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Mesozoic alligators



I had quite a few requests for references on Mesozoic alligators so I
thought I would post it to the list. This is the result of a search on the
words "Alligat" and "Cretaceous" on my Endnote library of crocodilian
references.

A. Sun, 1958. A new species of Paralligator from Sungarian Plain., Vert.
Palas. 2: 277 - 281,

A. D. Buscalioni and J. L. Sanz, 1990. Montsecosuchus depereti
(Crocodylomorpha, Atoposauridae), new determination for Alligatorium
depereti Vidal, 1915 (early Cretaceous, Spain): redescription and
phylogenetic relationships., Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 10: 244 -
254,

B. R. Erickson, 1972. Alligator Ancestors, The Explorer 14: 18 - 21,
Z. Dong, 1974. Some fossil crocodiles from Sinkiang, Vert. Palas. 12: 187 -
189,

R. Owen, 1884, A history of British fossil reptiles, Cassell & Company
Limited, London, 1:

C. Pol, A. D. Buscalioni, J. Carballeira, V. Francés, N. L. Martinez, B.
Marandat, J. J. Moratalla, J. L. Sanz, B. Sigé and J. Villatte, 1992.
Reptiles and mammals from the late Cretaceous new locality Quintanilla del
Coco (Burgos Province, Spain), N. Jb. Geol. Paläont. Abh. 184: 279 - 314,

C. C. Young, 1964. New fossil crocodiles from China, Vert. Palas. 8: 189 - 208,

C. W. Gilmore, 1911. A new fossil alligator from the Hell Creek Beds of
Montana, Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus. 41: 297 - 301,

R. Lydekker, 1888, Catalogue of the Fossil Reptilia and Amphibia in the
British Museum (Natural History). Part 1, Trustees of the British Museum
(Natural History), London,

R. Owen, 1850. Monograph on the fossil reptilia of the London Clay. Part
II. Crocodilia, Ophidia., Palaeontographical Society Monographs 5-49,

A. D. Buscalioni, 1986, Cocodrilos fosiles del registro Español. Analisis
sitematico y filogenetico de la familia Atoposauridae (Reptilia,
Crocodilia)., Universidad Autonoma de Madrid,

E. D. Cope, 1874. Review of the Vertebrata of the Cretaceous Period found
west of the Mississippi River., Bulliten of the United States Geological
and Geographical Survey of the Territories. 2: 5-48,

M. A. Norell, J. M. Clark and J. H. Hutchinson, 1994. The late Cretaceous
alligatorid Brachyuranochampsa Montana  (Crocodylia): new material nad
putative relationships, American Museum Novitates 3116: 1/26,


Happy reading!

Cheers,

Paul


Dr Paul M.A. Willis
Consulting Vertebrate Palaeontologist
Quinkana Pty Ltd
pwillis@ozemail.com.au