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Bringing Dicynodonts Back to Life: Paleobiology and Anatomy of a New Emydopoid Genus from the Upper Permian of Mozambique

Figure 7

Niassodon mfumukasi occipital region.

Right lateral (A), left lateral (B), dorsal (C), ventral (D), posterior (E), anterior (F) views. asqf, anterior left squamosal fragment; atl, parcial atalantal ring; bocc, basioccipital; dmlso, dorsal median lobe of the supraoccipital; dpsq, dorsal process of the squamosal; exocc, exoccipital; fm, foramen magnum; fo, fenestra ovalis; jf, jugular foramen; icgq, intercondylar groove of the quadrate; ip, interparietal (postparietal); laso, lateral ala of the supraoccipital; lqc, lateral condyle of the quadrate; mcq, medial condyle of the quadrate; occp, occipital pit; opot, opisthotic; p, parietal; prot, prootic; ptf, postemporal fenestra; q, quadrate; qj, quadratojugal; qpsq, quadrate process of the squamosal; so, supraoccipital; sq, squamosal; st, stapes; zpsq, zigomatic process of the squamosal.

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