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From: A historical vertebrate collection from the Middle Miocene of the Peruvian Amazon

Fig. 10

Crocodylia from the Iquitos assemblage. A1K Partial right skull roof (A1A3: PIMUZ A/III 4567), proximal part of a right quadrate (B1B2: PIMUZ A/III 4587), central part of a right angular (C1C2: PIMUZ A/III 4569), posterocentral portion of a dentary (D1D2: PIMUZ A/III 4569), anterior part of a left surangular (E1E2: PIMUZ A/III 4587), partially preserved left ilium (F1F2: PIMUZ A/III 4568), partial dorsal osteoderm (G1G2: PIMUZ A/III 4587), and teeth (H1H2: PIMUZ A/III 4579; I: PIMUZ A/III 4573; JK: PIMUZ A/III 4584) of †Purussaurus sp. L1L8 Juvenile gryposuchine Gavialidae (PIMUZ A/III 4575). L1L3 Mid-region of a right dentary. L4L5 Part of the maxilla. L6L8 Posterior part of an articular. M1N3 Globular teeth (M1M3: PIMUZ A/III 4591; N1N3: PIMUZ A/III 4592) tentatively identified to †Gnatusuchus pebasensis. Abbreviations: Mc (Meckel’s canal). Views: anterodorsal (E2), dorsal (A1, G1, L2, L6), cross sectional (G2), labial (H1, N2), lingual (IJ, M2), lateral (E1, H2, L8, M3, N3), left lateral (B1, C1, D1, F1, L5), right lateral (A3, L3), medial (B2, C2, D2, F2, L7), occlusal (M1, N1), ventral (A2, L1, L4), and indet. (K)

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