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Cetiosauriscus
... named by German palaeontologist Friedrich von Huene, in 1927, as the generic name of the species Cetiosauriscus leedsi ... were assigned to Cetiosauriscus leedsi by von Huene ... Von Huene originally classified Cetiosauriscus as a member of the Cardiodontinae within the Cetiosauridae ...
Palaeosaurus - Timeline - 20th Century
... 1902 Friedrich von Huene, a German paleontologist, creates the new phytosaur genus Rileya for a humerus (upper arm bone) and two vertebrae found in the same location as Palaeosaurus cylindrodon, P. 1908 Von Huene recognizes the tooth of Palaeosaurus platyodon as a phytosaur and places it into the genus Rileya, forming the new combination Rileya platyodon. 1908 In a separate paper, von Huene names Thecodontosaurus subcylindrodon, sometimes called Palaeosaurus subcylindrodon by later authors, which definitely does not belong to Thecodontosaurus and ...
1932 In Paleontology - Dinosaurs - Newly Named Dinosaurs
... taxon Stromer Avipes Nomen dubium Friedrich von Huene "Basutodon" Misidentification Friedrich von Huene Dubious misidentified archosaur Betasuchus Nomen dubium Friedrich von Huene "Caudocoelus" Friedrich von ... Junior subjective synonym of Chirostenotes Magnosaurus Valid taxon Friedrich von Huene Magyarosaurus Valid taxon Friedrich von Huene "Plateosauravus ... Junior subjective synonym of Troodon Velocipes Nomen dubium Friedrich von Huene Walgettosuchus Nomen dubium Friedrich von Huene "Yaleosaurus ...
Paleontological Site Chiniquá
... Bruno von Freyberg, University of Halle-Wittenberg, visited the site and ended up influencing Vicentino Prestes de Almeida, a surveyor who would learn how to collect fossils ... and their findings had great influence at the coming of Von Huene for the region ... Prestosuchus is named after a Vicentino Prestes de Almeida given by Von Huene ...

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