AnkylosauriaDinosauriaEurypodaGenasauriaLate CretaceousNodosauridaeNorth AmericaOrnithischiaThyreophora

“Ferropectis brysorum”

Dinosaur: "Ferropectis brysorum"

Type: Ankylosaur

Length*: 5.5 m 18.0 ft
Weight*: 1.2 tons 2,646 lb
*The largest known specimen

ESR: 2 / 4 (estimated size reliability)


Epoch: Late Cretaceous
Stage: Cenomanian


Status: nomen ex dissertatione
Autor: Clemens
Year: 2018
Area: North America
Country: USA
Region: Texas
Formation: Eagle Ford Group


Material: Partial skeleton with skull.
References: Clemens (2018). An Early Late Cretaceous Nodosaur from the Marine Eagle Ford Group of North Central Texas, a Test of the Endothermy in the Mosasaurs from the Late Cretaceous of Angola, and the Ontogeny of a New Pipid Frog from the Miocene of Ethiopia.


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