Ankylosaurus magniventris Brown 1908 (ornithischian)

Reptilia - Ornithischia - Ankylosauridae

Alternative combination: Anchylosaurus magniventris

Full reference: B. Brown. 1908. The Ankylosauridae, a new family of armored dinosaurs from the Upper Cretaceous. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 24(12):187-201

Belongs to Ankylosaurus according to M. K. Vickaryous et al. 2004

See also Abel 1908, Arbour et al. 2014, Bodily 1970, Bohlin 1953, Breithaupt 1985, Brown 1908, Brown 1914, Burns 2008, Burns and Sullivan 2011, Burns and Sullivan 2011, Butler et al. 2008, Carpenter 2001, Carpenter 2004, Coombs 1978, Coombs 1978, Coombs 1986, Coombs 1990, Coombs and Deméré 1996, Eberth 1997, Eberth et al. 2001, Ford 2000, Galton 1983, Garcia and Pereda-Suberbiola 2003, Han et al. 2014, Hennig 1915, Huene 1927, Jasinski et al. 2011, Kirkland et al. 2013, Kuhn 1964, Leahey and Salisbury 2013, Longrich 2008, Lü et al. 2007, Lü et al. 2007, Maleev 1954, Maleev 1956, Molnar 1980, Molnar and Wiffen 1994, Parks 1924, Russell 1930, Russell 1933, Russell 1964, Simmons 1965, Sternberg 1909, Swinton 1970, Tatarinov 1964 and Tumanova 1987

Sister taxa: none

Type specimen: AMNH 5895, a partial skeleton. Its type locality is Upper end, Gilbert Creek, which is in a Maastrichtian terrestrial horizon in the Hell Creek Formation of Montana.

Ecology: ground dwelling herbivore

Average measurements (in mm): femur circumference 362.0

Estimated body mass: 6.49 tons based on femur circumference

Distribution:

• Cretaceous of Canada (2: Alberta collections), United States (6: Montana, Wyoming)

Total: 8 collections each including a single occurrence

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