Cetiosaurus Owen 1841 (sauropod)

Reptilia - Saurischia

Alternative spelling: Ceteosaurus

Parent taxon: Eusauropoda according to A. Otero and D. Pol 2013

See also Arldt 1909, Barrett 2006, Bataller 1960, Baur 1891, Bonaparte 1986, Bonaparte 1986, Bonaparte and Coria 1993, Carroll 1988, Coombs and Molnar 1981, d'Orbigny 1849, Delair 1960, Delair 1973, Depéret 1896, Dollo 1884, Dong 1998, Hatcher 1903, Huene 1908, Huene 1908, Huene 1909, Huene 1927, Huene 1927, Huene 1929, Huene 1944, Joleaud 1922, Kaever and Lapparent 1974, Ksepka and Norell 2010, Lapparent 1943, Lull 1924, Lydekker 1877, Lydekker 1888, Lydekker 1904, Mansel-Pleydell 1902, Marsh 1884, Marsh 1885, Marsh 1895, Marsh 1896, Marsh 1898, McIntosh 1990, McIntosh 1990, McIntosh 1997, Mcintosh et al. 1992, Meyer 1845, Molnar 1980, Naish and Martill 2007, Nopcsa 1928, Owen 1842, Owen 1859, Owen 1861, Quenstedt 1852, Quenstedt 1867, Romer 1956, Romer 1966, Sauvage 1882, Sauvage 1900, Sauvage 1906, Sekiya 2011, Smith 1997, Steel 1970, Swinton 1970, Taquet 1984, Tatarinov 1964, Upchurch 1995, Upchurch 1995, Upchurch 1997, Upchurch et al. 2004, Upchurch and Martin 2002, Upchurch and Martin 2003, von Zittel 1911, Williston 1878, Wilson 2002 and Zittel 1890

Sister taxa: Algoasaurus, Algoasaurus bauri, Atlasaurus, Barapasaurus, Bothriospondylus madagascariensis, Cardiodon, Cetiosauridae, Cetiosauriscus, Datousaurus, Dystrophaeus, Ferganasaurus, Hudiesaurus, Jobaria, Klamelisaurus, Lapparentosaurus, Mamenchisauridae, Nebulasaurus, Neosauropoda, Ornithopsis leedsi, Patagosaurus, Rhoetosaurus, Shunosaurus, Spinophorosaurus, Turiasauria, Volkheimeria

Subtaxa: Cetiosaurus brachyurus Cetiosaurus brevis Cetiosaurus mogrebiensis Cetiosaurus oxoniensis Cetiosaurus philippsii

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Ecology: ground dwelling herbivore

Distribution:

• Cretaceous of Spain (1 collection), the United Kingdom (4)

• Jurassic of France (1), Morocco (6), the United Kingdom (17)

Total: 29 collections including 30 occurrences

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