Allognathosuchus Mook 1921 (crocodilian)

Reptilia - Crocodylia - Alligatoridae

Synonym: Chrysochampsa Estes 1988

Full reference: C. C. Mook. 1921. Allognathosuchus, a new genus of Eocene crocodilians. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 44:105-110

Parent taxon: Alligatorinae according to A. E. P. Pinheiro et al. 2013

See also Bjork 1967, Brochu 1999, Carroll 1988, Case 1925, Estes 1988, Farke et al. 2014, Gilmore 1946, Jouve et al. 2008, Lucas and Sullivan 2004, Martin and Lauprasert 2010, Mook 1921, Simpson 1930 and Wu et al. 1996

Sister taxa: Alligator, Arambourgia, Ceratosuchus, Hassiacosuchus, Krabisuchus, Navajosuchus, Procaimanoidea, Wannaganosuchus

Subtaxa: Allognathosuchus heterodon Allognathosuchus mlynarskii Allognathosuchus polyodon Allognathosuchus wartheni Allognathosuchus woutersi

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Type: Crocodilus polyodon

Ecology: amphibious carnivore

Distribution:

• Eocene of Belgium (1 collection), Canada (1: Northwest Territories), France (3), Germany (2), Thailand (1), United States (95: Colorado, North Dakota, Texas, Wyoming)

• Paleocene of Argentina (1), United States (24: Colorado, Utah, Wyoming)

• Cretaceous of India (2), United States (4: Maryland, New Jersey, Wyoming)

Total: 134 collections including 136 occurrences

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