Full reference: J. E. Martin. 2007. A North American Hainosaurus (Squamata: Mosasauridae) from the Late Cretaceous of southern South Dakota. Geological Society of America Special Paper 427:199-207
Sister taxa: Elliptonodon, Elliptonodon compressus, Tylosaurus bernardi, Tylosaurus dyspelor, Tylosaurus gaudryi, Tylosaurus ivoensis, Tylosaurus kansasensis, Tylosaurus nepaeolicus, Tylosaurus pembinensis, Tylosaurus proriger, Tylosaurus saskatchewanensis, Tylosaurus zangerli
Type specimen: SDSM 75705, a partial skeleton (Partial skull, paddle bones, and associated vertebrae). Its type locality is Bank of the Missouri River, which is in a Campanian marine sandstone/shale in the Pierre Shale Formation of South Dakota.
Ecology: aquatic carnivore
Distribution: found only at Bank of the Missouri River
Specimen images are retrieved through the ePANDDA API.
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