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									Table 2. List of presently recognized taxonomic names erected for British dinosaur (and possible dinosaur) taxa, though without misspellings. Where the genus-level classification of a species remains uncertain we have usually retained the generic name used earliest, even though that allocation is usually incorrect. Subjective junior synonyms are included as separate entries as, though often assumed to be synonymous with better known taxa, it is often not possible to establish this beyond question. Such taxa are here regarded as nomina dubia. Abbreviations: sjs = subjective junior synonym; sss = subjective senior synonym; ojs = objective junior synonym.
Taxon Saltopus elginensis Huene, 1910a Agnosphitys cromhallensis Fraser et al., 2002 Thecospondylus horneri Seeley, 1882b Thecodontosaurus antiquus Morris, 1843 Agrosaurus macgillivrayi Seeley, 1891 Thecodontosaurus caducus Yates, 2003 Gresslyosaurus ingens Rütimeyer, 1856 Current status Provisionally valid Nomen dubium according to Langer (2004) Nomen dubium Valid Nomen dubium Valid Arguably valid Classification Dinosauriformes Dinosauriformes, ?Dinosauria Comments Probable dinosauriform, but not dinosaur. Dinosauriform, and questionably a member of Dinosauria. Of unknown affinities; best regarded as Dinosauria indet. Basal sauropodomorph. Probable sjs of Thecodontosaurus antiquus. Basal sauropodomorph. German species, with referred British fragments probably not belonging to this taxon. Basal sauropod, or nearsauropod. Originally referred to Gresslyosaurus insignis by Huene (1932). As the best known valid species referred to Cetiosaurus, this taxon should be made the type of the genus.

Dinosauria

Sauropodomorpha Sauropodomorpha

Sauropodomorpha Sauropodomorpha, Plateosauria

Camelotia borealis Galton, 1985b

Valid

Sauropodomorpha, ?Sauropoda, Melanorosauridae

Cetiosaurus oxoniensis Phillips, 1871 = Ornithopsis oxoniensis (Phillips, 1871) Seeley, 1889 = Cardiodon oxoniensis (Phillips, 1871) Lydekker, 1890d Cetiosaurus brevis Owen, 1842 = Morosaurus brevis (Owen, 1842) Nicholson & Lydekker, 1889 ‘Cetiosaurus’ glymptonensis Phillips, 1871

Valid

Sauropoda, Cetiosauridae

Questionably valid

Sauropoda, Titanosauriformes

Titanosauriformes indet.

Provisionally valid

Sauropoda, ?Diplodocoidea

Possible diplodocoid. A new taxon which awaits removal from

‘Cetiosaurus’ humerocristatus Hulke, 1874 = Ornithopsis humerocistatus (Hulke, 1874) Lydekker, 1888b = Pelorosaurus humerocistatus (Hulke, 1874) Lydekker, 1890d ‘Cetiosaurus’ longus Owen, 1842 = Cetiosauriscus longus (Owen, 1842) McIntosh, 1990 ‘Cetiosaurus’ medius Owen, 1842 ‘Cetiosaurus’ hypoolithicus Owen, 1842 ‘Cetiosaurus’ epioolithicus Owen, 1842 ‘Cetiosaurus’ giganteus Owen in Huxley, 1870a

Provisionally valid

Sauropoda, Titanosauriformes, ?Brachiosauridae

Cetiosaurus and a new generic name, pending better material. Possibly a new taxon of brachiosaurid, as yet unnamed.

Nomen dubium

Sauropoda

Sauropoda indet.

Nomen dubium Nomen nudum

Sauropoda Sauropoda

Sauropoda indet. Based on elements from Chipping Norton. Based on elements from West Nab, Yorkshire, later incorporated into ‘C.’ longus. Based on a femur from near Bletchingdon Station, mentioned by Owen in a letter. Eusauropoda incertae sedis.

