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published (in chronological order) is the senior synonym, and all other instances are junior synonyms. Senior synonyms are generally used, except by special decision of the ICZN (see Tyrannosaurus), but junior synonyms cannot be used again, even if deprecated. Junior synonymy is often subjective, unless the genera described were both based on the same type specimen. Nomen nudum (Latin for "naked name"): A name that has appeared in print but has not yet been formally published by the standards of the ICZN. Nomina nuda (the plural form) are invalid, and are therefore not italicized as a proper generic name would be. If the name is later formally published, that name is no longer a nomen nudum and will be italicized on this list. Often, the formally published name will differ from any nomina nuda that describe the same specimen. Nomen oblitum (Latin for "forgotten name"): A name that has not been used in the scientific community for more than fifty years after its original proposal. : A name that is formally published, but which has already been used for another taxon. This second use is invalid (as are all subsequent uses) and the name must be replaced. As preoccupied names are not valid generic names, they will also go unitalicized on this list. Nomen dubium (Latin for "dubious name"): A name describing a fossil with no unique diagnostic features. As this can be an extremely subjective and controversial designation (see Hadrosaurus), this term is not used on this list.

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Mounted skeletons of Tyrannosaurus (left) and Apatosaurus (right) at the AMNH. This list of dinosaurs is a comprehensive listing of all genera that have ever been included in the superorder Dinosauria, excluding class Aves (birds, both living and those known only from fossils) and purely vernacular terms. The list includes all commonly accepted genera, but also genera that are now considered invalid, doubtful (nomen dubium), or were not formally published (nomen nudum), as well as junior synonyms of more established names, and genera that are no longer considered dinosaurs. Many listed dinosaurs have since been reclassified as everything from birds to crocodilians to petrified wood. The list contains 1235 names, of which approximately 831 are considered either valid dinosaur genera or nomina dubia.

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Scope and terminology
There is no official, canonical list of dinosaur genera. The closest is the Dinosaur Genera List, compiled by biological nomenclature expert George Olshevsky, which was first published online in 1995 and is regularly updated. The most authoritative general source in the field is the second (2004) edition of The Dinosauria. The vast majority of citations are based on Olshevsky’s list, and all subjective determinations (such as junior synonymy or non-dinosaurian status) are based on The Dinosauria, except where they conflict with primary literature. These exceptions are noted. Naming conventions and terminology follow the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature. Technical terms used include: • : A name which describes the same taxon as a previously published name. If two or more genera are formally designated and the type specimens are later assigned to the same genus, the first to be

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Abelisaurus skull.

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• Aachenosaurus — actually a piece of petrified wood • "Abdallahsaurus" — nomen nudum, probably Brachiosaurus or Giraffatitan • Abelisaurus • Abrictosaurus • Abrosaurus • Acanthopholis • Achelosaurus[1] — misspelling of Achelousaurus • Achelousaurus • Achillesaurus • Achillobator • "Acracanthus" — original invalid name of Acrocanthosaurus • Acrocanthosaurus • Actiosaurus — probably an ichthyosaur • Adamantisaurus • Adasaurus • Adeopapposaurus • Aegyptosaurus • Aeolosaurus • Aepisaurus • Aerosteon • Aetonyx — possible junior synonym of Massospondylus • Afrovenator • Agathaumas • Aggiosaurus — actually a metriorhynchid crocodilian • Agilisaurus • Agnosphitys • Agrosaurus — probably a junior synonym of Thecodontosaurus • Agujaceratops • Agustinia • "Airakoraptor" — nomen nudum • Alamosaurus • "Alashansaurus" — nomen nudum • Alaskacephale • Albertaceratops • Albertonykus • Albertosaurus • Albisaurus — a non-dinosaurian reptile • Alectrosaurus • Aletopelta • Algoasaurus • Alioramus • Aliwalia — junior synonym of Eucnemesaurus • Allosaurus • Alocodon • Altirhinus • Altispinax • Alvarezsaurus — possibly a bird • Alwalkeria • Alxasaurus • Amargasaurus • Amargatitanis • Amazonsaurus • Ammosaurus

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Replica of an Allosaurus skeleton. • Ampelosaurus • Amphicoelias • "Amphicoelicaudia" — nomen nudum; possibly Huabeisaurus • "Amphisaurus" — preoccupied name, now known as Anchisaurus • Amtosaurus — possibly Talarurus • Amurosaurus • Amygdalodon • Anabisetia • Anasazisaurus • Anatosaurus — junior synonym of Edmontosaurus • Anatotitan • Anchiceratops • Anchiornis • Anchisaurus • Andesaurus • Angaturama — probable junior synonym of Irritator • "Angloposeidon"[2][3] — nomen nudum • Aniksosaurus • Animantarx • Ankistrodon — actually a proterosuchid archosauriform • Ankylosaurus • Anodontosaurus — junior synonym of Euoplocephalus or Dyoplosaurus • Anoplosaurus • Anserimimus • Antarctopelta • Antarctosaurus • Antetonitrus • Anthodon — actually a pareiasaur • Antrodemus — possibly a junior synonym of Allosaurus • Apatodon — possibly a junior synonym of Allosaurus • Apatosaurus — popularly known as Brontosaurus • Appalachiosaurus • Aragosaurus • Aralosaurus • "Araucanoraptor" — nomen nudum; Neuquenraptor • Archaeoceratops

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Artist’s restoration of a trio of Aucasaurus. • • • • • • • • • • • Australodocus Austroraptor Austrosaurus Avaceratops "Avalonia" — preoccupied name, now known as Avalonianus Avalonianus — actually a non-dinosaurian archosaur Aviatyrannis Avimimus Avipes — probably a non-dinosaurian dinosauromorph Avisaurus — actually an enantiornithine bird Azendohsaurus — possibly a non-dinosaurian reptile

Model of Archaeopteryx. • Archaeodontosaurus • Archaeopteryx — actually a bird (by definition) • "Archaeoraptor" — now known as the bird Yanornis and the dromaeosaur Microraptor • Archaeornis — junior synonym of the bird Archaeopteryx • Archaeornithoides • Archaeornithomimus • Archaeovolans — junior synonym of the bird Yanornis • Arctosaurus — actually some sort of non-dinosaurian reptile • Argentinosaurus • Argyrosaurus • Aristosaurus — junior synonym of Massospondylus • Aristosuchus • Arizonasaurus — actually a rauisuchian • "Arkanosaurus" — variant spelling of "Arkansaurus" • "Arkansaurus" — nomen nudum • Arrhinoceratops • Arstanosaurus • Asiaceratops • Asiamericana • Asiatosaurus • Astrodon • Astrodonius — junior synonym of Astrodon • Astrodontaurus — junior synonym of Astrodon • Asylosaurus • Atlantosaurus — possible junior synonym of Apatosaurus or Camarasaurus • Atlasaurus • Atlascopcosaurus • Atrociraptor • Aublysodon • Aucasaurus • "Augustia" — preoccupied name, now known as Agustinia • Auroraceratops

