Dinozauri de la A la Z

Dinozauri de la A la Z





Lista tuturor dinozaurilor in ordine alfabetica.

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A

Aachenosaurus – actually a piece of petrified wood
Aardonyx
“Abdallahsaurus” – nomen nudum, probably Brachiosaurus or Giraffatitan
Abelisaurus
Abrictosaurus
Abrosaurus
Abydosaurus
Acanthopholis
Achelousaurus
Achillesaurus
Achillobator
“Acracanthus” – original invalid name of Acrocanthosaurus
Acristavus
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
Ahshislepelta
“Airakoraptor” – nomen nudum
Ajkaceratops
Alamosaurus
“Alashansaurus” – nomen nudum; Shaochilong
Alaskacephale
Albalophosaurus
Albertaceratops
Albertonykus
Albertosaurus
Albinykus[1] Albisaurus – a non-dinosaurian reptile
Alectrosaurus
Aletopelta
Algoasaurus
Alioramus
Aliwalia – junior synonym of Eucnemesaurus
Allosaurus
Alocodon
Altirhinus
Altispinax
Alvarezsaurus
Alwalkeria
Alxasaurus
Amargasaurus
Amargatitanis
Amazonsaurus
Ammosaurus
Ampelosaurus
Amphicoelias
“Amphicoelicaudia” – nomen nudum; possibly Huabeisaurus
“Amphisaurus” – preoccupied name, now known as Anchisaurus
Amtocephale
Amtosaurus – possibly Talarurus
Amurosaurus
Amygdalodon
Anabisetia
Anasazisaurus
Anatosaurus – junior synonym of Edmontosaurus
Anatotitan – junior synonym of Edmontosaurus
Anchiceratops
Anchiornis
Anchisaurus
Andesaurus
Angaturama – probable junior synonym of Irritator
“Angloposeidon”[2][3] – nomen nudum
Angolatitan
Angulomastacator
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
Archaeodontosaurus
Archaeopteryx
“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
Arcusaurus
Arenysaurus
Argentinosaurus
Argyrosaurus
Aristosaurus – junior synonym of Massospondylus
Aristosuchus
Arizonasaurus – actually a rauisuchian
“Arkanosaurus” – variant spelling of “Arkansaurus”
“Arkansaurus” – nomen nudum
Arkharavia
Arrhinoceratops
Arstanosaurus
Asiaceratops
Asiamericana
Asiatosaurus
Astrodon
Astrodonius – junior synonym of Astrodon
Astrodontaurus – junior synonym of Astrodon
Asylosaurus
Atacamatitan
Atlantosaurus – possible junior synonym of Apatosaurus or Camarasaurus
Atlasaurus
Atlascopcosaurus
Atrociraptor
Atsinganosaurus
Aublysodon
Aucasaurus
“Augustia” – preoccupied name, now known as Agustinia
Auroraceratops
Australodocus
Australovenator
Austrocheirus
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 – a non-dinosaurian archosauromorph

B

Bactrosaurus Bagaceratops Bagaraatan Bahariasaurus Bainoceratops “Bakesaurus” – nomen nudum Balaur Balochisaurus Bambiraptor Banji Baotianmansaurus Barapasaurus Barilium Barosaurus Barrosasaurus Barsboldia Baryonyx “Bashunosaurus” – nomen nudum Basutodon – actually a non-dinosaurian archosaur Bathygnathus – actually a pelycosaur Batyrosaurus[4] Baurutitan “Bayosaurus” – nomen nudum Becklespinax “Beelemodon” – nomen nudum Beipiaosaurus Beishanlong Bellusaurus Belodon – actually a phytosaur Berberosaurus Betasuchus “Bicentenaria” – nomen nudum[5] Bienosaurus Bihariosaurus “Bilbeyhallorum” – nomen nudum; Cedarpelta Bissektipelta Bistahieversor “Blancocerosaurus” – nomen nudum, probably Brachiosaurus or Giraffatitan Blasisaurus Blikanasaurus Bolong Bonapartenykus Bonatitan Bonitasaura Borealosaurus Borogovia Bothriospondylus Brachiosaurus Brachyceratops Brachylophosaurus Brachypodosaurus Brachyrophus – junior synonym of Camptosaurus Brachytaenius – actually some sort of non-dinosaurian reptile, possibly the same as Dakosaurus Brachytrachelopan Bradycneme Brasileosaurus – actually a non-dinosaurian archosaur Breviceratops Brohisaurus Brontomerus “Brontoraptor” – nomen nudum Brontosaurus – junior synonym of Apatosaurus Bruhathkayosaurus Bugenasaura – junior synonym of Thescelosaurus Buitreraptor “Byranjaffia” – nomen nudum; Byronosaurus Byronosaurus

