|Basic info||Taxonomic history||Classification||Relationships|
|Morphology||Ecology and taphonomy||External Literature Search||Age range and collections|
It was assigned to Euornithopoda by Norman et al. (2004); to Ornithopoda by Agnolin et al. (2010); to Hypsilophodontidae by Galton (1989), Rich and Vickers-Rich (1989), Sues and Norman (1990), Molnar (1991), Rich and Vickers-Rich (1994), Sues (1997) and Alifanov and Saveliev (2014); and to Neornithischia by Madzia et al. (2018).
|Year||Name and author|
|1989||Leaellynasaura Galton p. 218|
|1989||Leaellynasaura Rich and Vickers-Rich p. 20 figs. 3-7|
|1990||Leaellynasaura Sues and Norman p. 500|
|1991||Leaellynasaura Molnar p. 650|
|1994||Leaellynasaura Rich and Vickers-Rich p. 4|
|1997||Leaellynasaura Sues p. 357|
|2004||Leaellynasaura Norman et al. p. 395|
|2010||Leaellynasaura Agnolin et al. pp. 269-270|
|2014||Leaellynasaura Alifanov and Saveliev p. 419|
|2018||Leaellynasaura Madzia et al. p. 973 fig. 4|
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