Bactrosaurus johnsoni Gilmore 1933 (bird foot dinosaur)

Reptilia - Neornithischia

Alternative combination: Bactrosaurus johsoni

Full reference: C. W. Gilmore. 1933. On the dinosaurian fauna of the Iren Dabasu Formation. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 68(2-3):23-78

Belongs to Bactrosaurus according to P. Cruzado-Caballero et al. 2013

See also Brett-Surman 1979, Brinkmann 1984, Casanovas et al. 1999, Chao 1980, Chow 1951, Cruzado-Caballero and Powell 2017, Currie and Eberth 1993, Dalla Vecchia 2014, Dong 1992, Gilmore 1933, Gilpin et al. 2007, Godefroit et al. 2004, Godefroit et al. 2012, Godefroit et al. 1998, Godefroit et al. 2008, Godefroit and Motchurova-Dekova 2010, Horner et al. 2004, Juárez Valieri et al. 2011, Kim et al. 2009, Kuhn 1964, Langston 1960, Li et al. 1986, Lund and Gates 2006, Maryanska and Osmólska 1981, Matsukawa and Obata 1994, McDonald et al. 2010, McDonald et al. 2010, Ohashi et al. 2015, Paul 2007, Pereda-Suberbiola et al. 2009, Prieto-Márques et al. 2006, Prieto-Márquez 2010, Prieto-Marquez 2010, Prieto-Márquez 2011, Prieto-Márquez 2011, Prieto-Márquez 2012, Prieto-Márquez and Gutarra 2016, Prieto-Marquez and Salinas 2010, Prieto-Márquez and Wagner 2010, Ramírez-Velasco et al. 2012, Riabinin 1939, Rozhdestvensky 1965, Rozhdestvensky 1974, Rozhdestvensky 1977, Tan et al. 2015, Tatarinov 1964, Tsogtbaatar et al. 2014, Wang et al. 2011, Weishampel et al. 1991, Weishampel and Horner 1990, Weishampel and Weishampel 1983, Young 1935, Young 1944, Young 1958, Young 1958, Yu and Qi 1986, Zhao 1986 and Zheng et al. 2013

Sister taxon: Bactrosaurus prynadai

Type specimen: AMNH 6553, a partial skeleton. Its type locality is Johnson Quarry, Iren Dabasu, which is in a Campanian/Campanian fluvial-lacustrine horizon in the Iren Dabasu Formation of China.

Ecology: ground dwelling herbivore

Distribution:

• Cretaceous of China (3 collections)

Total: 3 collections including 4 occurrences

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