|Named By:||P. P. Vaughn in 1964 in 1964|
|Location:||USA, Utah - Cutler Formation|
|Size:||About 90 centimetres long|
|Diet:||Uncertain, possibly an omnivore or herbivore|
|Classification:||| Chordata | Reptiliomorpha | Diadectomorpha | Tseajaiidae ||
For the pterosaur, see Tapejara.
Tseajaia is an extinct genus of tetrapod. It was an anthracosaurian that lived in the Permian of North America. The skeleton is that of a medium-sized, rather advanced reptile-like amphibian. In life it was about 1 metre (3 ft) long and may have looked vaguely like an iguana, though slower and with a more amphibian foot without claws. The dentition was somewhat blunt, indicating herbivory or possibly omnivory.