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Thoracosaurus Temporal range: Late Cretaceous-Early Paleocene Thoracosaurus sp. teeth at the Geological Museum, Copenhagen Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Sauropsida Order: Crocodilia Superfamily: Gavialoidea Genus: Thoracosaurus Leidy, 1852 Species T. neocesariensis (de Kay, 1842 [originally Gavialis neocesariensis]) (type) T. macrorhynchus Thoracosaurus is an extinct genus of gavialoid crocodilian which existed during the Late Cretaceous and early Paleocene.[1] It contains the species Thoracosaurus neocesariensis in North America [2] and Thoracosaurus macrorhynchus in Europe. A number of species have been referred to this genus, but most are dubious.[1] Thoracosaurus skull References ^ a b Brochu, C. A. (2006) Osteology and phylogenetic significance of Eosuchus minor (Marsh, 1870) new combination, a longirostrine crocodylian from the Late Paleocene of North America. Journal of Paleontology 80(1):162–186. ^ Page 125; A study of fossil vertebrate types in the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia: taxonomic, systematic, and historical perspectives Issue 16 of Special Publication Series, Academy of Natural Sciences (Philadelphia, Pa.) By Earle E. Spamer, Edward Daeschler, L. Gay Vostreys-Shapiro. Academy of Natural Sciences, 1995 ISBN 0-910006-51-2 ISBN 978-0-910006-51-4 This article about a prehistoric archosaur is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e