Woodbinesuchus
Woodbinesuchus (meaning "Woodbine Formation crocodile") is a genus of goniopholidid mesoeucrocodylian. Its fossils have been recovered from the Cenomanian-age Upper Cretaceous Woodbine Formation of Texas. Crocodyliform fossils are widespread in the formation. The type specimen of Woodbinesuchus, SMU 74626, came from near the base of the formation in Tarrant County. It was found by J. Byers and J. Maurice in May 1990. The specimen includes the lower jaw and a variety of postcranial elements, such as vertebrae, limb bones, shoulder and hip bones, and bony armor. The lower jaw was elongate and slender, with the two halves joined from the tip to the sixteenth teeth, and there was no mandibular fenestra. Yuong–Nam Lee named Woodbinesuchus in 1997, naming the type species W. byersmauricei to honor the discoverers. He tentatively assigned Woodbinesuchus to the Goniopholidae.

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Woodbinesuchus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Woodbinesuchus (meaning "Woodbine Formation crocodile") is a genus of goniopholidid mesoeucrocodylian. Its fossils have been recovered from the ...
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What Has Been Found - the Arlington Archosaur Site
The only documented crocodile from the Woodbine Formation is Woodbinesuchus; literally "Woodbine crocodile". Woodbinesuchus was named by SMU ...
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Fossilworks: Woodbinesuchus byersmauricei
Woodbinesuchus byersmauricei Lee 1997 (crocodilian). Reptilia - Loricata - Goniopholidae. Full reference: Y.-N. Lee. 1997. The Archosauria from the ...
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Woodbinesuchus Lee 1997 (crocodilian). Reptilia - Loricata - Goniopholidae. Full reference: Y.-N. Lee. 1997. The Archosauria from the Woodbine Formation ...
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Woodbinesuchus. Taxonomy. Woodbinesuchus was named by Lee (1997). Its type is Woodbinesuchus byersmauricei. It was assigned to Goniopholidae by Lee  ...
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Woodbinesuchus byersmauricei - Southern Methodist University
Vertebrate Type Specimens. Specimen Number: SMU 74626. Taxon: Woodbinesuchus byersmauricei. Age: Late Cretaceous, Cenomanian. Locality: SMU Loc.
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Woodbinesuchus byersmauricei - Southern Methodist University
Vertebrate Type Specimens. Specimen Number: SMU 74626. Taxon: Woodbinesuchus byersmauricei. Age: Late Cretaceous, Cenomanian. Locality: SMU Loc.
Skull Of Crocodile 100 Million Years Old Unearthed -- ScienceDaily
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It became available to access by the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) in spring ... Dallasaurus turneri: Full skeleton; Woodbinesuchus byersmauricei: Lower ...
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High-Resolution Approaches in Stratigraphic Paleontology
Peter J. Harries, 2008
B a r r e m i a n A ptia n A l b i a n C e n o m a n i a n L E L E M L E M L Taxon Dakotasuchus Ga? Ga? Ga Ga? Ga? Polydectes Ga Ga Woodbinesuchus Ga genus indet. Goniopholis Ga Ga Ga Ga Atoposauridae Fa? Fa Fa Fa genus indet. Ga?
Cretaceous Crocodylomorpha: Deinosuchus, Sarcosuchus, ...
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Kokuritsu Kagaku Hakubutsukan (Japan), Yukimitsu Tomida, Lawrence J. Flynn, 1998
Woodbinesuchus is a derived, long-snouted crocodyliform not known earlier. The Woodbine nodosaurid represents a family not recorded in the Trinity Group of Texas. The new hadrosaurid from the Woodbine Formation demonstrates ...
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Cool dinosaur site shows land near futuristic Dallas Cowboys Stadium was once a representation of the rich pageant of nature.
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Skull Of Crocodile 100 Million Years Old Unearthed -- ScienceDaily
Paleontologists have made the most important discovery to date at the Arlington Archosaur Site, a prolific fossil site in Texas. The disassembled skull of a crocodile with two-and-a-half-inch-long teeth that lived nearly 100 million years ago has been unearthed.
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Metazoica: Dinosaurs of Texas
(An interpretation of the site by UTA artist Clinton Crowley)As long as we are talking about new/unknown and fascinating dinosaur sites in the U.S., I might as well bring up the new Arlington Archosaur Site in Arlington, Texas. This site has garnered a bit of attention in the last few days, and is rather interesting to quite a few people, myself included.One reason the Arlington Archosaur Site has been given so much attention is because it is in Arlington, Texas.
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The Forgotten Archosaurs: SVP 2011 Roundup - Crocodylomorph Edition Part 1
General Crocodylomorph Ecology and Evolution(in order of presentation)Talks"Campanian crocodyliforms of Laramidia: new insights from the Kaiparowits Basin of southern Utah." Irmis, R., Sertich, J., Hutchison, J. H., And Titus, A.comprehensive survey of Kaiparowits crocodyliforms large, goniopholidid-like mesoeucroc. basal alligatorids: Deinosuchus hatcheri and Brachychampsa small alligatoroid lacking globidont teeth clear biogeographic relationship with the San Juan Basin (New Mexico) - some regionality but also endemic taxa supports the hypothesis of a distinct southern biogeographic province "Direct evidence of crocodyliform predation on small dinosaurians from the Kaiparowits Formation of Utah." Drumheller, S.
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