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• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Bactrosaurus Bagaceratops Bagaraatan Bahariasaurus Bainoceratops "Bakesaurus" — nomen nudum Balochisaurus Bambiraptor Baotianmansaurus[4] Barapasaurus Barosaurus Barsboldia Baryonyx "Bashunosaurus" — nomen nudum Basutodon — actually a non-dinosaurian archosaur Bathygnathus — actually a pelycosaur Baurutitan "Bayosaurus" — nomen nudum Becklespinax "Beelemodon" — nomen nudum Beipiaosaurus Beishanlong [5] Bellusaurus Belodon — actually a phytosaur

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• • • • • • • • • • • • • Berberosaurus Betasuchus Bienosaurus Bihariosaurus "Bilbeyhallorum" — nomen nudum; Cedarpelta Bissektipelta "Blancocerosaurus" — nomen nudum, probably Brachiosaurus or Giraffatitan Blikanasaurus Bonatitan Bonitasaura Borealosaurus Borogovia Bothriospondylus Camarasaurus skull.

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Sketch of two Brachiosaurus. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Brachiosaurus Brachyceratops Brachylophosaurus Brachypodosaurus Brachyrophus — junior synonym of Camptosaurus Brachytaenius — actually some sort of nondinosaurian reptile, possibly the same as Dakosaurus Brachytrachelopan Bradycneme Brasileosaurus — actually a non-dinosaurian archosaur Breviceratops Brohisaurus "Brontoraptor" — nomen nudum Brontosaurus — junior synonym of Apatosaurus Bruhathkayosaurus Bugenasaura Buitreraptor "Byranjaffia" — nomen nudum; Byronosaurus Byronosaurus

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• Caenagnathasia • Caenagnathus — probable junior synonym of Chirostenotes • Calamosaurus • Calamospondylus (Fox, 1866)

• "Calamospondylus" (Lydekker, 1889) — preoccupied name, now known as Calamosaurus • Callovosaurus • Camarasaurus • Camelotia • Camposaurus • "Camptonotus" — preoccupied name, now known as Camptosaurus • Camptosaurus • "Campylodon" — preoccupied name, now known as Campylodoniscus • Campylodoniscus • "Capitalsaurus" — nomen nudum • Carcharodontosaurus • Cardiodon • "Carnosaurus" — nomen nudum, probably a typographical error for "carnosaur" • Carnotaurus • Caseosaurus • Cathartesaura • Cathetosaurus — junior synonym of Camarasaurus • Caudipteryx • Caudocoelus — junior synonym of Teinurosaurus • Caulodon — junior synonym of Camarasaurus • Cedarosaurus • Cedarpelta • Cedrorestes • Centemodon — actually a phytosaur • Centrosaurus • Cerasinops • Ceratonykus • Ceratops • Ceratosaurus • Cetiosauriscus • Cetiosaurus • Changchunsaurus • "Changdusaurus"[6] — nomen nudum

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• Coelophysis • "Coelosaurus" — preoccupied name, now known as Ornithomimus and Archaeornithomimus. • Coeluroides • Coelurosauravus — actually a prolacertiform archosauromorph • "Coelurosaurus" — nomen nudum, probably a typographical error for "coelurosaur" • Coelurus • Colepiocephale • Colonosaurus — junior synonym of the bird Ichthyornis dispar • "Coloradia" — preoccupied name, now known as Coloradisaurus • Coloradisaurus • "Colossosaurus" — nomen nudum; Pelorosaurus • "Comanchesaurus"[8] — nomen nudum • Compsognathus • Compsosuchus • Conchoraptor • Condorraptor

Obsolete drawing of Ceratosaurus. • "Changtusaurus" — variant spelling of "Changdusaurus" • Chaoyangosaurus[6] — misspelling of Chaoyangsaurus • Chaoyangsaurus • Charonosaurus • Chasmosaurus • Chassternbergia — junior synonym of Edmontonia • Chebsaurus • Cheneosaurus — junior synonym of Hypacrosaurus • Chialingosaurus • Chiayusaurus • Chienkosaurus — actually a chimera of crocodilian and theropod (Szechuanosaurus) remains • "Chihuahuasaurus" — nomen nudum; Sonorasaurus • Chilantaisaurus • Chindesaurus • Chingkankousaurus • Chinshakiangosaurus • Chirostenotes • Chondrosteosaurus • Chondrosteus[7] — misspelling of Chondrosteosaurus • Chuandongocoelurus • Chuanjiesaurus • Chubutisaurus • Chungkingosaurus • "Cinizasaurus"[8] — nomen nudum • Cionodon • Citipati • Cladeiodon — actually a non-dinosaurian archosaur (Teratosaurus) • Claorhynchus — possibly Triceratops • Claosaurus • Clarencea — actually a sphenosuchian (Sphenosuchus) • Clasmodosaurus • Clepsysaurus — actually a non-dinosaurian archosaur, except for C. fraserianus, which is part of the taxonomy of Palaeosaurus • "Clevelanotyrannus"[6] — nomen nudum; Nanotyrannus

Drawing of the movement of a Corythosaurus. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Corythosaurus Craspedodon Crataeomus — junior synonym of Struthiosaurus Craterosaurus Creosaurus — junior synonym of Allosaurus Crichtonsaurus Cristatusaurus Crosbysaurus — actually a non-dinosaurian archosauriform Cryolophosaurus Cryptodraco — junior synonym (unneeded replacement name) of Cryptosaurus "Cryptoraptor"[8] — nomen nudum Cryptosaurus Cryptovolans Cumnoria — junior synonym of Camptosaurus "Cylindricodon" — preoccupied name, now known as Hylaeosaurus Cystosaurus — actually a crocodilian which through a typographical error was confused with Cryptosaurus

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• • • • • Dracopelta Dracorex Dracovenator Dravidosaurus — actually a plesiosaurian Drinker

