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Colorado Landscape
       
1st Galactic year 250 to present
Cyamodus 247 - 35 12 Caseosaurus 235 - 28 7
Stah 240   Crocodylomorpha 235 - Present  
  Stagonolepis 221 - 06 15
    Placodontia 235 - 201 34
    Chindesaurus 235 - 210 25
    Exaeretodon 235 - 205.6 29.4    
    Miodentosaurus 235 - 221.5 13.5     
    Hyperodapedon 231 - 216 15  
    Theropoda 231.4 - Present  
Tanystropheus 245 - 28 17 Pterosaurs 228 - 66 162
 
Dinosaurs 233,300,000 - Present
  Saurosuchus & Herrerasaurus 237 - 208.5 28.5
Batrachotomus
242 - 37 5
 Ladinian
242 - 37 5
M Trias 47.2 - 10.2
  Eor 231 - 28 3  
  Lago 36-4 2    
        Grip   Staur       Her Panp     Sile          
Carnian Age 237 - 227 10
Desmatosuchus 228 - 10 18  
Pisanosaurus 228 - 216 12  
Zanclodon
37-35 2
 
Adel
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Placerias 220 - 16 4    
Norian Age 227 - 208.5 18.5
Late Triassic Period 237 - 201.3 35.7
Triassic Period 251.9 - 201 50.9
Mesozoic Era (Middle Life) 251.9 - 65
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500 Fut 228 - 222 BC AD
222 - 216
216 - 210
Mesozoic Era (Middle Life)
251.9 - 66
185.9
Triassic Period 251.9 - 201 50.9
M Trias 47.2 - 10.2
 Ladinian Age
242 - 37 5
240 - 0 Northern stoplight loosejaw, Malacosteus niger, N Pacific & Atlantic oceans 500 - 1,500m, Least concern
240 Rhine river Germany 6th oldest river
? Chanaria   genus of Triassic non-mammalian synapsid Chañares Formation of the Ischigualasto-Villa Unión Basin in NW Argentina
Batrachotomus
242 - 37 5
240 - 201 39 Brasilitherium genus of cynodonts  Candelária Formation of the Paraná Basin in SE Brazil 12cm/4.7"  20g/.044lb fed on insects
Late Triassic Period 237 - 201.3 35.7
Carnian Age 237 - 227 10
237 - 175 62 Dapedium politum N America & Eurasia
237 - 201.3 35.7 Traversodon stahleckeri Sao Pedro do Sul Brazil
237 - 0 Pharoah cicada Magicicada septendecim N America
237 - 201.3 35.7 Terrestrisuchus gracilis Land crocodile British Isles England Late Triassic
237 - 201.3 35.7 Aetosaurus ferrtus Eagle lizard Germany and Italy
237 - 201.3 35.7 Cyclotosaurus robustus Round eared lizard Germany and Poland
237 - 201.3 35.7 Neomegalodon cornutus, Eurasia 
237 - 201.3 35.7 Longosuchus meadei Long croodile Morocco & USA
237 - 216 21 Proterochampsidae family of proterochampsian  archosauriforms. Crocodile Niche S America
237 - 201.3 35.7 Lisowicia bojani Lisowice's one Silesia Poland
237 - 163.5 73.5 Morganucodon watsoni Glamorgan tooth Glamorgan Wales 
237 - 174.1 62.9 Oligokyphus triserialis Small curved animal Kayenta formation USA Late Triassic
237 - 174.1 62.9 Megazostrodon rudnerae Large girde tooth S Africa & Lesotho
Tiki Formation is a Mesozoic geologic formation in IndiaDinosaur remains are among the fossils 
Lago 36-4 2
Grip
236 - 234 12 Lagosuchus talampayensis Rabbit crocodile Chanares formation Argentina
236 - 234 2 Lewisuchus genus of archosaur silesaurid dinosauriform,  1m/3'.3" Chañares Formation of Argentina
236 - 211 25  Lagerpetidae family of basal dinosauromorphs ArgentinaArizonaBrazilNew Mexico, and Texas. typically small, although some, like Dromomeron gigas, were fairly large.
236 - 234 2 Lagerpeton genus of basal dinosauromorph.
L. chanarensis. This species is incompletely known, with fossil specimens accounting for the pelvic girdlehindlimbs and posterior presacral, sacral and anterior caudal vertebrae.
236 - 234 2 Gracilisuchus (meaning "slender crocodile")[a] is an extinct genus of tiny pseudosuchian (a group which includes the ancestors of crocodilians) from the Middle Triassic of Argentina.
235 - 0 Camponotus saundersi SE Asia
235 - 205.6 29.4 Exaeretodon argentinus Ischigualasto formation Argentina, Santa Maria formaiton Brazil & India 
235 - 221.5 13.5 Probainognathus jenseni Progressive jaw Chanares formation Argentina Triassic
235 - 234 1 Marasuchus (meaning "Mara crocodile") is a genus of basal dinosauriform archosaur   La Rioja ProvinceArgentina. bipedal  lacked certain dinosaur-like features such as a perforated acetabulum, and it had several plesiomorphic("primitive") features of the ankle.
235  - 222 13 Charruodon  genus of cynodonts which existed in the Hyperodapedon Assemblage Zone of the Santa Maria Formation in the Paraná Basin in southeastern Brazil 
235 - 221.5 Chiniquodon   genus  of carnivorous cynodonts, which lived during the Late Triassic (Carnian) in South America (Argentina and Brazil) and Africa (Namibia and Madagascar). Chiniquodon is closely related to a contemporary genus, Probelesodon, and close to the ancestry of mammals.

