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New Oligocene Vertebrate Localities from Northern Kenya (Turkana Basin)
STÉPHANE DUCROCQ,*,1 JEAN-RENAUD BOISSERIE,1 JEAN-JACQUES TIERCELIN,2 CYRILLE DELMER,3 GÉRALDINE GARCIA,1 MANTHI FREDERICK KYALO,4 MEAVE G. LEAKEY,5 LAURENT MARIVAUX,6 OLGA OTERO,1 STÉPHANE PEIGNÉ,7
RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN EUROPEAN AND INDIAN DINOSAUR EGGS AND EGGSHELLS OF THE OOFAMILY MEGALOOLITHIDAE
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Comparisons between nine oospecies from India and France reveal similarities in egg taxa which suggest close phyletic relationships, as well as the probable existence of a terrestrial connection of dinosaur fauna between India and Europe during the Cretaceous, and between the two gondwanan areas Patagonia and India.
Earliest laurasian sauropod eggshells
Megaloolithid eggshells, known from many Cretaceous deposits since 19th century, are now recognized as remnants of sauropod dinosaurs. Our paper reports the discovery of megaloolithid egg remains
A NEW SPECIES OF STRUTHIOSAURUS (DINOSAURIA: ANKYLOSAURIA) FROM THE UPPER CRETACEOUS OF VILLEVEYRAC (SOUTHERN FRANCE)
Abstract A new species of the ankylosaur Struthiosaurus from the Upper Cretaceous (lower Campanian) of the Villeveyrac-Mèze Basin, southern France, is described from a partial skeleton that includes
The last polar dinosaurs: high diversity of latest Cretaceous arctic dinosaurs in Russia
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Dinosaur eggshell fragments indicate that at least several latest Cretaceous dinosaur taxa could reproduce in polar region and were probably year-round residents of high latitudes, strongly questions hypotheses according to which dinosaur extinction was a result of temperature decline, caused or not by the Chicxulub impact.
New specimens of Allodaposuchus precedens from France: intraspecific variability and the diversity of European Late Cretaceous eusuchians
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The results allow the diversity of Late Cretaceous eusuchians from Europe to be refined and recognize a basal stock known as the Hylaeochampsidae sharing an absence of external mandibular fenestrae.
A new Titanosaur genus (Dinosauria, Sauropoda) from the Late Cretaceous of southern France and its paleobiogeographic implications
Key-words. - Sauropoda, Titanosauria, Upper Cretaceous, Southern France, Paleobiogeography. Abstract .-An ewtitanosaur, Atsinganosaurus velauciensis, gen. and sp. nov. is described from
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