• Anapsid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anapsid An anapsid is an amniote whose skull does not have openings near the temples. [1] Traditionally, the Anapsida are the most primitive subclass of reptiles, the ...
  • Introduction to Anapsida

    www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/anapsids/anapsida.html Extant (living) anapsids have a nearly worldwide distribution; they inhabit all the continents except Antarctica. The geographic origin of Anapsida has not yet been ...
  • What does anapsid mean?

    www.anapsid.org/anapsid.html What does anapsid mean? Melissa Kaplan . A long ... Anapsids have no other openings, synapsids have one, and diapsids two. Modern reptiles are, for the ...
    • Anapsids - UCMP

      www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/anapsids/anapsidamm.html Anapsida: More on Morphology. Most anapsids lack the lateral temporal fenestrae (openings in the side of the skull) characteristic of all other extant and most (but ...
    • Anapsids - definition of Anapsids by The Free Dictionary

      www.thefreedictionary.com/Anapsids Generations of paleontologists have regarded turtles as outsiders among modern reptiles--holdovers from an ancient group called anapsids that lack holes in the sides ...
    • Synapsid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Synapsid The distinctive temporal fenestra developed in the ancestral synapsid about 312 million years ago, during the Late Carboniferous period.
    • Melissa Kaplan's Herp and Green Iguana Information Collection

      www.anapsid.org Extensive information on the captive care and behavior of green iguanas, and other reptiles and amphibians, by Melissa Kaplan, author of Iguanas for Dummies.