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RE: Yunxianosaurus hubeinensis Li, 2001, titanosaurid from Upper Cretaceous of Hubei Province, China
This was previously announced on the DML as the seeming nomen nudum
"Yunxiansaurus hubei" from Zhou (2005). Interestingly, this paper also clears
up what "Bakesaurus" is, as the remains referred to Bactrosaurus sp. (at least
partial maxilla OBMX1) are called "Bake dinosaur" in the paper.
References- Zhou, 2005. The Dinosaur Egg Fossils in Nanyang, China. China
University of Geosciences Press, Wuhan. 145 pp.
> Date: Sun, 17 Jan 2016 10:43:55 -0800
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> Subject: Yunxianosaurus hubeinensis Li, 2001, titanosaurid from Upper
> Cretaceous of Hubei Province, China
> Ben Creisler
> Many thanks to Lukas Panzarin for bringing another overlooked dinosaur
> to my attention and sending a pdf.
> Yunxianosaurus hubeinensis Li , 2001
> based on limb material
> Li Zhengqi (2001)
> Distribution, burying and classification of dinosaur fossils in Upper
> Cretaceous strata at Meipu Town, Yunxian County of Hubei Province.
> Hubei Geology & Mineral Resources 15(4)(Total No 37): 25-31
> Online reader
> A large amount of Dinosaurs skeleton fossils are discovered in Upper
> Cretaceous strata at the Meipu Town, Yunxian County of Hubei Province.
> Exploration and researches indicate that the dinosaurs fossils here
> have characters of centralized distribution, large amount, shallow
> burying, paragensis of skeleton fossils with egg fossils.
> The same paper also gives the name Lijiagousaurus (no type species
> given so not valid) as a member of the Iguanodontia