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• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Daanosaurus Dacentrurus "Dachongosaurus" — nomen nudum "Dachungosaurus"[6] — variant spelling of "Dachongosaurus" Dakosaurus — actually a metriorhynchid crocodilian Dakotadon "Damalasaurus" — nomen nudum Dandakosaurus Danubiosaurus — junior synonym of Struthiosaurus "Daptosaurus" — nomen nudum; early manuscript name for Deinonychus Dashanpusaurus Daspletosaurus Dasygnathoides — actually a non-dinosaurian archosaur, junior synonym of Ornithosuchus "Dasygnathus" — preoccupied name, now known as Dasygnathoides Datousaurus Daxiatitan[9] Deinocheirus Deinodon — possibly Gorgosaurus Deinonychus Deltadromeus Denversaurus — junior synonym of Edmontonia Deuterosaurus — actually a therapsid Dianchungosaurus — actually a crocodilian "Diceratops" — preoccupied name, now known as Nedoceratops[10] Diceratus[11] — junior synonym of Nedoceratops[10] Diclonius Dicraeosaurus Didanodon — possibly a junior synonym of Lambeosaurus Dilong Dilophosaurus Dimodosaurus — junior synonym of Plateosaurus Dinheirosaurus Dinodocus "Dinosaurus" — preoccupied name, now known as Gresslyosaurus Dinotyrannus — junior synonym of Tyrannosaurus Diplodocus Diplotomodon Diracodon — junior synonym of Stegosaurus Dolichosuchus Dollodon "Domeykosaurus" — nomen nudum Dongbeititan Dongyangosaurus Doratodon — actually a crocodilian Doryphorosaurus — junior synonym (unneeded replacement name) of Kentrosaurus Draconyx

The painting Laelaps by Charles Knight, depicting two Dryptosaurus fighting. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Dromaeosauroides Dromaeosaurus Dromiceiomimus Dromicosaurus — junior synonym of Massospondylus Dryosaurus Dryptosauroides Dryptosaurus Dubreuillosaurus Duriavenator Dynamosaurus — junior synonym of Tyrannosaurus Dyoplosaurus Dysalotosaurus — junior synonym of Dryosaurus Dysganus Dyslocosaurus Dystrophaeus Dystylosaurus — junior synonym of Supersaurus

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Edmontosaurus skull. • • • • Echinodon Edmarka Edmontonia Edmontosaurus

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• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Efraasia Einiosaurus Ekrixinatosaurus Elachistosuchus — a rhynchocephalian Elaphrosaurus Elmisaurus Elopteryx Elosaurus — junior synonym of Apatosaurus "Elvisaurus" — nomen nudum; Cryolophosaurus Emausaurus Embasaurus Empaterias — misspelling of Epanterias Enigmosaurus Eobrontosaurus Eocarcharia [12] Eoceratops — junior synonym of Chasmosaurus Eocursor "Eohadrosaurus" — nomen nudum; Eolambia Eolambia Eolosaurus[6] — junior synonym of Aeolosaurus Eomamenchisaurus[13] Eoraptor Eotriceratops Eotyrannus Epachthosaurus Epanterias — may be Allosaurus "Ephoenosaurus" — nomen nudum; Machimosaurus (a crocodilian) Epicampodon — actually a proterosuchid archisauriform Epidendrosaurus Epidexipteryx Equijubus Erectopus Erketu Erliansaurus Erlicosaurus — misspelling of Erlikosaurus Erlikosaurus Eshanosaurus "Euacanthus"[6] — nomen nudum; junior synonym of Polacanthus Eucamerotus Eucentrosaurus — junior synonym (unneeded replacement name) of Centrosaurus Eucercosaurus — possibly Anoplosaurus Eucnemesaurus Eucoelophysis — actually a non-dinosaurian dinosauromorph "Eugongbusaurus" — nomen nudum Euhelopus Euoplocephalus Eupodosaurus — a nothosaur synonymous with Lariosaurus "Eureodon"[6] — nomen nudum; Tenontosaurus Eurolimnornis — possibly a bird Euronychodon • Europasaurus • Euskelosaurus • Eustreptospondylus

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• • • • • • • Fabrosaurus — possibly Lesothosaurus Falcarius "Fenestrosaurus"[6] — nomen nudum; Oviraptor Ferganasaurus Ferganosaurus[14] — misspelling of Ferganasaurus Ferganocephale Frenguellisaurus — junior synonym of Herrerasaurus

Life restoration of Fukuiraptor. • • • • • • • Fukuiraptor Fukuisaurus Fulengia Fulgurotherium "Fusinasus" — nomen nudum; Eotyrannus Fusuisaurus "Futabasaurus" — nomen nudum now identified as a plesiosaur • Futalognkosaurus • "Futalongkosaurus" — variant spelling of Futalognkosaurus

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• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • "Gadolosaurus" — nomen nudum Galesaurus — actually a therapsid Gallimimus Galtonia — actually a pseudosuchian; possibly a junior synonym of Revueltosaurus Galveosaurus Galvesaurus — misspelling of Galveosaurus Gargoyleosaurus Garudimimus Gasosaurus Gasparinisaura Gastonia "Gavinosaurus" — nomen nudum; Eotyrannus Genusaurus Genyodectes Geranosaurus Giganotosaurus Gigantoraptor

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• Gigantosaurus (Seeley, 1869) • "Gigantosaurus" (E. Fraas, 1908) — preoccupied name, now known as Tornieria, Malawisaurus, and Janenschia • Gigantoscelus — junior synonym of Euskelosaurus • Gigantspinosaurus • Gilmoreosaurus • "Ginnareemimus" — nomen nudum; Kinnareemimus • Giraffatitan — possible junior synonym of Brachiosaurus • Glacialisaurus[15] • Glyptodontopelta • Gyposaurus

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Early sketch of Hadrosaurus. • "Hadrosauravus"[6] — nomen nudum; junior synonym of Gryposaurus • Hadrosaurus • Hagryphus • Hallopus — actually a crocodilian • Halticosaurus • Hanssuesia • "Hanwulosaurus" — nomen nudum • Haplocanthosaurus • Haplocanthus — preoccupied name, now known as Haplocanthosaurus • Harpymimus • Hecatasaurus — junior synonym of Telmatosaurus • "Heilongjiangosaurus" — nomen nudum • Heishansaurus • Helioceratops[16] • "Helopus" — preoccupied name, now known as Euhelopus • Heptasteornis • Herbstosaurus — actually a pterosaur • Herrerasaurus • Hesperonychus • Hesperosaurus • Heterodontosaurus • Heterosaurus — junior synonym of Iguanodon • Hexinlusaurus • Heyuannia • Hierosaurus — junior synonym of Nodosaurus • Hikanodon — junior synonym of Iguanodon • "Hironosaurus" — nomen nudum • "Hisanohamasaurus" — nomen nudum • Histriasaurus • Homalocephale • "Honghesaurus" — nomen nudum; Yandusaurus • Hongshanosaurus • Hoplitosaurus

