Alioramus sinensis Lu et al. 2014 (tyrannosaurine)

Reptilia - Avetheropoda - Tyrannosauridae

Alternative combination: Qianzhousaurus sinensis

Full reference: J. Lu, L. Yi, and S. L. Brusatte, L., Yang, H. Li, L. and Chen. 2014. A new clade of Asian Late Cretaceous long-snouted tyannosaurids. Nature Communications 1-10

Belongs to Alioramus according to T. D. Carr et al. 2017

See also Lu et al. 2014 and Wang et al. 2016

Sister taxa: Alioramus altai, Alioramus remotus

Type specimen: GM F10004-1, a skeleton (A nearly complete skull and most of the left lower jaw (GM F10004-1); nine cervical vertebrae (GM F10004-2); three anterior dorsal vertebrae (GM F10004-3); 18 m). Its type locality is Longling Town, Nankang, which is in a Maastrichtian terrestrial sandstone in the Nanxiong Formation of China.

Ecology: ground dwelling carnivore

Distribution: found only at Longling Town, Nankang

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