Other contemporaries included early dinosaurs. As both groups filled a similar ecological niche, fairly large therapsid hunters such as Chiniquodon may have been outcompeted by dinosaurs.

235 - 205.6 Exaeretodon   genus of traversodontid cynodonts; four species are known, from various formationsE. argentinus is from the Carnian-age (Late Triassic) Cancha de Bochas Member of the Ischigualasto Formation in the Ischigualasto-Villa Unión Basin in northwestern ArgentinaE. major and E. riograndensis are from the Carnian-age portion of the Santa Maria Formation of the Paraná Basin in southeastern Brazil.[1] E. statisticae is from the Carnian-age Lower Maleri Formation of India.
235 – 210 25 Chindesaurus bryansmalli Evil spirit lizard Tecovas formation SW USA
235 - 228 7 Ornithosuchus woodwardi Bird crocodiles Scotland
Mesozoic Era (Middle Life)
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Triassic Period 251.9 - 201 50.9
Late Triassic Period 237 - 201.3 35.7
Carnian Age 237 - 227 10
233.2  Staurikosaurus pricei Southern Cross lizard Santa Maria formation S Brazil
233.3 - 0 Saurischia lizard-hipped one of two clades of Dinosaur 
233.23 - 0 Dinosaurs are a diverse group of reptiles of the clade Dinosauria. became the dominant terrestrial vertebrates after the Triassic–Jurassic extinction event 201.3 million years ago can be divided into avian dinosaurs, or birds; and non-avian dinosaurs
235 - 210 25 Herrerasaurus Herrerasauridae family San Juan, Argentina Saurischia
232 - 222 10 Prozostrodon  genus of advanced cynodonts  that was closely related to the ancestors of mammals
231.7 - 225 6.7 Venaticosuchus rusconii Ischigualaasto formation Argentina 
231.7 - 225 6.7 Ischigualasto Formation is a Late Triassic fossiliferous formation and Lagerstätte in the Ischigualasto-Villa Unión Basin of the southwestern La Rioja Province and northeastern San Juan Province in northwestern Argentina
231.7 - 231.1 .6 Ignotosaurus is an extinct genus of silesaurid dinosauriform known from the Late Triassic (Carnian) Cancha de Bochas Member of the Ischigualasto Formation in the Ischigualasto-Villa Unión Basin in northwestern Argentina
9 Saurosuchus galilei Lizard crocodile Ischigualasto formation Argentina Late Triassic 231.4
231.4  Ischigualastia jenseni Ichigualasto's one Ischigualato formation Argentina Late Triassic
231.4 - 0 Ornithoscelida (/ˌɔːrnɪθəˈsɛlɪdə/[1]) is a proposed clade that includes various major groupings of dinosaurs. An order Ornithoscelida was originally proposed by Thomas Henry Huxley but later abandoned in favor of Harry Govier Seeley's division of Dinosauria into Saurischia and Ornithischia. The term was revived in 2017 after a new cladistic analysis by Baron et al.
231.4 - 229 Eodromaeus (meaning "dawn runner") was a genus of basal theropod dinosaur known from the Late Triassic (Carnian) Valle de la Luna Member of the Ischigualasto Formation of the Ischigualasto-Villa Unión Basin in northwestern Argentina.[1] It has been cited by Sereno as resembling a supposed common ancestor to all dinosaurs, the "Eve" of the dinosaurs.[2]
231.4  Herrerasaurus ischigualastensis Herrera's lizard Ischigualasto formation Argentina
231.4 - 229 2.4 Eodromaeus murphi Dawn runner Ischigualasto formation Argentina Triassic
231.4 - 203 28.4 Aetosaurs (aetosaur /ˌɛtˈsɔːr/; order name Aetosauria /ˌɛtˈsɔːriə/; from Greekἀετός (aetos, "eagle") and σαυρος (sauros, "lizard")) are an extinct order of heavily armoured, medium- to large-sized Late Triassic herbivorous archosaurs. They have small heads, upturned snouts, erect limbs, and a body covered by plate-like scutes. All aetosaurs belong to the family Stagonolepididae
231.4 - 66 Sauropodomorpha (/ˌsɔːrəˌpɒdəˈmɔːrfə/[1] SOR-ə-POD-ə-MOR-fə; from Greek, meaning "lizard-footed forms")  clade of long-necked, herbivoroussaurischian dinosaurs that includes the sauropods and their ancestral relatives. Sauropods generally grew to very large sizes, had long necks and tails, were quadrupedal, and became the largest animals to ever walk the Earth. 
231.4 - 0 Theropoda hollow bones and three-toed limbs Saurischia
231.4 Ischigualastia   genus of dicynodonts (a group of synapsids)
231.4 - 225.9  Ischigualasto Provincial Park (SpanishParque Provincial Ischigualasto), also called Valle de la Luna ("Valley of the Moon" or "Moon Valley"), due to its moon like appearance, is a provincial protected area in the north-east of San Juan Province, north-western Argentina. age of rocks
Metopacantus granulatus Europe  201.3 - 174.1 27.2
231 - 228 3 Eoraptor lunensis Dawn plunderer Ischigualasto formation Argentina
231 Panphagia protos Eater of all Ischigualasto formaiton Argentina   
230 - 0 Dilobopyga gemina E Australia Least concern
4 Silesaurus opolensis silesia lizard Silesia Poland, Late Triassic 230 Ma
230 - 200 30 Gerrothorax pulcherrimus Wicker chest Triassic
230 Dinosaurs
230 - Present Common yellow-banded caecilian Ichthyophis glutinosus Least concern
230 Scleromochlus (Greek for "hard fulcrum") is an extinct genus of small archosauriform from the Late Triassic period. The genus contains the type and only species Scleromochlus taylori
230  Belogradchik Rocks started during the Permian period, about 230 Bulgaria
230 sea withdrew, fluvial, mudflat, sabkha, and shallow marine environments developed, depositing  gypsum (from lagoon evaporites), mudstones, limestones, sandstonesshales, and siltstones.

