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meaning: "After Archer county"
Named By: Case in 1915
Time Period: Early Permian
Location: USA, Texas & Oklahoma
Size: Skull 30 centimetres long. About 2 meters long
Diet: Piscivore/Carnivore
Fossil(s): Several specimens, one of which is almost complete
Classification: | Chordata | Amphibia | Reptiliomorpha | Anthracosauria | Archeriidae |
Also known as: | Archeria crassidisca | Archeria robinsoni | Archeria victori | Cricotus crassidiscus | Cricotus hypantricus |

Archeria was an eel-like anthracosaur which lived in the Early Permian. It was medium-sized aquatic predator with a length of 2 m (7 ft).

Read more about Archeria at Wikipedia
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