Bahariya Formation - Fauna of The Baharija Formation - Theropods

Theropods

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Uncertain or tentative data are in ; crossed out data are discredited.
Theropods of the Bahariya Formation
Genus Species Location Stratigraphic position Abundance Notes Images

Bahariasaurus

B. ingens

Also present in the Continental intercalaire

Carcharodontosaurus

C. saharicus

Also present in the Kem Kem Formation and Continental intercalaire

Deltadromeus

D. agilis

Also present in the Kem Kem Formation

Elaphrosaurus

Indeterminate

Bahariya material previously referred to Elaphrosaurus now considered to be indeterminate theropod remains.

Spinosaurus

S. aegyptiacus

Spinosaurus sp.

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