1974年 第12卷 第3期: 193~200
摘要： In the years of 1970 and 1971, a collection of fossil lizard containing about 40 specimens was obtained by a field party of the Institute from the Qian-Shan district, Anhui province. This is the first time that fossil lizards discovered from the Paleocene of China, also the collection is the richest one of the group so far known in China. Materials were found from the beds of Wang-Hu-Dun series and Dou-Mu series respectively. Both are of Paleocene age. Part of the collection, described in this paper, represent 2 families, 2 genera and 4 species:
Qianshanosaurus huangpuensis gen. et sp. nov.
Anhuisaurus huainanensis gen. et sp. nov.
Tinosaurus doumuensis sp. nov.
Agama sinensis sp. nov.