Fasolasuchus

Fasolasuchus is an extinct genus of rauisuchid. Fossils have been found from Argentina that date back to the Rhaetian stage of the Late Triassic, making it one of the last rauisuchians to have existed before the order went extinct at the end of the Triassic. It is quite possibly the largest known member of Rauisuchia, with an estimated length of 8...
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Fasolasuchus

Fasolasuchus The “Fasola’s crocodile” named to honor Tomas H. Fasola, who found the holotype during explorations of the Los Colorados Formation in La Rioja Province, Argentina. From Late Triassic South America. Named by Bonaparte in 1981.
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