4 km west-northwest of Cerro Cóndor (Jurassic to of Argentina)

Also known as Cerro Condor

Where: Chubut, Argentina (43.4° S, 69.2° W: paleocoordinates 41.0° S, 28.6° W)

• coordinate estimated from map

• small collection-level geographic resolution

When: Cañadón Asfalto Formation (Sierra de Olte Group), Late/Upper Toarcian to Late/Upper Toarcian (180.1 - 168.4 Ma)

• level slightly below that at "Queso Rallado"

• bed-level stratigraphic resolution

Environment/lithology: lacustrine; cherty/siliceous limestone

• "strongly silicified limestones"

Size class: macrofossils

Collected by O. W. M. Rauhut

Collection methods: mechanical,

Primary reference: O. W. M. Rauhut. 2007. A fragmentary theropod skull from the Middle Jurassic of Patagonia. Ameghiniana 44(2):479-483 [M. Carrano/M. Carrano]more details

Purpose of describing collection: taxonomic analysis

PaleoDB collection 75891: authorized by Matthew Carrano, entered by Matthew Carrano on 05.11.2007

Creative Commons license: CC BY (attribution)

Taxonomic list

• Rauhut notes "with the discovery of additional theropods from the Cañadón Asfalto Formation, the identification as Condorraptor is no longer tenable" - correct, but I have removed the formal ID assigned to Rougier et al. 2007 as this paper does not contain any reference to this specimen or to theropod diversity specifically. [From Carrano: Okay, but please indicate your identity; I assume it's Richard Butler, but someone else won't know that.]
Reptilia
 Saurischia - Piatnitzkysauridae
Piatnitzkysauridae indet. Carrano et al. 2012 tetanuran
MPEF PV 1717 (SEE NOTES IN COLLECTION RECORD)