C

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 “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 Artist’s restoration of Ceratosaurus. Chinshakiangosaurus Chirostenotes Chondrosteosaurus Chondrosteus[7] – misspelling of Chondrosteosaurus Chromogisaurus Chuandongocoelurus Chuanjiesaurus Chubutisaurus Chungkingosaurus Chuxiongosaurus “Cinizasaurus” – nomen nudum Cionodon Citipati Cladeiodon – actually a non-dinosaurian rauisuchian (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” – nomen nudum; Nanotyrannus Coahuilaceratops Coelophysis “Coelosaurus” – preoccupied name, now known as Ornithomimus and Archaeornithomimus. Coeluroides Coelurosauravus – actually an avicephalan diapsid “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” – nomen nudum Compsognathus Compsosuchus Concavenator Conchoraptor Condorraptor Corythosaurus Craspedodon Crataeomus – junior synonym of Struthiosaurus Craterosaurus Creosaurus – junior synonym of Allosaurus Crichtonsaurus Cristatusaurus Crosbysaurus – actually a non-dinosaurian archosauriform Cruxicheiros Cryolophosaurus Cryptodraco – junior synonym (unneeded replacement name) of Cryptosaurus “Cryptoraptor” – nomen nudum Cryptosaurus Cryptovolans – junior synonym of Microraptor Cumnoria “Cylindricodon” – preoccupied name, now known as Hylaeosaurus Cystosaurus – actually a crocodilian which through a typographical error was confused with Cryptosaurus

D

Daanosaurus Dacentrurus “Dachongosaurus”[6] – nomen nudum “Dachungosaurus” – variant spelling of “Dachongosaurus” Daemonosaurus 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 Deinocheirus Deinodon – possibly Gorgosaurus Deinonychus Delapparentia[8] Deltadromeus Demandasaurus Denversaurus – junior synonym of Edmontonia Deuterosaurus – actually a therapsid Diabloceratops Diamantinasaurus Dianchungosaurus – actually a crocodilian “Diceratops” – preoccupied name, now known as Nedoceratops Diceratus – junior synonym of Nedoceratops Diclonius Dicraeosaurus Didanodon – possibly a junior synonym of Lambeosaurus Dilong Dilophosaurus Dimodosaurus – junior synonym of Plateosaurus Dinheirosaurus Dinodocus “Dinosaurus” – preoccupied name, now a junior synonym of Plateosaurus 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 Dracopelta Dracorex – possibly a juvenile Pachycephalosaurus Dracovenator Dravidosaurus – actually a plesiosaurian Drinker The painting Laelaps by Charles Knight, depicting two Dryptosaurus fighting. Dromaeosauroides Dromaeosaurus Dromiceiomimus Dromicosaurus – junior synonym of Massospondylus Drusilasaura Dryosaurus Dryptosauroides Dryptosaurus Dubreuillosaurus Duriatitan Duriavenator Dynamosaurus – junior synonym of Tyrannosaurus Dyoplosaurus Dysalotosaurus – junior synonym of Dryosaurus Dysganus Dyslocosaurus Dystrophaeus Dystylosaurus – junior synonym of Supersaurus

