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“…This ridge is damaged in the mid-region of the posterior margin (see 3D model). A similar ridge is also seen in the brachiosaurid Soriatitan (Royo-Torres et al, 2017: Fig. 9).…”
Section: Resultssupporting
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“…This ridge is damaged in the mid-region of the posterior margin (see 3D model). A similar ridge is also seen in the brachiosaurid Soriatitan (Royo-Torres et al, 2017: Fig. 9).…”
Section: Resultssupporting
“…The stratigraphic position of the Spanish non-titanosauriform macronarian Aragosaurus (Sanz et al, 1987;Royo-Torres et al, 2014) has been the subject of debate (Canudo et al, 2012;Royo-Torres et al, 2014), but it has most recently been placed in the lower section of the Galve Formation and assigned a probable late Berriasian-early Valanginian age (Aurell et al, 2016). Stratigraphically younger Spanish deposits (late Hauterivian-early Aptian) record the presence of brachiosaurid (Soriatitan) and somphospondylan (Europatitan, Tastavinsaurus) titanosauriforms (Canudo et al, 2008;Royo-Torres et al, 2017b;Torcida Fernández-Baldor et al, 2017), as well as the rebbachisaurid Demandasaurus (Pereda-Suberbiola et al, 2003;Torcida Fernández-Baldor et al, 2011).…”
Section: Europementioning
“…This almost global presence continues during Early Cretaceous, with several brachiosaurids in North America (Mannion et al, 2017) and Africa (McPhee et al, 2016). In Europe, they are only represented by the Iberian brachiosaurid Soriatitan (Royo-Torres et al, 2017a).…”
Section: Phylogenetic Position Of Galvesaurus and Its Palaeobiogeogramentioning