Late Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) amphibians and squamates from northeastern Iberia

@inproceedings{Blanco2016LateC,
  title={Late Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) amphibians and squamates from northeastern Iberia},
  author={Alejandro Vergara Blanco and Arnau Bolet and H. Blain and V{\'i}ctor Fondevilla and Josep Marmi},
  year={2016}
}
Abstract Maastrichtian biodiversity of medium- and large-sized terrestrial vertebrates is well known in Europe and, specifically, in the Iberian Peninsula. Regarding small-sized herpetofaunas (lissamphibians and squamates), only a few European sites have yielded a significant amount of fossils, and they are still poorly known from the Iberian Peninsula. Recent fieldwork carried out at several sites exposing the Tremp Formation (Southern Pyrenees) has revealed four new localities yielding… CONTINUE READING
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