Named By: I. Narváez, C. A. Brochu, F. Escaso, A. Perez-García & F. Ortega - 2016.
Classification: Chordata, Reptilia, Crocodylia.
Species: A. fontisensis (type), A. subjuniperus.
Size: Skull roughly about 36 centimetres long. Total body length over 2 metres.
Known locations: Spain - Conquès Formation.
Time period: Maastrichtian of the Cretaceous.
Fossil representation: Skulls and jaws.
in 2016 on the basis of two skulls and jaws, Agaresuchus
fontisensis was a crocodile
that lived in Spain during the late
Cretaceous. Additionally a second species originally named as a
species of Allodaposuchus,
A. subjuniperus was
also re-described as
belonging to the genus in 2016.
- The eusuchian crocodylomorph Allodaposuchus subjuniperus sp. nov., a new species from the latest Cretaceous (upper Maastrichtian) of Spain. Historical Biology 26(1):91-109. - E. Puértolas-Pascual, J. I. Canudo & M. Moreno-Azanza - 2013.
- New Spanish Late Cretaceous eusuchian reveals the synchronic and sympatric presence of two allodaposuchids. - Cretaceous Research 65:112-125. - I. Narváez, C. A. Brochu, F. Escaso, A. Perez-García & F. Ortega - 2016.