A new reconstruction of the skull of Sebecus icaeorhinus (Crocodyliformes: Sebecosuchia) from the Eocene of Argentina

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  • Ralpah Molnar Museum of Northern Arizona

Resumo

A new reconstruction of the skull of Sebecus icaeorhinus The previous reconstruction of the skull of Sebecus icaeorhinus is too long, because the left maxilla was incorrect restored. The maxilla bore ten, not eleven, teeth. The quadrate was more vertical in its orientation and the articular condyle for the mandible was nearly horizontal. The snout of S. icaeorhinus has inclined, nearly straight lateral sides, and is apparently relatively lower and longer than in Barinasuchus, Bergisuchus, Bretesuchus and Zulmasuchus.

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2010-12-26