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(yew-de-ba-mus.umida & t. martens - 2000)
Named By: D. S. Berman, R. R. Reisz, D. Scott, A. C. Henrici, S. S. Sumida & T. Martens in 2000
Time Period: Early Permian, 284-279.5 Ma
Location: Germany - Tambach Formation
Size: About 25 centimetres long
Diet: Insectivore
Fossil(s): Single individual
Classification: | Chordata | Reptilia | Procolophonomorpha | Bolosauridae |

Eudibamus is an extinct genus of biped bolosaurid ankyramorph parareptile known from the Free State of Thuringia of central Germany. It had a very small size reaching only 25 cm in length.

Read more about Eudibamus at Wikipedia
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