E

Echinodon Edmarka Edmontonia Edmontosaurus Efraasia Einiosaurus Ekrixinatosaurus Elachistosuchus – a rhynchocephalian Elaphrosaurus Elmisaurus Elopteryx Elosaurus – junior synonym of Apatosaurus Elrhazosaurus “Elvisaurus” – nomen nudum; Cryolophosaurus Emausaurus Embasaurus Empaterias – misspelling of Epanterias Enigmosaurus Eobrontosaurus Eocarcharia Eoceratops – junior synonym of Chasmosaurus Eocursor Eodromaeus “Eohadrosaurus” – nomen nudum; Eolambia Eolambia Eolosaurus[6] – junior synonym of Aeolosaurus Eomamenchisaurus Eoraptor Eotriceratops Eotyrannus Epachthosaurus Epanterias – may be Allosaurus “Ephoenosaurus” – nomen nudum; Machimosaurus (a crocodilian) Epicampodon – actually a proterosuchid archosauriform Epichirostenotes Epidendrosaurus Epidexipteryx Equijubus Erectopus Life restoration of Euoplocephalus. Erketu Erliansaurus Erlicosaurus – misspelling of Erlikosaurus Erlikosaurus Eshanosaurus “Euacanthus” – 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” – nomen nudum; Tenontosaurus Eurolimnornis – possibly a bird Euronychodon Europasaurus Euskelosaurus Eustreptospondylus

F

Fabrosaurus – possibly Lesothosaurus Falcarius “Fenestrosaurus” – nomen nudum; Oviraptor Ferganasaurus Ferganocephale Frenguellisaurus – junior synonym of Herrerasaurus Fruitadens Life restoration of Fukuiraptor. Fukuiraptor Fukuisaurus Fukuititan Fulengia Fulgurotherium “Fusinasus” – nomen nudum; Eotyrannus Fusuisaurus “Futabasaurus” – nomen nudum; not to be confused with the formally-named plesiosaur Futabasaurus Futalognkosaurus “Futalongkosaurus” – variant spelling of Futalognkosaurus

G

“Gadolosaurus” – nomen nudum Galesaurus – actually a therapsid Gallimimus Galtonia – actually a pseudosuchian; possibly a junior synonym of Revueltosaurus Galveosaurus Galvesaurus – junior synonym of Galveosaurus “Gansutitan” – nomen nudum; Daxiatitan Gargoyleosaurus Garudimimus Gasosaurus Gasparinisaura Gastonia “Gavinosaurus” – nomen nudum; Eotyrannus Geminiraptor Genusaurus Genyodectes Geranosaurus Giganotosaurus Gigantoraptor 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 Glacialisaurus Glishades Glyptodontopelta Skeleton of 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 Gryphoceratops “Gryphognathus” – nomen nudum; Gryphoceratops Gryponyx Gryposaurus Guaibasaurus Guanlong Gwyneddosaurus – a tanystrophid Gyposaurus – junior synonym of Massospondylus

H

“Hadrosauravus” – 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 Haplocheirus Harpymimus Haya Hecatasaurus – junior synonym of Telmatosaurus “Heilongjiangosaurus” – nomen nudum Heishansaurus Helioceratops “Helopus” – preoccupied name, now known as Euhelopus Heptasteornis Herbstosaurus – actually a pterosaur Herrerasaurus Hesperonychus Hesperosaurus Heterodontosaurus Heterosaurus – junior synonym of Iguanodon Hexing[9] Hexinlusaurus Heyuannia Hierosaurus – junior synonym of Nodosaurus Hikanodon – junior synonym of Iguanodon Artist’s restoration of Hypsilophodon. Hippodraco “Hironosaurus” – nomen nudum “Hisanohamasaurus” – nomen nudum Histriasaurus Homalocephale “Honghesaurus” – nomen nudum; Yandusaurus Hongshanosaurus Hoplitosaurus Hoplosaurus – junior synonym of Struthiosaurus Hortalotarsus – junior synonym of Massospondylus Huabeisaurus Huanghetitan Huaxiagnathus “Huaxiasaurus” – nomen nudum; Huaxiagnathus Huayangosaurus Hudiesaurus Huehuecanauhtlus Hulsanpes – possibly a bird Hungarosaurus Hylaeosaurus Hylosaurus – junior synonym of Hylaeosaurus Hypacrosaurus “Hypselorhachis” – nomen nudum Hypselosaurus Hypselospinus Hypsibema Hypsilophodon Hypsirophus – probable junior synonym of Stegosaurus

