Alamosaurus sanjuanensis Gilmore 1922 (saltasaurid)

Reptilia - Saurischia - Titanosauridae

Full reference: C. W. Gilmore. 1922. A new sauropod dinosaur from the Ojo Alamo Formation of New Mexico. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections 72(34):1-9

Belongs to Alamosaurus according to M. D'Emic et al. 2011

See also Apesteguía 2005, Apesteguía 2005, Calvo and González Riga 2003, Campos et al. 2005, Casal and Ibiricu 2010, Casal et al. 2007, Casanovas Cladellas 1992, Curry Rogers 2005, D'Emic 2012, Díez Díaz et al. 2012, Gilmore 1922, González Riga et al. 2009, Huene 1927, Huene 1941, Hunt and Lehman 2008, Jasinski et al. 2011, Kellner et al. 2005, Kellner et al. 2006, Kues et al. 1980, Lawson 1976, Lehman 1987, Lopes and Buchmann 2008, Lucas and Hunt 1989, Malkani 2007, Mateer 1976, Mateer 1981, McIntosh 1990, Mocho et al. 2014, Novas 1997, Otero and Reguero 2013, Poropat 2013, Powell 1973, Russell 1930, Ryan 1997, Salgado and Calvo 1997, Salgado et al. 1997, Salgado and García 2002, Sloan 1976, Steel 1970, Stone and Langston 1975, Sullivan et al. 2011, Sullivan and Lucas 2010, Upchurch et al. 2004, Vila et al. 2012, Williamson and Weil 2008 and Wilson 2002

Sister taxa: none

Type specimen: USNM 10486, a set of postcrania. Its type locality is Barrel Springs arroyo (UNM V-143), which is in a Lancian channel sandstone in the Ojo Alamo Formation of New Mexico.

Ecology: ground dwelling herbivore

Distribution:

• Cretaceous of United States (28: New Mexico, Texas, Utah collections)

Total: 28 collections each including a single occurrence

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