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A NEW SPECIES OF DIMETRODON (REPTILIA, PELYCOSAURIA) FROM A NON-DELTAIC FACIES IN THE LOWER PERMIAN OF NORTH-CENTRAL NEW MEXICO

@article{Berman1977ANS,
  title={A NEW SPECIES OF DIMETRODON (REPTILIA, PELYCOSAURIA) FROM A NON-DELTAIC FACIES IN THE LOWER PERMIAN OF NORTH-CENTRAL NEW MEXICO},
  author={David S. Berman},
  journal={Journal of Paleontology},
  year={1977},
  volume={51},
  pages={108-115}
}
A new species, Dimetrodon occidentalis, is based on a small, partial skeleton from the Lower Permian Abo Formation near Jemez Springs, north-central New Mexico; this is the first new species of Dimetrodon to be recognized outside of the Lower Permian beds of north-central Texas and Oklahoma. Differences in proportions of the centra of the dorsal vertebrae and a marked narrowing of the neural spines at the anterior end of the vertebral column distinguish this species from those of comparable… 

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