Furthermore, Alonso et al. (2018) presented first insights into the theropod fauna from Barranco del Hocino-1, a fossil site which is located geologically within the Oliete sub-basin, in the Blesa Formation. The tooth morphotypes studied by Alonso et al. (2018) belong to separate tetanuran theropod taxa. One is related to Spinosauridae. The other morphotypes show affinities with non-spinosaurid tetanurans, probably related to Carcharodontosauria.
Aurell, M., Soria, A.R., Bádenas, B., Liesa, C.L., Canudo, J.I., Gasca, J.M., Moreno-Azanza, M., Medrano-Aguado, E., Meléndez, A. 2018. Barremian synrift sedimentation in the Oliete sub-basin (Iberian Basin, Spain): palaeogeographical evolution and distribution of vertebrate remains. Journal of Iberian Geology, 44 (2), 285-308. DOI: 10.1007/s41513-018-0057-3
Alonso, A., Gasca, J.M., Navarro-Lorbés, P., Rubio, C., Canudo, J.I. 2018. A new contribution to our knowledge of the large‑bodied theropods from the Barremian of the Iberian Peninsula: the “Barranco del Hocino” site (Spain). Journal of Iberian Geology, 44, 7-23. DOI: 10.1007/s41513-018-0051-9