Dactyliocerassandstein Formation: Difference between revisions

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''[[Mystriosaurus]]''<ref>Kaup, J.J. 1841. "Über ''Mystriosaurus''-Reste aus dem Lias-Kalk von Altdorf". In: G. Bronn and J.J. Kaup (eds.), ''Abhandlungen über die gavial-artigen Reptilien der Lias-Formation''. 47 pp. E. Schweizerbart'sche Verlagshandlung, Stuttgart.</ref><ref>Winkler, T. C. (1876). ''Etude sur le genre mystriosaurus et description de deux exemplaires nouveaux de ce genre'' (Vol. 1).</ref><ref name=BIOTA/>
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*''Mystriosaurus laurillardi''
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* Irlbach
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Frontal [[Rostrum (anatomy)#Vertebrates|rostrum]]
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A [[Thalattosuchia]]n of the family [[Teleosauridae]]., Aand a marine crocodrylomorph with a diet probably based on fish. Was consideredConsidered synonymous with [[Steneosaurus]] until recently.<ref>Sachs, S.; Johnson, M.M.; Young, M.T.; Abel, P. (2019). "The mystery of ''Mystriosaurus'': Redescribing the poorly known Early Jurassic teleosauroid thalattosuchians ''Mystriosaurus laurillardi'' and ''Steneosaurus brevior''" (PDF). ''Acta Palaeontologica Polonica''. 64 (3): 565–579. doi:10.4202/app.00557.2018.</ref>
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[[File:Palais de Rumine (Lausanne)-05.JPG|thumb|center|225px|alt=Fossil in a museum|''[[Mystriosaurus]]'']]
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''[[Pelagosaurus]]''<ref>Bronn HG. 1841. "Über die fossilen Gaviale der Lias-Formation und der Oolithe". ''Archiv für Naturgeschichte'', Berlin 8:77–82.</ref><ref name=BIOTA/>
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*''Pelagosaurus typus''
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* Irlbach
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A [[Thalattosuchia]]n with a complex assignation, where can; bepossibly a member of the family [[Teleosauridae]] or thea basalmost[[Basal (phylogenetics)|basal]] [[Metriorhynchoidea]]n. With a less heavy builtlighter, biggerlarger skull and more visible marine adaptation, its diet was probably based completely on fish; (one fossil specimen was found with a [[Leptolepis]] in its stomach contents). Has been considered a basal Metriorhynchidae<ref>Buffetaut, E. (1980). ''Position systématique et phylogénétique du genre'' Pelagosaurus Bronn, 1841 (Crocodylia, Mesosuchia), du Toarcien d'Europe. Geobios, 13(5), 783–786.</ref> orHas been considered a [[Sister group|sister taxon]] to both [[Teleosauridae]] and [[Metriorhynchidae]].<ref>Benton MJ, Clark JM. 1988. "Archosaur phylogeny and the relationships of the Crocodylia"; pp. 295–338 in MJ. Benton (ed.), ''The phylogeny and classification of the tetrapods'', Vol. 1. Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds. Systematic Association Special Volume 35A. Clarendon Press, Oxford.</ref>
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[[File:Pelagosaurus typus.JPG|thumb|center|225px|alt=Long, slender fossil|''[[Pelagosaurus]]'']]
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