Dimetrodon (Synapsida: Sphenacodontidae) from the cave system at Richards Spur, OK, USA, and a comparison of Early Permian–aged vertebrate paleoassemblages View Full Text


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2019-02

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Kirstin S. Brink, Mark J. MacDougall, Robert R. Reisz

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The Early Permian Richards Spur locality is unique in preserving a highly diverse faunal assemblage in a cave system, composed of synapsids, reptiles, and anamniotes. However, the presence of Dimetrodon, the most common synapsid of Early Permian localities of the southwestern USA, has never been recorded from the site. Here, we describe for the first time the morphology and histology of a small neural spine with the distinctive figure-8 shape attributable to Dimetrodon. Additionally, histological analysis of previously described sphenacodontid teeth suggests the presence of a derived species of Dimetrodon at the Richards Spur locality. The presence of this derived synapsid, typical of the later occurring Kungurian localities of Texas and Oklahoma, is unexpected at the stratigraphically older Richards Spur locality. The cave system at Richards Spur preserves mainly basal synapsid taxa, including small caseid, varanopid, and sphenacodontid skeletal remains. The presence of a derived species of Dimetrodon suggests not only that this animal was more widespread than previously thought, but that there are different patterns of Early Permian synapsid evolution in different ecological settings. More... »

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