Bihariosaurus

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Bihariosaurus (meaning "Bihor lizard") was a genus of camptosaurid dinosaur from Late Cretaceous Romania. The type species, Bihariosaurus bauxiticus, was described by Marinescu in 1989. It was similar to Camptosaurus, and was an iguanodont. The original publication of the taxon did not include sufficient description, and the illustrations cannot distinguish it from any other ornithopod.[1]

References[edit]

  • F. Marinescu. 1989. Lentila de bauxita 204 de la Brusturi-Cornet (Jud. Bihor), zacamint fosilifer cu dinozauri [Bauxite lens 204 from Brusturi-Cornet (Bihor Co.), fossil excavation with dinosaurs]. Ocrotirea Naturii si a Mediului Inconjurator 33(2):125-133
  1. ^ Posmoşanu, E. (2003). "Iguanodontian dinosaurs from the lower Cretaceous Bauxite site from Romania" (PDF). Acta Paleontologica Romaniae. 4: 431–439.