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|J. Mo et al. 2006||A large sauropod distinguished from all other taxa in having a combination of the following character states: anterior dorsal ribs non-pneumatic, presence of a prominent, pointed anteroventral process of the ilium, the preacetabular blade strongly expanded dorsoventrally, posterior margin of the ilium notched, and transverse process of the anterior caudal vertebrae dorsoventrally flattened.|