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It was assigned to Nemegtosauridae by Buffetaut et al. (2007); to Titanosauriformes by Wilson (2002) and Wilson and Upchurch (2009); to Titanosauria by Allain et al. (1999), Wilson and Upchurch (2003), Upchurch et al. (2004), Zaher et al. (2011) and Mannion and Calvo (2011); to Euhelopodidae by D'Emic (2012); and to Somphospondyli by Suteethorn et al. (2010) and Mannion et al. (2013).
|Year||Name and author|
|1999||Tangvayosaurus Allain et al. p. 611|
|2002||Tangvayosaurus Wilson p. 249|
|2003||Tangvayosaurus Wilson and Upchurch p. 148|
|2004||Tangvayosaurus Upchurch et al. p. 268|
|2007||Tangvayosaurus Buffetaut et al. p. 342|
|2009||Tangvayosaurus Wilson and Upchurch|
|2010||Tangvayosaurus Suteethorn et al.|
|2011||Tangvayosaurus Mannion and Calvo|
|2011||Tangvayosaurus Zaher et al. p. 8 fig. 7|
|2013||Tangvayosaurus Mannion et al.|
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