Barrancapus Hunt et al. 1993 (prosauropod)

Reptilia - Saurischia

Full reference: A. P. Hunt, M. G. Lockley, and S. G. Lucas. 1993. Vertebrate and invertebrate tracks and trackways from Upper Triassic strata of the Tucumcari Basin, east-central New Mexico, USA. The Nonmarine Triassic. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin 3:199-201

Parent taxon: Prosauropoda according to A. P. Hunt and S. G. Lucas 2007

See also Hunt et al. 1993

Sister taxa: Aetonyx, Aetonyx palustris, Agrosaurus, Anchisauridae, Aristosaurus, Aristosaurus erectus, Blikanasauridae, Dimodosaurus, Dromicosaurus, Dromicosaurus gracilis, Euskelesauridae, Euskelosaurus africanus, Fulengia, Gigantoscelus, Gresslyosaurus, Gresslyosaurus ingens, Gryponyx, Gryponyx africanus, Gryponyx taylori, Gryponyx transvaalensis, Gyposaurus capensis, Hortalotarsus, Hortalotarsus skirtopodus, Leptospondylus, Massospondylus browni, Massospondylus harriesi, Massospondylus schwarzi, Mussauridae, Orinosaurus, Orinosaurus capensis, Otozoidae, Pachysauriscus, Pachysaurops, Pachysaurus, Pachyspondylus, Pengxianpus, Plateosauravidae, Plateosaurus stormbergensis, Pseudotetrasauropus, Pseudotetrasauropus acutunguis, Pseudotetrasauropus curtus, Pseudotetrasauropus elegans, Pseudotetrasauropus francisci, Saurischichnus, Tawasaurus, Teratosaurus trossingensis, Tetrasauropus, Thecodontosaurus dubius, Thecodontosaurus minor, Yimenosaurus, Yunnanosauridae, Zanclodon bavaricus

Subtaxa: Barrancapus cresapi

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Type: Barrancapus cresapi

Ecology: ground dwelling herbivore

Distribution:

• Triassic of United States (2: Arizona, New Mexico collections)

Total: 2 collections each including a single occurrence

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