Genus: Notosuchus WOODWARD, 1896
Etymology: Greek, noto, "south" and Greek, souchos, "crocodile."

Species: terrestris WOODWARD, 1896
Etymology:

Lecotype: MLP 64-IV-16-5

Locality: Neuquen Province, Argentina.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Late Cretaceous.

Material: Skull.

Notosuchus terrestris (after Fiorelli & Calvo, 2008).

Referred material:

MLP 64-IV-16-1: Fragment of cranium.

MLP 64-IV-16-2: Posterior part of a cranium.

MLP 64-IV-16-3: Skull and mandibula.

MLP 64-IV-16-4: Rostrum and mandible.

MLP 64-IV-16-6 (205): Portion of rostrum.

MLP 64-IV-16-7 (219): Skull of a juvenile.

MLP 64-IV-16-8 (209): Incomplete skull.

MLP 64-IV-16-9 (201): Portion of a rostrum.

MLP 64-IV-16-10 (221): Posterior part of a cranium.

MLP 64-IV-16-11: Palate and mandible.

MLP 64-IV-16-12: Fragment of a maxilla.

MLP 64-IV-16-13: Anterior fragment of a mandibular ramus.

MLP 64-IV-16-14: Maxilla and premaxilla with teeth.

MLP 64-IV-16-15: Anterior portion of a rostrum.

MLP 64-IV-16-17: Basiocciptal and basiefenoid.

MLP 64-IV-16-18: Fragment of basiocciptal and basiefenoid.

MLP 64-IV-16-19: Fragment of a mandible.

MLP 64-IV-16-20: Mandible.

MLP 64-IV-16-21: Anterior portion of a rostrum.

MLP 64-IV-16-22: Fragment of a rostrum.

MLP 64-IV-16-23: Maxilla and a fragment of a mandibula.

MLP 64-IV-16-24: Anterior fragment of a rostrum and mandible.

POL & GASPARINI, 2007

MLP 64-IV-16-25: Fragment of right lower jaw associated with ectopterygoid, pterygoid flangs, and supratemporal region.

MLP 64-IV-16-28: ISolated distal tibia, calcanium, and astragalus.

MLP 64-IV-16-30: Braincase and supratemporal region of the skull.

MUCPv 118: Skull and lower jaws of a juvenile.

 


BONAPARTE, 1991

Locality: Northern area of Nequen City, Neuquen Province, Argentina.

Horizon: Bajo de la Carpa Formation, Lower Rio Colorado Subgroup, Upper Neuquen Group.
(was Bajo de La Carpa Member? Rio Colorado Formation, Neuquen Group.)

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Coloradoan Tetrapoda Assemblage, Santonian-Campanian Stage, Senonian Subepoch, Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

MACN-N 22: Posterior skull.

MACN-N 23: Fragmentary skull and fragmentary dentary.

MACN-N 24: Distal end of snout and mandible.

 

FIORELLI & CALVO, 2008

Locality: South hill of the Neuquen River, Neuquen Province, Argentina.

Horizon: Bajo de la Carpa Formation, Lower Rio Colorado Subgroup, Upper Neuquen Group.
(was Bajo de La Carpa Member? Rio Colorado Formation, Neuquen Group.)

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Coloradoan Tetrapoda Assemblage, Santonian-Campanian Stage, Senonian Subepoch, Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

MUCPv-137: Skull and incompletely articulated postcranial, together with associated postcranial remains.

MUCPv-198: Cranial and disarticulated fragmentary postcranial associated materials.

 

POL, 2005

Locality: Outcrops west of Paso Cordova, Rio Negro Province, Argentina.

Horizon: Bajo de la Carpa Formation, Lower Rio Colorado Subgroup, Upper Neuquen Group.
(was Bajo de La Carpa Member? Rio Colorado Formation, Neuquen Group.)

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Coloradoan Tetrapoda Assemblage, Santonian-Campanian Stage, Senonian Subepoch, Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

MACN-RN 1024: Proximal end of a coracoid.

MACN-RN 1027: Fragmentary skull assocated to osteoderms.

MACN-RN 1037: Skull associated with cervical and dorsal vertebrae, pectoral girdle and forelimb.

MACN-RN 1042: Proximal end of a jumerus, and distal end of a radius.

MACN-RN 1043: Isolated osteoderm.

MACN-RN 1044: Fragmenary skull associated to cervicodorsal vertebae, scapulae and pelvic girdle elements.

MPCA-PV 249: Dorsolumbar, sacral and caudal vertebrae in articulation with righ tilium, femur and proximal end of a tibia.

MPCA-PV250: Forelimb associated with skull and lower jaws.

 

Locality: Near Neuquen City, Neuquen Province, northern Patagonia, Argentina.

Horizon: Bajo de la Carpa Formation, Lower Rio Colorado Subgroup, Upper Neuquen Group.
(was Bajo de La Carpa Member? Rio Colorado Formation, Neuquen Group.)

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Coloradoan Tetrapoda Assemblage, Santonian-Campanian Stage, Senonian Subepoch, Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

MUC-PV 287: Associated postcranial remains including vertebral series, scapular girdle, forelimb, pelvis and hindlimb.

MLP 64-IV-16-27: Isolated dorsal vertebrae.

FIORELLI & CALVO, 2008

MUCPv-35: Skull and anterior part of jaw.

MUCPv-147: Complete and articulated skull and jaw in assocated postcranial remains.

MUCPv-149: Associated postcranial remains.


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Species: lepidus SAEZ, 1957
Etymology:

Holotype: Number not given.

Locality: Neuquen Province, Argentina.

Horizon: Old red Sandstone.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Late Cretaceous.

Material: Skull missing most of the middle and posterior portion of dentary.

Notosuchus lepidus (modified from Saez, 1957).