Nomen nudum

Sauropoda

Nomen nudum

Sauropoda

Cardiodon rugulosus Owen, 1844 = Cetiosaurus rugulosus (Owen, 1844) Steel, 1970 ‘Ornithopsis’ leedsii Hulke, 1887 = Cetiosaurus leedsi (Hulke, 1887) Woodward, 1905 = Pelorosaurus leedsi (Hulke, 1887) Lydekker, 1890d Cetiosauriscus stewarti Charig, 1980 ‘Ornithopsis’ manseli Lydekker, 1888b = Ischyrosaurus manseli Hulke vide Lydekker, 1888b Gigantosaurus megalonyx Seeley, 1869 = Pelorosaurus

Provisionally valid

Sauropoda, Eusauropoda

Nomen dubium

Sauropoda, Titanosauriformes, Brachiosauridae

Brachiosaurid indet.

valid

Sauropoda, Mamenchisauridae

Nomen dubium

Sauropoda, Titanosauriformes, Brachiosauridae

Probably a mamenchisaurid, and not a diplodocoid as thought until recently. Brachiosaurid indet.

Nomen dubium

Sauropoda, Diplodocoidea partim

Based on composite material, some of which may be diplodocoid.

megalonyx (Seeley, 1869) Olshevsky, 1991 Bothriospondylus suffossus Owen, 1875

Nomen dubium

Sauropoda

Bothriospondylus robustus Owen, 1875 = Marmarospondylus robustus (Owen, 1875) Owen, 1875 Bothriospondylus elongatus Owen, 1875 Pelorosaurus conybeari (Melville, 1849) Mantell, 1850 = Cetiosaurus conybeari Melville, 1849 ‘Pelorosaurus’ becklesii Mantell, 1852 = Camarasaurus becklesii (Mantell, 1852) = Morosaurus becklesii (Mantell, 1852) Marsh, 1889 Oplosaurus armatus Gervais, 1852 = Hoplosaurus armatus (Gervais, 1852) Lydekker, 1889b = Pelorosaurus armatus (Gervais, 1852) Lydekker, 1889b ‘Pleurocoelus’ valdensis Lydekker, 1889b

Nomen dubium

Sauropoda, ?Macronaria

Regarded variously as an indeterminate sauropod, neosauropod or macronarian. Possibly Macronaria indet.

Nomen dubium Nomen dubium

Sauropoda

Sauropoda, Titanosauriformes

Provisionally valid

Sauropoda, Titanosauriformes, Titanosauria

Used by Seeley (1870) as a syntype for Ornithopsis hulkei. Based on material that almost certainly belonged to same individual as holotype of C. brevis, P. conybeari is ojs of C. brevis. Member of Titanosauria. Clearly not congeneric with P. conybeari.

Provisionally valid

Sauropoda

Of unresolved affinity within Sauropoda.

Questionably valid

Sauropoda, Titanosauriformes, ?Brachiosauridae

Eucamerotus foxi Blows, 1995 Ornithopsis hulkei Seeley. 1870 = Bothriospondylus magnus Owen, 1875 ‘Ornithopsis’ eucamerotus Hulke, 1882a Chondrosteosaurus gigas Owen, 1876 Chondrosteosaurus

Provisionally valid Provisionally valid

Sauropoda, Titanosauriformes, Brachiosauridae Sauropoda, Titanosauriformes

Titanosauriformes indet. A valid brachiosaurid according to RuizOmeñaca & Canudo (2005). Brachiosauridae, though requiring taxonomic revision. Titanosauriformes indet.

Nomen dubium

Sauropoda, Titanosauriformes

Titanosauriformes indet.

Nomen dubium Nomen

Sauropoda, Macronaria Sauropoda

Macronaria indet., possibly a brachiosaurid. Sauropoda indet.

magnus Owen, 1876 Iuticosaurus valdensis (Huene, 1929) Le Loeuff, 1993 = Titanosaurus valdensis Huene, 1929 ‘Titanosaurus’ lydekkeri Huene, 1929 Dinodocus mackesoni (Owen, 1841b) Owen, 1884 = Polyptychodon mackesoni Owen, 1841b = Pelorosaurus mackesoni (Owen, 1841b) McIntosh, 1990 = Pleurocoelus mackesoni (Owen, 1841b) Hunt et al., 1994 Macrurosaurus semnus Seeley, 1876a ‘Zanclodon’ cambrensis Newton, 1899 Sarcosaurus woodi Andrews, 1921 Sarcosaurus andrewsi Huene, 1932 = Magnosaurus woodwardi Huene, 1932 ‘Megalosaurus’ lydekkeri Huene, 1926a = Magnosaurus lydekkeri (Huene, 1926a) Huene, 1932 ‘Megalosaurus’ insignis Eudes-Deslongchamps, 1870 = ‘Aggiosaurus’ insignis (EudesDeslongchamps, 1870) Swinton, 1934 Magnosaurus nethercombensis (Huene, 1923) Huene, 1932 = Megalosaurus nethercombensis Huene, 1923 ‘Megalosaurus’ hesperis Waldman, 1974

dubium Nomen dubium

Sauropoda, Titanosauriformes, Titanosauria

Titanosauria indet.

