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- noun Any member of the
familyPhytosauridae or Parasuchidae, a group of large semi-aquatic predatory archosaurs, resembling modern crocodiles, that flourished during the Late Triassicperiod.
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All I found were a few bones fragments and a phytosaur tooth.
Phytosaurs: An ~80cm long phytosaur skull from the Whitaker/
The skull and lower jaws of a juvenile phytosaur were found in the NMMNH block, currently exposed in left lateral/palatal view on a partially prepared jacket removed from the main block (photo below).
A new phytosaur (Reptilia: Archosauria) genus from the uppermost Triassic of the western United States and its biochronological significance.
The North American phytosaur Smilosuchus grew to 12m long.