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A NEW RHYNCHOSAUR FROM THE MIDDLE TRIASSIC OF DEVON

@inproceedings{Benton1993ANR,
  title={A NEW RHYNCHOSAUR FROM THE MIDDLE TRIASSIC OF DEVON},
  author={M. Benton},
  year={1993}
}
A new specimen of Rhynchosaurus spenceri Benton, 1990 is described. Rhynchosaurs were medium sized, bulky, herbivores common world-wide in the mid-Triassic. This new specimen adds to evidence of the mid-Triassic age of the Otter Sandstone Formation of Ladram Bay, south-eastern Devon. It has been deposited in the Royal Albert Museum, Exeter, where it is registered as EXEMS 79/1992. The new specimen is the most complete yet found in Devon 
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