Material: CPGP.1.05.3; 4; 5; 6; 7; 8 and 24; and CPGP.1.07.5; and 21.
46).In CPGP.1.03.1 and PGP.1.03.7, the apex is broken, CPGP.1.05.9 has its apex worn, and the base and the labial face broken in the mesial area, CPGP.1.06.71 consists only of the apex, while CPGP.1.06.81 has the apex broken and the face worn.
Material: There are two specimens identified as ctenochasmatoid pterosaur teeth, one relatively complete (CPGP.1.09.1) and one much less so (CPGP.1.04.3).
Descriptions: The more complete tooth (CPGP.1.09.1; Fig.
The less complete specimen (CPGP.1.04.3) is 11.7 mm long and measures 4.2 mm x 3.2 mm at one end.
This tooth is identified as Baryonyx sp., based on its overall shape and surface ornaments, further confirmed by the biometric study: our measurements of CPGP.1.06.2 are within the range of values obtained by Smith et al.
The sauropod vertebra (CPGP. 1.06.33) shows the characteristics described in other caudal vertebrae of sauropods.
The assignment of a tooth (CPGP. 1.06.2) to the genus Baryonyx is consistent with biometric studies of other teeth of this genus (Smith et al., 2005).
Specimen CPGP. 1.99.7 was initially assigned to an indeterminate Hypsilophodon (Figueiredo, 2002, 2004, 2005), and after to cf.