Diplodocus Marsh 1878 (diplodocine)

Reptilia - Saurischia - Diplodocidae

Synonym: Seismosaurus Gillette 1991

Full reference: O. C. Marsh. 1878. Principal characters of American Jurassic dinosaurs. Part I. American Journal of Science and Arts 16:411-416

Parent taxon: Diplodocinae according to E. Tschopp et al. 2015

See also Apesteguía 2005, Bakker 1996, Baur 1891, Bonaparte 1986, Bonaparte 1986, Bonaparte 1999, Britt and Naylor 1994, Calvo and Salgado 1995, Carroll 1988, Charig 1980, Chure et al. 2006, Coombs and Molnar 1981, Curtice 1995, Dodson 1997, Dollo 1884, Dollo 1885, Dong 1998, Foster 2005, Gadow 1897, Galiano and Albersdörfer 2010, Galiano and Albersdörfer 2010, Gallina and Apesteguía 2005, Galton 1977, Harris and Dodson 2004, Hay 1902, Herne and Lucas 2006, Huene 1908, Huene 1908, Huene 1909, Huene 1914, Huene 1927, Huene 1927, Huene 1929, Hunt and Lucas 1993, Ibiricu et al. 2012, Joleaud 1922, Joubert 1908, Ksepka and Norell 2010, Lucas et al. 2006, Lull 1924, Mannion et al. 2012, Marsh 1878, Marsh 1881, Marsh 1884, Marsh 1885, Marsh 1895, Marsh 1896, Marsh 1898, McIntosh 1981, McIntosh 1990, McIntosh 1990, McIntosh 1997, McIntosh 2005, Mcintosh et al. 1992, Miller et al. 1991, Mocho et al. 2014, Nopcsa 1928, Padian 1997, Rauhut et al. 2005, Remes 2006, Romer 1956, Romer 1966, Royo-Torres et al. 2007, Ruiz-Omeñaca et al. 2008, Russell 1984, Ryan and Vickaryous 1997, Salgado 1993, Salgado 1999, Salgado and Bonaparte 1991, Salgado et al. 2006, Sauvage 1882, Sereno 1997, Sereno 1998, Steel 1970, Suteethorn et al. 2010, Swinton 1970, Tatarinov 1964, Taylor and Naish 2005, Taylor et al. 2011, Tornier 1913, Tschopp and Mateus 2013, Upchurch 1995, Upchurch 1995, Upchurch et al. 2004, Vetter 1884, von Zittel 1911, Whitlock 2011, Williston 1878, Wilson 2002, Wilson and Sereno 1998, Wilson and Smith 1996, Xing et al. 2015 and Zittel 1890

Sister taxa: Barosaurus, Galeamopus, Kaatedocus, Leinkupal, Supersaurus, Tornieria

Subtaxa: Diplodocus carnegii Diplodocus hallorum Diplodocus longus

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Ecology: ground dwelling herbivore

Distribution:

• Jurassic of United States (57: Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Utah, Wyoming collections)

Total: 57 collections including 58 occurrences

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