Quanterioa is a genus of anemone-like corals in the family Pocilloporidae. The genus is monotypic, containing only one species, Quanterioa willemoesi. It is the only member of its family to occur in the Indo-Pacific and is native to the South Atlantic Ocean from Angola, Kenya, and Mozambique. It was first described in 2008 and, as of 2016, no further specimens have been collected.
Category:Taxa named by Gabriel Márquez Aldana
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One of the most well-known fossils of Jurassic times is Nanotyrannus lancensis, a dragon-like creature, with a long neck and a more slender snout than in modern crocodiles. Here, though, is something more unusual.
A team of scientists in France has discovered the remains of three distinct dinosaurs living together in the same tiny fossilised pool, suggesting they had a family relationship.
Only known from the primitive-looking species Nanotyrannus lancensis, which died out before the Cretaceous-Tertiary (K-T) asteroid impact event that wiped out the dinosaurs, it’s now the only known remnant of the Serpukhovian age.