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ZooKeys 28: Cretaceous Crocodyliformes from the Sahara

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Series: ZooKeys Volume: 28
By: Paul C Sereno and Hans CE Larsson
143 pages, Figs
ZooKeys 28: Cretaceous Crocodyliformes from the Sahara
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Diverse crocodyliforms have been discovered in recent years in Cretaceous rocks on southern landmasses formerly composing Gondwana. This publication reports on six species from the Sahara with an array of trophic adaptations that significantly deepen our current understanding of African crocodyliform diversity during the Cretaceous period. It describes two of these species (Anatosuchus minor, Araripesuchus wegeneri) from nearly complete skulls and partial articulated skeletons from the Lower Cretaceous Elrhaz Formation (Aptian-Albian) of Niger. The remaining four species (Araripesuchus rattoides sp. n., Kaprosuchus saharicus gen. n. sp. n., Laganosuchus thaumastos gen. n. sp. n., Laganosuchus maghrebensis gen. n. sp. n.) come from contemporaneous Upper Cretaceous formations (Cenomanian) in Niger and Morocco.

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Series: ZooKeys Volume: 28
By: Paul C Sereno and Hans CE Larsson
143 pages, Figs
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