Crocodilia

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Related to Crocodylian: Alligatoridae, Gavialidae

Crocodilia

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In addition, the neurocentral sutures are completely obliterated, as in mature crocodylians (Brochu, 1996; Herrera et al.
brasiliensis, whose range actually extends well into the northern temperate zone, are preserved despite the presence of other Neotropical vertebrates in the paleofauna such as a crocodylian, pampathere, and capybara (Mead et al.
2001b): Crocodylian snouts in space and time: phylogenetic approaches toward adaptive radiation.
Fragmentary crocodylian remains from the Lower Eocene of west Texas represent at least three taxa; these are the extinct generalized taxon Borealosuchus, the terrestrial Pristichampsus and a derived alligatoroid closely resembling forms given the name Allognathosuchus.
Harrell worked with 20 samples of fossil crocodylian dung.