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Plesiosaurs[edit]

Genus Authors Year Status Age Location Notes
Abyssosaurus[1] Berezin
2011 Valid. eK Europe
Alexandronectes Otero et al. 2016 Valid. lK Australasia

Alexeyisaurus

Sennikov
Arkhangelsky

2010

Valid.

lT

Europe

Anguanax[2] Cau

Fanti

2015 Valid. lJ Europe

Apatomerus

Williston

1903

Valid.

eK

Aptychodon

Reuss

1855

Valid.

lK

Archaeonectrus

Owen

1865

Valid.

eJ

Europe

Arminisaurus

Sachs
Kear

2018

Valid.

eJ

Europe

Aristonectes

Cabrera

1941

Valid.

lK

South America, Antarctica

Attenborosaurus

Bakker

1993

Valid.

eJ

Europe

Atychodracon

Smith

2015

Valid.

Europe
Avalonnectes[3] Benson

Evans
Druckenmiller

2012 Valid. eJ Europe

Bathyspondylus

Delair

1982

Valid.

lJ

Bobosaurus

Dalla Vecchia

2006

Valid.

lT

Borealonectes

Sato
Wu

1980

Valid.

mJ

Brachauchenius

Williston

1903

Valid.

eK to lK

Brimosaurus

Leidy

1855

Valid.

lK

Callawayasaurus

Carpenter

1999

Valid.

eK

Cimoliasaurus

Leidy

1851

Valid.

lK

Colymbosaurus

Seeley

1874

Valid.

lJ

Crymocetus

Cope

1869

Valid.

eK

Cryonectes[4]

Vincent

Bardet
Mattioli

2013 Valid. eJ Europe

Cryptoclidus

Seeley

1892

Valid.

mJ

Europe

Discosaurus

Leidy

1851

Valid.

Dolichorhynchops

Williston

1903

Valid.

North America

Dravidosaurus

Yadagiri
Ayyasami

1979

Nomen dubium.

Edgarosaurus

Druckenmiller

2002

Valid.

eK North America

Elasmosaurus

Cope

1868

Valid.

North America

Asia

Eoplesiosaurus[3] Benson

Evans
Druckenmiller

2012 Valid. eJ Europe

Eopolycotylus[5]

Albright
Gillette
Titus

2007

Valid.

Eretmosaurus

Seeley

1874

Valid.

Eromangasaurus

Kear

2005

Valid.

Eurysaurus

Gaudry

1878

Valid.

Futabasaurus

Sato
Hasegawa
Manabe

2006

Valid.

lK Asia Also a theropod nomen nudum ("Futabasaurus").

Gallardosaurus

Gasparini

2009

Valid.

Georgiasaurus

Otschev

1878

Valid.

Goniosaurus

Meyer

1860Template:Citation needed

Valid.

Gronausaurus[6]

Hampe 2013 Valid. eK Europe
  1. A. Yu. Berezin 2011. A new plesiosaur of the family Aristonectidae from the early cretaceous of the center of the Russian platform. Paleontological Journal, 45(6): 648–660. doi:10.1134/S0031030111060037. http://www.springerlink.com/content/r652304tr7603762/. 
  2. Andrea Cau; Federico Fanti 2015. High evolutionary rates and the origin of the Rosso Ammonitico Veronese Formation (Middle-Upper Jurassic of Italy) reptiles. Historical Biology: An International Journal of Paleobiology, Online edition. doi:10.1080/08912963.2015.1073726. 
  3. 3.0 3.1 Roger B. J. Benson; Mark Evans; Patrick S. Druckenmiller 2012. High Diversity, Low Disparity and Small Body Size in Plesiosaurs (Reptilia, Sauropterygia) from the Triassic–Jurassic Boundary. PLoS ONE, 7(3): e31838. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0031838. PMC 3306369. PMID 22438869. 
  4. Peggy Vincent; Nathalie Bardet; Emanuela Mattioli 2013. A new pliosaurid from the Pliensbachian (Early Jurassic) of Normandy (Northern France). Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, in press. doi:10.4202/app.2011.0113. http://app.pan.pl/article/item/app20110113.html. 
  5. PLESIOSAURS FROM THE UPPER CRETACEOUS (CENOMANIAN–TURONIAN) TROPIC SHALE OF SOUTHERN UTAH, PART 2: POLYCOTYLIDAE L. Barry Albright Iii, David D. Gillette, and Alan L. Titus, Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 2007, 27(1):41-58
  6. Oliver Hampe 2013. The forgotten remains of a leptocleidid plesiosaur (Sauropterygia: Plesiosauroidea) from the Early Cretaceous of Gronau (Münsterland, Westphalia, Germany). Paläontologische Zeitschrift, 87(4): 473–491. doi:10.1007/s12542-013-0175-3.