I

“Ichabodcraniosaurus” – nomen nudum; probably Velociraptor Ichthyovenator Ignavusaurus Iguanacolossus Iguanodon “Iguanoides” – nomen nudum; Iguanodon “Iguanosaurus” – nomen nudum; Iguanodon Iliosuchus Ilokelesia Incisivosaurus Early, inaccurate sketch of two Iguanodon. Indosaurus Indosuchus “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

J

Jainosaurus Jaklapallisaurus Janenschia Jaxartosaurus Jeholornis – actually a bird Jeholosaurus Jenghizkhan – junior synonym of Tarbosaurus “Jensenosaurus” – nomen nudum; Supersaurus Jeyawati “Jiangjunmiaosaurus” – nomen nudum; Monolophosaurus Jiangjunosaurus Jiangshanosaurus Life restoration of Jinfengopteryx. Jinfengopteryx Jingshanosaurus Jintasaurus Jinzhousaurus Jiutaisaurus Jixiangornis – actually a bird Jobaria Jubbulpuria Jurapteryx – junior synonym of the bird Archaeopteryx “Jurassosaurus” – nomen nudum; Tianchisaurus Juratyrant Juravenator

K

“Kagasaurus” – nomen nudum Kaijiangosaurus Kakuru Kangnasaurus Karongasaurus “Katsuyamasaurus” – nomen nudum Kayentavenator Kelmayisaurus Kemkemia Kentrosaurus Kentrosaurus skeleton. Kentrurosaurus – junior synonym (unneeded replacement name) of Kentrosaurus Kerberosaurus Khaan “Khateranisaurus”[10] – misspelling of “Khetranisaurus” Khetranisaurus Kileskus Kinnareemimus “Kitadanisaurus” – nomen nudum; Fukuiraptor “Kittysaurus” – nomen nudum; Eotyrannus Klamelisaurus Kol Koparion Koreaceratops Koreanosaurus Huh et al., 2011 “Koreanosaurus” Kim, 1979 – nomen nudum; name later used formally for a genus of ornithopod “Koreasaurus”[6] – nomen nudum; probably an alternate spelling of “Koreanosaurus” Kosmoceratops Kotasaurus Koutalisaurus Kritosaurus Kryptops Krzyzanowskisaurus – probably a pseudosuchian (?Revueltosaurus) Kukufeldia Kulceratops Kundurosaurus Kunmingosaurus – may be a nomen nudum Kuszholia – probably a bird

L

Labocania Labrosaurus – junior synonym of Allosaurus “Laelaps” – preoccupied name, now known as Dryptosaurus Laevisuchus Lagerpeton – actually a non-dinosaurian dinosauromorph Lagosuchus – actually a non-dinosaurian dinosauromorph Lamaceratops Lambeosaurus Lametasaurus Lamplughsaura Lanasaurus “Lancangjiangosaurus”[6] – variant spelling of “Lancanjiangosaurus” “Lancangosaurus” – variant spelling of “Lancanjiangosaurus” “Lancanjiangosaurus” – nomen nudum Lanzhousaurus Laornis – actually a bird Laosaurus Laplatasaurus Lapparentosaurus Leaellynasaura Leipsanosaurus – junior synonym of Struthiosaurus “Lengosaurus” – nomen nudum; Eotyrannus Leonerasaurus Leptoceratops Leptospondylus – junior synonym of Massospondylus Leshansaurus Lesothosaurus Lessemsaurus Levnesovia Lewisuchus – actually a non-dinosaurian dinosauromorph Lexovisaurus Life restoration of Leaellynasaura. Leyesaurus[11] Liaoceratops Liaoningosaurus “Liassaurus” – nomen nudum Libycosaurus – actually an anthracothere mammal Ligabueino Ligabuesaurus “Ligomasaurus” – nomen nudum, probably Brachiosaurus or Giraffatitan “Likhoelesaurus” – nomen nudum; possibly non-dinosaurian Liliensternus Limaysaurus “Limnornis” – preoccupied name, now known as the birds Eurolimnornis and Palaeocursornis “Limnosaurus” – preoccupied name, now known as Telmatosaurus Limusaurus Linhenykus Linheraptor Linhevenator Lirainosaurus Lisboasaurus – actually a crocodilian Liubangosaurus Loncosaurus Longisquama – actually some sort of non-dinosaurian reptile Longosaurus – junior synonym of Coelophysis Lophorhothon Lophostropheus Loricatosaurus Loricosaurus – possible junior synonym of Neuquensaurus Losillasaurus Lourinhanosaurus Lourinhasaurus Luanchuanraptor “Luanpingosaurus” – nomen nudum; Psittacosaurus Lucianosaurus – actually a non-dinosaurian archosauriform Lufengocephalus – junior synonym of Lufengosaurus Lufengosaurus Lukousaurus Luoyanggia Lurdusaurus Lusitanosaurus Lusotitan Lycorhinus





