Name: Carbonodraco ‭(‬coal serpent‭).
Phonetic: Kar-bon-o-dray-ko.
Named By: Arjan Mann,‭ ‬Emily J.‭ ‬McDaniel,‭ ‬Emily R.‭ ‬McColville‭ & ‬Hillary C.‭ ‬Maddin‭ ‬-‭ ‬2019.
Classification: Chordata,‭ ‬Reptilia,‭ ‬Parareptilia,‭ ‬Procolophonomorpha,‭ ‬Acleistorhinidae.
Species: C.‭ ‬lundi‭ (‬type‭)‬.‭
Diet: Insectivore‭?
Size: Uncertain.
Known locations: USA,‭ ‬Oklahoma.
Time period: Early Permian.
Fossil representation: Partial fragmented skull and jaws.

       Carbonodraco is a genus of acleistorhinid parareptile that lived in‭ ‬North America during the early Permian.‭ ‬At the time of its description Carbonodraco is considered to be one of the earliest known parareptiles.

Further reading
-‭ ‬Carbonodraco lundi gen et sp.‭ ‬nov.,‭ ‬the oldest parareptile,‭ ‬from Linton,‭ ‬Ohio,‭ ‬and new insights into the early radiation of reptiles.‭ ‬-‭ ‬Royal Society Open Science.‭ ‬6‭ (‬11‭)‬:‭ ‬191191.‭ ‬-‭ ‬Arjan Mann,‭ ‬Emily J.‭ ‬McDaniel,‭ ‬Emily R.‭ ‬McColville‭ & ‬Hillary C.‭ ‬Maddin‭ ‬-‭ ‬2019.


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