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Lockley and Harris (2011) suggested Evazoum was made by a sauropodomorph, but again the resemblances are all symplesiomorphies below the level of the Dinosauria.
Scientists had realised that the fossilised bones of giant reptiles represented the remains of a group of extinct animals, but Sir Richard was first to name them Dinosauria in 1842.
Example 1: The name Dinosauria was coined by Owen for the taxa Megalosaurus, Iguanodon, and Hylaeosaurus, and traditionally the taxon designated by that name has included these and certain other non-volant reptiles.
Implications of the Newark Supergroup-based astrochronology and geomagnetic polarity time scale (Newark-APTS) for the tempo and mode of the early diversification of the Dinosauria.
Other prehistoric collectibles in the multi-million dollar auction include Moon and Mars rocks, platinum and gold nuggets, and many other fine minerals, dinosauria, meteorites and fossils.
As of 1990, when the first edition of a comprehensive reference book entitled The Dinosauria (David B.
DinoSimulator tickets are available at the Dinosauria III site and are on a first come first serve basis.