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Mateus, Octávio National Library of Portugal

VIAF ID: 315726512 (Personal)

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Abelisauridae (Dinosauria: Theropoda) from the Late Jurassic of Portugal and dentition-based phylogeny as a contribution for the identification of isolated theropod teeth Wikidata
Addendum to 'Revision of the Late Jurassic teleosaurid genus Machimosaurus (Crocodylomorpha, Thalattosuchia)' Wikidata
Angolatitan adamastor, a new sauropod dinosaur and the first record from Angola. Wikidata
Bizarre fossil beaked whales (Odontoceti, Ziphiidae) fished from the Atlantic Ocean floor off the Iberian Peninsula Wikidata
Bone histology indicates insular dwarfism in a new Late Jurassic sauropod dinosaur Wikidata
Evolution of diplodocid sauropod dinosaurs with emphasis on specimens from Howe Ranch, Wyoming (USA) National Library of Portugal
Evolution of teeth and quadrate in non-avian theropoda (Dinosauria saurischia), with the description of Torvosaurus remains from Portugal National Library of Portugal Wikidata
A new elasmosaurid from the early Maastrichtian of Angola and the implications of girdle morphology on swimming style in plesiosaurs Wikidata
New insights into the lifestyle of Allosaurus (Dinosauria: Theropoda) based on another specimen with multiple pathologies Wikidata
A new long-necked 'sauropod-mimic' stegosaur and the evolution of the plated dinosaurs Wikidata
The Oldest African Eucryptodiran Turtle from the Cretaceous of Angola Wikidata
The skull and neck of a new flagellicaudatan sauropod from the Morrison Formation and its implication for the evolution and ontogeny of diplodocid dinosaurs Wikidata
A specimen-level phylogenetic analysis and taxonomic revision of Diplodocidae (Dinosauria, Sauropoda) Wikidata
Torvosaurus gurneyi n. sp., the largest terrestrial predator from Europe, and a proposed terminology of the maxilla anatomy in nonavian theropods Wikidata
Two ornithischian dinosaurs renamed: Microceratops Bohlin 1953 and Diceratops Lull 1905 Wikidata

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