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A Giant European Dinosaur and a New Sauropod Clade
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Phylogenetic analysis indicates that the fossil represents a member of a hitherto unrecognized group of primitive European eusauropods that evolved in the Jurassic. Expand
An Iberian stegosaurs paradise: The Villar del Arzobispo Formation (Tithonian–Berriasian) in Teruel (Spain)
Since 2002 a number of sites containing stegosaurian remains (bones and tracks) have been discovered in the Villar del Arzobispo Formation (Tithonian–Berriasian) in the Province of Teruel, Spain,Expand
High European sauropod dinosaur diversity during Jurassic–Cretaceous transition in Riodeva (Teruel, Spain)
Abstract:  Up to now, more than 40 dinosaur sites have been found in the latest Jurassic – earliest Cretaceous sedimentary outcrops (Villar del Arzobispo Formation) of Riodeva (Iberian Range, Spain).Expand
The anatomy, phylogenetic relationships, and stratigraphic position of the Tithonian–Berriasian Spanish sauropod dinosaur Aragosaurus ischiaticus
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Phylogenetic analyses and new data on the stratigraphic age of Aragosaurus demonstrate that basal macronarian sauropods were present in Europe at the end of the Late Jurassic, alongside more derived titanosauriforms. Expand
Individual variation in the postcranial skeleton of the Early Cretaceous Iguanodon bernissartensis (Dinosauria: Ornithopoda)
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A study combining both morphometric and visual analyses of the postcranial skeleton of the Bernissart specimens found significant individual variation in the morphology of the axis, sacrum, caudal vertebrae, scapula, humerus, pollex, ilium, ischium, femur, and tibia. Expand
On small quadrupedal ornithopod tracks in Jurassic-Cretaceous transition intertidal deposits (El Castellar, Teruel, Spain)
The study of an undescribed part of the El Pozo tracksite in El Castellar (Teruel, Spain) has revealed two new trackways made by small ornithopods showing new evidences of basal ornithopods pes andExpand
Megatheropods as apex predators in the typically Jurassic ecosystems of the Villar del Arzobispo Formation (Iberian Range, Spain)
Abstract The limestone, sandstone and clays of the Villar del Arzobispo Formation (Kimmeridgian–Berriasian) crop out in the south of the Iberian Range (Spain), and from a palaeontological point ofExpand
Jurassic Coastal Park: A great diversity of palaeoenvironments for the dinosaurs of the Villar del Arzobispo Formation (Teruel, eastern Spain)
Abstract The Villar del Arzobispo Formation, cropping out in the western Penagolosa sub-basin (Late Jurassic, eastern Spain), includes abundant dinosaur tracksites and bones, which occur in diverseExpand
A new specimen of the Cretaceous sauropod Tastavinsaurus sanzi from El Castellar (Teruel, Spain), and a phylogenetic analysis of the Laurasiformes
Abstract This work describes a new specimen of the sauropod Tastavinsaurus sanzi , the second of this species recovered. Found at the La Canaleta site (CT-19) at El Castellar (Teruel, Spain), thisExpand
A new European Late Jurassic pleurosternid (Testudines, Paracryptodira) and a new hypothesis of paracryptodiran phylogeny
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The new phylogenetic proposal, and its analysis in view of stratigraphical distributions, shows that Baenidae was a clade of turtles only known in the Cretaceous and Palaeogene of the North American record but that Pleurosternidae and Compsemydidae were distributed both in North America and Europe. Expand
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