Piatnitzkysaurus floresi Bonaparte 1979 (tetanuran)

Reptilia - Saurischia - Piatnitzkysauridae

Alternative combination: Piatnitzkysaurus floresti

Full reference: J. F. Bonaparte. 1979. Dinosaurs: a Jurassic assemblage from Patagonia. Science 205:1377-1378

Belongs to Piatnitzkysaurus according to M. T. Carrano et al. 2012

See also Bever and Norell 2009, Bonaparte 1979, Bonaparte 1979, Bonaparte 1981, Bonaparte 1984, Bonaparte 1986, Delsate and Ezcurra 2014, Foster and Chure 2000, Gómez-Fernández et al. 2007, Holtz et al. 2004, Juárez Valieri et al. 2007, Malkani 2006, Martínez and Novas 2006, Molnar et al. 1996, Molnar et al. 1981, Molnar et al. 1990, Novas 1996, Novas 1997, Osmólska 1996, Paul 1988, Rauhut 2003, Rauhut 2007, Wu et al. 2009 and Yates 2005

Sister taxa: none

Type specimen: PVL 4073, a partial skeleton. Its type locality is 1 km east of Cerro Cóndor, which is in a Callovian fluvial-lacustrine tuff in the Cañadón Asfalto Formation of Argentina.

Ecology: ground dwelling carnivore

Distribution: found only at 1 km east of Cerro Cóndor

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