Alternative combination: Glyptosaurus tuberculatus
Synonyms: Glyptosaurus giganteus Gilmore 1928, Glyptosaurus montanus Douglass 1908
Full reference: E. Douglass. 1903. New vertebrates from the Montana Tertiary. Annals of Carnegie Museum 2(5):145-199
Sister taxa: none
- Helodermoides tuberculatus: C.M. No. 707, a partial skull (partial skull and mandible). Its type locality is Pipestone Springs, which is in a Chadronian terrestrial claystone in the Renova Formation of Montana.
- Glyptosaurus giganteus: CM 1471, a partial skull (greater portion of frontal region of skull, covered with osseous dermal scutes).
- Glyptosaurus montanus: CM 1050 (nearly complete skull and lower jaws, partial limb and phalangeal bones). Its type locality is McCarty's Mountain, which is in a Chadronian wet floodplain tuff in the Chadron Formation of Montana.
Ecology: ground dwelling insectivore-carnivore
Total: 25 collections including 32 occurrences
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