It took many thousands of thin layers of these sediments to form the 1,800-foot (550 m) thick Moenkopi Formation.[7] A prograding shoreline laid down muddy delta sediments which mixed with limy marine deposits. The fossilized plants and animals in the Moenkopi are evidence of a climate shift to a warm tropical setting that may have experienced monsoonal, wet-dry conditions.

230 Silesaurus is a genus of silesaurid dinosauriform from the Late Triassic Poland.   Keuper Claystone in Krasiejów near OpoleSilesia, Poland, 
Silesaurus opolensis, was described by Jerzy Dzik in 2003. It is known from some 20 skeletons, making it one of the best-represented of the early dinosauriforme
230 Portland Arch Nature Preserve is a 435-acre (1.76 km2) nature preserve near the Wabash River in Fountain County, Indiana, USA, 
237 - 208.5 28.5 Saurosuchus, Herrerasaurus
228 - 27 1 Staurikosaurus
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231 - 28 3 Eor
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Triassic Period 251.9 - 201 50.9
Late Triassic Period 237 - 201.3 35.7
Carnian Age 237 - 227 10  
228 - 220 8 Henodus chelyops Turtle-faced single tooth Tubingen, Germany
228 - 203.6 224.4 Scleromochlus taylori Hard fulcrum Lossiemouth Sandstone, Scotland
228 Preondactylus bufarinii Preone fingers Italian Alps
228 Icarosaurus siefkeri Icarus lizard Lockatong formation E USA 
228 - 210 18 Desmatosuchus spurensis Link crocodile USA 
228 Saltopus elginensis Hopping foot Lossiemouth sandstone formation Scotland
228 - 216.5 11.5 Pisanosaurus mertii Pisano's lizard Ischigulasto formation Argentina
228 - 208.5 19.5  Lessemsaurus sauropoides Don Lessem lizard Los Colorados formation Argentina
228 - 208 20 Eucoelophysis "true hollow form"  dinosauriform Chinle Formation of New Mexico. sister group to Dinosauria, and Silesaurus as the next most basal taxon
228 - 66 162 Pterosaurs order Pterosauria. earliest vertebrates known to have evolved powered flight. Their wings were formed by a membrane of skin, muscle, and other tissues stretching from the ankles to a dramatically lengthened fourth finger.
228 - 201.3 Liliensternus is an extinct genus of basal Neotheropod dinosaur that lived approximately 210 
228 - 0 Neotheropoda (meaning "new theropods") is a clade that includes coelophysoids and more advanced theropod dinosaurs, and is the only group of theropods that survived the Triassic–Jurassic extinction event. All neotheropods became extinct during the early Jurassic period except for Averostra.[ci
228 - 203.6 Ornithosuchidae is an extinct  family of pseudosuchian archosaurs (distant relatives of modern crocodilians) from the Triassic period. Ornithosuchids were quadrupedal and facultatively bipedal, meaning they had the ability to walk on two legs for short periods of time
