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What is Turiasauria?

Pronunciation: TOO-ree-uh-SOR-ee-uh
Author: Royo-Torres, Cobos and Alcalá
Year: 2006
Meaning: Turia lizards
Locomotion: Quadrupedal (four legs)
Synonyms: None known
Definition
All eusauropods more closely related to Turiasaurus riodevensis than to Saltasaurus loricatus.
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Further reading
• Rafael Royo-Torres, Alberto Cobos, and Luis Alcalá (2006) "A giant European dinosaur and a new sauropod clade".
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Atkinson, L. "DinoChecker FAQ entry :: What is Turiasauria?"
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