Skeleton of Brachiosaurus brancai, also known as Giraffatitan. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Gobiceratops Gobipteryx — actually an enantiornithine bird Gobisaurus Gobititan "Godzillasaurus" — nomen nudum; Gojirasaurus Gojirasaurus Gondwanatitan Gongbusaurus Gongxianosaurus Gorgosaurus Goyocephale Graciliceratops Graciliraptor Gracilisuchus — actually a non-dinosaurian archosaur "Gravisaurus" — nomen nudum; Lurdusaurus Gravitholus Gresslyosaurus — junior synonym of Plateosaurus Griphornis — junior synonym of the bird Archaeopteryx Griphosaurus — junior synonym of the bird Archaeopteryx "Gripposaurus" — nomen nudum; "Gyposaurus" sinensis Gryponyx — junior synonym of Massospondylus Gryposaurus Guaibasaurus Guanlong Gwyneddosaurus — a tanystrophid

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• • • • • • • Hoplosaurus — junior synonym of Struthiosaurus Hortalotarsus — junior synonym of Massospondylus Huabeisaurus Huanghetitan Huaxiagnathus "Huaxiasaurus" — nomen nudum; Huaxiagnathus Huayangosaurus

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• "Ingenia" — preoccupied name, has not yet been renamed • Inosaurus • Irritator • Isanosaurus • Ischisaurus — junior synonym of Herrerasaurus • "Ischyrosaurus" — preoccupied name, has not yet been renamed • Isisaurus • "Issasaurus" — nomen nudum; Dicraeosaurus • Itemirus • Iuticosaurus

Drawing of Huayangosaurus. • • • • • • • • • • • Hudiesaurus Hulsanpes — possibly a bird Hungarosaurus Hylaeosaurus Hylosaurus — junior synonym of Hylaeosaurus Hypacrosaurus Hypselosaurus "Hypselorhachis" — nomen nudum Hypsibema Hypsilophodon Hypsirophus — probable junior synonym of Stegosaurus

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• • • • • • • • Jainosaurus Janenschia Jaxartosaurus Jeholornis — actually a bird Jeholosaurus Jenghizkhan — junior synonym of Tarbosaurus "Jensenosaurus" — nomen nudum; Supersaurus "Jiangjunmiaosaurus"[6] — nomen nudum; Monolophosaurus • Jiangjunosaurus • Jiangshanosaurus

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• "Ichabodcraniosaurus" — nomen nudum; probably Velociraptor • Iguanodon • "Iguanoides" — nomen nudum; Iguanodon • "Iguanosaurus"[6] — nomen nudum; Iguanodon • Iliosuchus • Ilokelesia • Incisivosaurus

Life restoration of Jinfengopteryx. • • • • • • • • Jinfengopteryx Jingshanosaurus Jinzhousaurus Jiutaisaurus Jixiangornis — actually a bird Jobaria Jubbulpuria Jurapteryx — junior synonym of the bird Archaeopteryx • "Jurassosaurus" — nomen nudum; Tianchisaurus • Juravenator

Early, inaccurate sketch of two Iguanodon. • Indosaurus • Indosuchus

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• "Kagasaurus" — nomen nudum • Kaijiangosaurus

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• • • • • • Kakuru Kangnasaurus Karongasaurus "Katsuyamasaurus" — nomen nudum Kelmayisaurus Kentrosaurus

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• Lagosuchus — actually a non-dinosaurian dinosauromorph • Lamaceratops • Lambeosaurus • Lametasaurus • Lamplughsaura • Lanasaurus • "Lancangjiangosaurus"[6] — variant spelling of "Lancanjiangosaurus" • "Lancangosaurus"[6] — nomen nudum; Datousaurus • "Lancanjiangosaurus" — nomen nudum • Lanzhousaurus • Laornis — actually a bird • Laosaurus • Laplatasaurus • Lapparentosaurus • Leaellynasaura • Leipsanosaurus — junior synonym of Struthiosaurus • "Lengosaurus" — nomen nudum; Eotyrannus

Kentrosaurus skeleton. • Kentrurosaurus — junior synonym (unneeded replacement name) of Kentrosaurus • Kerberosaurus • Khaan • "Khateranisaurus"[17] — misspelling of "Khetranisaurus" • Khetranisaurus • Kinnareemimus • "Kitadanisaurus" — nomen nudum; Fukuiraptor • "Kittysaurus" — nomen nudum; Eotyrannus • Klamelisaurus • Koparion • "Koreanosaurus" — nomen nudum • "Koreasaurus"[6] — nomen nudum; probably an alternate spelling of "Koreanosaurus" • Kotasaurus • Koutalisaurus • Kritosaurus • Kryptops[12] • Krzyzanowskisaurus — probably a pseudosuchian (?Revueltosaurus) • Kulceratops • Kunmingosaurus — may be a nomen nudum • Kuszholia — probably a bird

Drawing of a Leptoceratops. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Leptoceratops Leptospondylus — junior synonym of Massospondylus Lesothosaurus Lessemsaurus Levnesovia [18] Lewisuchus — actually a non-dinosaurian dinosauromorph Lexovisaurus Liaoceratops Liaoningosaurus "Liassaurus" — nomen nudum Libycosaurus — actually an anthracothere mammal Ligabueino Ligabuesaurus "Ligomasaurus" — nomen nudum, probably Brachiosaurus or Giraffatitan "Likhoelesaurus" — nomen nudum; possibly nondinosaurian Liliensternus Limaysaurus "Limnornis" — preoccupied name, now known as the birds Eurolimnornis and Palaeocursornis "Limnosaurus" — preoccupied name, now known as Telmatosaurus Lirainosaurus Lisboasaurus — actually a crocodilian

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• Labocania • Labrosaurus — junior synonym of Allosaurus • Laelaps — preoccupied name, now known as Dryptosaurus • Laevisuchus • Lagerpeton — actually a non-dinosaurian dinosauromorph

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• Loncosaurus • Longisquama — actually some sort of non-dinosaurian reptile • Longosaurus — junior synonym of Coelophysis • Lophorhothon • Lophostropheus • Loricatosaurus • Loricosaurus — possible junior synonym of Neuquensaurus • Losillasaurus

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• Maiasaura • Majungasaurus • Majungatholus — probable junior synonym of Majungasaurus • Malarguesaurus • Malawisaurus • Maleevosaurus — junior synonym of Tarbosaurus • Maleevus

