Titanosaurus indicus Lydekker 1877 (sauropod)

Reptilia - Saurischia

Full reference: R. Lydekker. 1877. Notices of new and other Vertebrata from Indian Tertiary and Secondary rocks. Records of the Geological Survey of India 10(1):30-43

Belongs to Titanosaurus according to P. Upchurch et al. 2004

See also Bataller 1960, Bonaparte 1984, Brinkmann 1984, Buffetaut 1992, Casanovas et al. 1987, Casanovas Cladellas 1992, Casanovas-Cladellas et al. 1986, Chatterjee and Rudra 1996, Cope 1878, Depéret 1896, Depéret 1896, Dinca et al. 1971, Dong 1998, Dughi and Sirugue 1976, Gilmore 1922, Ginsburg 1986, Grigorescu 1984, Hoffet 1942, Huene 1927, Huene 1929, Huene and Matley 1933, Hunt et al. 1995, Jacobs et al. 1996, Jain 1989, Jeletzky 1960, Joleaud 1924, Khosla and Sahni 2003, Kohring et al. 1996, Lapparent 1947, Lapparent 1948, Lapparent 1957, Lapparent 1967, Lapparent and Aguirre 1956, Lapparent and Aguirre 1957, Le Loeuff 1993, Le Loeuff 1995, Le Loeuff 1998, Loyal et al. 1996, Lydekker 1877, Lydekker 1879, Lydekker 1880, Lydekker 1883, Lydekker 1885, Lydekker 1887, Lydekker 1887, Lydekker 1888, Malkani 2007, Matley 1921, Matley 1931, McIntosh 1990, Mohabey 1996, Mohabey 2001, Mohabey 2001, Mohabey 2005, Mohabey et al. 2013, Mohabey and Udhoji 1996, Penner 1985, Powell 2003, Prasad and Sahni 1999, Russell et al. 1976, Sahni 1997, Sanz 1984, Steel 1970, Stromer 1932, Swinton 1947, Swinton 1970, Tandon 2001, Tatarinov 1964, Tripathi and Mamgain 1987, Wilson et al. 2009 and Wilson and Upchurch 2003

Sister taxa: Titanosaurus blanfordi, Titanosaurus falloti, Titanosaurus madagascariensis, Titanosaurus nanus, Titanosaurus rahioliensis

Type specimen: BMNH R.5934, a set of postcrania. Its type locality is Bara Simla, Jabalpur, which is in a Maastrichtian terrestrial limestone/claystone in the Lameta Formation of India.

Ecology: ground dwelling herbivore

Distribution:

• Cretaceous of France (1 collection), India (7), Romania (1), Spain (2)

Total: 11 collections each including a single occurrence

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