Paleosuchus trigonatus — Literature

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References

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  • Britton, A. 2001. "Crocodilian Species List- Paleosuchus trigonatus (Schneider, 1801)" (On-line). Accessed October 8, 2001 at http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/natsci/herpetology/brittoncrocs/csp_ptri.htm.
  • Cogger, D., D. Zweifel. 1992. Reptiles and Amphibians. New York: Smithmark Publishers.
  • Duellman, W. E. 1978. The biology of an equatorial herpetofauna in Amazonian Ecuador. Univ. Kansas Mus. Nat. Hist, Misc. Publ. (No. 65): 1-352.
  • E. Puértolas and J. I. Canudo. 2011. A new crocodylian from the late Maastrichtian of Spain: Implications for the initial radiation of crocodyloids. PLoS One 6(6):e20011
  • Gorzula Stefan & Senaris J. Celsa. 1999. In: Contribution to the herpetofauna of the Venezuelan Guayana. I: a data base. Scientia Guaianae, Caracas, No. 8 [1998], 269+ pp.; ISBN 980-6020-48-0.
  • Hauschild, A. 2005. Das Südamerika-Regenwaldhaus im Krefelder Zoo. Reptilia 10 (2): 79-82.
  • King, F. W., and R. L. Burke, eds. 1989. Crocodilian, Tuatara, and Turtle Species of the World: A Taxonomic and Geographic Reference
  • Lehr, E. 2002. Amphibien und Reptilien in Peru. Natur und Tier-Verlag (Münster), 208 pp.
  • Magnusson W E. 1992. Paleosuchus trigonatus. Catalogue of American Amphibians and Reptiles 555 1992: 1-3.
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  • Magnusson, W. 1989. Termite Mounds as Nest Sites. Pp. 122 in C Ross, ed. Crocodiles and Alligators. New York: Facts on File Publications.
  • Magnusson, W.E.;Lima, A.P. 1991. The ecology of a cryptic predator, Paleosuchus trigonatus, in a tropical rainforest. Journal of Herpetology 25 (1): 41-48.
  • Magnusson, W.E.;Yamokoshi, M. 1986. Anomalous records of the occurrence of Paleosuchus trigonatus. Herpetological Review 17 (4): 84-85.
  • Medem, F. 1952. Paleosuchus trigonatus (Schneider) en Colombia. Lozania (Acta Zool. Colombiana) 5: 1-12.
  • Medem, F. 1967. El genero Paleosuchus en Amazonia. Atas do Simp.sobre Biota Amaz. 3: 141-162.
  • Mook, C.C., and G.E. Mook. 1940. Some problems in crocodilian nomenclature. American Museum Novitates 1098: 1-10.
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  • Müller, L. 1924. Zur Nomenclatur der südamerikanischen Kaiman-Arten. Zool. Anz. 58: 315-320 [1923?].
  • Nickel, H. & Auliya, M. 2004. Krokodile - faszinierende Überlebenskünstler. Draco 5 (20): 4-19.
  • Piras, Paolo; Luciano Teresi; Angela D. Buscalioni and Jorge Cubo. 2009. The shadow of forgotten ancestors differently constrains the fate of Alligatoroidea and Crocodyloidea. Global Ecology and Biogeography (Global Ecol. Biogeogr.) 18: 30–40.
  • Pritchard, P.C.H. 1995. Paleosuchus trigonatus (Schneider's smooth-fronted caiman). Herpetological Review 26 (1): 43.
  • Rivas, J.A.; Aktay, S.A. & Owens, R.Y. 2001. Paleosuchus trigonatus (Schneider's smooth-fronted caiman) Nesting. Herpetological Review 32 (4): 251.
  • Roos, Jonas; Ramesh K. Aggarwal, Axel Janke. 2007. Extended mitogenomic phylogenetic analyses yield new insight into crocodylian evolution and their survival of the Cretaceous–Tertiary boundary. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 45: 663–673.
  • Ross, C. 1989. Crocodiles and Alligators. New York: Facts on File Publications.
  • Schmidt, K.P. 1928. Notes on South American caimans. Field Museum of Natural History, Zoological Series. Chicago. 12 (17): 205-231.
  • Schneider, JOHANN GOTTLOB. 1801. Historiae Amphibiorum naturalis et literariae. Fasciculus secundus continens Crocodilos, Scincos, Chamaesauras, Boas. Pseudoboas, Elapes, Angues. Amphisbaenas et Caecilias. Frommani, Jena. 364 pp.
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  • Stejneger,L.H. 1933. Crocodilian nomenclature. Copeia 1933 (3): 117-120.
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  • Willis, Ray E. 2009. Transthyretin gene (TTR) intron 1 elucidates crocodylian phylogenetic relationships. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 53 (3): 1049-1054.
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