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Polyglyphanodontia, also known as the Borioteiioidea, is an extinct clade of lizards from the Cretaceous that includes around a dozen genera. Polyglyphanodontians were the dominant group of lizards in North America and Asia during the Late Cretaceous. Most polyglyphanodontians are Late Cretaceous in age, though the oldest one, Kuwajimalla kagaensis, is known from the Early Cretaceous (Valanginian to Hauterivian) Kuwajima Formation (Japan). Early Cretaceous South American taxon , and possibly also , might also fall within Polyglyphanodontia or be closely allied to the group, but if so, they would be two of only three Gondwanan examples of an otherwise Laurasian clade (the third one, and the only unambiguous one, being Bicuspidon hogreli from the Kem Kem Beds of Morocco). They produced a rem

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  • كثيرات الأسنان الإزميلية
  • Polyglyphanodontia
  • Polyglyphanodontia
  • Polyglyphanodontidae
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  • كثيرات الأسنان الإزميلية (الاسم العلمي:†Polyglyphanodontia) هي تحت رتبة منقرضة من الزواحف تتبع أشباه السقنقوريات والوزغيات من رتبة حرشفيات.
  • I poliglifanodontidi (Polyglyphanodontidae) sono una famiglia di lucertole estinte dalla caratteristica dentatura, vissute nel Cretaceo superiore (Maastrichtiano, 70 – 65 milioni di anni fa) in Nordamerica, in Asia e (forse) in Europa, più precisamente in Ungheria, allora un'isola le cui faune fossili contengono un buon numero di immigrati asiatici.
  • Polyglyphanodontia es un clado extinto de lagartos del Cretácico Superior (del Santoniense al Maastrichtiense) que incluye una docena de géneros. Los poliglifanodontes fueron la forma dominante de lagartos en Asia durante finales del Cretácico y eran un componente pequeño de la fauna de lagartos de Norteamérica y Europa. Fueron uno de los primeros grupos de lagartos que reemplazaron a los esfenodontos como los lepidosaurios predominantes. El grupo se extinguió durante la extinción masiva del Cretácico-Terciario. Los huesos de la mandíbula de los poliglifanodontes se parecen bastante a los de los lagartos teídos, por tanto algunos supuestos teídos del Cretácico Superior podrían ser de hecho poliglifanodontes.​
  • Polyglyphanodontia, also known as the Borioteiioidea, is an extinct clade of lizards from the Cretaceous that includes around a dozen genera. Polyglyphanodontians were the dominant group of lizards in North America and Asia during the Late Cretaceous. Most polyglyphanodontians are Late Cretaceous in age, though the oldest one, Kuwajimalla kagaensis, is known from the Early Cretaceous (Valanginian to Hauterivian) Kuwajima Formation (Japan). Early Cretaceous South American taxon , and possibly also , might also fall within Polyglyphanodontia or be closely allied to the group, but if so, they would be two of only three Gondwanan examples of an otherwise Laurasian clade (the third one, and the only unambiguous one, being Bicuspidon hogreli from the Kem Kem Beds of Morocco). They produced a rem
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