New tanystropheids (Reptilia: Archosauromorpha) from the Triassic of Europe

@article{Sennikov2011NewT,
  title={New tanystropheids (Reptilia: Archosauromorpha) from the Triassic of Europe},
  author={Andrey G. Sennikov},
  journal={Paleontological Journal},
  year={2011},
  volume={45},
  pages={90-104}
}
A new prolacertilian species and genus, Augustaburiania vatagini gen. et sp. nov. (Reptilia: Archosauromorpha), from the Lower Triassic of the Don River Basin is described. It is the first representative of the Tanystropheidae in the Eastern Europe and the world oldest member of this family. Another new genus (Protanystropheus gen. nov.) from Central and Western Europe is also established. The diversity, systematics, phylogeny, evolution, and stratigraphic and geographical distribution of… 
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