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Re: Drepanosaurus



Here's what I have.
                   

                   SUBCLASS: ARCHOSAUROMORPHA BENTON 1985

                               SUPERORDER: NEODIAPSIDA BENTON 1985

Family: Megalancosauridae RENESTO, 1994


Genus: Megalancosaurus CALZAVARA, MUSICO & WILD, 1980

Species: preonensis CALZAVARA, MUSICO & WILD, 1980

Holotype: GP/1769 MFSN (Museo Friulano di Storia Naturale-Udine, Italy)

Locality: Near Casolare Torsulis in Preone Valley,-Ampezzo, Friuli, 
Italy.

Horizon: "Dolomia di Forni"-Norian, Late Triassic..

Material: Skull and lower jaws, cervical vertebrae, scapula, humerii, 
ulnae, radii, manii.

Referred material:

= Drepanosaurus unguicaudatus PINNA 1980 Juvenile specimens, not 
holotype specimen.

Locality: Val Bruciata, near Zogo, Bergamo, Lombardy, North Italy.

Horizon: Zorzino Limestone Formation, Norian, Late Triassic.

Museo Brembano di Scienze Naturali, San Pellegrino, Bergamo, MBSN 26: 
Immature specimen 1: Incomplete skeleton.

MFSN 1801: Immature specimen 2: Incomplete skeleton.
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RENESTO, 1994

Dipartimento di Scienze della Terra, Universita degli Studi, Milano, P 
11 24:

Locality: Zogno in the Bergamo Prealps, Lombardy, Northern Italy.

Horizon: Zorzino Limestone Formation, Norian, Late Triassic.

Material: Incomplete skeleton.


Family: Drepanosauridae PINNA 1980


Genus: Dolabrosaurus BERMAN & REISZ, 1992

Species: aquatilis BERMAN & REISZ, 1992

Holotype: CM 28589

Locality: NE 1/4, NE 1/4, sec. 30, T24N, R3E, near the base of Mesa 
Prieta, west side of entrance of Chama River into Abiquiu Reservoir, 
Rio Arriba County, North-Central New Mexico.

Horizon: Middle of the Upper Petrified Forest Member, Chinle Formation, 
Early Norian, Late Triassic.

Material: Portions of postcranial skeleton preserved on several blocks 
of matrix: greater portions of three dorsal vertebrae with fused ribs 
and the neural arch and spine of a fourth; articulated series of three 
sacral an
d first sacral and first caudal vertebra; articulated series of 26 
complete caudal vertebrae and haemal arch of preceding vertebra; mostly 
articulated right partial manus that includes greater portions of 
second through f
ifth digits and their respective metatarsals; associated terminal and 
preceding phalanges of left manus; distal portions of tibia and fibula 
and most of pes of articulated right hindlimb on counterpart blocks; 
distal end 
of femur, most of the tibia and fibula, partial calcaneum, and several 
phalanges of articulated left hindlimb: several fragments of vertebrae, 
ribs, and limbs elements on several blocks.
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Genus: Drepanosaurus PINNA 1980

Species: unguicaudatus PINNA 1980 

Holotype: MCSNB 5278a-b

Locality: Val Bruciata, near Zogo, Bergamo, Lombardy, North Italy.

Horizon: Zorzino Limestone Formation, Norian, Late Triassic.

Material: Skeleton lacking first cervicals.

Referred material:

MBSN 25: Incomplete skeleton.

MBSN 26: Incomplete skeleton.
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PINNA 1987

Number not given.

Locality: Endenna, Bergamo, Italy.

Horizon: Zorzino Limestone Formation, Norian, Late Triassic.

Material: 2 incomplete juvenile specimens.
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RENESTO & PAGANONI, 1995

Museo Civico di Scienze Naturali ?e. Caffi?, Bergamo (acronym: MCSNB) 
7833

Locality: 1136 st. Near to Ponte Giurino village, Berbenno 
municipality, Bergamo province, Lombardy,  Northern Italy.

Horizon: About 35 meters above the lower limit of Argillite di Riva di 
Solto Formation, Late Norian, Late Triassic.

Material: Some scattered posterior dorsal vertebrae, a sacral and 
caudal portion of the vertebral column, of the pelvic girdle and the 
posterior limbs.

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lepidosauromporh reptile from the upper Triassic Chinle Formation of 
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Calzavara, M., Muscio, G., & Wild, R. 1980. Megalancosaurus preonensis 
N. G., n. sp., a new Reptile from the Norian of Fruili, Italy. 
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