Probactrosaurus Rozhdestvensky 1966 (bird foot dinosaur)

Reptilia - Neornithischia

Full reference: A. K. Rozhdestvensky. 1966. Novye igyanodonti ie tsentrallinoy Asii. Phillogeneticheskye y taksonomicheskye veaimoothoshenia poednich Iguanodontidae y rannich Hadrosauridae [New iguanodonts from central Asia. Phylogenetic and taxonomic relationships of late Iguanodontidae and early Hadrosauridae]. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 1966(3):103-116

Parent taxon: Hadrosauroidea according to P. Cruzado-Caballero and J. E. Powell 2017

See also Amiot et al. 2010, Bartholomai and Molnar 1981, Benton 1990, Brett-Surman 1979, Carroll 1988, Casanovas et al. 1999, Cooper 1985, Dong 1992, Dong 1997, Godefroit et al. 2004, Godefroit et al. 2008, Kobayashi and Azuma 2003, Lü 1997, McDonald et al. 2010, McDonald et al. 2010, Milner and Norman 1984, Norman 1984, Norman 1989, Norman 2002, Norman 2004, Norman 2014, Paul 2008, Prieto-Márques et al. 2006, Prieto-Márquez 2010, Prieto-Marquez and Salinas 2010, Prieto-Márquez and Wagner 2010, Ramírez-Velasco et al. 2012, Rozhdestvensky 1977, Sereno 1986, Sereno 1997, Sereno 1998, Sereno 1999, Tan et al. 2015, Wang et al. 2011, Weishampel and Weishampel 1983, You et al. 2003, You et al. 2005 and You et al. 2003

Sister taxa: Arstanosaurus akkurganensis, Bactrosaurus, Batyrosaurus, Cedrorestes, Claosaurus, Datonglong, Eolambia, Equijubus, Fukuisaurus, Gilmoreosaurus, Gongpoquansaurus, Hadrosauridae, Huehuecanauhtlus, Iguanodon hillii, Jeyawati, Jintasaurus, Koshisaurus, Levnesovia, Nanningosaurus, Nanyangosaurus, Penelopognathus, Plesiohadros, Protohadros, Saurolophidae, Shuangmiaosaurus, Sirindhorna, Spheroolithidae, Tanius, Telmatosaurus, Tethyshadros, Trachodon cantabrigiensis, Xuwulong, Yunganglong, Zhanghenglong, Zuoyunlong

Subtaxa: Probactrosaurus gobiensis

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Type: Probactrosaurus gobiensis

Ecology: ground dwelling herbivore

Distribution:

• Cretaceous of China (2 collections)

Total: 2 collections each including a single occurrence

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