Andrés Solórzano
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New dinosaur (Theropoda, stem-Averostra) from the earliest Jurassic of the La Quinta formation, Venezuelan Andes
MC Langer, AD Rincón, J Ramezani, A Solórzano, OWM Rauhut
Royal Society Open Science 1 (2), 140184, 2014
A new Mourasuchus (Alligatoroidea, Caimaninae) from the late Miocene of Venezuela, the phylogeny of Caimaninae and considerations on the feeding habits of Mourasuchus
GM Cidade, A Solórzano, AD Rincón, D Riff, AS Hsiou
PeerJ 5, e3056, 2017
The last marine pelomedusoids (Testudines: Pleurodira): a new species of Bairdemys and the paleoecology of Stereogenyina
GS Ferreira, AD Rincon, A Solorzano, MC Langer
PeerJ 3, e1063, 2015
Chronology and geology of an Early Miocene mammalian assemblage in North of South America, from Cerro La Cruz (Castillo Formation), Lara State, Venezuela: implications in the …
AD Rincón, A Solórzano, M Benammi, P Vignaud, HG McDonald
Andean geology 41 (3), 507-528, 2014
A new enigmatic Late Miocene mylodontoid sloth from northern South America
AD Rincón, HG McDonald, A Solórzano, MN Flores, D Ruiz-Ramoni
Royal Society open science 2 (2), 140256, 2015
Review of the fossil matamata turtles: earliest well-dated record and hypotheses on the origin of their present geographical distribution
GS Ferreira, AD Rincón, A Solórzano, MC Langer
The Science of Nature 103 (3-4), 28, 2016
Baraguatherium takumara, gen. et sp. nov., the earliest mylodontoid sloth (Early Miocene) from northern South America
AD Rincón, A Solórzano, HG McDonald, MN Flores
Journal of Mammalian Evolution 24 (2), 179-191, 2017
Redescription of the holotype of the Miocene crocodylian Mourasuchus arendsi (Alligatoroidea, Caimaninae) and perspectives on the taxonomy of the species
GM Cidade, A Solórzano, AD Rincón, D Riff, AS Hsiou
Historical Biology 32 (6), 733-749, 2020
A new mammal assemblage from the Late Pleistocene El Breal de Orocual, northeast of Venezuela
A Solorzano, AD Rincon, HG McDonald
La Brea and beyond: the paleontology of Asphalt-preserved biotas 42, 125-150, 2015
Biotic and abiotic factors driving the diversification dynamics of Crocodylia
A Solórzano, M Núñez‐Flores, O Inostroza‐Michael, CE Hernández
Palaeontology 63 (3), 415-429, 2020
Record of tayassuids in? late Pliocene to Quaternary deposits in Venezuela
M Montellano-Ballesteros, AD Rincon, A Solorzano
Revista Brasileira de Paleontologıa 17 (2), 169-182, 2014
The first record of the extinct crab Necronectes (Decapoda: Portunidae) in Venezuela
C Caceres, A Rincón, A Solorzano, L Sánchez
Revista Brasileira de Paleontologia 19 (1), 145-148, 2016
Two new megalonychid sloths (Mammalia: Xenarthra) from the Urumaco Formation (late Miocene), and their phylogenetic affinities
AD Rincón, A Solórzano, HG McDonald, M Montellano-Ballesteros
Journal of Systematic Palaeontology 17 (5), 409-421, 2019
A new Miocene vertebrate assemblage from the Río Yuca Formation (Venezuela) and the northernmost record of typical Miocene mammals of high latitude (Patagonian) affinities in …
AD Rincon, A Solorzano, O Macsotay, HG McDonald, M Nunez-Flores
GeoBios 49 (5), 395-405, 2016
The earliest record (early Miocene) of a bony-toothed bird from South America and a reexamination of Venezuelan pelagornithids
A Solórzano, AD Rincón
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 35 (6), e995188, 2015
Lower Miocene alligatoroids (Crocodylia) from the Castillo Formation, northwest of Venezuela
A Solórzano, AD Rincón, GM Cidade, M Núñez-Flores, L Sánchez
Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments, 1-19, 2018
Fish-otoliths from the early Miocene of the Castillo Formation, Venezuela: a view into the proto-Caribbean teleostean assemblages
M Núñez-Flores, AD Rincón, A Solórzano, L Sánchez, C Cáceres
Historical Biology 29 (8), 1019-1030, 2017
Gryposuchus (Crocodylia, Gavialoidea) from the early Miocene of Venezuela
A Solórzano, M Núñez-Flores, AD Rincón
PalZ 92 (1), 121-129, 2018
Palaeothentid marsupials of the Salla Beds of Bolivia (late Oligocene): two new species and insights into the post-Eocene radiation of palaeothentoids
AD Rincón, BJ Shockey, F Anaya, A Solórzano
Journal of Mammalian Evolution 22 (4), 455-471, 2015
A latitudinal diversity gradient of shallow-water gorgonians (Cnidaria: Octocorallia: Alcyonacea) along the Tropical Eastern Pacific Ocean: testing for underlying mechanisms
M Núñez–Flores, A Solórzano, CE Hernández, PJ López–González
Marine Biodiversity 49 (6), 2787-2800, 2019
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