... TYPE SPECIES: A. copei, Lull & Wright, 1942 (as Anatosaurus) OTHER
longiceps, Marsh, 1890 (as Anatosaurus) [dubious name] SYNONYMS: Anatosaurus ...
Anatosaurus. By Rachel S - 4F. The Anatosaurus was a dinosaur. It had a
beak. He s 14 feet tall and 35 feet long. Sometimes Anatosaur stands on four ...
happened to Trachodon?
... genera and species were mainly junk, and coined the fresh name Anatosaurus
commonest North American flat-headed (noncrested) duckbilled dinosaur. The ...
75325 Anatosaurus PHL V 2 C0558 R ORNI HADR 75325 Anatosaurus PHL DI C0558 R
HADR 75340 Anatosaurus PHL DI C0558 R ORNI HADR 75952 Anatosaurus PHL DI FRG ...
... Anatosaurus, anatosaurus, The website for Prehistoric World Images™
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... Surman, 1990: TYPE SPECIES: A. copei (Lull & Wright, 1942) (originally
"Edward Drinker Cope's duck titan (giant of Greek mythology)" OTHER
... vertebrae scutes etc. 5777 Amphocoelias fragillimus Vertebra without centrum
Anatosaurus copei Skeleton nearly complete lacking limbs & part of skull ...
Edmontosaurus Lambe, 1917. = Anatosaurus Lull & Wright,
1942. Comments. I have some doubts about ...
... 2,000. This duckbilled dinosaur is the archetype of its kind. The name
means "duck lizard." A peaceful, four-ton plant eater, the anatosaurus
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