The Osteology of Chubutisaurus insignis Del Corro, 1975 (Dinosauria: Neosauropoda) from the ‘Middle’ Cretaceous of Central Patagonia, Argentina

@inproceedings{Carballido2011TheOO,
  title={The Osteology of Chubutisaurus insignis Del Corro, 1975 (Dinosauria: Neosauropoda) from the ‘Middle’ Cretaceous of Central Patagonia, Argentina},
  author={J. Carballido and D. Pol and I. Cerda and Leonardo Salgado},
  year={2011}
}
  • J. Carballido, D. Pol, +1 author Leonardo Salgado
  • Published 2011
  • Biology
  • ABSTRACT Titanosauriform sauropods were one of the most widely distributed groups of dinosaurs during the Cretaceous. In contrast to most derived forms from the Upper Cretaceous, the most basal taxa of the group are poorly known. Thus, studies on these forms are of special interest for understanding the origin and early evolution of Titanosauria. Chubutisaurus insignis del Corro, 1975, is known from postcranial remains found in the Bayo Overo Member of the Cerro Barcino Formation (Chubut… CONTINUE READING
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