A new giant Purussaurus (Crocodyliformes, Alligatoridae) from the Upper Miocene Urumaco Formation, Venezuela

@article{Aguilera2006ANG,
  title={A new giant Purussaurus (Crocodyliformes, Alligatoridae) from the Upper Miocene Urumaco Formation, Venezuela},
  author={O. Aguilera and D. Riff and Jean Bocquentin-Villanueva},
  journal={Journal of Systematic Palaeontology},
  year={2006},
  volume={4},
  pages={221 - 232}
}
Synopsis Fossil Crocodylia are taxonomically diverse in South America, particularly in the upper Miocene Urumaco Formation (Venezuela). Among them is the giant alligatoroid Purussaurus, previously known from the upper Miocene Solimões Formation in Brasil (P. brasiliensis) and the middle Miocene of La Venta in Colombia (P. neivensis). New specimens of Crocodylia from the Urumaco Formation are described and a new species, Purussaurus mirandai, erected. This is characterised by a large, elongate… Expand
Lower Miocene alligatoroids (Crocodylia) from the Castillo Formation, northwest of Venezuela
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