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|Morphology||Ecology and taphonomy||External Literature Search||Age range and collections|
It was assigned to Iguanodontia by Kobayashi and Azuma (2003) and Currie and Azuma (2006); to Iguanodontidae by Dong (2008); to Hadrosauroidea by Prieto-Márquez (2010); to Styracosterna by McDonald et al. (2010); to Iguanodontoidea by Norman (2004) and Amiot et al. (2010); to Hadrosauroidea by Ramírez-Velasco et al. (2012); and to Iguanodontia by Sanz et al. (2014).
|Year||Name and author|
|2003||Fukuisaurus Kobayashi and Azuma p. 166|
|2004||Fukuisaurus Norman p. 415|
|2006||Fukuisaurus Currie and Azuma p. 173|
|2008||Fukuisaurus Dong p. 8|
|2010||Fukuisaurus Amiot et al. p. 354|
|2010||Fukuisaurus McDonald et al. p. 808 fig. 10|
|2010||Fukuisaurus Prieto-Márquez p. 5 fig. 2|
|2012||Fukuisaurus Ramírez-Velasco et al. p. 392|
|2014||Fukuisaurus Sanz et al. p. 75|
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|Y. Kobayashi and Y. Azuma 2003||Non-hadrosaurid iguanodontian differing in having the following combination of characters: narrow rostrum with posteriorly restricted primary palate, shallow maxilla with twenty alveoli, strong articular surface with the vomer associated with horizontal ridges and grooves in anterior fourth of the medial surface of the maxilla, a foramen on the lateral surface of the anterior process of the jugal, straight posterior border of the posterior process of the jugal with a squared posteroventral corner in lateral view, deep dentary with nineteen alveoli and a short coronoid process, anteroventrally projecting process extending from the anterior edge of the glenoid of the surangular, and straight lateral border of the sternal plate.|