Dryosaurus altus Marsh 1878 (bird foot dinosaur)

Reptilia - Neornithischia - Dryosauridae

Alternative combinations: Laosaurus altas, Laosaurus altus

Full reference: O. C. Marsh. 1878. Principal characters of American Jurassic dinosaurs. Part I. American Journal of Science and Arts 16:411-416

Belongs to Dryosaurus according to W. Zheng et al. 2013

See also Avinoff 1940, Bakker et al. 1990, Boulenger 1881, Butler et al. 2008, Carpenter 1994, Chure et al. 2006, Chure et al. 1994, Dieudonné et al. 2016, Galton 1972, Galton 1975, Galton 1980, Galton 1981, Galton 1983, Galton 1989, Galton 2007, Galton and Jensen 1973, Galton and Jensen 1973, Gegenbaur 1898, Gilmore 1925, Hay 1902, Horner et al. 2009, Jurcsak and Popa 1979, Kuhn 1964, Lull 1911, Madzia et al. 2018, Marsh 1878, Marsh 1894, Marsh 1896, Mateus 2006, McDonald et al. 2010, McDonald et al. 2010, McIntosh 1981, Molnar 1980, Nopcsa 1902, Norman 2004, Pereda Suberbiola et al. 2006, Rich et al. 2010, Ruiz-Omeñaca et al. 2007, Ruiz-Omeñaca et al. 2007, Ryan 1997, Sauvage 1880, Scheetz 1991, Stanford et al. 2004, Stokes 1949, Sues and Norman 1990, Swinton 1936, Tatarinov 1964, Weishampel and Heinrich 1992, Weishampel and Weishampel 1983 and Zittel 1890

Sister taxon: Dryosaurus phosphaticus

Type specimen: YPM 1876. Its type locality is Quarry 13, Como Bluff (YPM), which is in a Kimmeridgian/Tithonian crevasse splay sandstone/claystone in the Morrison Formation of Wyoming.

Ecology: ground dwelling herbivore

Distribution:

• Jurassic of United States (9: Colorado, Utah, Wyoming collections)

Total: 9 collections each including a single occurrence

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