Sketch of the sauropod Mamenchisaurus. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Mamenchisaurus Mandschurosaurus Manospondylus — synonym of Tyrannosaurus Mantellisaurus Mapusaurus Marasuchus — actually a non-dinosaurian dinosauromorph Marisaurus Marmarospondylus — probable junior synonym of Bothriospondylus Marshosaurus Masiakasaurus Massospondylus Maxakalisaurus "Medusaceratops" — nomen nudum; Albertaceratops "Megacervixosaurus" — nomen nudum Megadactylus — preoccupied name, now known as Anchisaurus "Megadontosaurus"[6] — nomen nudum; Microvenator Megalosaurus Megapnosaurus Megaraptor Mei Melanorosaurus Mendozasaurus "Merosaurus" — nomen nudum Metriacanthosaurus "Microcephale" — nomen nudum "Microceratops" — preoccupied name, now known as Microceratus[11] Microceratus[11] Microcoelus — junior synonym of Saltasaurus "Microdontosaurus" — nomen nudum Microhadrosaurus Micropachycephalosaurus

Remains of a Lophorhothon skull. • • • • • • • • • • • • Lourinhanosaurus Lourinhasaurus Luanchuanraptor "Luanpingosaurus" — nomen nudum; Psittacosaurus Lucianosaurus — actually a non-dinosaurian archosauriform Lufengocephalus — junior synonym of Lufengosaurus Lufengosaurus Lukousaurus Lurdusaurus Lusitanosaurus Lusotitan Lycorhinus

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• Macelognathus — actually a sphenosuchian crocodilian • Macrodontophion • Macrogryphosaurus • Macrophalangia — junior synonym of Chirostenotes • "Macroscelosaurus" — nomen nudum; probable junior synonym of Tanystropheus • Macrurosaurus • "Madsenius" — nomen nudum • Magnirostris • Magnosaurus • "Magulodon" — nomen nudum • Magyarosaurus • Mahakala

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• • • • • • • • • • • Microraptor Microsaurops — junior synonym of Saltasaurus Microvenator "Mifunesaurus" — nomen nudum Minmi Minotaurasaurus Miragaia[19] Mirischia "Moabosaurus" — nomen nudum Mochlodon "Mohammadisaurus" — nomen nudum; Tornieria • Muyelensaurus • Mymoorapelta

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• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Naashoibitosaurus Nanningosaurus Nanosaurus Nanotyrannus — possibly a juvenile Tyrannosaurus or other tyrannosaurid[20] Nanshiungosaurus Nanyangosaurus "Nectosaurus" — preoccupied name, now known as Kritosaurus Nedcolbertia Nedoceratops Neimongosaurus "Nemegtia" — preoccupied name, now known as Nemegtomaia Nemegtomaia Nemegtosaurus "Neosaurus" — preoccupied name, now known as Parrosaurus (possible junior synonym of Hypsibema) Neosodon Neovenator Neuquenraptor Neuquensaurus "Newtonsaurus" — nomen nudum "Ngexisaurus" — nomen nudum Nigersaurus "Ninghsiasaurus" — nomen nudum; Pinacosaurus Niobrarasaurus Nipponosaurus Noasaurus Nodocephalosaurus Nodosaurus Nomingia

Cast of a Muttaburrasaurus skeleton. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Mongolosaurus Monkonosaurus Monoclonius Monolophosaurus "Mononychus" — preoccupied name, now known as Mononykus Mononykus — possibly a bird Montanoceratops Morinosaurus Morosaurus — junior synonym of Camarasaurus "Moshisaurus"[6] — nomen nudum; ?Mamenchisaurus "Mtapaiasaurus" — nomen nudum, probably Brachiosaurus or Giraffatitan "Mtotosaurus" — nomen nudum; Dicraeosaurus Mussaurus Muttaburrasaurus

Artist’s restoration of a pair of Nanshiungosaurus. • • • • Nopcsaspondylus Nothronychus Notoceratops Notohypsilophodon

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"Nouerosaurus"[6] — variant spelling of Nurosaurus Nqwebasaurus "Nteregosaurus" — nomen nudum; Janenschia "Nuoerosaurus" — variant spelling of Nurosaurus "Nuoersaurus" — variant spelling of Nurosaurus "Nurosaurus"[6] — nomen nudum Nuthetes "Nyasasaurus" — nomen nudum; possibly nondinosaurian • "Nyororosaurus" — nomen nudum; Dicraeosaurus • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

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Orodromeus Orosaurus — possible junior synonym of Euskelosaurus Orthogoniosaurus Orthomerus Oryctodromeus "Oshanosaurus" — nomen nudum Othnielia Othnielosaurus "Otogosaurus" — nomen nudum Ouranosaurus Oviraptor "Ovoraptor"[6] — nomen nudum; Velociraptor Ozraptor

O
• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Ohmdenosaurus Oligosaurus — junior synonym of Rhabdodon Olorotitan Omeisaurus Omnivoropteryx - probably a bird "Omosaurus" — preoccupied name, now known as Dacentrurus Onychosaurus — synonym of Rhabdodon, or a dubious ankylosaurian Opisthocoelicaudia Oplosaurus "Orcomimus" — nomen nudum Orinosaurus — junior synonym (unneeded replacement name) of Orosaurus Orkoraptor Ornatotholus Ornithodesmus "Ornithoides"[6] — nomen nudum; Saurornithoides Ornitholestes

P
• Pachycephalosaurus • Pachyrhinosaurus • Pachysauriscus — probable junior synonym of Plateosaurus • Pachysaurops — probable junior synonym of Plateosaurus • "Pachysaurus" — preoccupied name, now known as Pachysauriscus; probable junior synonym of Plateosaurus • Pachyspondylus — probable junior synonym of Massospondylus

Parasaurolophus sketch. • • • • • • • • Pakisaurus Palaeoctonus — actually a phytosaur Palaeocursornis — possibly a bird "Palaeolimnornis" — nomen nudum; Palaeocursornis, probable bird Palaeopteryx — possibly a bird Palaeosauriscus — junior synonym of Paleosaurus "Palaeosaurus" (Riley & Stutchbury, 1836) — preoccupied name, now known as Paleosaurus "Palaeosaurus" (Fitzinger, 1840) — preoccupied name, now known as Sphenosaurus, a nondinosaurian procolophonid Palaeoscincus Paleosaurus — actually a non-dinosaurian archosaur Paluxysaurus Panoplosaurus

Ornitholestes sketch. • • • • • Ornithomerus — junior synonym of Rhabdodon Ornithomimoides Ornithomimus Ornithopsis Ornithosuchus — actually a non-dinosaurian archosaur • Ornithotarsus — possible junior synonym of Hadrosaurus

