Definition of Crocodyliformes. Meaning of Crocodyliformes. Synonyms of Crocodyliformes

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- Crocodyliformes is a clade of crurotarsan archosaurs, the group often traditionally referred to as "crocodilians". They are the first members of Crocodylomorpha...
- Crocodilia were moved to Crocodylomorpha and the slightly more restrictive Crocodyliformes. Crocodylomorpha has been given the rank of superorder in some 20th...
- recovered from the formation, alongside those of multiple species of crocodyliformes. Gadoufaoua (Touareg for "the place where camels fear to go") is a...
- Krause, D.W. (2010). "Postcranial axial skeleton of Simosuchus clarki (Crocodyliformes: Notosuchia) from the Late Cretaceous of Madagascar". Journal of Vertebrate...
- Crocodyliformes Genus Species Presence Notes Images Allodaposuchus A. precedens Doratodon Indeterminate Sabresuchus S. sympiestodon Formerly thought to...
- Bernissartiidae is an extinct family of Neosuchian Crocodyliformes known from the Early Cretaceous of Europe and North America. Dollo, L. (1883). "Première...
- Crocodyliformes reported from the Presidente Prudente Formation Genus Species Material Notes Images Pepesuchus P. deiseae "a nearly complete skeleton...
- Purussaurus is one of the largest known crocodyliformes ever to have existed. Three other extinct crocodyliformes, Sarcosuchus, Deinosuchus, and Rhamphosuchus...
- The Rotzo Formation is a geological formation in Italy, dating to roughly between 189 and 183 million years ago and covering the Pliensbachian stage of...
- Crocodyliformes of the Alcobaça Formation Genus Species Location Stratigraphic position Material Notes Images Goniopholis G. baryglyphaeus Guimarota Knoetschkesuchus...
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