Temporal range: Late Cretaceous
|Skull of Aigialosaurus|
Aigialosauridae (Greek, aigialos = "seashore" + sauros= lizard) is a family of Late Cretaceous semi-aquatic varanoid lizards, regarded by some paleontologists as a distinct monophyletic group and by others as an adaptive grade within the basal mosasauroids.
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- Dutchak, A.R. (2005). "A review of the taxonomy and systematics of aigialosaurs". Netherlands Journal of Geosciences. 84 (3): 221–222.
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