M

Macelognathus – actually a sphenosuchian crocodilian Machairasaurus Macrodontophion Macrogryphosaurus Macrophalangia – junior synonym of Chirostenotes “Macroscelosaurus” – nomen nudum; probable junior synonym of Tanystropheus Macrurosaurus “Madsenius” – nomen nudum Magnapaulia[12] Magnirostris Magnosaurus “Magulodon” – nomen nudum Magyarosaurus Mahakala Maiasaura Majungasaurus Majungatholus – probable junior synonym of Majungasaurus Malarguesaurus Malawisaurus Maleevosaurus – junior synonym of Tarbosaurus Maleevus Sketch of the sauropod Mamenchisaurus. Mamenchisaurus “Manidens” – nomen nudum 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 “Megacervixosaurus” – nomen nudum “Megadactylus” – preoccupied name, now known as Anchisaurus “Megadontosaurus” – nomen nudum; Microvenator Megalosaurus Megapnosaurus Megaraptor Mei Melanorosaurus Mendozasaurus “Merosaurus” – nomen nudum Metriacanthosaurus “Microcephale” – nomen nudum “Microceratops” – preoccupied name, now known as Microceratus Microceratus Microcoelus – junior synonym of Saltasaurus “Microdontosaurus” – nomen nudum Microhadrosaurus Micropachycephalosaurus Microraptor Microsaurops – junior synonym of Saltasaurus Microvenator “Mifunesaurus” – nomen nudum Minmi Minotaurasaurus Miragaia Mirischia “Moabosaurus” – nomen nudum Mochlodon “Mohammadisaurus” – nomen nudum; Tornieria Mojoceratops Cast of a Muttaburrasaurus skeleton. Mongolosaurus Monkonosaurus Monoclonius Monolophosaurus “Mononychus” – preoccupied name, now known as Mononykus Mononykus Montanoceratops Morinosaurus Morosaurus – junior synonym of Camarasaurus “Moshisaurus” – nomen nudum; ?Mamenchisaurus “Mtapaiasaurus” – nomen nudum, probably Brachiosaurus or Giraffatitan “Mtotosaurus” – nomen nudum; Dicraeosaurus Mussaurus Muttaburrasaurus Muyelensaurus Mymoorapelta

N

Naashoibitosaurus Nambalia Nanningosaurus Nanosaurus Nanotyrannosaurus – a misspelling of Nanotyrannus Nanotyrannus – possibly a juvenile Tyrannosaurus or other tyrannosaurid[13] Nanshiungosaurus Nanyangosaurus Narambuenatitan “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 Artist’s restoration of a pair of Nanshiungosaurus. Nopcsaspondylus Nothronychus Notoceratops Notohypsilophodon “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 non-dinosaurian “Nyororosaurus” – nomen nudum; Dicraeosaurus

O

Ohmdenosaurus Ojoceratops Ojoraptorsaurus 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” – nomen nudum; Saurornithoides Ornitholestes Ornitholestes sketch. Ornithomerus – junior synonym of Rhabdodon Ornithomimoides Ornithomimus Ornithopsis Ornithosuchus – actually a non-dinosaurian archosaur Ornithotarsus – possible junior synonym of Hadrosaurus Orodromeus Orosaurus – possible junior synonym of Euskelosaurus Orthogoniosaurus Orthomerus Oryctodromeus “Oshanosaurus” – nomen nudum Osmakasaurus[14] Ostafrikasaurus Othnielia Othnielosaurus “Otogosaurus” – nomen nudum Ouranosaurus Oviraptor “Ovoraptor” – nomen nudum; Velociraptor Owenodon Oxalaia Ozraptor

