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What is Eurypoda?

Definition, Sereno 1986:

"Ankylosaurus magniventris, Stegosaurus stenops, their most recent common ancestor and all descendents".

Eurypoda is Thyreophora without the basal (non ankylosaurid, non stegosaurid) thyreophorans.
References
• Richard J. Butler, Paul Upchurch and David B. Norman (2008) "The phylogeny of the ornithischian dinosaurs".
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