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Cranial osteology and phylogenetic relationships of Hamadasuchus rebouli (Crocodyliformes: Mesoeucrocodylia) from the Cretaceous of Morocco
This paper presents a detailed description of the skull and part of the mandible of the crocodyliform reptile Hamadasuchus rebouli from the Kem Kem beds (Upper Cretaceous: Albian–Cenomanian) ofExpand
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Anatomy and phylogenetic relationships of Chimaerasuchus paradoxus, an unusual crocodyliform reptile from the Lower Cretaceous of Hubei, China
ABSTRACT The crocodyliform reptile Chimaerasuchus paradoxus Wu, Sues, and Sun, 1995 from the Lower Cretaceous Wulong Formation of Hubei (China) is characterized by its singular, extremely heterodontExpand
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Sichuanosuchus shuhanensis, a new ?early Cretaceous protosuchian (Archosauria: Crocodyliformes) from Sichuan (China), and the monophyly of Protosuchia
ABSTRACT A new protosuchian, Sichuanosuchus shuhanensis, sp. nov. from the ?Lower Cretaceous of Sichuan (China), is distinguished from other known basal crocodyliform archosaurs primarily by theExpand
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Redescription and phylogenetic relationships of Doswellia kaltenbachi (Diapsida: Archosauriformes) from the Upper Triassic of Virginia
ABSTRACT A detailed redescription of the Late Triassic archosauromorph reptile Doswellia kaltenbachi Weems, 1980 from the Poor Farm Member of the Falling Creek Formation in the Taylorsville basinExpand
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On Chirostenotes, a Late Cretaceous oviraptorosaur (Dinosauria: Theropoda) from western North America
ABSTRACT A previously unrecognized partial skeleton of Chirostenotes pergracilis Gilmore, 1924 from the Upper Cretaceous Horseshoe Canyon Formation of Alberta (Canada) includes parts of the skull,Expand
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A New Suchian Archosaur From The Upper Triassic Of North Carolina
Abstract A partial but largely articulated skeleton of a ‘rauisuchian’ archosaur from Late Upper Triassic strata of the Durham sub-basin, Deep River basin, Newark Supergroup, North Carolina,Expand
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Terrestrial Ecosystems Through Time
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Terrestrial Ecosystems Through Time: Evolutionary Paleoecology of Terrestrial Plants and Animals
Breathtaking in scope, this is the first survey of the entire ecological history of life on land--from the earliest traces of terrestrial organisms over 400 million years ago to the beginning ofExpand
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A plant-eating crocodyliform reptile from the Cretaceous of China
WITH few exceptions, tooth shape among crocodyliform reptiles (Crocodylia of traditional use) is rather uniform1. We report here on the presence of multicuspid molariform teeth in a remarkable newExpand
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Embryos of an Early Jurassic Prosauropod Dinosaur and Their Evolutionary Significance
Articulated embryos from the Lower Jurassic Elliot Formation of South Africa are referable to the prosauropod Massospondylus carinatus and, together with other material, provide substantial insightsExpand
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