J. R. Foster and J. E. Peterson 2016

Full reference
J. R. Foster and J. E. Peterson. 2016. First report of Apatosaurus (Diplodocidae: Apatosaurinae) from the Cleveland-Lloyd Quarry in the Upper Jurassic Morrison Formation of Utah: abundance, distribution, paleoecology, and taphonomy of an endemic North American sauropod clade. Palaeoworld 25:431-443 [M. Carrano/M. Carrano]
Metadata
ID number:  69484
Created:  2019-07-19 15:27:03
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated without evidence
Language:  English
DOI:  10.1016/j.palwor.2015.11.006
Taxonomic opinions (8) - view classification
'Allosaurus fragilis belongs to Allosaurus' according to J. R. Foster and J. E. Peterson 2016
'Apatosaurus ajax belongs to Apatosaurus' according to J. R. Foster and J. E. Peterson 2016
'Apatosaurus louisae belongs to Apatosaurus' according to J. R. Foster and J. E. Peterson 2016
'Apatosaurus yahnahpin is recombined as Brontosaurus yahnahpin' according to J. R. Foster and J. E. Peterson 2016
'Apatosaurus belongs to Apatosaurinae' according to J. R. Foster and J. E. Peterson 2016
'Brontosaurus excelsus belongs to Brontosaurus' according to J. R. Foster and J. E. Peterson 2016
'Brontosaurus belongs to Apatosaurinae' according to J. R. Foster and J. E. Peterson 2016
'Elosaurus parvus is recombined as Brontosaurus parvus' according to J. R. Foster and J. E. Peterson 2016