Alternative combination: Eolambia caroljonesi
Full reference: J. I. Kirkland. 1998. A new hadrosaurid from the upper Cedar Mountain Formation (Albian-Cenomanian: Cretaceous) of eastern Utah - the oldest known hadrosaurid (lambeosaurine?). Lower and Middle Cretaceous Terrestrial Ecosystems, S. G. Lucas, J. I. Kirkland & J. W. Estep (eds.). New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin 14:283-295
See also Barrick et al. 2007, Carpenter and Ishida 2010, Cruzado-Caballero and Powell 2017, Garrison et al. 2007, Gilpin et al. 2007, Godefroit et al. 2003, Head 2001, Juárez Valieri et al. 2011, Kirkland 1998, Kirkland 2013, Lockley 2001, Lund and Gates 2006, McDonald et al. 2010, McDonald et al. 2010, McDonald et al. 2006, McDonald et al. 2010, Norman 2004, Ohashi et al. 2015, Prieto-Márquez 2010, Prieto-Márquez 2011, Prieto-Márquez et al. 2016, Prieto-Marquez and Salinas 2010, Prieto-Márquez and Wagner 2010, Ramírez-Velasco et al. 2012, Saegusa et al. 2010, Tan et al. 2015, Tsogtbaatar et al. 2014, Verdú et al. 2015 and Wang et al. 2011
Sister taxa: none
Type specimen: CEUM 9758, a partial skeleton. Its type locality is Carol Jones Quarry (CEU), which is in an Albian terrestrial mudstone/sandstone in the Cedar Mountain Formation of Utah.
Ecology: ground dwelling herbivore
• Cretaceous of United States (7: Utah collections)
Total: 7 collections each including a single occurrence
Specimen images are retrieved through the ePANDDA API.
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