Nomen dubium Nomen dubium

Sauropoda, Titanosauriformes, Titanosauria Sauropoda, Titanosauriformes

Titanosauria indet.

Titanosauriformes indet.

Nomen dubium Nomen dubium Nomen dubium Nomen dubium

Sauropoda, Titanosauriformes, Titanosauria Theropoda, ?Coelophysoidea Theropoda, Coelophysoidea Theropoda, Coelophysoidea

Titanosauria indet.

Possibly a coelophysoid allied to Liliensternus or Dilophosaurus Coelophysoidea indet. Coelophysoidea indet.

Nomen dubium

Theropoda

Theropoda indet.

Nomen dubium

Theropoda

Theropoda indet.

Provisionally valid

Theropoda, Spinosauroidea, Megalosauridae, Eustreptospondylinae

Possible eustreptospondyline megalosaurid. Suggested by Rauhut (2003a) to be congeneric with Eustreptospondylus oxoniensis. Tetanurae indet. Probably not referable to Megalosaurus.

Provisionally valid

Theropoda, Tetanurae

Megalosaurus bucklandii Ritgen, 1826 = Megalosaurus poikilopleuron Huene, 1923 Iliosuchus incognitus Huene, 1932 = Megalosaurus incognitos (Huene, 1932) Steel, 1970 Streptospondylus cuvieri Owen, 1842 = Megalosaurus cuvieri (Owen, 1842) Huene, 1926a Eustreptospondylus oxoniensis Walker, 1964 = Magnosaurus oxoniensis (Walker, 1964) Rauhut, 2003a Metriacanthosaurus parkeri (Huene, 1923) Walker, 1964 = Megalosaurus parkeri Huene, 1923 Baryonyx walkeri Charig & Milner, 1986

Provisionally valid

Theropoda, Spinosauroidea, Megalosauridae, Megalosaurinae Theropoda

Megalosaurine megalosaurid. Taxonomy and morphology requires revision. Of controversial affinities within Theropoda.

Provisionally valid

Nomen dubium

Theropoda, Tetanurae

British specimens referred to this French taxon should be regarded as Tetanurae indet. Suggested by Rauhut (2003a) to be congeneric with Magnosaurus nethercombensis. Probable sinraptorid.

valid

Theropoda, Spinosauroidea, Megalosauridae, Eustreptospondylinae Theropoda, Carnosauria, Allosauroidea, Sinraptoridae Theropoda, Spinosauroidea, Spinosauridae, Baryonychinae Theropoda, Carnosauria, Allosauroidea, Carcharodontosauridae Theropoda, Carnosauria, Allosauroidea

valid

valid

Well-known baryonychine spinosaurid. Probable basal carcharodontosaurid.

Neovenator salerii Hutt et al., 1996

valid

Becklespinax altispinax (Paul, 1988a) Olshevsky, 1991 = Acrocanthosaurus altispinax Paul, 1988a Valdoraptor oweni (Lydekker, 1889b) Olshevsky, 1991 = Megalosaurus oweni Lydekker, 1889b = Altispinax oweni (Lydekker, 1889b) Huene, 1932 Proceratosaurus bradleyi (Woodward, 1910) Huene, 1926a = Megalosaurus bradleyi Woodward, 1910 Nuthetes destructor Owen, 1854

Provisionally valid

Allosauroid, possibly with affinities to sinraptorids.

valid

Theropoda, Carnosauria, Allosauroidea

Allosauroidea indet.

valid

Theropoda, Coelurosauria

One of the most basal members of Coelurosauria.

valid

Theropoda, Coelurosauria, ?Maniraptora,

Possible dromaeosaurid.

