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|C. A. Brochu and P. D. Gingerich 2000||Derived tornistomine crocodylian differing from all other tomistomines (includ- ing i? cairense from the underlying Mokattam Formation) in having a skull table that slopes later- ally from the midline, acute rims on the supratemporal fenestrae, and laterosphenoid capitate pro- cesses with anterodorsal margins perpendicular to the sagittal plane.|