Redondasaurus gregorii Hunt and Lucas 1993 (archosaur)

Reptilia - Phytosauria - Parasuchidae

Full reference: A. P. Hunt and S. G. Lucas. 1993. A new phytosaur (Reptilia: Archosauria) genus from the uppermost Triassic of the western United States and its biochonological significance. The Nonmarine Triassic. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin 3:193-196

Belongs to Redondasaurus according to A. P. Hunt and S. G. Lucas 1993

Sister taxa: Machaeroprosopus andersoni, Machaeroprosopus buceros, Machaeroprosopus jablonskiae, Machaeroprosopus lottorum, Machaeroprosopus mccauleyi, Machaeroprosopus pristinus, Machaeroprosopus tenuis, Machaeroprosopus validus, Pseudopalatus maccauleyi, Redondasaurus bermani

Type specimen: YPM 3294, a skull. Its type locality is Shark Tooth Hill, NMMNH Loc. 487, which is in a Norian floodplain conglomerate/siltstone in the Redonda Formation of New Mexico.

Ecology: carnivore

Distribution:

• Triassic of United States (6: New Mexico, Utah collections)

Total: 6 collections each including a single occurrence

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