Full reference: X. Xu, Q.-W. Tan, S. Wang, C. Sullivan, D. W. E. Hone, F.-L. Han, Q.-Y. Ma, L. Tan, and D. Xiao. 2013. A new oviraptorid from the Upper Cretaceous of Nei Mongol, China, and its stratigraphic implications. Vertebrata PalAsiatica 51(2):85-101
Sister taxa: none
Type specimen: IVPP V 18409, a skeleton (An articulated skeleton preserving much of the cranium and postcranial skeleton, including 11 dorsal vertebrae, 16 caudal vertebrae, much of both the right and). Its type locality is The Gate, which is in a Campanian terrestrial sandstone in the Wulansuhai Formation of China.
Ecology: ground dwelling omnivore
Distribution: found only at The Gate
Specimen images are retrieved through the ePANDDA API.
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