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Reptilia - Alligatoridae
It was recombined as Navajosuchus mooki by Mook (1942), Brochu (1999), Brochu (2004), Puértolas et al. (2011) and Farke et al. (2014).
|Year||Name and author|
|1930||Allognathosuchus mooki Simpson p. 3|
|1942||Navajosuchus mooki Mook|
|1942||Navajosuchus novomexicanus Mook p. 1 figs. 1-2|
|1988||Allognathosuchus mooki Sullivan et al. p. 125|
|1999||Navajosuchus mooki Brochu|
|2004||Navajosuchus mooki Brochu|
|2011||Navajosuchus mooki Puértolas et al.|
|2014||Navajosuchus mooki Farke et al.|
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If no rank is listed, the taxon is considered an unranked clade in modern classifications. Ranks may be repeated or presented in the wrong order because authors working on different parts of the classification may disagree about how to rank taxa.
|C. C. Mook 1942 (Navajosuchus novomexicanus)||Lack of pronounced conistriction of premaxillaries, large mandibular tooth, probably the fourth, biting into pit instead of notch, large size of external narial aperture, small size of supratemporal fenestrae, broad palatine bar between palatine fenestrae.|