Calamospondylus oweni Fox in Anon., 1866 Aristosuchus pusillus (Owen, 1876) Seeley, 1887a = Poekilopleuron pusillus Owen, 1876 Ornithodesmus cluniculus Seeley, 1887b Calamosaurus foxi (Lydekker, 1889c) Lydekker, 1891 = Calamospondylus foxi Lydekker, 1889c Eotyrannus lengi Hutt et al., 2001 = Fusinasus lengi Hutt, 2002 [nomen nudum] Thecocoelurus daviesi (Seeley, 1888a) Huene, 1923 = Thecospondylus daviesi Seeley, 1888a = Coelurus daviesi (Seeley, 1888a) Lydekker, 1888b Wyleyia valdensis Harrison & Walker, 1973 Enaliornis barretti Seeley, 1876b = Pelagornis barretti Seeley, 1866 [nomen nudum] = Palaeocolymbus barretti Seeley, 1876b [nomen nudum] Enaliornis sedgwicki Seeley, 1876b = Pelagornis sedgwicki Seeley, 1876b Enaliornis seeleyi Galton & Martin, 2002b Echinodon becklesii Owen, 1861b = Saurechinodon Falconer vide Owen, 1861b Scelidosaurus harrisonii Owen, 1861a

Nomen dubium Provisionally valid

?Dromaeosauridae Theropoda, Coelurosauria Theropoda, Coelurosauria, Compsognathidae

Holotype lost, but probably a coelurosaur based on description. Probable compsognathid.

Nomen dubium

Provisionally valid

Theropoda, Coelurosauria, Maniraptora, Dromaeosauridae Theropoda, Coelurosauria, ?Tyrannosauroidea

Probable dromaeosaurid.

Possible basal tyrannosauroid.

valid

Theropoda, Coelurosauria, Tyrannosauroidea Theropoda, Coelurosauria, Maniraptora, Oviraptorosauria

Basal tyrannosauroid.

Nomen dubium

Originally referred to Thecospondylus. Possible member of Oviraptorosauria.

Nomen dubium valid

Theropoda, ?Aves

Possible bird, though this is far from secure. Basal hesperornithine.

Theropoda, Aves, Hesperornithes

valid

Theropoda, Aves, Hesperornithes

Basal hesperornithine.

valid valid

Theropoda, Aves, Hesperornithes Heterodontosauridae

Basal hesperornithine. Youngest reported heterodontosaurid.

valid

Thyreophora, Ankylosauromorpha

Basal ankylosauromorph, but originally a composite incorporating

Sarcolestes leedsi Lydekker, 1893a Cryptosaurus eumerus Seeley, 1869 = Cryptodraco eumerus (Seeley, 1869) Lydekker, 1889a Polacanthus foxii Owen in Anon., 1865b = Euacanthus vectianus Owen in Tennyson, 1897 = Hylaeosaurus foxii (Owen in Anon., 1865b) Vectensia Delair, 1982

Provisionally valid Nomen dubium

Thyreophora, Ankylosauria Thyreophora, Ankylosauria

valid

Thyreophora, Ankylosauria

theropod remains. Ankylosauria incertae sedis. Ankylosauria indet. Erroneously given the replacement named Cryptodraco Lydekker, 1889a. Well-known nodosaurid or polacanthid ankylosaur (depending on favoured phylogeny).

Nomen nudum

Thyreophora, Ankylosauria

Polacanthus becklesi Hennig, 1924 Polacanthoides ponderosus Nopcsa, 1928 Polacanthus rudgwickensis Blows, 1996 Priodontognathus phillipsii (Seeley, 1869) Seeley, 1875b = Iguanodon phillipsii Seeley, 1869 Hylaeosaurus armatus Mantell, 1833 = Hylaeosaurus oweni Mantell, 1844 Anoplosaurus curtonotus Seeley, 1879 Anoplosaurus major Seeley, 1879 Acanthopholis horridus Huxley, 1867 Acanthopholis eucercus Seeley, 1879 Syngonosaurus macrocercus (Seeley, 1869) Seeley, 1879 = Acanthopholis macrocercus Seeley, 1869 Acanthopholis platypus Seeley, 1869

Nomen dubium Nomen dubium Provisionally valid

Thyreophora, Ankylosauria Thyreophora, Ankylosauria Thyreophora, Ankylosauria

Conditional generic name proposed for single osteoderm: probable sjs of Polacanthus foxii. Probable sjs of Polacanthus foxii. Probable sjs of Hylaeosaurus armatus. Nodosaurid or polacanthid ankylosaur (depending on favoured phylogeny). Ankylosauria incertae sedis. Still of unresolved stratigraphic provenance.