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 Pachysuchus[15] 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 non-dinosaurian procolophonid Palaeoscincus Paleosaurus – actually a non-dinosaurian archosaur Paludititan Paluxysaurus Pampadromaeus[16] Pamparaptor Panamericansaurus Panoplosaurus Panphagia Pantydraco Life restoration of Pachycephalosaurus. “Paraiguanodon” – 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 Patagonykus Patagosaurus “Patricosaurus” – actually a chimera of various non-dinosaurian 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 Petrobrasaurus[17] Phaedrolosaurus Philovenator Phuwiangosaurus Phyllodon Piatnitzkysaurus Picrodon – junior synonym of Avalonianus Pinacosaurus Pisanosaurus Pitekunsaurus Piveteausaurus Planicoxa Plateosauravus Plateosaurus Platyceratops Pleurocoelus – possibly Astrodon Pleuropeltus – junior synonym of Struthiosaurus Pneumatoarthrus – actually a turtle Pneumatoraptor Podokesaurus Poekilopleuron Polacanthoides – junior synonym of Hylaeosaurus Polacanthus Polyodontosaurus – junior synonym of Troodon Polyonax Ponerosteus Poposaurus – actually a non-dinosaurian archosaur Parasaurolophus sketch. 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 Procompsognathus Prodeinodon “Proiguanodon” – nomen nudum; Iguanodon Propanoplosaurus Proplanicoxa Prosaurolophus Protarchaeopteryx Protecovasaurus – actually a non-dinosaurian archosauriform Protiguanodon – junior synonym of Psittacosaurus Protoavis – described as a bird, probably a chimera including theropod dinosaur bones Protoceratops Protognathosaurus “Protognathus” – preoccupied name, now known as Protognathosaurus Protohadros Protorosaurus von Meyer, 1830 – actually a non-dinosaurian 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

Q

Qantassaurus Qiaowanlong Qinlingosaurus Qingxiusaurus Qiupalong Quaesitosaurus Quilmesaurus

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Rachitrema – possibly an ichthyosaur Rahiolisaurus “Rahona” – preoccupied name, now known as Rahonavis Rahonavis – possibly a bird Rajasaurus Rapator Rapetosaurus Raptorex Ratchasimasaurus Rayososaurus Razanandrongobe – may be a theropod or crocodylomorph Rebbachisaurus Regnosaurus “Revueltoraptor” – nomen nudum; junior synonym of Gojirasaurus Revueltosaurus – actually a pseudosuchian Rhabdodon Rhadinosaurus – may be non-dinosaurian, possibly crocodilian Rhodanosaurus – junior synonym of Struthiosaurus Rhoetosaurus Rhopalodon – actually a synapsid Ricardoestesia – intended but unofficial spelling of Richardoestesia Richardoestesia Profile sketch of the head of Rinchenia. “Rileya” – preoccupied name, now known as Rileyasuchus Rileyasuchus – a chimera of phytosaur and Thecodontosaurus remains Rinchenia Rinconsaurus Rioarribasaurus – junior synonym of Coelophysis Riojasaurus Riojasuchus – actually a non-dinosaurian archosaur Rocasaurus “Roccosaurus” – nomen nudum; Melanorosaurus Rubeosaurus Ruehleia Rugops “Rutellum” – pre-Linnaean name, invalid under modern taxonomic systems Ruyangosaurus

