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Phylogeny of the Mosasaurinae (Squamata: Mosasauridae) with descriptions and functional morphology of new and existing mosasaurinesDownload
Mosasaurs were giant marine squamates that inhabited all of the world’s oceans approximately 93 to 65 Million Years Ago. The subfamily Mosasaurinae is one of the most diverse groups, including the robust-toothed Globidensini and the ichthyosaur-like members of the Plotosaurini (Plotosaurus +...
Three species of Cretaceous marine squamates are described or redescribed. The first, Pontosaurus ribaguster is described from a relatively complete specimen discovered on Hvar Island, Croatia. Preservation of identifiable nektonic teleosts within the gastric cavity (the first identifiable...