Dimetrodon limbatus is a predatory Pelycosauria among early permians. (Sakmarian age, about 295 million years ago) in the southwestern United States, primarily in the Admiral Formation of Texas. Dimetrodon limbatus is the most studied species. It reached a length of 2.6 meters. Ophiacodon retroversus is a large predatory Pelycosauria which reached a length of 2.5 - 3.5 meters and probably had a semi-aquatic lifestyle. Monotonous teeth structure as well as two temporal fenestrae of certain individuals lead to the idea that Ophiacodon may have belonged to Diapsid reptiles and is related to modern crocodiles. Seymouria - Reptiliomorpha reached a length of 60 cm.
10.7" (27 cm) L x 6" (15 cm) H
20 piece kit
This resin kit ships dissembled and unpainted, and can be sent to a professional buildup artist upon request.