Genus: Acynodon BUSCALIONI, ORTEGA & VASSE, 1997
Etymology: “A” is the Greek prefix for “absence”; “cyn” is the Greek work for “dog”; and “odon”, the Greek work for “tooth”: “Acynodon” means “lacking dog teeth”, referring to the absence of large caniniform teeth.

Species: iberoccitanus BUSCALIONI, ORTEGA & VASSE, 1997
Etymology: “iberoccitanus” refers to the known distribution of this taxon, the Iberian Peninsula and the Occitania.
= Alligator indet. ASTIBIA, BUFFETAUT, BUSCALIONI, CAPPETTA, CORRAL, ESTES, GARCIA-GARMILLA, JAEGER, JIMENEZ-FUENTES LE LOEUFF, MAZIN, ORUE-ETXEBARRIA, PEREDA-SUBERBIOLIA, POWELL, RAGE, RODRIGUEZ-LAZARO, SANZ AND TONG. 1989. (button like teeth.)

Holotype: MCNA 7497

Locality: Disused sand quarry near the village of Lano, Lano quarry, Trevino County, about 20 km SE of the City of Vitoria, Basque-Cantabric Basin, Basque County, Iberian Peninsula, Spain.

Horizon: Sobrepena Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Uppermost Campanian-Lowermost Maastrichtian Stage, Upper Senonian subepoch, Upper Upper Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material: An almost complete left maxilla.

Paratypes:

MCNA 7501, 7506, 7507: A set of numbered specimens consisting of fragments of mandibles.

MCNA 7499: Lachrymal.

MCNA 7500: Maxilla.

Referred material:

BUSCALIONI, ORTEGA & VASSE, 1999

MCNA 1845: Right ramus of mandible with associated teeth.

MCNA 7498: Dentary symphysis.

MCNA 7503: Small fragment of jugal.

MCNA 7504: Fragment of frontal.

MCNA 7505: Right jugal and quadratojugal.

MCNA 7506: Fragment of dentary symphsis.

MCNA 7508: Fragment of maxilla.

MCNA 7509: Premaxilla.

UPUAMLD32, 38, 41: Teeth.

 

EMILAND MARTIN & BUFFETAUT, 2005

Locality: Massecaps site, Cruzy, Herault Department, France.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Late Campanian- Lower Maastrichtian Stage, uppermost Senonian subepoch, Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

M260: Isolated teeth and a left ramus of a mandible.

 

MARTIN, 2007

Locality: Fox-Amphoux, Var Department, France.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Late Campanian- Lower Maastrichtian Stage, uppermost Senonian subepoch, Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

ACAP-FX1: Complete skull.

ACAP-FX2: An almost complete skull with premaxillary and maxillary dentition.

ACAP-QR1: An occipital portion of a skull.

ACAP-M1343: An occipital portion of skull.

ACAP-M260: A left ramus of mandible.

ACAP-QR7: Right dentary.

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Species: lopezi BUSCALIONI, ORTEGA & VASSE, 1997
Etymology: In honor of the Spanish paleontologist Nieves Lopez, who discovered the outcrop and found the crocodilian teeth.

Holotype: UPUAM-QC-12

Locality: Quintanilla del Coco, Burgos Province, Spain.

Horizon: Calizas de Lynchnus Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Maastrichtian Stage, Uppermost Senonian, Uppermost Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material: Teeth.

Paratypes:

UPUAM-QC-1, QC-2: Teeth from the dentary and maxillary series.

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Species: adriaticus DELFINO, MARTIN & BUFFETAUT, 2008
Etymology: From 'sinus adriaticus', the Latin name for the Adriatic Sea, on the shore of which the site of Villaggio del Pescatore is located.

Holotype: MCSNT 57248

Locality: Villaggio del Pescatore, Duino-Aurisina municipality, 45°46'43"N, 13°35'19"S, Trieste Province, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy.

Biostatigraphy:

Age: Late Santonian Stage or Santonian-Campanian Stage, Upper Senonian, Uppermost Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material: Complete skull with lower jaws, part of the hyoid apparatus and pectoral girdle, right forelimb, the first 10 vertebrae, some ribs, and several osteoderms.

Paratype:

MCSNT 57032: Associated osteoderms and ribs.