Arguably valid

Thyreophora, Ankylosauria

valid

Thyreophora, Ankylosauria

valid Nomen dubium Nomen dubium Nomen dubium Nomen dubium

Thyreophora, Ankylosauria Thyreophora, Ankylosauria Thyreophora, Ankylosauria Thyreophora, Ankylosauria Thyreophora, Ankylosauria

Nodosaurid or polacanthid ankylosaur (depending on favoured phylogeny). Nodosaurid ankylosaur. Based on indeterminate ankylosaur and ornithopod bones. Nodosauridae indet. Ornithopoda indet. (is not based on ankylosaurian material). Holotype composite, incorporating nondiagnostic ankylosaur and ornithopod material.

Nomen dubium

Thyreophora, Ankylosauria

Holotype composite, incorporating non-

Acanthopholis stereocercus Seeley, 1879 Acanthopholis hughesii Pereda Suberbiola & Barrett, 1999

Nomen dubium Nomen nudum

Thyreophora, Ankylosauria Thyreophora, Ankylosauria

Acanthopholis keepingi Pereda Suberbiola & Barrett, 1999

Nomen nudum

Thyreophora, Ankylosauria

Regnosaurus northamptoni Mantell, 1848

Nomen dubium

Thyreophora, Stegosauria

Craterosaurus pottonensis Seeley, 1874 Dacentrurus armatus (Owen, 1875) Lucas, 1902 = Omosaurus armatus Owen, 1875 = Stegosaurus armatus (Owen, 1875) Lydekker, 1890d Dacentrurus hastiger (Owen, 1877) Hennig, 1915 = Omosaurus hastiger Owen, 1877 = Stegosaurus hastiger (Owen. 1877) Lydekker, 1890d = Dacentrurus phillipsii (Seeley, 1893) Hennig, 1915 = Omosaurus phillipsii Seeley, 1893 Lexovisaurus durobrivensis (Hulke, 1887) Hoffstetter, 1957 = Omosaurus durobrivensis Hulke, 1887 = Stegosaurus

Provisionally valid valid

Thyreophora, Stegosauria, Stegosauridae Thyreophora, Stegosauria, Stegosauridae

diagnostic ankylosaur and sauropod material. Based on indeterminate ankylosaur and ornithopod bones. Based on indeterminate ankylosaur, ornithopod and other bones, and reported by Pereda Suberbiola & Barrett (1999) as being used on a museum label. Based on indeterminate ankylosaur, ornithopod and other bones, and reported by Pereda Suberbiola & Barrett (1999) as being used on a museum label. Basal stegosaur apparently similar to Huayangosaurus, but best regarded as Stegosauria indet. Stegosaurid stegosaur, possibly reworked from Weald Clay Group. Basal stegosaurid stegosaur. Originally named Omosaurus, a name preoccupied by Omosaurus Leidy, 1856 (a phytosaur).

Nomen dubium

Thyreophora, Stegosauria, Stegosauridae

Probable sjs of Dacentrurus armatus.

Nomen dubium

Thyreophora, Stegosauria, Stegosauridae

valid

Thyreophora, Stegosauria, Stegosauridae

Often regarded as probable sjs of Dacentrurus armatus, but more likely Stegosauridae indet. Well-known stegosaurid stegosaur.

durobrivensis (Hulke, 1887) Nopcsa, 1911 = Dacentrurus durobrivensis (Hulke, 1877) Hennig, 1915 Lexovisaurus vetustus (Huene, 1910b) Galton et al., 1980 = Omosaurus vetustus Huene, 1910b = Dacentrurus vetustus (Huene. 1910b) Huene, 1910b Dacentrurus leedsi (Seeley in Huene, 1901) Hennig, 1915 = Omosaurus leedsi Seeley in Huene, 1901 Stegosaurus priscus Nopcsa, 1911 Yaverlandia bitholus Galton, 1971c

