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Temporal range: Middle PermianLate Permian
Robertia, a primitive Diictodont.
Conservation status
Scientific classification
Domain: Eukarya
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Subphylum: Vertebrata
Infraphylum: Gnathostomata
(unranked): Sauropsida
Superclass: Tetrapoda
Class: Synapsida
Order: Therapsida
(unranked): Eutherapsida
Suborder: Anomodontia
(unranked): Neotherapsida
Infraorder: Diictodontia
A model of the genus Diictodon.
Myosaurus, an Emydopid.
A Diictodon fossil.

The Diictodontia were a group of herbivorus Dicynodonts from the Permian of South Africa South Africa. This infraorder was composed of three different families; Diictodontidae (the type family), Emydopidae, and Robertiidae.

The clade was named a sub group of the group Dicynodontia by Robert L. Carroll in 1988.


  1. ^ The Paleobiology Database: {{subst:PAGENAME}}
  2. Palæos
  3. The Paleobiology Database: Diictodontidae
  4. The Paleobiology Database: Anomodon
  5. The Paleobiology Database: Diictodon
  6. The Paleobiology Database: Emydopidae
  7. The Paleobiology Database: Myosauroides
  8. The Paleobiology Database: Myosaurus
  9. The Paleobiology Database: Palemydops
  10. The Paleobiology Database: Robertiidae
  11. The Paleobiology Database: Robertia

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