Kahneria seltina is an average-sized poorly known representative of the multiple tooth-rowed captorhinids. It is known from tooth plates of lower and upper jaws, skull fragments and few scrappy postcranial material coming from terrestrial red beds of the Middle Permian of North Texas. The tooth plates bear five rows of more or less conical teeth. K. seltina is, without much doubt, a member of the moradisaurines.
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