Chirostenotes Gilmore 1924 (coelurosaur)

Reptilia - Avetheropoda - Caenagnathidae

Alternative spelling: Cheirostenotes

Full reference: C. W. Gilmore. 1924. A new coelurid dinosaur from the Belly River Cretaceous of Alberta. Canada Department of Mines Geological Survey Bulletin (Geological Series) 38(43):1-12

Parent taxon: Caenagnathidae according to G. F. Funston and P. J. Currie 2016

See also Barsbold 1997, Carroll 1988, Currie 1987, Currie 1989, Currie 1992, Currie 2000, Currie and Russell 1985, Currie and Russell 1988, Dodson 1983, Eberth 1997, Eberth et al. 2001, Gauthier 1986, Gilmore 1924, Lamanna et al. 2014, Longrich 2008, Longrich et al. 2013, Longrich et al. 2010, Lü et al. 2015, Lü et al. 2004, Lü and Zhang 2005, Maryanska et al. 2002, Molnar 1980, Nopcsa 1928, Osmolska 1981, Osmólska et al. 2004, Ostrom 1969, Parsch 1963, Paul 1988, Rauhut 2003, Romer 1956, Romer 1966, Russell 1930, Russell and Dong 1994, Steel 1970, Sues 1994, Sues 1997, Sullivan et al. 2011, Tatarinov 1964, Welles 1984, Xu and Han 2010 and Zanno and Sampson 2003

Sister taxa: Anomalipes, Anzu, Apatoraptor, Beibeilong, Caenagnathasia, Caenagnathinae, Caenagnathus, Elmisaurinae, Elmisaurus, Epichirostenotes, Gigantoraptor, Hagryphus, Leptorhynchos, Macrophalangia, Microvenator, Ojoraptorsaurus

Subtaxa: Chirostenotes elegans Chirostenotes pergracilis

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Ecology: ground dwelling omnivore

Distribution:

• Cretaceous of Canada (7: Alberta collections), United States (18: Montana, South Dakota, Texas)

Total: 25 collections including 26 occurrences

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