Iguanodon Mantell 1825 (bird foot dinosaur)

Reptilia - Neornithischia

Synonyms: Heterosaurus Cornuel 1850, Iguanosaurus Anonymous 1824, Struthopus Ballerstedt 1922, Therosaurus Fitzinger 1843, Uestisaurus von Zittel 1911, Vectisaurus Hulke 1879, Wealdenichnites Kuhn 1958

Full reference: G. A. Mantell. 1825. Notice on the Iguanodon, a newly discovered fossil reptile, from the sandstone of Tilgate Forest, in Sussex. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 115:179-186

Parent taxon: Hadrosauriformes according to F. J. Verdú et al. 2015

See also Bartholomai and Molnar 1981, Bataller 1960, Blows 1998, Brinkmann 1988, Buffetaut et al. 1991, Buffetaut et al. 1980, Buscalioni and Sanz 1984, Buscalioni and Sanz 1987, Carroll 1988, Casanovas et al. 1987, Cope 1866, Cope 1869, Cornuel 1850, d'Orbigny 1849, Delair 1960, Dollo 1882, Dollo 1884, Dollo 1884, Dollo 1885, Dollo 1889, Fitzinger 1826, Gadow 1897, Galton 1974, Galton 1974, Galton 1975, Galton 1976, Galton 1994, Galton and Jensen 1979, Gardiner 1982, Gasulla et al. 2014, Gervais 1852, Gervais 1853, Gervais 1859, Godefroit et al. 1998, Grigorescu 1992, Grigorescu 2003, Haeckel 1866, Haubold 1971, Holl 1829, Horner 1990, Huene 1909, Huene 1934, Huene 1934, Huene 1959, Hulke 1887, Huxley 1870, Joleaud 1922, Jurcsák 1982, Jurcsak and Popa 1979, Kobayashi and Azuma 2003, Kuhn 1958, Kuhn 1963, Kuhn 1964, Lapparent 1947, Lapparent 1960, Lapparent and Stchepinsky 1968, Lull 1924, Lydekker 1877, Lydekker 1888, Lydekker 1888, Mansel-Pleydell 1888, Mansel-Pleydell 1902, Mantell 1825, Mantell 1854, Marsh 1882, Marsh 1884, Marsh 1885, Marsh 1895, Marsh 1896, Martin and Buffetaut 1992, Matthew 1915, McDonald et al. 2010, McDonald et al. 2010, Meunier 1883, Meyer 1845, Milner and Norman 1984, Molnar 1980, Naish and Martill 2008, Nopcsa 1904, Nopcsa 1928, Norman 1980, Norman 1984, Norman 1989, Norman 1990, Norman 2004, Norman 2014, Norman and Sues 2000, Norman and Weishampel 1990, Owen 1842, Owen 1851, Owen 1855, Owen 1858, Owen 1861, Owen 1861, Owen 1872, Parsch 1963, Paton 1975, Paul 2007, Paul 2008, Pereda Suberbiola et al. 2006, Pereda Suberbiola and Ruiz-Omeñaca 2013, Quenstedt 1852, Quenstedt 1867, Ramírez-Velasco et al. 2012, Ritgen 1828, Romer 1956, Romer 1966, Rozhdestvensky 1952, Rozhdestvensky 1977, Ruiz-Omeñaca et al. 1998, Ruiz-Omeñaca and Canudo 2003, Ruiz-Omeñaca et al. 2007, Russell 1984, Sánchez-Hernández et al. 2007, Santafé et al. 1982, Sanz 1986, Sanz et al. 2014, Sauvage 1882, Sauvage 1895, Sauvage 1896, Sauvage 1900, Sauvage 1914, Sepkoski 2002, Sereno 1986, Swinton 1936, Swinton 1936, Swinton 1970, Tatarinov 1964, Thulborn 1974, Thulborn 1975, Tornier 1913, Vickaryous and Ryan 1997, von Zittel 1911, Wang et al. 2011, Weishampel and Bjork 1989, Weishampel and Weishampel 1983, Williston 1878, You et al. 2005, You et al. 2003, Zhang et al. 2013, Zhao 1983 and Zittel 1890

Sister taxa: Dollodon, Hadrosauroidea, Proa

Subtaxa: Iguanodon bernissartensis Iguanodon galvensis Iguanodon major Iguanodon mantelli Streptospondylus recentior Struthopus schaumburgensis Wealdenichnites iguanodontoides

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Type: Iguanodon anglicum

Ecology: ground dwelling herbivore

Distribution:

• Cretaceous of Belgium (1 collection), France (3), Germany (5), India (1), Portugal (4), Romania (1), Spain (42), Sudan (1), the United Kingdom (55), United States (1: Texas)

• Jurassic of France (1)

Total: 115 collections including 122 occurrences

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