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Postcranial anatomy of Pissarrachampsa sera (Crocodyliformes, Baurusuchidae) from the Late Cretaceous of Brazil: insights on lifestyle and phylogenetic significance
The postcranial anatomy of Crocodyliformes has historically been neglected, as most descriptions are based solely on skulls. Yet, the significance of the postcranium in crocodyliforms evolution isExpand
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A new Permian temnospondyl with Russian affinities from South America, the new family Konzhukoviidae, and the phylogenetic status of Archegosauroidea
A new Permian temnospondyl from South America is described and considered to represent a new species – Konzhukovia sangabrielensis sp. nov. – of the genus Konzhukovia previously recorded exclusivelyExpand
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A new cynodont from the Santa Maria formation, south Brazil, improves Late Triassic probainognathian diversity
The fossil record of non-mammaliaform probainognathian cynodonts is outstanding in the Late Triassic rocks of Brazil and Argentina. Approximately 15 genera are known, providing unique insights in theExpand
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A New Specimen of the Temnospondyl Australerpeton cosgriffi from the Late Permian of Brazil (Rio Do Rasto Formation, Paraná Basin): Comparative Anatomy and Phylogenetic Relationships
ABSTRACT A new temnospondyl specimen from the Rio do Rasto Formation (late Permian, Paraná Basin) of south Brazil is composed of a left mandible, right pelvis, femur, tibia, and fibula. PreservedExpand
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The cranial morphology of the temnospondyl Australerpeton cosgriffi (Tetrapoda: Stereospondyli) from the Middle–Late Permian of Paraná Basin and the phylogenetic relationships of Rhinesuchidae
Stereospondyls are a diverse and morphologically distinctive clade of basal tetrapods that rapidly reached a global distribution and high abundance during the Early Triassic. Yet, the firstExpand
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A capitosauroid from the Lower Triassic of South America (Sanga do Cabral Supersequence: Paraná Basin), its phylogenetic relationships and biostratigraphic implications
Abstract Surviving through the end-Permian mass extinction, stereospondyls reemerged reaching a widespread distribution during the Early Triassic. A well representative lineage of this clade,Expand
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Interrelationships, palaeobiogeography and early evolution of Stereospondylomorpha (Tetrapoda: Temnospondyli)
The stereospondylomorph temnospondyls form a diverse group of early tetrapods that survived the Permian–Triassic extinction event and radiated during the Triassic. They encompass Carboniferous andExpand
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Mammalian fossils from Gruta do Ioiô cave and past of the Chapada Diamantina, northeastern Brazil, using taphonomy, radiocarbon dating and paleoecology
Abstract Gruta do Ioio is a cave part of Iraquara carstic system (Salitre Formation, Una Group). Located in the region of the Chapada Diamantina, northeastern Brazil, this partially submerged caveExpand
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Diagenetic processes in Quaternary fossil bones from tropical limestone caves
Quaternary fossils from limestone caves bear various diagenetic features due to the complex nature of sedimentary processes. However, few studies have addressed the problem of diagenetic changes inExpand
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