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Sacisaurus – probably a dinosauromorph Sahaliyania Saichania “Salimosaurus” – nomen nudum, probably Brachiosaurus or Giraffatitan Saltasaurus Saltopus – probably a dinosauromorph “Saltriosaurus” – nomen nudum “Sanchusaurus” – nomen nudum “Sangonghesaurus” – nomen nudum Sanjuansaurus Sanpasaurus Santanaraptor Sarahsaurus 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”[18] – nomen nudum Sauroposeidon Saurornithoides Saurornitholestes Scansoriopteryx – possible junior synonym of Epidendrosaurus Scaphonyx – actually a rhynchosaur Scelidosaurus Scipionyx Sciurumimus[19] Scleromochlus – actually a non-dinosaurian avemetatarsalian Scolosaurus – junior synonym of Euoplocephalus “Scrotum” – invalid, considered to have been a descriptive label rather than a Linnaean name[20] Scutellosaurus Artist’s restoration of Segisaurus. Secernosaurus Segisaurus Segnosaurus Seismosaurus – junior synonym of Diplodocus Seitaad “Selimanosaurus” – nomen nudum; Dicraeosaurus Sellacoxa Sellosaurus – likely junior synonym of Plateosaurus Serendipaceratops Shamosaurus Shanag Shanshanosaurus – junior synonym of Tarbosaurus Shantungosaurus Shanxia Shanyangosaurus Shaochilong Shenzhouraptor – actually a bird; likely junior synonym of Jeholornis.[21] Shenzhousaurus Shidaisaurus Shixinggia Shuangmiaosaurus Shunosaurus Shuosaurus[6] – misspelling of Shunosaurus Shuvosaurus – actually a rauisuchian Shuvuuia Siamodon Siamosaurus Siamotyrannus Sigilmassasaurus Silesaurus – probably a dinosauromorph Siluosaurus Silvisaurus Similicaudipteryx Sinocalliopteryx Sinoceratops Sinocoelurus “Sinopliosaurus” – material originally classified with pliosaur Sinopliosaurus, now recognized as dinosaurian[22] Sinornithoides Sinornithomimus Sinornithosaurus Sinosauropteryx Sinosaurus Sinotyrannus Sinovenator Sinraptor Sinucerasaurus – junior synonym of Sinusonasus Sinusonasus Artist’s restoration of the giant theropod Spinosaurus. Skorpiovenator “Smilodon” – preoccupied name, now known as Zanclodon Sonidosaurus Sonorasaurus Sphaerotholus Sphenosaurus – actually a non-dinosaurian reptile Sphenospondylus – junior synonym of Iguanodon Spinophorosaurus Spinops Spinosaurus Spinostropheus Spinosuchus – actually a non-dinosaurian reptile 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 Streptospondylus Struthiomimus Struthiosaurus Stygimoloch – possibly a sub-adult Pachycephalosaurus 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 Early sketch of a Struthiomimus. Sulaimanisaurus “Sulaimansaurus”[10] – misspelling of “Sulaimanisaurus” Supersaurus Suuwassea Suzhousaurus Symphyrophus – junior synonym of Camptosaurus Syngonosaurus – junior synonym of Acanthopholis “Syntarsus” – preoccupied name, now known as Megapnosaurus Syrmosaurus – junior synonym of Pinacosaurus “Szechuanoraptor” – nomen nudum Szechuanosaurus

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Talarurus Talenkauen Talos Tangvayosaurus Tanius Tanycolagreus Tanystropheus – actually a prolacertiform archosauromorph Tanystrosuchus – possible junior synonym of Halticosaurus or Liliensternus Tapinocephalus – actually a therapsid Tapuiasaurus[23] Tarascosaurus Tarbosaurus Tarchia Tastavinsaurus Tatankacephalus Tatankaceratops Tatisaurus Taveirosaurus Tawa Tawasaurus – junior synonym of Lufengosaurus Tazoudasaurus Technosaurus – possibly a dinosauromorph Tecovasaurus – actually a non-dinosaurian archosauriform Tehuelchesaurus Teinurosaurus “Teleocrater” – nomen nudum; possibly non-dinosaurian Telmatosaurus “Tenantosaurus” – nomen nudum; Tenontosaurus “Tenchisaurus”[24] – nomen nudum; actually an unpublished museum name for Tianchisaurus Tendaguria Tenontosaurus Teratophoneus Teratosaurus – actually a non-dinosaurian archosaur Termatosaurus – actually a phytosaur, with some Internet sources accidentally transposing species of Tetragonosaurus onto it Tethyshadros Tetragonosaurus – junior synonym of Lambeosaurus Tyrannosaurus skeleton. Texacephale 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 Tianyuraptor Tianzhenosaurus Tichosteus Tienshanosaurus Timimus Titanoceratops Titanosaurus Lydekker, 1877 “Titanosaurus” Marsh, 1877 – preoccupied name, now known as Atlantosaurus Tochisaurus “Tomodon” – preoccupied name, now known as Diplotomodon Tonganosaurus “Tonouchisaurus” – nomen nudum Torilion – junior synonym of Barilium Tornieria Torosaurus – possibly the mature form of Triceratops Torvosaurus Trachodon Traukutitan Trialestes – actually a crocodilian “Triassolestes” – preoccupied name, now known as Trialestes Tribelesodon – actually Tanystropheus, a prolacertiform archosauromorph Triceratops Trigonosaurus Trimucrodon Troodon Tsaagan Tsagantegia Tsintaosaurus “Tsuchikurasaurus” – nomen nudum[25] Tugulusaurus Tuojiangosaurus Turanoceratops Turiasaurus Tylocephale Tylosteus – synonym of Pachycephalosaurus Tyrannosaurus Tyrannotitan “Tyreophorus” – nomen nudum, probably a typographical error for “thyreophoran”

