Temporal range: Early Cretaceous
Bolet and Evans, 2010
Pedrerasaurus is an extinct genus of scincogekkonomorph lizard from the Early Cretaceous of Spain. The type species is P. latifrontalis. It is similar in appearance to Meyasaurus, a widespread Early Cretaceous lizard that is also known from the Iberian Peninsula. Both genera have bicuspid (two-cusped) teeth, but unlike Meyasaurus, Pedrerasaurus has frontal bones that are not fused or constricted.
- Arnau Bolet; and Susan E. Evans (2010). "A new lizard from the early cretaceous of catalonia (Spain), and the mesozoic lizards of the iberian peninsula". Cretaceous Research 31 (4): 447–457. doi:10.1016/j.cretres.2010.06.002.
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