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Article:Nanictidopidae
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In comparison to other therocephalians, nanictidopids are relatively large, with skulls ranging from {{convert|7|to|20|cm|in|0}} in length. Nanictidopids are characterized by their shortened skulls that appear triangular when viewed from above. The temporal region of the skull is very wide. Their skulls are similar to those of hofmeyriids, and the superfamily [[Nanictidopoidea]] has been established to unite these two groups. Nanictidopids have enlarged [[canine teeth]] in their upper and lower jaws, while the the teeth behind them are very small. Small bumps and ridges cover parts of the upper and lower jaws.<ref name=IMF11>{{cite journal |last=Ivakhnenko |first=M.F. |year=2011 |title=Permian and Triassic therocephals (Eutherapsida) of Eastern Europe |journal=Paleontological Journal |volume=45 |issue=9 |pages=981-1144 |doi=10.1134/S0031030111090012}}</ref>
 
In comparison to other therocephalians, nanictidopids are relatively large, with skulls ranging from {{convert|7|to|20|cm|in|0}} in length. Nanictidopids are characterized by their shortened skulls that appear triangular when viewed from above. The temporal region of the skull is very wide. Their skulls are similar to those of hofmeyriids, and the superfamily [[Nanictidopoidea]] has been established to unite these two groups. Nanictidopids have enlarged [[canine teeth]] in their upper and lower jaws, while the the teeth behind them are very small. Small bumps and ridges cover parts of the upper and lower jaws.<ref name=IMF11>{{cite journal |last=Ivakhnenko |first=M.F. |year=2011 |title=Permian and Triassic therocephals (Eutherapsida) of Eastern Europe |journal=Paleontological Journal |volume=45 |issue=9 |pages=981-1144 |doi=10.1134/S0031030111090012}}</ref>
   
==History==
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Nanictidopidae was named in 1956 by paleontologists [[D. M. S. Watson]] and [[Alfred Romer]]. Watson and Romer included many therocephalians in the family, including ''[[Blattoidealestes]]'', ''[[Choerosaurus]]'', ''[[Hofmeyria]]'', and ''[[Promoschorhynchus]]''. These therocephalians have since been split up among other families like [[Hofmeyriidae]] and [[Akidnognathidae]].<ref name=IMF11/>
 
   
 
==Paleobiology==
 
==Paleobiology==
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