List of Australian and Antarctic dinosaurs

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This is a list of dinosaurs whose remains have been recovered from Australia or Antarctica.

List of Australian and Antarctic dinosaurs[edit]

Name Period Location Diet[1] Notes
Antarctopelta Late Cretaceous Antarctica herbivore
Atlascopcosaurus Early Cretaceous Australia herbivore
Australovenator Early-Late Cretaceous Australia carnivore
Austrosaurus Early Cretaceous Australia herbivore
Cryolophosaurus Early Jurassic Antarctica carnivore
Diamantinasaurus Late Cretaceous Australia herbivore
Fulgurotherium Early Cretaceous Australia herbivore
Glacialisaurus Early Jurassic Antarctica omnivore
Kakuru Early Cretaceous Australia omnivore
Kunbarrasaurus Early Cretaceous Australia herbivore
Leaellynasaura Early Cretaceous Australia herbivore
Minmi Early Cretaceous Australia herbivore Two good specimens
Morrosaurus Late Cretaceous Antarctica herbivore
Muttaburrasaurus Early Cretaceous Australia herbivore
Ozraptor Middle Jurassic Australia carnivore
Qantassaurus Early Cretaceous Australia herbivore
Rapator Early Cretaceous Australia carnivore
Rhoetosaurus Middle Jurassic Australia herbivore
Savannasaurus Late Cretaceous Australia herbivore
Serendipaceratops Early Cretaceous Australia herbivore
Timimus Early Cretaceous Australia omnivore
Trinisaura Late Cretaceous Antarctica herbivore
Walgettosuchus Early Cretaceous Australia carnivore
Wintonotitan Early Cretaceous Australia herbivore

Agrosaurus is a nomen dubium or a junior synonym of Thecodontosaurus. It is no longer considered an Australian genus.

Key[edit]

Nomen dubium
Invalid
Nomen nudum

Criteria for inclusion[edit]

Timeline[edit]

This is a timeline of selected dinosaurs from the list above. Time is measured in Ma, megaannum, along the x-axis.

Mesozoic Triassic Jurassic Cretaceous Wintonotitan Timimus Serendipaceratops Rhoetosaurus Rapator Qantassaurus Ozraptor Muttaburrasaurus Minmi (dinosaur) Leaellynasaura Kakuru Glacialisaurus Diamantinasaurus Cryolophosaurus Austrosaurus Australovenator Atlascopcosaurus Antarctopelta Mesozoic Triassic Jurassic Cretaceous

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Diet is sometimes hard to determine for dinosaurs and should be considered a "best guess"