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Abstract A new specimen of the sauropod titanosaur Neuquensaurus australis, collected in the locality of Cinco Saltos (Patagonia, Argentina), provides an opportunity to improve our knowledge of theExpand
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The Teeth of the Unenlagiine Theropod Buitreraptor from the Cretaceous of Patagonia, Argentina, and the Unusual Dentition of the Gondwanan Dromaeosaurids
Gianechini, F.A., Makovicky, P.J., and Apesteguía, S. 2011. The teeth of the unenlagiine theropod Buitreraptor from the Cretaceous of Patagonia, Argentina, and the unusual dentition of the GondwananExpand
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The Cranial Osteology of Buitreraptor gonzalezorum Makovicky, Apesteguía, and Agnolín, 2005 (Theropoda, Dromaeosauridae), from the Late Cretaceous of Patagonia, Argentina
ABSTRACT Buitreraptor gonzalezorum is a paravian theropod from the Late Cretaceous of Patagonia that has been recovered as an unenlagiine dromaeosaurid in several phylogenies. It was preliminarilyExpand
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New skulls and skeletons of the Cretaceous legged snake Najash, and the evolution of the modern snake body plan
New fossils from the legged snake Najash reveal the evolutionary origins of key features of the modern snake skull and body. Snakes represent one of the most dramatic examples of the evolutionaryExpand
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The first dinosaur remains from the Cretaceous of Ecuador
Abstract Yamanasaurus lojaensis gen. et sp. nov. is a new titanosaur (Saurischia, Sauropoda) from the Upper Cretaceous of the Alamor-Lancones Basin, southern Ecuador. The fossil remains were found inExpand
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A Late Campanian Sphenodontid Maxilla from Northern Patagonia
Abstract At the end of the Early Cretaceous the once abundant sphenodontians vanished from the Laurasian record and were thought to have become virtually extinct, with the sole exception ofExpand
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A new specimen with skull and vertebrae of Najash rionegrina (Lepidosauria: Ophidia) from the early Late Cretaceous of Patagonia
The limbed snake Najash rionegrina from the Cenomanian (early Late Cretaceous) of the La Buitrera Palaeontological Area (LBPA), northern Patagonia is a key taxon in any study of the origin and earlyExpand
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New anatomical information on Araripesuchus buitreraensis with implications for the systematics of Uruguaysuchidae (Crocodyliforms, Notosuchia)
Abstract Araripesuchus (Uruguaysuchidae) is a Gondwanan mesoeucrocodylian genus that includes several species, distributed in the Cretaceous of Niger (A. wegeneri and A. rattoides), Madagascar (A.Expand