2003 from the Berriasian
(Lowermost Cretaceous) of Northern Germany.
Key words: Cameros Basin, Berriasian
, baby tracks, theropods.
Key words: Cameros Basin, sauropods, Iguanodontipus, theropods, crocodiles, Berriasian
2004), based on the same fossils previously mentioned, attributed the Higueruelas Fm to the Tithonian and the Villar del Arzobispo Fm to the Late TithonianMiddle Berriasian
, in an attempt to adapt the Boreal ages to Mediterranean stages, firstly and to the Global Time Scale, later (Fig.
1998) from the Berriasian
in Dorset (England), that is why they are also included.
In different formations of Spain of chronologies between the Berriasian
and the Aptian several taxa of goniopholidids were identified (Buscalioni and Sanz, 1987; Buscalioni et al.
Key words: Sauropods, Berriasian
, Huerteles Alloformation, Cameros Basin, Spain.
Thalassemys ruetimeyeri" Lydekker, 1889b, from the Berriasian
of Dorset, England; now recognized as a junior synonym of the pleurosternid Dorsetochelys typocardium (Seeley, 1869)) (Lapparent de Broin et al.
The dermal armour is very similar to that of goniopholidids such as Goniopholis simus from the Berriasian
of England and Germany, Anteophthalmosuchus hooleyi from the Valanginian of England, the unnamed Dollo's goniopholidid from the Barremian-Aptian of Belgium, Goniopholis baryglyphaeus from the Kimmeridgian of Portugal, and Sunosuchus junggarensis from the Late Jurassic of China (Wu et al.
Mantellisaurus atherfieldensis Barremian Delapparentia turolensis Hauterivian Valanginian Berriasian
Stage England Albian Aptian Iguanodon bernissartensis / Barremian Mantellisaurus atherfieldensis Barremian "Iguanodon seelyi" * Hauterivian Valanginian Hypselospinus fittoni Barilium dawsoni Kukufeldia tilgatensis * Sellacoxa pauli * Berriasian
Owenodon hoggii Stage References Albian McDonald et al.
In Spain, several trackways have been found in the Oncala Group of Berriasian
in age (e.
The onshore sedimentary infill of this tectono-sedimentary unit of the Lusitanian Basin reaches a maximum thickness of 430 m in the depocentre of Cascais, where it consists of nine formations with Berriasian
to Albian open shelf, reef, and lagoonal platform carbonates, interbedded with nearshore mixed carbonate-siliciclastic rocks and regressive coarse alluvial siliciclastics (Rey, 1992, 2006, 2010).