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AN ARTICULATED SPECIMEN OF THE BASAL TITANOSAURIAN (DINOSAURIA: SAUROPODA) EPACHTHOSAURUS SCIUTTOI FROM THE EARLY LATE CRETACEOUS BAJO BARREAL FORMATION OF CHUBUT PROVINCE, ARGENTINA
Abstract We describe an articulated specimen of the titanosaurian sauropod Epachthosaurus sciuttoi from the early Late Cretaceous Bajo Barreal Formation of Chubut Province, central Patagonia,Expand
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A Giant Sauropod Dinosaur from an Upper Cretaceous Mangrove Deposit in Egypt
We describe a giant titanosaurid sauropod dinosaur discovered in coastal deposits in the Upper Cretaceous Bahariya Formation of Egypt, a unit that has produced threeTyrannosaurus-sized theropods andExpand
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A gigantic new dinosaur from Argentina and the evolution of the sauropod hind foot
Titanosauria is an exceptionally diverse, globally-distributed clade of sauropod dinosaurs that includes the largest known land animals. Knowledge of titanosaurian pedal structure is critical toExpand
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A Gigantic, Exceptionally Complete Titanosaurian Sauropod Dinosaur from Southern Patagonia, Argentina
Titanosaurian sauropod dinosaurs were the most diverse and abundant large-bodied herbivores in the southern continents during the final 30 million years of the Mesozoic Era. Several titanosaurExpand
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A New Large-Bodied Oviraptorosaurian Theropod Dinosaur from the Latest Cretaceous of Western North America
The oviraptorosaurian theropod dinosaur clade Caenagnathidae has long been enigmatic due to the incomplete nature of nearly all described fossils. Here we describe Anzu wyliei gen. et sp. nov., a newExpand
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A DEFINITIVE ABELISAURID THEROPOD DINOSAUR FROM THE EARLY LATE CRETACEOUS OF PATAGONIA
Abstract A nearly complete, well-preserved maxilla of an abelisaurid theropod from the early Late Cretaceous (middle Cenomanian-Turonian) Lower Member of the Bajo Barreal Formation of Chubut,Expand
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Melanosomes or Microbes: Testing an Alternative Hypothesis for the Origin of Microbodies in Fossil Feathers
Microbodies associated with fossil feathers, originally attributed to microbial biofilm, have been reinterpreted as melanosomes: pigment-containing, eukaryotic organelles. This interpretationExpand
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Description of a Nearly Complete Juvenile Skull of Diplodocus (Sauropoda: Diplodocoidea) from the Late Jurassic of North America
ABSTRACT More than any other sauropod dinosaur group, the long-necked herbivores belonging to Diplodocoidea have been defined by their skulls. Their unique skull shape, which is extremely elongateExpand
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An abelisaurid from the Late Cretaceous of Egypt: implications for theropod biogeography
Recent paleogeographic scenarios postulate the isolation of continental Africa during the Late Cretaceous. The absence of abelisaurid theropods from Upper Cretaceous African strata was offered asExpand
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