Struthiomimus altus Lambe 1902 (ornithomimosaur)

Reptilia - Avetheropoda

Alternative combination: Ornithomimus altus

Full reference: L. M. Lambe. 1902. New genera and species from the Belly River Series (mid-Cretaceous). Geological Survey of Canada Contributions to Canadian Palaeontology 3(2):25-81

Belongs to Struthiomimus according to P. J. Makovicky et al. 2004

See also Abel 1924, Baird and Horner 1979, Brown 1907, Brown 1914, Buffetaut et al. 2009, Chinzorig et al. 2017, Claessens and Loewen 2016, Coulton 1976, Currie 1987, Currie 1992, Currie 2000, Currie 2005, DeCourten and Russell 1985, Drake 1980, Eberth 1997, Eberth et al. 2001, Gauthier 1986, Gilmore 1921, Huene 1923, Huene 1927, Huene 1934, Huene 1934, Hunt and Quinn 2018, Hurum 2001, Kobayashi and Barsbold 2005, Kobayashi and Barsbold 2006, Lambe 1902, Lambe 1903, Lambe 1904, Lambe 1904, Lambe 1905, Lambe 1905, Lambe 1914, Lambe 1915, Longrich 2008, Lowe 1935, Mader and Bradley 1989, Makovicky and Norell 1998, Molnar 1980, Molnar and Pledge 1980, Moodie 1917, Nicholls and Russell 1981, Osborn 1916, Osmólska 1997, Osmólska et al. 1972, Paul 1988, Pérez-Moreno et al. 1994, Pérez-Moreno and Sanz 1995, Rauhut 2003, Russell 1930, Russell 1964, Russell 1966, Russell 1972, Senter et al. 2004, Serrano-Brañas et al. 2016, Sloan 1976, Steel 1970, Stromer 1931, Stromer 1934, Stromer 1934, Tatarinov 1964, Turner et al. 2007, Van Straelen 1928, White et al. 2015, Xu et al. 2011 and Young 1935

Sister taxa: none

Type specimen: NMC 930, a partial skeleton. Its type locality is below Berry Creek, Steveville (NMC), which is in a Campanian/Campanian terrestrial horizon in the Oldman Formation of Canada.

Ecology: ground dwelling herbivore-omnivore

Average measurements (in mm): femur circumference 112.1, fibula circumference 40.0, tibia circumference 90.0

Distribution:

• Cretaceous of Canada (11: Alberta collections), United States (3: New Mexico)

Total: 14 collections each including a single occurrence

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