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meaning: "Ulema river lizard"
Named By: Rjabinin in 1938
Time Period: Capitanian, 265-260 Ma
Location: Tartarstan
Size: 3 meters long, Skull 30 centimetres long
Diet: Herbivore
Fossil(s): Skulls and partial post cranial remains of several individuals
Classification: | Chordata | Synapsida | Therapsida | Dinocephalia | Tapinocephalia | Tapinocephalidae |
Also known as: | Moschops svijagensis |

Ulemosaurus svijagensis was a dinocephalian synapsid that lived 265 to 260 million years ago, at Isheevo in Russian Tatarstan. It was a tapinocephalid, a group of bulky herbivores which flourished in the Middle Permian. Ulemosaurus and other tapinocephalians disappeared at the end of the Mid-Permian.

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