Coniasaurus

Coniasaurus is an extinct genus of Late Cretaceous marine squamates that range in age from Cenomanian to Santonian. It was first described by Richard Owen in 1850 from lower Cenomanian chalk deposits in southeast England. Two species have been described from this genus: C.crassidens, known from Cenomanian to Santonian deposits from southeast England, Germany and North America, and C. gracilodens from the Cenomanian of southeast England.


Coniasaurus is an extinct genus of Late Cretaceous marine squamates that range in age from Cenomanian to Santonian. It was first described by Richard Owen in 1850 from lower Cenomanian chalk deposits in southeast England. Two species have been described from this genus: C.crassidens, known from Cenomanian to Santonian deposits from southeast England, Germany and North America, and C. gracilodens from the Cenomanian of southeast England.
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