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meaning: "Single tooth lizard"
Named By: Broili in 1924
Time Period: Westphalian, 313-304 Ma
Location: Czech Republic
Size: Estimated up to 80 centimetres total length
Diet: Carnivore/insectivore
Fossil(s): Incomplete skeletons, but the tail and rear are still unknown
Classification: | Chordata | Tetrapoda | Amphibia | Labyrinthodontia | Reptiliomorpha |

Solenodonsaurus ("single-tooth lizard") is an extinct genus of reptiliomorphs that lived in what is now Czech Republic, during the Westphalian stage.

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