Pholidosaurus schaumburgensis Meyer 1841 (crocodilian)

Reptilia - Loricata - Pholidosauridae

Full reference: H. v. Meyer. 1841. Pholidosaurus Schaumburgensis , ein Saurus aus dem Sandstein der Wald-Formation Nord-Deutschlands. Neues Jahrbuch für Mineralogie 1841:343-345

Belongs to Pholidosaurus according to Meyer 1841

Sister taxa: Pholidosaurus meyeri, Pholidosaurus milwardi, Pholidosaurus purbeckensis

Type specimen: IMGPGo 741-1, a set of vertebrae (Natural mould of part of thorax). Its type locality is Harrl quarry, Bückeburg, which is in a Berriasian terrestrial sandstone in the Bückeberg Formation of Germany.

Ecology: carnivore

Distribution: found only at Harrl quarry, Bückeburg

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