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Osteology of a New Giant Bony-Toothed Bird from the Miocene of Chile, with a Revision of the Taxonomy of Neogene Pelagornithidae
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An exceptionally well-preserved giant species from the late Miocene of the Bahía Inglesa Formation in northern Chile, in which most major limb bones are complete and uncrushed, that is one of the largest known pelagornithids and the three-dimensionally preserved bones allow recognition of many previously unknown osteological features.
Aristonectes quiriquinensis, sp. nov., A New Highly Derived Elasmosaurid from the Upper Maastrichtian of Central Chile
ABSTRACT This paper describes a new species of elasmosaurid plesiosaur, Aristonectes quiriquinensis, sp. nov., based on a partial skeleton recovered from upper Maastrichtian beds of the Quiriquina
A Late Eocene age proposal for the Loreto Formation (Brunswick Peninsula, southernmost Chile), based on fossil cartilaginous fishes, paleobotany and radiometric evidence
We present new data on the paleoichthyology, paleobotany and radiometric results of the Loreto Formation in the Brunswick Peninsula of southernmost Chile, that allow us to propose a Late Eocene age.
An enigmatic plant-eating theropod from the Late Jurassic period of Chile
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A new, bizarre herbivorous basal tetanuran from the Upper Jurassic of Chile challenges the conception that early theropod evolution is currently interpreted as the diversification of various carnivorous and cursorial taxa.
A new Abelisauridae (Dinosauria: Theropoda) from northwest Patagonia
Abstract. A new theropod Abelisauridae is described, Ekrixinatosaurusnovasi gen. et sp. nov., of northwestern Patagonia (Neuquen Province, Argentina). A preliminar cladistic analysis placed
Patterns of Skull Variation of Brachydelphis (Cetacea, Odontoceti) from the Neogene of the Southeastern Pacific
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A more comprehensive view of the morphology and variation of this taxon is offered with new specimens from both Pisco and Bahía Inglesa formations, and a revision of the original description of the genus is provided.
TAXONOMIC COMMENTS OF A GLOSSOTHERIUM SPECIMEN FROM THE PLEISTOCENE OF CENTRAL CHILE
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Results of the different analyzes performed in this study indicate that SGO.PV.2 should be assigned to the species Glossotherium robustum, thus currently representing the only record of this species in Chile.
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