|Basic info||Taxonomic history||Classification||Relationships|
|Morphology||Ecology and taphonomy||External Literature Search||Age range and collections|
It was assigned to Sauropoda by Yates and Kitching (2003), Galton et al. (2005) and Moser et al. (2006); to Sauropoda by Upchurch et al. (2007), Smith and Pol (2007), Allain and Aquesbi (2008), Bandyopadhyay et al. (2010), Apaldetti et al. (2011) and Otero and Pol (2013); and to Sauropodiformes by McPhee et al. (2015).
|Year||Name and author|
|2003||Antetonitrus Yates and Kitching pp. 1753-4 figs. 2-3|
|2005||Antetonitrus Galton et al. p. 2|
|2006||Antetonitrus Moser et al. p. 44|
|2007||Antetonitrus Smith and Pol p. 668 fig. 7|
|2007||Antetonitrus Upchurch et al. p. 62 fig. 3|
|2008||Antetonitrus Allain and Aquesbi p. 403|
|2010||Antetonitrus Bandyopadhyay et al. pp. 562-563 fig. 17|
|2011||Antetonitrus Apaldetti et al. p. 16 fig. 13|
|2013||Antetonitrus Otero and Pol|
|2015||Antetonitrus McPhee et al. p. 19 fig. 12|
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