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• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Panphagia Pantydraco "Paraiguanodon"[6] — nomen nudum; Bactrosaurus Paralititan Paranthodon Pararhabdodon Parasaurolophus Pareiasaurus — actually a pareiasaur "Parhabdodon"[6] — nomen nudum; misspelling of Pararhabdodon Parksosaurus Paronychodon Parrosaurus — possible junior synonym of Hypsibema Parvicursor — possibly a bird Patagonykus — possibly a bird Patagosaurus "Patricosaurus" — actually a chimera of various nondinosaurian reptiles Pawpawsaurus Pectinodon — junior synonym of Troodon Pedopenna Peishansaurus Pekinosaurus — actually a pseudosuchian; possibly a junior synonym of Revueltosaurus Pelecanimimus Pellegrinisaurus Peloroplites Pelorosaurus "Peltosaurus" — preoccupied name, now known as Sauropelta Penelopognathus Pentaceratops • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

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Pitekunsaurus[21] Piveteausaurus Planicoxa Plateosauravus Plateosaurus Platyceratops Pleurocoelus — possibly Astrodon Pleuropeltus — junior synonym of Struthiosaurus Pneumatoarthrus — actually a turtle Podokesaurus Poekilopleuron Polacanthoides — junior synonym of Hylaeosaurus Polacanthus Polyodontosaurus — junior synonym of Troodon Polyonax Ponerosteus Poposaurus — actually a non-dinosaurian archosaur Postosuchus — actually a rauisuchian Pradhania Prenocephale Prenoceratops Priconodon Priodontognathus Probactrosaurus Proceratops — junior synonym (unneeded replacement name) of Ceratops Proceratosaurus Procerosaurus (von Huene, 1902) — actually a prolacertiform archosauromorph "Procerosaurus" (Fritsch, 1905) — preoccupied name, now known as Ponerosteus Procheneosaurus — junior synonym of Lambeosaurus

Life restoration of Protoceratops. • • • • • • • • • • Procompsognathus Prodeinodon "Proiguanodon" — nomen nudum; Iguanodon Prosaurolophus Protarchaeopteryx Protecovasaurus — actually a non-dinosaurian archosauriform Protiguanodon — junior synonym of Psittacosaurus Protoavis — supposedly a bird Protoceratops Protognathosaurus

Life-sized model of a Procompsognathus. • • • • • • • Phaedrolosaurus Phuwiangosaurus Phyllodon Piatnitzkysaurus Picrodon — junior synonym of Avalonianus Pinacosaurus Pisanosaurus

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• "Protognathus" — preoccupied name, now known as Protognathosaurus • Protohadros • Protorosaurus (von Meyer, 1830) — actually a nondinosaurian reptile • "Protorosaurus" (Lambe, 1914) — preoccupied name, now known as Chasmosaurus • "Protrachodon" — nomen nudum; Orthomerus • "Proyandusaurus" — nomen nudum; Hexinlusaurus. • Pseudolagosuchus — actually a non-dinosaurian dinosauromorph • Psittacosaurus • Pteropelyx • Pterospondylus • Puertasaurus • Pukyongosaurus • Pycnonemosaurus • Pyroraptor

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Q
• • • • • Qantassaurus Qinlingosaurus Qingxiusaurus Quaesitosaurus Quilmesaurus

Profile sketch of the head of Rinchenia. • Rileyasuchus — a chimera of phytosaur and Thecodontosaurus remains • Rinchenia • Rinconsaurus • Rioarribasaurus — junior synonym of Coelophysis • Riojasaurus • Riojasuchus — actually a non-dinosaurian archosaur • Rocasaurus • "Roccosaurus"[6] — nomen nudum; Melanorosaurus • Ruehleia • Rugops • "Rutellum" — pre-Linnaean name, considered a nomen oblitum • Ruyangosaurus

R
• Rachitrema — possibly an ichthyosaur • "Rahona" — preoccupied name, now known as Rahonavis • Rahonavis — possibly a bird • Rajasaurus • Rapator • Rapetosaurus • Rayososaurus • Razanandrongobe — may be a theropod or crocodylomorph • Rebbachisaurus • Regnosaurus • "Revueltoraptor" — nomen nudum; junior synonym of Gojirasaurus[8] • Revueltosaurus — actually a pseudosuchian • Rhabdodon • Rhadinosaurus — may be non-dinosaurian, possibly crocodilian • Rhaetosaurus — misspelling of Rhoetosaurus • Rhodanosaurus — junior synonym of Struthiosaurus • Rhoetosaurus • Rhopalodon — actually a synapsid • Ricardoestesia — intended but unofficial spelling of Richardoestesia • Richardoestesia • "Rileya" — preoccupied name, now known as Rileyasuchus

S
• • • • Sacisaurus — probably a dinosauromorph Sahaliyania[22] Saichania "Salimosaurus" — nomen nudum, probably Brachiosaurus or Giraffatitan

Artist’s restoration of a pair of Saltasaurus.

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• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Saltasaurus Saltopus — probably a dinosauromorph "Saltriosaurus" — nomen nudum "Sanchusaurus"[6] — nomen nudum "Sangonghesaurus"[6] — nomen nudum Sanpasaurus Santanaraptor Sarcolestes Sarcosaurus Saturnalia Sauraechinodon[6] — junior synonym of Echinodon "Sauraechmodon" — nomen nudum; Echinodon Saurolophus Sauropelta Saurophaganax "Saurophagus" — preoccupied name, now known as Saurophaganax Sauroplites "Sauropodus"[23] — nomen nudum Sauroposeidon Saurornithoides Saurornitholestes Scansoriopteryx — possible junior synonym of Epidendrosaurus Scaphonyx — actually a rhynchosaur Scelidosaurus Scipionyx Scleromochlus — actually a non-dinosaurian avemetatarsalian Scolosaurus — junior synonym of Euoplocephalus "Scrotum" — pre-Linnaean name, considered a nomen oblitum[24] Scutellosaurus Secernosaurus

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• Shanxia • Shanyangosaurus • Shenzhouraptor — actually a bird; likely junior synonym of Jeholornis.[25] • Shenzhousaurus • Shidaisaurus • Shixinggia • Shuangmiaosaurus • Shunosaurus • Shuosaurus[6] — misspelling of Shunosaurus • Shuvosaurus — actually a rauisuchian • Shuvuuia — possibly a bird • Siamosaurus • Siamotyrannus • Sigilmassasaurus • Silesaurus — probably a dinosauromorph • Siluosaurus • Silvisaurus

Artist’s restoration of Sellosaurus. • • • • Similicaudipteryx Sinocalliopteryx Sinocoelurus "Sinopliosaurus" — material originally classified with pliosaur Sinopliosaurus, now recognized as dinosaurian[26] Sinornithoides Sinornithomimus Sinornithosaurus Sinosauropteryx Sinosaurus Sinovenator Sinraptor Sinucerasaurus — junior synonym of Sinusonasus Sinusonasus Skorpiovenator "Smilodon" — preoccupied name, now known as Zanclodon Sonidosaurus Sonorasaurus Sphaerotholus Sphenosaurus — actually a non-dinosaurian reptile Sphenospondylus — junior synonym of Iguanodon Spinosaurus Spinostropheus Spinosuchus — actually a non-dinosaurian reptile

