast replica #1
Dimetrodon skull

Cast in resin.

This skull measures 13x8x7.5 inches.

Resin cast: $395.00 Sale $295

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Dimetrodon skull cast replica #2 BYU specimen (item #S104)
Dimetrodon skull cast replica. This dimetrodon skull was molded from the original specimen at BYU.

Cast in resin.

This skull measures 13in long. x 8in. wide. x9 in.high.

Dimetrodon skull cast: $465.00 (plus shipping)

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Dimetrodon skull cast replica #3 (item #S113)
Dimetrodon skull cast replica

Beautiful example of this mammal-like reptile of Permian Texas.

Cast in resin.

This skull measures Size 17in. long x 9in.wide, x 11.inches high.

Resin cast: $580 (plus shipping)

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Dimetrodon skeleton cast replicas

Dimetrodon

Dimetrodon skeleton cast

Resin cast $3,300 plus shipping

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Dimetrodon, pronounced (die-MET-roh-don) which means ("two measures of teeth" so named because it had a large skull with two different types of teeth; shearing teeth and sharp canine teeth, unlike reptiles. Dentition showing this differentiation of teeth is called heterodonty).

Dimetrodon has a large sail which was probably used to regulate body temperature; the surface area would allow it to warm up or cool off more efficiently. Dimetrodon was not a dinosaur but a pelycosaur, an early synapsid (mammal-like reptile).

Dimetrodon skeleton resin & fiberglass

6.5 feet long (This will be shipped by freight truck. Crate size: 48L x 40W x 66H, Weight: 180 lbs)



Dimetrodon BYU skeleton
Dimetrodon Limbatus skeleton. This wonderful Dimetrodon skeleton is the BYU specimen. A carnivorous mammal-like reptile from the Permian. Discovered in Texas, USA.

The skeleton measures 11ft long, and 4 ft high.

Assembled resin cast $10,350

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Dimetrodon Limbatus Hayashibara skeleton cast replica (item #AA113)
Dimetrodon Limbatus Hayashibara skeleton cast replica. It doesn't get any better than this.

This cast replica Dimetrodon skeleton measures 11 feet long and 4 feet high. Assembled and crated.

Mammal-like reptile of Permian Texas. Hayashibara Science Museum.

$16,150.00 (plus shipping)

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Dimetrodon tracks / Dimetrodon footprints

$100 (plus shipping)

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Dimetrodon juvenile skeleton cast replica
Dimetrodon juvenile skeleton cast replica

$175 (plus shipping)

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Dimetrodon Claw fossil cast replica (item #CL10)

Dimetrodon Claw fossil cast replica

A claw from the carnivorous mammal-like reptile of Permian Texas

$5.50 (plus shipping)

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Sinokannemeyeria yinchiaoensis skeleton cast replica

Sinokannemeyeria was a large, long snouted, Chinese dicynodont* with downward pointing tusks that grew from bulbous projections on its upper jaw

Sinokannemeyeria and the other kannemeyeriines descended from ancestors similar to Lystrosaurus.

*The Dicynodontia are a taxon of Therapsids or mammal-like reptiles.

Sinokannemeyeria yinchiaoensis skeleton cast replica

Middle Triassic

Original fossil discovered in Yushe, Shanxi

Measurements: 200x100x100cm

Resin cast replica $15,000

Or rent for $3,000 a month

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