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Sillosuchus is a genus of poposaurid crurotarsans from the Late
Triassic of Argentina. The refers to Dr. William Sill, and
"suchus," from Greek meaning crocodile. A reconstruction of the
fossil was presented in 2008 by the National University of San Juan
in Argentina, in an homage to Dr. William Dudley Sill who was an
important promotor of paleontology in San Juan. Sillosuchus is the
only poposaurid currently known from outside North America. Other
members of the clade include Shuvosaurus, Poposaurus and Effigia.
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