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Reptilia - Aegyptosuchidae
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. M. Holliday and N. M. Gardner 2012||Large-sized eusuchians with raised, rugose integumentary boss on the dorsal surface of the parietal; parietal and squamosal meet along caudal wall of dorsotemporal fenestra; parietal not completely excluded from the occipital surface; supraoccipital is not exposed on dorsal skull table; laterosphenoid capitate processes are laterally oriented; ventral edge of squamosal groove for external ear flap musculature is lateral to the dorsal edge; squamosal posteromedial branch is posterolaterally oriented; depression for palpebral on anterodorsal surface of the prefrontal; paroccipital processes of squamosal bear a long process lateral to the cranioquadrate opening; postorbital bears a prominent anterolateral projection distinct from its dorsal corner; external auditory meatus fossa does not extend further than the posterior margin of the postorbital; postorbitosquamosal suture passes medially to the ventral skull table.|