A New Crocodyliform from Zos Canyon, Mongolia

@inproceedings{Norell2004ANC,
  title={A New Crocodyliform from Zos Canyon, Mongolia},
  author={Mark A. Norell},
  year={2004}
}
Here we report on a new fossil crocodyliform from Cretaceous Redbeds in the Zos Canyon, Gobi Desert, Mongolia. This new taxon, Zosuchus davidsoni, is described based on the information provided by five specimens collected during expeditions of the Mongolian Academy of Sciences–American Museum of Natural History. Zosuchus davidsoni is identifiable by numerous characters, including a posteriorly extensive secondary palate that opens through a secondary choana bordered by the palatines and… CONTINUE READING
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