Name: Adinophis.
Phonetic: Ah-din-of-iss.
Named By: A.‭ ‬C.‭ ‬Pritchard,‭ ‬J.‭ ‬A.‭ ‬McCartney,‭ ‬D.‭ ‬W.‭ ‬Krause‭ & ‬N.‭ ‬J.‭ ‬Kley‭ ‬-‭ ‬2014.
Classification: Chordata,‭ ‬Reptilia,‭ ‬Squamata,‭ ‬Madtstoiidae.
Species: A.‭ ‬fisaka‭ (‬type‭)‬.
Diet: Carnivore.
Size: Unavailable.
Known locations: Madagascar‭ ‬-‭ ‬Maevarano Formation.
Time period: Maastrichtian of the Cretaceous.‭
Fossil representation: Partial remains of at least two individuals.

       Adinophis is a genus of madtstoiid snake that lived in Madagascar during the Ceretaceous.‭ ‬Relatives genera of Adinophis include Wonambi,‭ ‬Menarana,‭ ‬Sanajeh, Yurlunggur, Madtsoia and Gigantophis.‭

Further reading
-‭ ‬New snakes from the Upper Cretaceous‭ (‬Maastrichtian‭) ‬Maevarano Formation,‭ ‬Mahajanga Basin,‭ ‬Madagascar.‭ ‬Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology‭ ‬34‭(‬5‭)‬:1080-1093.‭ ‬-‭ ‬A.‭ ‬C.‭ ‬Pritchard,‭ ‬J.‭ ‬A.‭ ‬McCartney,‭ ‬D.‭ ‬W.‭ ‬Krause‭ & ‬N.‭ ‬J.‭ ‬Kley‭ ‬-‭ ‬2014.


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