Panoplosaurus Lambe 1919 (ornithischian)

Reptilia - Ornithischia - Nodosauridae

Full reference: L. M. Lambe. 1919. Description of a new genus and species (Panoplosaurus mirus) of an armoured dinosaur from the Belly River Beds of Alberta. Proceedings and Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada, series 3 13:39-50

Parent taxon: Nodosauridae according to F. Han et al. 2014

See also Arbour et al. 2014, Bakker 1988, Blows 2001, Burns 2007, Burns 2008, Carpenter 1990, Carpenter 2001, Carroll 1988, Clemens 1986, Coombs 1978, Coombs 1978, Coombs 1979, Coombs and Deméré 1996, Dodson 1983, Eberth 1997, Eberth et al. 2001, Ford 2000, Galton 1983, Huene 1927, Kirkland 1998, Kirkland et al. 2013, Kuhn 1964, Longrich 2008, Lü et al. 2007, Lü et al. 2007, Maleev 1954, Maleev 1956, Molnar 1980, Nopcsa 1928, Nopcsa 1929, Nopsca 1928, Osi and Makádi 2009, Parsch 1963, Parsons and Parsons 2009, Pereda Suberbiola and Galton 1997, Pereda Suberbiola and Galton 2001, Rivera-Sylva et al. 2011, Romer 1956, Romer 1966, Russell 1930, Russell 1940, Russell 1984, Ryan 1997, Ryan and Evans 2005, Sereno 1986, Sereno 1998, Simmons 1965, Sternberg 1921, Tatarinov 1964, Tumanova 1987, Vickaryous 2006, Vickaryous et al. 2004, Vickaryous et al. 2001 and Weishampel et al. 1991

Sister taxa: Acantholipan, Animantarx, Antarctopelta, Borealopelta, Dongyangopelta, Edmontonia, Edmontoniinae, Gargoyleosaurus, Gastonia, Glyptodontopelta, Hoplitosaurus, Hoplosaurus, Hylaeosaurus, Invictarx, Mymoorapelta, Nodosaurinae, Nodosaurus, Panoplosaurinae, Pawpawsaurus, Peloroplites, Polacanthus, Propanoplosaurus, Sauropelta, Sauropeltinae, Silvisaurus, Struthiosaurinae, Struthiosaurus, Taohelong, Tatankacephalus, Texasetes, Zhejiangosaurus, Hylosaurus

Subtaxa: Panoplosaurus mirus

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Ecology: ground dwelling herbivore

Distribution:

• Cretaceous of Canada (3: Alberta, Saskatchewan collections), United States (3: Montana, Texas)

Total: 6 collections each including a single occurrence

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