Kritosaurus navajovius Brown 1910 (hadrosaurine)

Reptilia - Neornithischia - Hadrosauridae

Alternative combinations: Hadrosaurus navajovius, Kritosaurus navajovicus, Kritosaurus novajovius

Full reference: B. Brown. 1910. The Cretaceous Ojo Alamo beds of New Mexico with description of the new dinosaur genus Kritosaurus. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 28(24):267-274

Belongs to Kritosaurus according to A. Prieto-Marquez 2013

See also Brown 1910, Brown 1914, Cruzado-Caballero and Powell 2017, Gates 2004, Gates et al. 2007, Gilmore 1916, Gilmore 1924, Gilmore 1935, Godefroit et al. 2012, Godefroit et al. 2008, Hernandez et al. 2003, Horner 1992, Horner et al. 2004, Huene 1927, Hunt and Lehman 2008, Hunt and Lucas 1992, Hunt and Lucas 1993, Jasinski et al. 2011, Kirkland et al. 2006, Kuhn 1964, Lehman 1987, Lehman et al. 2016, Lucas et al. 2006, Lull and Wright 1942, Lund and Gates 2006, Mateer 1981, Parks 1919, Parks 1920, Powell 1973, Prieto-Marquez 2010, Prieto-Márquez 2010, Prieto-Márquez 2012, Prieto-Márquez and Gutarra 2016, Prieto-Marquez and Salinas 2010, Prieto-Márquez and Wagner 2010, Prieto-Márquez et al. 2006, Ramírez-Velasco et al. 2012, Ramírez-Velasco et al. 2014, Reeside 1924, Russell 1930, Sinclair and Granger 1914, Sloan 1976, Sullivan and Lucas 2003, Sullivan and Lucas 2014, Tatarinov 1964, Vialli 1960, Wagner and Lehman 2009, Weishampel and Horner 1990, Weishampel and Weishampel 1983, Williamson 2000 and Wolberg 1980

Sister taxon: Kritosaurus horneri

Type specimen: AMNH 5799, a partial skull (An incomplete skull consisting of partial predentary, nearly complete dentaries, partial left and nearly complete right surangular, right splenial, angular and ). Its type locality is west of Chaco Canyon, Ojo Alamo (AMNH), which is in a Campanian terrestrial shale/sandstone in the Kirtland Formation of New Mexico.

Ecology: ground dwelling herbivore


• Cretaceous of United States (8: New Mexico collections)

Total: 8 collections each including a single occurrence

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