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Deinosuchus



David Schwimmer (the paleontologist, not the part) is working on 
Deinosuchus material. He says that the southeastern states was ruled by 
Deinosuchids and lived in the seas.

Here's my Deinosuchus list.

Genus: Deinosuchus HOLLAND 1909
 = Phobosuchus NOPCSA 1924

Species: rugosus (EMMONS 1858)
= Polyptychodon rugosus EMMONS 1858
= Crocodilus rugosus (EMMONS 1858)

Holotype: USNM 7443

Locality: Elizabethtown, Bladen County, North Carolina.

Horizon: Black Creek Formation, Late Cretaceous.

Material: Teeth.

Referred material:

GALLANGER, PARRIS & SPAMER 1986

Locality: Ellisdale, Monmouth County, New Jersey.

Horizon: Lower Marshalltown Formation, Campanian, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

NJSM 10854:

NJSM 12463:

NJSM 13772,

NJSM 13933:

NJSM 13929:

Note: the material is Large dermal osteoscute, tooth, large pubis.
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MILLER 1967

Locality: Phoebus Landing, North Carolina.

Horizon: Black Creek Formation, Late Cretaceous.

Material: 

ANSP 15308: Teeth.

ANSP 15309: Scutes.

ANSP 15310, USNM 7443: Vertebrae.
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SCHWIMMER 1986

Locality: Chattahoochee River Valley, Western Georgia.

Horizon: Blufftown Formation, Campanian, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

CCK-85-3-3, CCK-84-11-1: Teeth.
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SCHWIMMER & WILLIAMS, 1996

Locality:

Horizon: Early Campanian, Late Cretaceous.

Material: Parital right mandible.
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= Pliogonodon priscus LEIDY 1856 (nomen dubium)

Holotype: USNM 7448

Locality: Cape Fear, North Carolina.

Horizon: Late Cretaceous.

Material: 2 teeth.
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= Polydectes biturgidus COPE 1869 (nomen dubium)

Holotype: USNM 7188

Locality: Sampson County, North Carolina.

Horizon: Marl pits, Late Cretaceous.

Material: Tooth.
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= Gorgosaurus? MILLER 1967

ANSP 15303

Locality: Phoebus Landing, North Carolina.

Horizon: Black Creek Formation, (Campanian), Late Cretaceous.

Material: Anterior portion of a right maxilla.
 
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Species: hatcheri HOLLAND 1909 

Holotype: CM 963

Locality: Willow Creek, 3 miles west of Nolan and Archer's Ranch, in Fergus 
County, Montana.

Horizon: Judith River Formation,  Campanian, Late Cretaceous.

Material: 

CM 963/1: 7th dorsal vertebra.

CM 963/2: Last lumbar vertebra.

CM 963/3: Cervical rib.

CM 963/4: Dorsal ribs.

CM 963/11: Right pubis.

CM 963/12, 963/13, 963/15: Cervical scutes.

CM 963/14: Dorsal scute.

CM 963/16: Sacro-caudal scute.

Note: Originally thought to belong to Stereocephalus tutus. . LULL, 1921 has a 
note on the bottom of page 121 
about Deinosuchus scutes.
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BREITHAUPT 1985

Number:

Locality: Wyoming.

Horizon: "Mesaverde" Formation, Late Cretaceous.

Material:
 
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Species: riograndensis (COLBERT & BIRD 1954)
= Phobosuchus riograndensis COLBERT & BIRD 1954

Type: AMNH 3073

Locality: East of Fresno Creek in the Big Bend National Park, on the south side 
of the Castellan trail, coming from 
Glenn Spring, about 1/4 mile north of a large quarry, excavated by the Works 
ProgressAdministration, Texas.

Horizon: Aguja Formation, Campanian, Late Cretaceous.

Material: Left and right premaxillae, anterior portion of right maxilla, 
symphyseal portion of right and left, left 
articular with posterior portion of left surangular, part of left dentary, 
teeth, probable 12th presacral vertebra, part 
of right? ilium and right scapula. 

Referred material:

LEHMAN, 1989

Number:

Locality: About 4 miles north of San Vicente, Big Bend National Park, Texas.

Horizon: Aguja Formation, Campanian, Late Cretaceous.

Material: Crushed skull and dentary.

Note: This skull shows that it had a more Alligatorian than the type skull has 
shown.
 
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Sp

SANKEY, 1997

Number:

Locality: Near Talley Mountain, Big Bend National Park, Texas.

Horizon: Upper Aguja Formation, Late Campanian, Early Cretaceous.

Material:
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THURMOND & JONES 1981

AGS 65A V-1096

Locality: West Greene, Greene County, Alabama.

Horizon: Late Cretaceous.

Material: Pelvis, right leg and foot, part of left leg, 35 vertebrae, 50-60 
dermal scutes and some rib fragments.
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Tracy