Sauropoda


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Noun1.Sauropoda - any of the sauropod dinosaursSauropoda - any of the sauropod dinosaurs  
animal order - the order of animals
Sauropodomorpha, suborder Sauropodomorpha - gigantic herbivorous dinosaurs having huge bodies with long necks and small heads: Prosauropoda and Sauropoda (apatosaurus, diplodocus and titanosaurs)
sauropod, sauropod dinosaur - very large herbivorous dinosaur of the Jurassic and Cretaceous having a small head a long neck and tail and five-toed limbs; largest known land animal
genus Apatosaurus, genus Brontosaurus - large quadrupedal herbivorous dinosaurs with very long neck and tail; late Jurassic
genus Barosaurus - huge quadrupedal herbivorous dinosaur; late Jurassic
genus Diplodocus - a reptile genus of the suborder Sauropoda
family Titanosauridae, Titanosauridae - herbivorous dinosaurs of the Cretaceous
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In the Lusitanian Basin (Portugal), Sauropoda is a wellrepresented group recorded from the Upper Jurassic to the uppermost Cretaceous (Sauvage, 1897-98; Lapparent and Zbyszewski, 1957; Dantas, 1990; Antunes and Mateus, 2003).
Until now, remains of sauropoda - one of the most diverse and geographically widespread species of herbivorous dinosaurs - had been recovered from all continental landmasses, except Antarctica.
Until now, remains of sauropoda -- one of the most diverse and geographically widespread species of herbivorous dinosaurs -- had been recovered from all continental landmasses, except Antarctica.
x Podcnemidae x Crocodylomorpha Itasuchus jesuinoi x Peirosaurus tormini x Uberabasuchus terrificus x Dinosauria Sauropoda Titanosauria "Titanosauridae" A x "Titanosauridae" B x "Titanosauridae" C x "Titanosaurinae" x x "Titanosaurus" x Aeolosaurus sp.
X Sauropoda Titanosauria Lirainosaurus astibiae X X X Ornithischia Ornithopoda Ornithopoda indet.
The main goal of this paper is to provide a detailed description of the youngest sauropod tracks from the Cretaceous of Portugal, discussing their assignment within Sauropoda and emphasizing their importance due to the scarcity of narrowgauge trackways during the Cretaceous.