[F] Kuwajima Formation - Japan
The Kuwajima ‘Kaseki Kabe’ (Kuwajima fossil bluff) is an outcrop of the Lower Cretaceous part of the Tetori Group on the eastern shore of the Tetori River in the Kuwajima District, Hakusan City, Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan. The site has yielded a diverse fauna including mollusks, fish, lissamphibians, turtles, squamates, choristoderes, pterosaurs, an enantiornithine bird, a tritylodontid synapsid, and mammals (see Matsuoka, 2000; Isaji et al., 2005; Evans et al., 2006; Matsumoto et al., 2007; Evans and Manabe, 2008). Dinosaurs have also been reported from this locality, but most of these remains comprise fragmentary, isolated elements such as iguanodontian, theropod, and sauropod teeth (Manabe et al., 1989; Hasegawa et al., 1995; Barrett et al., 2002), a theropod manual ungual (Manabe et al., 2000), and footprints (Manabe et al., 1989).
Albalophosaurus yamaguchiorum - Cerapoda Incertae Sedis - Cretaceous Early Valanginian Hauterivian