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THE LARGE THEROPOD FAUNA OF THE LOURINHÃ FORMATION (PORTUGAL) AND ITS SIMILARITY TO THE MORRISON FORMATION, WITH A DESCRIPTION OF A NEW SPECIES OF ALLOSAURUS
Late Jurassic theropod dinosaurs have been known in Portugal since 1863 but only now are they being fully understood, with the recognition of genera such as Allosaurus, Aviatyrannis, Ceratosaurus,
Dinosaurs of Portugal
Abstract A synthesis on the state of art on dinosaur knowledge in Portugal is presented. The following genera have been recognized: Ceratosaurus, Torvosaurus, Lourinhanosaurus, Allosaurus, cf.
Angolatitan adamastor, a new sauropod dinosaur and the first record from Angola.
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The marginal marine sediments yielding the specimen are reported to be late Turonian in age and, thus, it represents a non-titanosaurian sauropod in sub-Saharan Africa at a time taken to be dominated by titanosaurian forms.
Draconyx loureiroi, a new camptosauridae (Dinosauria, Ornithopoda) from the Late Jurassic of Lourinhã, Portugal
Abstract A new ornithopod dinosaur is described here under the name of Draconyx loureiroi n. gen., n. sp. on teeth, caudal vertebrae, forelimb, hindlimb, and foot material that were found in
Dental and tarsal morphology of the European Paleocene/Eocene “condylarth” mammal Microhyus
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Functional analysis of the dental and postcranial remains of the alleged louisinine hyopsodontid “condylarth” Microhyus from the European Paleocene/Eocene transition are described, and prompt a reevaluation of the genus.
Crocodilian faunal renewal in the Upper Oligocene of Western Europe
The presence of Tomistomine Crocodilians (Tomistoma sp.) is first recorded in the Upper Oligocene of Western Europe (Chattian, Saint-Geours-de-Maremne, Aquitaine basin). Immigration, probably of
Quaternary elephants in Portugal: new data
Key-Words: Elephants - Quaternary - Portugal. In this paper, a synopsis on the already known data, and the study of further specimens either new (*) or hitherto undescribed are presented. The
High resolution stratigraphy and miocene facies correlation in Lisbon and Setúbal Peninsula (Lower Tagus basin, Portugal)
Key words: Sequencial stratigraphy; Miocene; Lower Tagus Basin; Lisbon; Setubal Peninsula; Portugal. Correlation between facies associations (marine, estuarine and distal fluviatile environments)
A New Primitive Bat from the Earliest Eocene of Europe
RODOLPHE TABUCE,*'1 MIGUEL TELLES ANTUNES,2 and BERNARD SIGE3; XUMR-CNRS 5554, Institut des Sciences de l'Evolution, cc064, Universite Montpellier II, place Eugene Bataillon, 34095 Montpellier cedex
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