†unranked clade Eutitanosauria Sanz et al. 1999 (sauropod)

Reptilia - Saurischia

Full reference: J. L. Sanz, J. E. Powell, J. Le Loeuff, R. Martinez, and X. Pereda-Suberbiola. 1999. Sauropod remains from the Upper Cretaceous of Laño (northcentral Spain). Titanosaur phylogenetic relationships. Estudios del Museo de Ciencias Naturales de Alava 14(especial 1):235-255

Parent taxon: Titanosauria according to L. S. Filippi et al. 2024

See also Calvo et al. 2007, Calvo et al. 2007, Carballido et al. 2022, Company et al. 2009, Díez Díaz et al. 2011, Filippi 2015, Filippi et al. 2019, Hechenleitner et al. 2020, Navarro et al. 2022, Powell 2003, Salgado 2003, Sanz et al. 1999 and Suteethorn et al. 2010

Sister taxa: Abdarainurus, Aegyptosaurus, Andesauridae, Andesauroidea, Andesaurus, Argyrosaurinae, Argyrosaurus, Baalsaurus, Balochisauridae, Baotianmansaurus, Barrosasaurus, Borealosaurus, Choconsaurus, Colossosauria, Dgkhansaurus, Dongyangosaurus, Dzharatitanis, Gandititan, Hamititan, Karongasaurus, Laplatasaurus, Lithostrotia, Malakhelisaurus, Malarguesaurus, Mnyamawamtuka, Mongolosaurus, Narambuenatitan, Ninjatitan, Pashtosaurus, Petrobrasaurus, Poripuchia, Pseudomegaloolithus, Rukwatitan, Teratopodus, Tiamat, Titanopodus, Titanosauridae, Titanosaurus, Titanosaurus indicus

Subtaxa: Abditosaurus Argentinosaurus Bonitasaura Dreadnoughtus Inawentu Menucocelsior Patagotitan

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Ecology: ground dwelling herbivore

Distribution:

• Cretaceous of Argentina (8 collections), Spain (1), Uruguay (1)

Total: 10 collections including 11 occurrences

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