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Description World distribution of genera and species within family Crocodylidae (C. means Crocodylus)


  • Crocodylus acutus
  • Crocodylus rhombifer
  • Crocodylus moreletii
  • Crocodylus intermedius
  • Crocodylus niloticus
  • Crocodylus cataphractus = Mecistops cataphractus
  • Osteolaemus tetraspis‎


  • Crocodylus palustris
  • Crocodylus porosus
  • Crocodylus siamensis
  • Crocodylus mindorensis
  • Crocodylus novaeguineae
  • Crocodylus johnsoni
  • Tomistoma schlegelii‎
Date 13 February 2007
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