228 - 189.6 Melanorosauridae were a family of sauropodomorph dinosaurs 
228 - 213 Riojasauridae is a family of sauropod-like dinosaurs from the Upper Triassic. It is known primarily from the genera Riojasaurus and Eucnemesaurus. Sites containing Riojasauridae include the Lower Elliot Formation of Orange Free State, South Africa (where fossils of Eucnemesaurus have been found), and Ischigualasto, in La Rioja Province, Argentina ( where fossils of Riojasaurushave been recovered).
228 - 66 162   Massopoda is a clade of sauropodomorph dinosaurs which lived during the Late Triassic to the Late Cretaceous periods. It was named by paleontologist Adam M. Yates of the University of the Witwatersrand in 2007. Massopoda is a stem-based taxon, defined as all animals more closely related to Saltasaurus loricatus than to Plateosaurus engelhardti.
228 - 208.5 9.5 Brasilodon ("Brazil tooth")   genus of cynodonts 
Norian Age 227 - 208.5 18.5
228 - 208.5 9.5 Lessemsaurus is an extinct  sauropod dinosaur belonging to Lessemsauridae.
228 - 66 162 Anchisauria were a clade of sauropodomorph dinosaurs that lived from the Late Triassic to the Late Cretaceous in North America, Africa, and South America. 
228 Eucnemesaurus (/jkˌnmɪˈsɔːrəs/; meaning "good tibia lizard", for its robust tibiae) is a basal sauropodomorph dinosaur 
228 - 66 162 Massopoda is a clade of sauropodomorph dinosaurs
227 - 213 14 Riojasaurus herbivorous sauropodomorph dinosaur Los Colorados Formation in  Ischigualasto-Villa Unión Basin Argentina 10m/33' only known Riojasaurid dinosaur in S America
227 - 213 14 Coloradisaurus  genus of massospondylid sauropodomorph dinosaur. La Rioja ProvinceArgentina. 1 nearly complete skull.
227 - 176 51 Massospondylidae is a family of early massopod dinosaurs AsiaAfricaSouth America and Antarctica
227 - 216.5 10.5 Metoposaurus diagnosticus Front lizard W Europe
225.42  Guaibasaurus candelariensis Guaiba lizard Caturrita formation S Brazil
225.4  Unaysaurus tolentinoi Black water lizard Caturrita formaiton S Brazil 
225 - 209.5 15.5 Revueltosaurus callenderi Revuelto lizard USA
225 Adelobasileus cromptoni Obscure king Tecovas formation USA
225 - 66 59 Plateosauria is a clade of sauropodomorph dinosaurs which lived during the Late Triassic to the Late Cretaceous.
225 - 209.5 15.5 Revueltosaurus "Revuelto lizard"  extinct genus of suchian pseudosuchian New MexicoArizona and North Carolina, United States.
225 - 209 16 Plateosauridae   family of plateosaurian sauropodomorphs EuropeAfrica and Asia.
225 Petrified Forest National Park
225 Riograndia genus of tritheledontid cynodonts 1 species S America. Defines Riograndia Assemblage Zone
Riograndia guaibensis
225 Sacisaurus is a silesaurid dinosauriformAgudo S Brazil.  Sacisaurus agudoensis
Synostocephalus    non-mammalian synapsid.

