The mandible of Kronosaurus queenslandicus Longman, 1924 (Pliosauridae, Brachaucheniinae), from the Lower Cretaceous of northwest Queensland, Australia

@article{Holland2018TheMO,
  title={The mandible of Kronosaurus queenslandicus Longman, 1924 (Pliosauridae, Brachaucheniinae), from the Lower Cretaceous of northwest Queensland, Australia},
  author={Timothy Holland},
  journal={Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology},
  year={2018},
  volume={38}
}
ABSTRACT The complete mandible of the brachauchenine thalassophonean pliosaurid Kronosaurus queenslandicus Longman, 1924, is described for the first time from specimen KK F0630, discovered from the late Albian Allaru Mudstone, Rolling Downs Group, near Julia Creek, northwest Queensland. Previously undescribed anatomy results in several new features used to diagnose the taxon, including a mandibular symphysis exhibiting lateral embayments to accommodate overhanging premaxillary fangs and severe… Expand
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