Artist’s restoration of Segisaurus. • • • • • • • • • • Segisaurus Segnosaurus Seismosaurus — junior synonym of Diplodocus "Selimanosaurus" — nomen nudum; Dicraeosaurus Sellosaurus Serendipaceratops Shamosaurus Shanag Shanshanosaurus — junior synonym of Tarbosaurus Shantungosaurus

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• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Spondylosoma — possibly a rauisuchian Squalodon — actually a cetacean Staurikosaurus Stegoceras Stegopelta Stegosaurides "Stegosauroides"[6] — misspelling of Stegosaurides Stegosaurus Stenonychosaurus — junior synonym of Troodon Stenopelix Stenotholus — junior synonym of Stygimoloch Stephanosaurus — junior synonym of Lambeosaurus "Stereocephalus" — preoccupied name, now known as Euoplocephalus "Stereosaurus" — nomen nudum; possibly a plesiosaur Sterrholophus — junior synonym of Triceratops Stokesosaurus Stormbergia Strenusaurus — junior synonym of Riojasaurus

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• "Syntarsus" — preoccupied name, now known as Megapnosaurus • Syrmosaurus — junior synonym of Pinacosaurus • "Szechuanoraptor" — nomen nudum • Szechuanosaurus

T
• • • • • • Talarurus Talenkauen Tangvayosaurus Tanius Tanycolagreus Tanystropheus — actually a prolacertiform archosauromorph • Tanystrosuchus — possible junior synonym of Halticosaurus or Liliensternus • Tapinocephalus — actually a therapsid

Early sketch of a Struthiomimus. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Streptospondylus Struthiomimus Struthiosaurus Stygimoloch Stygivenator — junior synonym of Tyrannosaurus Styracosaurus Succinodon — actually fossilized mollusc borings Suchomimus Suchosaurus — originally described as a crocodile, possibly a spinosaurid Suchoprion — actually a phytosaur "Sugiyamasaurus" — nomen nudum Sulaimanisaurus "Sulaimansaurus"[17] — misspelling of "Sulaimanisaurus" Supersaurus Suuwassea Suzhousaurus Symphyrophus — junior synonym of Camptosaurus Syngonosaurus — junior synonym of Acanthopholis

Tarbosaurus skeleton. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Tarascosaurus Tarbosaurus Tarchia Tastavinsaurus[27] Tatisaurus Taveirosaurus Tawasaurus — junior synonym of Lufengosaurus Tazoudasaurus Technosaurus — possibly a dinosauromorph Tecovasaurus — actually a non-dinosaurian archosauriform Tehuelchesaurus Teinurosaurus "Teleocrater" — nomen nudum; possibly nondinosaurian Telmatosaurus "Tenantosaurus"[6] — nomen nudum; Tenontosaurus "Tenchisaurus"[28] — nomen nudum; actually an unpublished museum name for Tianchisaurus Tendaguria Tenontosaurus

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• Teratosaurus — actually a non-dinosaurian archosaur • Termatosaurus — actually a phytosaur, with some Internet sources accidentally transposing species of Tetragonosaurus onto it • Tetragonosaurus — junior synonym of Lambeosaurus • Texasetes • Teyuwasu • Thecocoelurus • Thecodontosaurus • Thecospondylus • Theiophytalia • Therizinosaurus • Therosaurus — junior synonym of Iguanodon • Thescelosaurus • Thespesius — possibly Edmontosaurus • "Thotobolosaurus" — nomen nudum • Tianchisaurus • "Tianchungosaurus" — nomen nudum; Dianchungosaurus (crocodilian) • Tianyulong • Tianzhenosaurus • Tichosteus • Tienshanosaurus • Timimus • Titanosaurus (Lydekker, 1877) • "Titanosaurus" (Marsh, 1877) — preoccupied name, now known as Atlantosaurus • Tochisaurus • "Tomodon" — preoccupied name, now known as Diplotomodon • "Tonouchisaurus" — nomen nudum • Tornieria • Torosaurus • Torvosaurus • Trachodon • Trialestes — actually a crocodilian • "Triassolestes" — preoccupied name, now known as Trialestes • Tribelesodon — actually Tanystropheus, a prolacertiform archosauromorph • Triceratops • Trigonosaurus • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

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Trimucrodon Troodon Tsaagan Tsagantegia Tsintaosaurus "Tsuchikurasaurus" — nomen nudum[29] Tugulusaurus Tuojiangosaurus Turanoceratops Turiasaurus Tylocephale Tylosteus — synonym of Pachycephalosaurus Tyrannosaurus Tyrannotitan "Tyreophorus" — nomen nudum, probably a typographical error for "thyreophoran"

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Illustration of the skull of Udanoceratops. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Uberabatitan Udanoceratops Ugrosaurus — probably junior synonym of Triceratops Uintasaurus — junior synonym of Camarasaurus Ultrasauros — junior synonym of Supersaurus Ultrasaurus (H. M. Kim, 1983) "Ultrasaurus" (Jensen, 1985) — preoccupied name, now known as Ultrasauros Umarsaurus[6] — nomen nudum; Barsboldia Unaysaurus Unenlagia "Unicerosaurus" — nomen nudum, actually a fish Unquillosaurus Urbacodon Utahraptor

Tyrannosaurus skull.

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• Valdosaurus • Variraptor • Vectensia — junior synonym of Hylaeosaurus • • • •

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Xiongguanlong [32] Xuanhanosaurus Xuanhuaceratops "Xuanhuasaurus"[6] — nomen nudum; Xuanhuaceratops

Y

Drawing of a Velociraptor. • • • • • • • • • • • Vectisaurus — junior synonym of Iguanodon Velafrons Velocipes Velociraptor Velocisaurus Venaticosuchus — actually a non-dinosaurian archosaur Venenosaurus Vitakridrinda[30] "Vitaridrinda"[17] — misspelling of Vitakridrinda Volkheimeria Vulcanodon

Artist’s restoration of Yunnanosaurus. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Yaleosaurus — junior synonym of Anchisaurus Yamaceratops Yandusaurus Yangchuanosaurus Yanornis — actually a bird Yaverlandia Yaxartosaurus[6] — misspelling of Jaxartosaurus "Yezosaurus" — nomen nudum; non-dinosaurian "Yibinosaurus" — nomen nudum Yimenosaurus "Yingshanosaurus" — nomen nudum Yinlong Yixianosaurus Yuanmousaurus "Yubasaurus" — nomen nudum; Yandusaurus Yunnanosaurus "Yunxiansaurus" — nomen nudum

