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The origin of modern crocodyliforms: new evidence from the Cretaceous of Australia
While the crocodyliform lineage extends back over 200 million years (Myr) to the Late Triassic, modern forms—members of Eusuchia—do not appear until the Cretaceous. Eusuchia includes the crown groupExpand
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The crocodilian Goniopholis simus from the Lower Cretaceous of north-western Germany
A re-evaluation of crocodilian material referred to Goniopholis from the Berriasian (Lower Cretaceous) of north-western Germany is presented, based on the description of a natural mould of a skullExpand
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A reappraisal of the Cretaceous non-avian dinosaur faunas from Australia and New Zealand: evidence for their Gondwanan affinities
It has often been assumed that Australasian Cretaceous dinosaur faunas were for the most part endemic, but with some Laurasian affinities. In this regard, some Australasian dinosaurs have beenExpand
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A new crocodilian from the Lower Cretaceous Crato Formation of north-eastern Brazil
A new mesosuchian crocoddian from the Nova Olinda Member of the Crato Formation (Lower Cretaceous, Aptian) of north-eastern Brazil is described. Susisuchus anatoceps gen. et sp. nov. is the firstExpand
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Detrital zircon age constraints for the Winton Formation, Queensland: Contextualizing Australia's Late Cretaceous dinosaur faunas
The Winton Formation provides an important snapshot of Australia's late Mesozoic terrestrial biota, boasting a vertebrate fauna that includes dinosaurs, crocodyliforms, aquatic squamates, turtles,Expand
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Crocodilians from the lower Cretaceous (Berriasian) Purbeck Limestone Group of Dorset, southern England
A total of 13 species of crocodilians, representating nine genera, have been recognized from the Lower Cretaceous (Berriasian) Purbeck Limestone Group of Dorset, southern England. Of these taxa, onlyExpand
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A new species of Theriosuchus (Atoposauridae, Crocodylomorpha) from the Late Jurassic (Kimmeridgian) of Guimarota, Portugal
A new species of an atoposaurid crocodilian, Theriosuchus guimarotae, is described from the Late Jurassic (Kimmeridgian) of Portugal. Theriosuchus guimarotae can be distinguished from other speciesExpand
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A reassessment of large theropod dinosaur tracks from the mid-Cretaceous (late Albian–Cenomanian) Winton Formation of Lark Quarry, central-western Queensland, Australia: A case for mistaken identity
Multivariate analysis is used to differentiate shape variations between ichnites of theropod and ornithopod dinosaurs. Tracks of an alleged theropod cf. Tyrannosauropus from the mid-Cretaceous (lateExpand
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A Megaraptor-like theropod (Dinosauria: Tetanurae) in Australia: support for faunal exchange across eastern and western Gondwana in the Mid-Cretaceous
The fossil record of Australian dinosaurs in general, and theropods in particular, is extremely sparse. Here we describe an ulna from the Early Cretaceous Eumeralla Formation of Australia that sharesExpand
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