Nikkasaurus is an extinct genus of therapsids
They were small animals, with skulls about 5 cm long Their eyes had large orbits and sclerotic rings The head was tilted back, as with all therapsids The skull looks superficially similar to those of the Pelycosaurs, in particular Varanopidae Nikkasaurus was probably mainly insectivorous, and possibly nocturnal The only known species is N tatarinovi, described by MF Ivahnenko in 2000, from the Middle Permian Mezen River Basin Nikkasaurus is possibly a relic of a more ancient stage of therapsid development
- List of synapsids
- Kemp, Thomas Stainforth 2005 The Origin and Evolution of Mammals ISBN 0-19-850760-7
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