Barilium dawsoni Lydekker 1888 (iguanodontid)

Reptilia - Neornithischia - Iguanodontidae

Alternative combinations: Iguanodon dawsoni, Torilion dawsoni

Synonyms: Kukufeldia tilgatensis McDonald et al. 2010, Sellacoxa pauli Carpenter and Ishida 2010

Full reference: R. Lydekker. 1888. Catalogue of the Fossil Reptilia and Amphibia in the British Museum (Natural History). Part I. Containing the Orders Ornithosauria, Crocodilia, Dinosauria, Squamata, Rhynchocephalia, and Proterosauria. British Museum (Natural History), London 1-309

Belongs to Barilium according to D. B. Norman 2014

See also Bartholomai and Molnar 1981, Blows 1983, Blows 1998, Carpenter and Ishida 2010, Cheevely and Chapman 1992, Delair 1960, Kuhn 1964, Lydekker 1888, Lydekker 1889, Lydekker 1889, Lydekker 1890, Mansel-Pleydell 1896, Mansel-Pleydell 1902, Martin and Buffetaut 1992, McDonald et al. 2010, McDonald et al. 2010, Nopcsa 1902, Norman 1987, Norman 1997, Norman 2004, Norman 2010, Norman 2013, Norman and Weishampel 1990, Paul 2008, Pereda Suberbiola et al. 2010, Pereda Suberbiola and Ruiz-Omeñaca 2013, Pereda-Suberbiola et al. 2011, Ruiz-Omeñaca et al. 1998, Swinton 1936, Woodward and Sherborn 1890, Zheng et al. 2013 and Zittel 1890

Sister taxa: none

Type specimens:

  • Barilium dawsoni: BMNH R798, R802. Its type locality is Shornden Quarry (clay), which is in a Valanginian terrestrial claystone in the Wadhurst Clay Formation of the United Kingdom.
  • Kukufeldia tilgatensis: NHMUK 28660, a mandible (right dentary). Its type locality is Whiteman’s Green, Cuckfield, which is in a Valanginian terrestrial sandstone in the Tunbridge Wells Sand Formation of the United Kingdom.
  • Sellacoxa pauli: BMNH R 3788, a set of postcrania. Its type locality is Old Roar Quarry (BMNH), which is in a Valanginian lacustrine - small claystone in the Wadhurst Clay Formation of the United Kingdom.

Ecology: ground dwelling herbivore


• Cretaceous of the United Kingdom (2 collections)

Total: 2 collections each including a single occurrence

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