Traversodon  genus of cynodonts. It was a relative of the direct ancestor to modern mammals. S America.

Diademodon   genus of cynodonts. It was about 2 metres (6.6 ft)
 
Mesozoic Era (Middle Life)
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Triassic Period 251.9 - 201 50.9
Late Triassic Period 237 - 201.3 35.7
Norian Age 227 - 208.5 18.5
221.5 - 205.6 16 Placochelys placodonta Flat toothed flat-plate turtle Europe
221 - 206 15 Stagonolepis robertsoni Ornamented scale Germany, Poland, England and USA 
221 - 206 15 Zupaysaurus rougieri Devil lizard early theropod dinosaur Los Colorado formation Argentina 
221 - 202 19 Plateosauravusgrandfather of Plateosaurusbasal sauropodomorph  Elliot Formation of South Africa.
221 - 183 Coelophysoidea Superfamily
220 Odontochelys semitestacea Toothed turtle with a half-shell guizhou provinces, China
220 - 185 35 Eocursor parvus Dawn runner Lower Elliot formation S Africa 
220 - 216 4 Placerias hesternus Broad body Late Triassic W&N America
220 Trucidocynodonmonotypic genus of cynodonts Santa Maria Formation outcrops in Paleorrota geopark AgudoBrazil
220 - 211.9 Dromomeron (meaning "running femur") is a genus of lagerpetonid dinosauromorph archosaur SW USA & NW Argentina.
220 Boreogomphodon   genus of traversodontid cynodonts from the Late Triassic of the eastern United States. Fossils have been found from the Turkey Branch Formation in Virginia.
220 Arctotraversodon    traversodontid cynodonts from the Late Triassic of Canada. Fossils first described from the Wolfville Formation in Nova Scotia in 1984 represented the first known traversodontid from North America
220 Hesperosuchus agilis Western crocodile USA
Santacruzodon  genus of cynodonts which existed in Brazil during the Triassic period. The type species is Santacruzodon hopsoni.[
217 - 215 2 Fasolasuchus   genus of rauisuchid. Los Colorados Formation of the Ischigualasto-Villa Unión Basin in northwestern Argentina
216.5 - 201 15.5 Meroktenos is a genus of basal sauropodomorph dinosaur  Lesotho.
216.5 - 201 15.5  Melanorosaurus readi Black mountain lizard Elliet formation S Africa
216.5 - 201 15.5 Melanorosaurus  South Africa
Habayia   genus of traversodontid cynodonts from the Late Triassic of Belgium. A single postcanine tooth was found in Habay-la-Vieille in southern Belgium. Based on the size of the tooth, Habayia was very small. Habayia lived during the Rhaetian stage of the Late Triassic at a time when western Europe was an island archipelago due to high sea levels. The small size of Habayia may be a result of insular dwarfism
Mesozoic Era (Middle Life)
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Triassic Period 251.9 - 201 50.9
Late Triassic Period 237 - 201.3 35.7
Norian Age 227 - 208.5 18.5
216 - 199.6 16.4 Paratypothorax andressorum Beside print thorax Germany, Greenland and USA
216 Diodorus genus of silesaurid dinosauriform Timezgadiouine Formation Argana Basin Morocco
216 - 203 13 Ruehleia sauropodomorph Germany
216 - 196 20 Coelophysis  genus 3/9.8ft southwestern USA  & also in South Africa & Zimbabwe Coelophysoidea Superfamily
5 Coelophysis bauri Hollow New Mexico N America 216 - 196 Ma
215 Austriadactylus cristatus austria dactylus Seefelder beds, Austria
215.6 - 201.6 14 Kuehneosaurus latus Kuehne lizard England and Luxemburg 
215 Tawa  theropod dinosaur 
215 Maubeugia genus of traversodontid cynodonts NE France
M. lotharingica
215 - 203 12 Mussaurus (meaning "mouse lizard") genus of herbivorous sauropodomorph
215 - 190 25 Lessemsauridae is a clade of early sauropod dinosaurs that lived in the Triassic and Jurassic of Argentina and South Africa.
215 - 203 12  Mussaurus patagonicus Mouse lizard El Tranquilo formation Argentina 
214 - 204 10 Plateosaurus engelhardti Broad lizard Black forest Germany
214 - 204 10 Plateosaurus Central & Northern Europe & Greenland, North America
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