†family Anomoepodidae Lull 1904 (bird foot dinosaur)

Reptilia - Neornithischia - Anomoepodidae

Alternative spellings: Anemoepodidae, Anomoepidae

Full reference: R. S. Lull. 1904. Fossil footprints of the Jura-Trias of North America. Memoirs of the Boston Society of Natural History 5(11):461-557

Parent taxon: Ornithopoda according to G. Gierlinski 1991

See also Avanzini et al. 2001, Haubold 1969, Haubold 1971, Kuhn 1958, Kuhn 1963, Kuhn 1966, Li et al. 2010, Lockley and Gierlinski 2006, Lull 1904, Lull 1915, Lull 1953, Niedzwiedzki and Pienkowski 2004, Sarjeant 1970, Xing et al. 2016, Yang and Yang 1987 and Zhen et al. 1989

Sister taxa: Bonaparteichnium, Brachypoda, Burianosaurus, Camptosaurichnus, Caririchnium, Convolosaurus, Dakotasaurus, Diluvicursor, Dinehichnus, Dinosauropodes, Dolichopoda, Elasmaria, Euornithopoda, Fabrosauria, Gideonmantellia, Gigantoshiraminesauropus, Gilmoreosaurus arkhangelskyi, Hypsiloichnus, Hypsilophodon wielandi, Iguanodontia, Iguanodontipus, Jiayinosauropus, Kalodontoidea, Laosaurus, Laosaurus celer, Laosaurus minimus, Morrosaurus, Moyenisauropodidae, Ornithopodichnites, Ornithopoidea, Othnielia, Ovaloolithidae, Phyllodon, Psilotrisauropus, Shiraminesauropus, Siluosaurus, Staurichnium, Tetrapodosauridae, Trachodontoidea, Unespichnium, Walmadanyichnus, Wintonopus

Subtaxa: Apatichnus Corvipes Neoanomoepus Shenmuichnus

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Ecology: ground dwelling herbivore

Distribution:

• Cretaceous of Thailand (1 collection)

• Jurassic to Cretaceous of Canada (1: British Columbia)

• Jurassic of China (1), United States (9: Connecticut, Massachusetts, Utah)

• Triassic of China (1), United States (1: Colorado)

Total: 14 collections each including a single occurrence

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