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Campylodon ameghinoi Huene 1929 (sauropod)

Reptilia - Dinosauria

Alternative combination: Campylodoniscus ameghinoi

Belongs to Campylodoniscus according to P. Upchurch et al. 2004

Sister taxa: Agustiniidae, Amygdalodon, Antetonitrus, Archaeodontosaurus, Asiatosaurus, Astrodon johnstoni, Atlantosaurus, Blikanasaurus, Bothriospondylidae, Bothrosauropodidae, Bothrosauropodoidea, Brachiosaurus nougaredi, Brontopodidae, Brontopodus, Brontosauridae, Bruhathkayosaurus, Camarasauroidea, Cardiodontidae, Cetiosaurus epioolithicus, Cetiosaurus longus, Chiayusaurus, Chinshakiangosaurus, Chondrosteosaurus, Chubutisauridae, Chuxiongosaurus, Clasmodosaurus spatula, Dystrophaeus, Eusauropoda, Faveoloolithidae, Gongxianosaurus, Gravisauria, Haplocanthosauridae, Herrerasauridae, Homalosauropodidae, Homalosauropodoidea, Iguanodon praecursor, Isanosaurus, Koreanosauripus, Kotasaurus, Lamplughsaura, Lancanjiangosaurus, Lessemsaurus, Mamenchisauroidea, Microsaurops, Ohmdenosaurus, Oplosaurus, Ornithopsidae, Parabrontopodidae, Parabrontopodus, Parrosaurus, Pleurocoelidae, Pleurocoelus nanus, Polyonyx, Protognathosaurus, Qinlingosaurus, Ravatichnus, Rotundichnus, Spinophorosaurus, Tapinosaurus, Tazoudasaurus, Tendaguriidae, Titanosaurus lydekkeri, Titanosaurus montanus, Vulcanodon, Zizhongosaurus, Aepisaurus elephantinus, Kunmingosaurus wudingensis, Morinosaurus typus, Morinosaurus priscus, Ultrasaurus tabriensis, Hamanosauripus ungulatus, Algoasaurus bauri, Gigantosaurus megalonyx

Type specimen: MACN A-IOR63. Its type locality is west slope, Sierra de San Bernardo, which is in a Coniacian/Campanian terrestrial sandstone in Argentina.

Ecology: ground dwelling herbivore