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H. You et al. 2005

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H. You, Q. Ji, and D. Li. 2005. Lanzhousaurus magnidens gen. et sp. nov. from Gansu Province, China: the largest-toothed herbivorous dinosaur in the world. Geological Bulletin of China 24(9):785-794 [M. Carrano/M. Carrano]
Metadata
ID number:  28013
Created:  2008-08-21 08:33:31
Modified:  2008-08-22 01:33:31
Project name:  ETE
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (14) - view classification
'Altirhinus belongs to Hadrosauriformes' according to H. You et al. 2005
'Eolambia belongs to Hadrosauriformes' according to H. You et al. 2005
'Equijubus belongs to Hadrosauriformes' according to H. You et al. 2005
'Hadrosauridae belongs to Hadrosauriformes' according to H. You et al. 2005
'Hadrosauriformes belongs to Styracosterna' according to H. You et al. 2005
'Iguanodon atherfieldensis belongs to Iguanodon' according to H. You et al. 2005
'Iguanodon bernissartensis belongs to Iguanodon' according to H. You et al. 2005
'Iguanodon belongs to Hadrosauriformes' according to H. You et al. 2005
'Lanzhousaurus magnidens belongs to Lanzhousaurus' according to H. You et al. 2005
'Lanzhousaurus belongs to Styracosterna' according to H. You et al. 2005
'Lurdusaurus belongs to Styracosterna' according to H. You et al. 2005
'Ouranosaurus belongs to Hadrosauriformes' according to H. You et al. 2005
'Probactrosaurus belongs to Hadrosauriformes' according to H. You et al. 2005
'Protohadros belongs to Hadrosauriformes' according to H. You et al. 2005
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