Abstract—Two isolated teeth from the Dolomia del San Salvatore (S. Salvatore Dolomite) and an isolated humerus from the Cunardo Formation, both Middle Triassic in age, are described. The two teeth are attributed to ?Ticinosuchus sp. and to ?Helveticosaurus sp. respectively, and the humerus to Neusticosaurus cf. N. pusillus. These discoveries are of interest because the teeth belong to taxa known from few specimens and represent the first undisputed vertebrate fossils collected from the San Salvatore Dolomite. The Neusticosaurus humerus is also noteworthy because it is only the second reptile specimen collected from the Cunardo Formation.
|Titolo:||Middle Triassic Vertebrates from Rasa Village (Varese, Northern Italy)|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2013|
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