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Chubutemys, a New Eucryptodiran Turtle from the Early Cretaceous of Argentina, and the Relationships of the Meiolaniidae
Chubutemys copelloi is the oldest nonmarine cryptodire from South America represented by a skull and an enclosed canalis caroticus internus extending to the posterior margin of the pterygoid, showing that it is a eucryptodire.
Otwayemys, a new cryptodiran turtle from the early Cretaceous of Australia. American Museum novitates ; no. 3233
The Early Cretaceous Eumeralla Formation, Otway Group, of Cape Otway, Victoria, Australia, has yielded remains of a new genus of eucryptodiran turtle, Otwayemys cunicularius, n. gen., n. sp.
A tribosphenic mammal from the Mesozoic of Australia.
A small, well-preserved dentary of a tribosphenic mammal with the most posterior premolar and all three molars in place has been found in Aptian (Early Cretaceous) rocks of southeastern Australia. In
An Australian Multituberculate and Its Palaeobiogeographic Implications
A dentary fragment containing a tiny left plagiaulacoid fourth lower premolar from the Early Cretaceous (Aptian) of Victoria provides the first evidence of the Multituberculata from Australia. This
New isolated pterodactyloid bones from the Albian Toolebuc Formation (western Queensland, Australia) with comments on the Australian pterosaur fauna
The record of the Australian pterosaurs is reviewed here and represents the known southern distributional limit for Cretaceous pter dinosaurs, arguing against some older ideas of a more geographically restricted range for these flying reptiles.
Ankylosaurian dinosaur remains from the Lower Cretaceous of southeastern Australia
The Eumeralla and Wonthaggi formations (Otway and Strzelecki groups, respectively: late Hauterivian to Albian) of Victoria, Australia, have yielded diverse dinosaur faunas. Here we report a set of