Nothosaurus giganteus is a large nothosaur found in the upper Muschelkalk and the lower Keuper (in Anisian, Ladinian and Carnian levels, i.e.
(2004) suggested that the nothosaur vertebrae from several outcrops of the Keuper of Manzanera (Teruel) probably belong to Nothosaurus.
(2004): A new nothosaur from Middle Triassic of Guizhou, China.
(2014): A gigantic nothosaur (Reptilia: Sauropterygia) from the Middle Triassic of SW China and its implication for the Triassic biotic recovery.
Remarkable are the classical localities of Bienservida-Villarodrigo (Albacete) (36) (Alafont, 1992) and Siles (Jaen) (38) (Niemeyer, 2002) where ichthyofauna, nothosaurs, placodonts, pachypleurosaurs and possiby Tanystropheus, have been discovered.
Olesa de Montserrat sites (Barcelona Province), Catalonian basin: The presence of nothosaur remains was cited by Almela and Llopis (1947).