Baurusuquídeos da Bacia Bauru (Cretáceo Superior, Brasil)

João Tadeu Arruda, Ismar de Souza Carvalho, Felipe Mesquita de Vasconcellos

Abstract


The baurusuchids are medium-sized crocodylomorphs with terrestrial habits, found in the Gondwana Cretaceous basins of South America and Paleogene basins of Europe and Africa. Since 1945 many skeletal remains have been found on Western of São Paulo State, in rocks of Adamantina Formation, Bauru Basin (Late Cretaceous). The vicinities of General Salgado County, São Paulo State, had revealed well-preserved and articulated fossils of baurusuchids, allowing studies on the their paleoecology and paleobiology.



DOI: https://doi.org/10.11137/2004_0_64-74

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