Amygdalodon patagonicus Cabrera 1947 (sauropod)

Reptilia - Saurischia

Full reference: A. Cabrera. 1947. Un saurópodo nuevo del Jurásico de Patagonia. Instituto del Museo de la Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Notas del Mueso de La Plata, Paleontología 12(95):1-17

Belongs to Amygdalodon according to A. Otero and M. Reguero 2013

See also Bonaparte 1978, Bonaparte 1979, Bonaparte 1981, Bonaparte 1984, Bonaparte 1986, Cabrera 1947, Cabrera 1948, Carballido and Pol 2010, Casamiquela 1963, Jain et al. 1979, McIntosh 1990, Novas 1997, Saegusa and Tomida 2011, Salgado and Coria 2005, Steel 1970, Swinton 1970, Upchurch et al. 2004 and Wilson 2002

Sister taxa: none

Type specimen: MLP 46-VIII-21-1, a partial skeleton. Its type locality is East Slope, Sierra Pampa de Agnía, which is in a Toarcian/Aalenian terrestrial tuff/claystone in the Cerro Carnerero Formation of Argentina.

Ecology: ground dwelling herbivore

Distribution: found only at East Slope, Sierra Pampa de Agnía

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