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Some New and Exciting Triassic Archosauria from the Dolomites (Northern Italy)

By: Michael Wachtler(Author), Thomas Perner(Author)
Publisher: DoloMythos
Some New and Exciting Triassic Archosauria from the Dolomites (Northern Italy)
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Language: English

This book contains the following contributions on Triassic archosaur fossils found in the Dolomites in Northern Italy:
- A new interesting archosaur from the Ladinian (Middle Triassic) of the Dolomites (Northern Italy)
- A new reptile from the Middle Triassic (Anisian) of Piz da Peres (Dolomites - Northern Italy)
- A fossil polychaete worm from the Illyrian of the Dolomites (Northern Italy)
- Early-Middle Triassic vertebrate track sites from the Dolomites (Northern Italy)
- Megachirella wachtleri and the origin of squamates
- The history of discovery
- The marine reptile Neusticosaurus from the Eastern Alps

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By: Michael Wachtler(Author), Thomas Perner(Author)
Publisher: DoloMythos
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