FIGURE 1. Geographical and geological setting of La Cantalera site (early Barremian, Teruel, Spain). 1, Geological map of the Iberian Peninsula with detailed location of the site of La Cantalera and its position within the Maestrazgo Basin (Ol: Oliete, Pa: Las Parras, Ga: Galve, Mo: Morella, Pe: Perelló, Sa: Salzedella, Pg: Peñagolosa). 2, Geological map of the area of La Cantalera. 3, Local geological units. 4, Stratigraphic column and position of La Cantalera. Modified from Canudo et al., 2010.

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FIGURE 2. General view of La Cantalera site, showing the gray clays of the lower part of the Blesa Formation.

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FIGURE 3. Crocodylomorph teeth attributed to Goniopholididae? from La Cantalera site. 1-3, MPZ 2014/468, 469 and 470; photographs taken with a binocular microscope in mesial/distal, labial, lingual, apical (above) and radicular (below) views. 4, photographs taken with a scanning electron microscope in labial (above, MPZ 2014/471a) and mesial/distal (below, MPZ 2014/471b) views. Scale bars equal 1 mm.

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FIGURE 4. 1-3, MPZ 2014/472, 473, 474a and 474b; crocodylomorph teeth from La Cantalera site attributed to Bernissartiidae?; photographs taken with a binocular microscope (1,2) in mesial/distal, labial, lingual, apical (above) and radicular (below) views; photographs taken with a scanning electron microscope (3) in lingual (MPZ 2014/474a, above) and apical (MPZ 2014/474b, below) views. 4-6, MPZ 2014/475, 476, 477a, 477b and 477c; crocodylomorph teeth from La Cantalera site attributed to Bernissartiidae?, which may correspond to teeth from the anterior or mid region of the tooth row; photographs taken with a binocular microscope (4,5) in mesial/distal, labial, lingual, apical (above) and radicular (below) views; photographs taken with a scanning electron microscope (6) in labial (MPZ 2014/477a, left), mesial/distal (MPZ 2014/477b, right) and apical (MPZ 2014/477c, below) views. Scale bars equal 1 mm.

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FIGURE 5. Crocodylomorph teeth attributed to Theriosuchus sp. from La Cantalera site. 1-4, MPZ 2014/478, 479, 480 and 481; photographs taken with a binocular microscope in mesial/distal, labial, lingual, apical (above) and radicular (below) views. 5, MPZ 2014/482a, 2014/482b and 2014/482c; photographs taken with a scanning electron microscope in mesial/distal (2014/482a, above), lingual (2014/482a, middle) and apical (2014/482a, below) views. Scale bars equal 1 mm.

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FIGURE 6. 1, MPZ 2014/483; ziphodont crocodylomorph tooth attributed to Mesoeucrocodylia indet. in mesial/distal, labial, lingual (with detail of the denticles), apical (above) and radicular (below) views. 2, MPZ 2014/484; bizarre crocodylomorph tooth attributed to Mesoeucrocodylia indet. in mesial/distal (arrows show the bifurcated keel), labial, lingual, apical (above) and radicular (below) views. All photographs taken with a binocular microscope. Scale bars equal 1 mm.

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