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- considered valid today. Megalosaurus was, in 1824, the first genus of non-avian dinosaur to be validly named. The type species is Megalosaurus bucklandii, named...
- complete specimen became the holotype of a new species in the genus Megalosaurus, named M. wetherilli by Samuel P. Welles in 1954. Welles found a larger...
- Depéret and Savornin (1925) as representing a new taxon, which they named Megalosaurus saharicus and later categorized in the subgenus Dryptosaurus. Some years...
- bone, and part of a backbone, ****igning it to a new species of Megalosaurus: Megalosaurus parkeri. The specific name honours W. Parker who in the nineteenth...
- often been confused with or included in Megalosaurus. In 1923, Friedrich von Huene named Megalosaurus nethercombensis from a partial skeleton (OUM...
- Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1. Depéret referred these fossils to the genus Megalosaurus, which at the time was a wastebasket taxon containing any number of unrelated...
- is Megalosaurus bucklandii, first named and described in 1824 by William Buckland after multiple finds in Stonesfield, Oxfordshire, UK. Megalosaurus was...
- 2009-11-04. Retrieved 2009-11-04.  Woodward, A. S. (1910). "On a Skull of Megalosaurus from the Great Oolite of Minchinhampton (Gloucestershire)". Quarterly...
- excavated in England. The type species is D. hesperis, formerly known as Megalosaurus hesperis. Duriavenator lived during the Bajocian stage, around 170 million...
- Middle Jur****ic to the Late Cretaceous period. The group is defined as Megalosaurus bucklandii and all taxa sharing a more recent common ancestor with it...
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