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Hamadasuchus Crocodile Tooth Prehistoric Fossil mm 23 (5)

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  • Product Code: F23148

Description

Origin : Morocco. Hamada du Guir (Ifezouane Formation)

Geological era : Late Cretaceous (Cenomanian)

Age : 105-94 million of years

Size : cm 2.3


Prehistoric Crocodile Fossil Tooth cm 2.3 Hamadasuchus rebouli

Hamadasuchus rebouli (Buffetaut, 1994) è un genere estinto di mesoeucrocodili crocodilomorfi terricoli (Reptilia - Loricata - Sebecosuchia - Peirosauridae). I fossili sono stati trovati negli affioramenti della Formazione Kem Kem in Marocco sudorientale. Questi letti fossiliferi risalgono ai piani dell' Albiano e del Cenomaniano compresi fra Cretaceo inferiore superiore (da 105,3 a 94,3 milioni di anni). L'Hamadasuchus fu assegnato per la prima volta alla famiglia Trematochampsidae. Le caratteristiche diagnostiche del genere includono i suoi denti lateromedialmente compressi e dentellati. Aveva un muso profondo e una dentatura leggermente eterodonte con tre distinte morfologie dei denti presenti nelle sezioni della mascella inferiore. La sua località tipo è nei terreni silicoclastici di Hamada du Guir.
crocodyle fossil tooth, cm 1.7.

Hamadasuchus rebouli (Buffetaut, 1994) is an extinct genus of mesoeucrocodyle crocodilomorphs (Reptilia - Loricata - Sebecosuchia - Peirosauridae). The fossil remains have been found in the outskirts of Kem Kem Formation in South-East Morocco. These fossil beds date back to the plans of Albian and Cenomanian included between the Lower Cretaceous (from 105.3 to 94.3 million years). Hamadasuchus was first assigned to the Trematochampsidae family. Such diagnostic features include its laterally compressed and dented teeth. It had a deep muzzle and a slightly heterodied teeth with three distinct morphologies of the teeth in the lower jaw sections. Its location is in Hamada du Guir's silicoclastic fields.



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