A New Early Cretaceous Brachiosaurid (Dinosauria, Neosauropoda) from Northwestern Gondwana (Villa De Leiva, Colombia)

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  title={A New Early Cretaceous Brachiosaurid (Dinosauria, Neosauropoda) from Northwestern Gondwana (Villa De Leiva, Colombia)},
  author={Jos{\'e} Luis Carballido and Diego Pol and Mary Luz Parra Ruge and Santiago Padilla Bernal and Mar{\'i}a Eur{\'i}dice P{\'a}ramo-Fonseca and Fernando Etayo-Serna},
  year={2015}
}
ABSTRACT Brachiosaurid sauropods achieved a broad distribution during the Late Jurassic, which has been considered to provide evidence of their origins during the Middle Jurassic, prior to the breakup of Pangea. In contrast to their broad geographic distribution during the Late Jurassic, formally named brachiosaurid species from the Cretaceous have so far been restricted to the Aptian—Albian of North America, which has been interpreted as a signal of differential extinction and/or a bias in… 

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Phylogenetic analysis of Gondwanan basal eusauropods from the Early-Middle Jurassic of Patagonia, Argentina

  • F. HolwerdaD. Pol
  • Environmental Science, Geography
    Spanish Journal of Palaeontology
  • 2018
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The appendicular skeleton of the dwarf macronarian sauropod Europasaurus holgeri from the Late Jurassic of Germany and a re-evaluation of its systematic affinities

An extensive re-evaluation of the systematic position of Europasaurus was done based on the three most substantial data sets published in recent years, which resolvedEuropasaurus as a basal camarasauromorph in all cases, but brachiosaurid affinities remain plausible, especially considering the heterochronic evolution of the taxon.

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