[N] 2013 Theropod dinosaur teeth from the Terenes Fm., Spain
Ruiz-Omenaca, J.I., Pinuela, L. & Garcia-Ramos, J.C. (2012) First description of theropod dinosaur teeth in the Terenes Formation (Kimmeridgian), Asturias, north Spain. Geogaceta, 52, 271-274.
Abstract: Three theropod teeth from the outcrops of the unnamed lower member of the Terenes Formation (Kimmeridgian) in the sea cliffs of the village of Terenes (Ribadesella municipality) in the Principality of Asturias, northern Spain, are described. The teeth are housed in the Museo del Jurasico de Asturias (MUJA, Jurassic Museum of Asturias). They are assigned to Theropoda indet (MUJA-0813) and Allosauroidea? indet. (MUJA-0757 and MUJA-3680). They represent the first theropod skeletal remains in the Terenes Formation, in which theropod footprints are relatively frequent.