[D] Campylodoniscus ameghinoi [T]
Cretaceous Late Campanian Maastrichtian
Saurischia Sauropodomorpha Sauropoda Incerate Sedis
Bajo Barreal Formation, Castillo Formation, Laguna Palacios Formation, Provincia de Chubut, Argentina
Campylodoniscus (Kuhn, 1961) > Campylodoniscus ameghinoi (Huene, 1929) = Campylodon ameghinoi (Huene, 1929) p.o.
Maxilla with teeth (Misspelled as Camplodoniscus) To replace preoccupied Campylodon von Huene.
(Misspelled as Camplodoniscus) Maxilla with teeth. This form is based on an incomplete maxilla from the Late Cretaceous of Argentina (Huene, 1929). It contained teeth with spatulate crowns broader than those of the diplodocids but not as broad as those of the camarasaurids and quite different from the tiny slender teeth of Antarctosaurus and also those assigned to Alamosaurus (Kues et al. 1980)
In a second maxilla (Huene and Matley ,1933) from the Late Cretaceous of India, the teeth are missing, however the element is high and robust, as in camarasaurids. Because of the incompleteness of the two maxillae, they cannot be compared critically and may be in no way related.