U

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 – nomen nudum; Barsboldia Unaysaurus Unenlagia Unescoceratops “Unicerosaurus” – nomen nudum, actually a fish Unquillosaurus Urbacodon Utahceratops Utahraptor Uteodon[14]

V

Vagaceratops Valdoraptor Valdosaurus Variraptor Life restoration of Velociraptor. Vectensia – junior synonym of Hylaeosaurus Vectisaurus – junior synonym of Iguanodon Velafrons Velocipes Velociraptor Velocisaurus Venaticosuchus – actually a non-dinosaurian archosaur Venenosaurus Veterupristisaurus Vitakridrinda Vitakrisaurus “Vitaridrinda”[10] – misspelling of Vitakridrinda Volkheimeria Vulcanodon

W

Wadhurstia – junior synonym of Hypselospinus Wakinosaurus Walgettosuchus “Walkeria” – preoccupied name, now known as Alwalkeria “Walkersaurus” – nomen nudum; Duriavenator Life restoration of Wintonotitan. “Wangonisaurus” – nomen nudum, probably Brachiosaurus or Giraffatitan Wannanosaurus Wellnhoferia – possible junior synonym of Archaeopteryx Willinakaqe[26] Wintonotitan Wuerhosaurus Wulagasaurus Wyleyia – probably a bird “Wyomingraptor” – nomen nudum

X

Xenoposeidon Xenotarsosaurus Xianshanosaurus Xiaosaurus Artist’s restoration of Xuwulong. Xiaotingia Xinjiangovenator Xiongguanlong Xixianykus Xixiasaurus Xixiposaurus Xuanhanosaurus Xuanhuaceratops “Xuanhuasaurus” – nomen nudum; Xuanhuaceratops Xuwulong[27]

Y

Yaleosaurus – junior synonym of Anchisaurus Yamaceratops Yandusaurus Yangchuanosaurus Yanornis – actually a bird Artist’s restoration of Yunnanosaurus. Yaverlandia Yaxartosaurus[6] – misspelling of Jaxartosaurus “Yezosaurus” – nomen nudum; non-dinosaurian “Yibinosaurus” – nomen nudum Yimenosaurus “Yingshanosaurus” – nomen nudum Yinlong Yixianosaurus “Yizhousaurus” – nomen nudum[28] Yuanmousaurus “Yubasaurus” – nomen nudum; Yandusaurus Yueosaurus Yunnanosaurus “Yunxiansaurus” – nomen nudum Yutyrannus

Z

Zalmoxes Zanabazar Zanclodon – non-dinosaurian (in part), some species referred to Megalosaurus and Plateosaurus Zapalasaurus Zapsalis – junior synonym of Paronychodon Zatomus – actually a non-dinosaurian archosaur Zephyrosaurus Zhejiangosaurus Zhongyuansaurus Zhuchengceratops Zhuchengosaurus – junior synonym of Shantungosaurus Zhuchengtyrannus Zigongosaurus – possible junior synonym of Mamenchisaurus Zizhongosaurus Zuniceratops Zuolong Zupaysaurus