W
• Wakinosaurus • Walgettosuchus • "Walkeria" — preoccupied name, now known as Alwalkeria • "Walkersaurus" — nomen nudum; Duriavenator • "Wangonisaurus" — nomen nudum, probably Brachiosaurus or Giraffatitan • Wannanosaurus • Wellnhoferia — actually a bird, possible junior synonym of Archaeopteryx • Wuerhosaurus • Wulagasaurus [22] • Wyleyia — probably a bird • "Wyomingraptor" — nomen nudum

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X
• • • • Xenoposeidon [31] Xenotarsosaurus Xiaosaurus Xinjiangovenator

Artist’s restoration of Zalmoxes. • Zalmoxes • Zanclodon — non-dinosaurian (in part), some species referred to Megalosaurus and Plateosaurus • Zapalasaurus

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Zapsalis — junior synonym of Paronychodon Zatomus — actually a non-dinosaurian archosaur Zephyrosaurus Zhejiangosaurus Zhongyuansaurus Zhuchengosaurus Zigongosaurus — possible junior synonym of Mamenchisaurus • Zizhongosaurus • Zuniceratops • Zupaysaurus • • • • • • •

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• • • • • Dinosaur classification List of ichthyosaurs List of plesiosaurs List of pterosaurs List of South American dinosaurs • List of North American dinosaurs • List of African dinosaurs • List of Asian dinosaurs • List of European dinosaurs • List of Indian and Madagascan dinosaurs • List of Australian dinosaurs

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Uncited genera names can be attributed to Olshevsky, 2007. Dalianraptor is listed by Olshevsky, but omitted from this list, since it has not been described as a dinosaur in a published source. [1] Ryan, M.J., A.P. Russell, D.A. Eberth & P.J. Currie 2001. The Taphonomy of a Centrosaurus (Ornithischia: Certopsidae) Bone Bed from the Dinosaur Park Formation (Upper Campanian), Alberta, Canada, with Comments on Cranial Ontogeny. Palaios 16 (5): 482–506. [2] Taylor, M. (12 February 2005). Re: Raptor Red and Heyday Of The Giants. Dinosaur Mailing List. [3] Williams, T. (13 February 2005). Re: Raptor Red and Heyday Of The Giants. Dinosaur Mailing List. [4] Zhang Xingliao; et al. (2009). "A New Sauropod Dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous Gaogou Formation of Nanyang, Henan Province". Acta Geologica Sinica 83: 212. doi:10.1111/j.1755-6724.2009.00032.x. [5] Peter J. Makovicky, Daqing Li, Ke-Qin Gao, Matthew Lewin, Gregory M. Erickson & Mark A. Norell: A giant ornithomimosaur from the Early Cretaceous of China. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, Abstract [6] ^ Lambert, D. 1993. "A to Z of Dinosaurs" In: The Ultimate Dinosaur Book. Dorling Kindersley. [7] Worth, G. (Ed.). N.d. Chondrosteus. In: The Dinosaur Encyclopedia. Retrieved March 16, 2009. Attributes misspelling to Huene, F. von. 1907–1908. Die

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[20] Henderson (2005). "Nano No More: The death of the pygmy tyrant." In: "The origin, systematics, and paleobiology of Tyrannosauridae”, a symposium hosted jointly by Burpee Museum of Natural History and Northern Illinois University. [21] Filippi, L.S.; and Garrido, A.C. (2008). "Pitekunsaurus macayai gen. et sp. nov., new titanosaur (Saurischia, Sauropoda) from Upper Cretaceous Neuquén Basin, Argentina". Ameghiniana 45 (3): 575–590. [22] ^ Godefroit, P., Hai, S., Yu, T., and Lauters, P. (2008). "New hadrosaurid dinosaurs from the uppermost Cretaceous of north−eastern China". Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 53 (1): 47–74. [23] Olshevsky, G. (February 9 2001). Sauropodus. Dinosaur Mailing List. [24] This is not a hoax but a pre-Linnaean name, like Rutellum, applied to what would now be recognized as a theropod, perhaps Megalosaurus. For additional information, please see George Olshevsky’s Dinosaur Genera List, The Theropod Database, or Dinogenera (French). [25] Chiappe, Luis M.; Dyke, Gareth J. (2006). "The Early Evolutionary History of Birds". Journal of the Paleontological Society of Korea 22 (1): 133–151. [26] Buffetaut, E.; Suteethorn, V.; Tong, H.; and Amiot, R. (2008). Geological Magazine. 145. pp. 745–748. [27] Canudo, J. I., Royo-Torres, R. & Cuenca-Bescós, G. (2007) "A new Titanosauriformes sauropod: Tastavinsaurus sanzi gen. et sp. nov. from the Early Cretaceous (Aptian) of Spain". Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology [28] Worth, G. (Ed.). N.d. Tenchisaurus. In: The Dinosaur Encyclopedia. Retrieved March 16, 2009. Attributes misspelling to a Japanese guide to a Chinese dinosaur exhibit, 1981. And also to Glut, 1982.

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[29] "Japanese theropod nomen nudum extravaganza" Dinosaur Mailing List. [30] Malkani, M.S. 2006. First rostrum of carnivorous Vitakridrinda (Abelisaurid Theropod Dinosaur) found from the latest Cretaceous Dinosaur Beds (Vitakri) Member of PAB formation, Alam Kali Kakor Locality of Vitakri area, Barkhan District, Balochistan, Pakistan.PDF (855 KB) Sindh University Research Journal (Science Series) 38(2): 7–26. [31] Michael Hopkin.(14 November 2007). "Dinosaur discovered after a century on the shelf". Nature News. Nature Publishing Group. Retrieved 15 November 2007 [32] Daqing Li, Mark A. Norell, Ke-Qin Gao, Nathan D. Smith, and Peter J. Makovicky: A longirostrine tyrannosauroid from the Early Cretaceous of China. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, Abstract

References
• Lambert, D. 1993. "A to Z of Dinosaurs" In: The Ultimate Dinosaur Book. Dorling Kindersley, 192 pp. ISBN 0-7513-0047-0 • Olshevsky, G. 2008. Dinosaur Genera List. Retrieved November 6, 2008. • Tweet, J. N.d. Thescelosaurus!. Retrieved April 16, 2009. • Walters, M. & J. Paker 1995. Dictionary of Prehistoric Life. Claremont Books. ISBN 1-85471-648-4. • Weishampel, D.B., P. Dodson & H. Osmólska (Eds.) 2004. The Dinosauria, Second Edition. University of California Press, 861 pp. ISBN 0-520-24209-2. • Worth, G. (Ed.) N.d. The Dinosaur Encyclopedia. Retrieved March 16, 2009.

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