Neotherapsida is a clade of therapsids. It includes anomodonts and the more derived theriodonts, which include mammals.
In the Permian time period, Neotherapsids lived in Germany, India, Madagascar, Niger, South Africa, Tanzania, United Kingdom, United States in Texas, and Zambia.
In the Severodvinian age of the Tatarian stage of the Permian time period, Neotherapsids lived in Russia.
In the Triassic, Neotherapsids lived in Antarctica, Argentina, Brazil, China, Germany, Lesotho, Morocco, Poland, Russia, South Africa, Tanzania, and United States in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, North Carolina, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming.
In the Jurassic time period, the Neotherapsids lived in Lesotho.
In the Cretaceous period, the Neotherapsids lived in Australia and Russia.
The Neotherapsida was classified as a sub group of the clade Eutherapsida by J. A. Hopson in 1999.
, a primitive anomodont that retained a full set of teeth
, a dicynodont, was one of the first large herbivores of the Triassic.