2018
DOI: 10.7717/peerj.5594
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Abstract: Field work conducted by the staff of the Centro de Pesquisas Paleontológicas Llewellyn Ivor Price of the Universidade Federal do Triângulo Mineiro since 2009 at Campina Verde municipality (MG) have resulted in the discovery of a diverse vertebrate fauna from the Adamantina Formation (Bauru Basin). The baurusuchid Campinasuchus dinizi was described in 2011 from Fazenda Três Antas site and after that, preliminary descriptions of a partial crocodyliform egg, abelisaurid teeth, and fish remains have been done. Rec… Show more

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“…2020 ). Meanwhile, relative tail lengths in some notosuchian crocodyliforms are significantly shorter than those in crown-group crocodylians (e.g., Simosuchus clarki and Caipirasuchus mineirus : Georgi and Krause 2010 ; Martinelli et al. 2018 ).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 96%
“…2010 ; Nobre and de Souza Carvalho 2013 ; Leardi et al. 2015 ; Martinelli et al. 2018 ); Protosuchia ( Colbert and Mook 1951 ; Li 1985 ; Wu et al.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…2018; Martinelli et al . 2018; Fernández Dumont et al . 2020) and includes several species distributed in the Cretaceous of Niger ( A. wegeneri Buffetaut, 1981 and A. rattoides Sereno & Larsson, 2009), Madagascar ( A. tsangatsangana Turner, 2006), Brazil ( A. gomesii Price, 1959) and Argentina ( A. patagonicus Ortega et al ., 2000 and A. buitreraensis Pol & Apesteguía, 2005).…”
Section: Figmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…We incorporated notosuchians from parallel daughter matrices, using scores presented in those datasets, and a review of the literature. These consist of Razanandrongobe sakalavae from the Bathonian (Middle Jurassic) of Madagascar [25,59], the probable peirosaurids Bayomesasuchus hernandezi [58] and Barrosasuchus neuquenianus [60] from the early Late Cretaceous (Turonian and Santonian, respectively) of Argentina, the sphagesaurid Caipirasuchus mineirus from the late Campanian-early Maastrichtian (latest Cretaceous) of Brazil [61], and the sebecid Ogresuchus furatus from the early Maastrichtian of Spain [62]. We also expanded the sampling of putative peirosaurids that had not previously been incorporated into iterations of the Pol et al [6] data matrix via the inclusion of Rukwasuchus yajabalijekundu from the Late Cretaceous of Tanzania [63] and Miadanasuchus oblita from the Maastrichtian of Madagascar [64].…”
Section: Dentitionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The position of the largest tooth (the apex of the posterior wave) also varies among peirosaurids [6]. The apex of this posterior wave corresponds to the 13th tooth position in Antaeusuchus, Barrosasuchus, Gasparinisuchus and Kinesuchus overoi [57,60,74], whereas it occurs at the level of the 12th tooth in Hamadasuchus and Montealtosuchus [46,56]. In Stolokrosuchus, the jaw gradually increases in dorsoventral height posteriorly, corresponding with a progressively larger tooth size towards the posterior region of the dentary [65].…”
Section: Comparisons With Other Peirosauridsmentioning
confidence: 99%