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A new lariosaurus from the kalkschieferzone uppermost ladinian of valceresio varese northern italy


, : A new lariosaurus from the kalkschieferzone uppermost ladinian of valceresio varese northern italy. Bollettino della Societa Paleontologica Italiana 29(3): 309-319

Lariosaurus valceresii sp. n. is described on the basis of a well preserved specimen from the Kalkschieferzone of the locality of Ca' del Frate (Viggiu, VA). The specimen, about 1 m long, is dorso-ventrally flattened. The main character of this new species is the very high anterior/posterior limb length ratio, which differentiates it from the well known L. balsami Curioni. Being uppermost Ladinian, L. valceresii is the youngest species of the genus. On the basis of vertebrate and invertebrate fauna, an alternate of marine and brackish environments is hypothesized, the former of which yields fish and reptiles, the latter mainly conchostracans.

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