Nomen dubium

Thyreophora, Stegosauria, Stegosauridae

Possible sjs of Lexovisaurus durobrivensis

Nomen dubium

Thyreophora, Stegosauria, Stegosauridae

Probable sjs of Lexovisaurus durobrivensis

Nomen dubium valid

Thyreophora, Stegosauria, Stegosauridae

Hypsilophodon foxii Huxley, 1869b = Iguanodon foxii (Huxley, 1869b) Owen, 1873 Valdosaurus canaliculatus (Galton, 1975) Galton, 1977 = Dryosaurus canaliculatus Galton, 1975 Valdosaurus dextrapoda Blows, 1998 ‘Camptosaurus’ valdensis Lydekker, 1889a Cetiosaurus brachyurus Owen, 1842 Vectisaurus valdensis Hulke, 1879 Sphenospondylus gracilis Lydekker, 1888a

valid

Ornithopoda

Probable sjs of Lexovisaurus durobrivensis Claimed to be a pachycephalosaur, though removed from this group by some authors. Well-known basal ornithopod.

valid

Ornithopoda, Iguanodontia, Dryosauridae

Dryosaurus-like dryosaurid.

Nomen nudum

Ornithopoda, Iguanodontia, Dryosauridae Ornithopoda, Iguanodontia, Dryosauridae Ornithopoda, Iguanodontia Ornithopoda, Iguanodontia Ornithopoda, Iguanodontia

Nomen dubium Nomen dubium Nomen dubium Nomen dubium

Named for undescribed specimen, probably a sjs of Valdosaurus canaliculatus. Possible sss of Valdosaurus canaliculatus. Probable sss of Iguanodon atherfieldensis. Probable sss of Iguanodon atherfieldensis. Probable sss of Iguanodon atherfieldensis. Renamed I. gracilis by Steel

Callovosaurus leedsi (Lydekker, 1889a) Galton, 1980c = Camptosaurus leedsi Lydekker, 1889a Camptosaurus hoggii (Owen, 1874) Norman & Barrett, 2002 = Iguanodon hoggii Owen, 1874 Cumnoria prestwichii (Hulke, 1880a) Seeley, 1888b = Iguanodon prestwichii Hulke, 1880a = Camptosaurus prestwichi (Hulke, 1880a) Lydekker, 1889a Eucercosaurus tanyspondylus Seeley, 1879 Iguanodon anglicus Holl, 1829 = Iguanodon mantelli Meyer, 1832 Iguanodon dawsoni Lydekker, 1888a

Nomen dubium

Ornithopoda, Iguanodontia

(1969). Iguanodontia indet.

Provisionally valid

Ornithopoda, Iguanodontia

Originally referred to Iguanodon.

Provisionally valid

Ornithopoda, Iguanodontia, Camptosauridae

Originally referred to Iguanodon. Provisionally retained as a distinct genus.

Nomen dubium Nomen dubium

Ornithopoda, Iguanodontia Ornithopoda, Iguanodontia

Iguanodontia indet.

Iguanodontia indet.

Provisionally valid

Ornithopoda, Iguanodontia

Iguanodon fittoni Lydekker, 1889d

Provisionally valid

Ornithopoda, Iguanodontia

Iguanodon hollingtoniensis Lydekker, 1889d Iguanodon atherfieldensis Hooley, 1925 Iguanodon bernissartensis Boulenger, 1881 Iguanodon seelyi Hulke, 1882b Iguanodon major (Owen, 1842) Delair, 1966 = Streptospondylus major Owen, 1842 ‘Iguanodon’ hillii Newton, 1892

Ornithopoda, Iguanodontia valid Ornithopoda, Iguanodontia

Probably not congeneric with I. bernissartensis and thus deserving of a new generic name. Probably not congeneric with I. bernissartensis and thus deserving of a new generic name. Probable sjs of I. fittoni.

valid

Ornithopoda, Iguanodontia

Nomen dubium Nomen dubium

Ornithopoda, Iguanodontia Ornithopoda, Iguanodontia

Probably not congeneric with I. bernissartensis and thus deserving of a new generic name. Made the type species of Iguanodon in view of inadequate nature of I. anglicus. Probable sjs of I. bernissartensis. Renaming of Streptospondylus major Owen, 1842. Probable sjs of I. bernissartensis. Based on single tooth; possible member of Hadrosauridae.

Nomen dubium

Ornithopoda, Iguanodontia, ?Hadrosauridae

‘Trachodon’ cantabrigiensis Lydekker, 1888a = Telmatosaurus cantabrigiensis (Lydekker, 1888a) Olshevsky, 1978

Nomen dubium

Ornithopoda, Iguanodontia, ?Hadrosauridae

Based on single tooth; possible member of Hadrosauridae.


								
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