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The Mesozoic Era (248 - 65 million years ago) Ages of the Mesozoic Era
Triassic Period
248 - 206 mya
First dinosaurs and mammals
Jurassic Period
206-144 mya
Many dinosaurs and the first birds
Cretaceous Period
144-65 mya
First flowering plants, the height of the dinosaurs. Ends in huge extinction.
Early - Middle
248-227 mya
Late
227-206 mya
Early
(Lias)

206-180 mya
Middle
(Dogger)

180-154 mya
Late
(Malm)

154-144 mya
Early
(Neocomian)

144-127 mya
Middle
(Gallic)

127-89 mya
Late
(Senonian)

89-65 mya

DINOSAURS IN THE MID-CRETACEOUS PERIOD: 127-89 million years ago (mya).
Plant eaters are in green; meat eaters are in red.
Africa











Africa











Africa
  • Aegyptosaurus- A Titanosaurid (a long-necked sauropod) 50 feet (15 m) long from Egypt, 100-95 mya.
  • Astrodon- a brachiosaurid sauropod (a long-necked plant-eater) 30 feet (9-10 m) long from Maryland, USA, and west Africa, 130-120 mya.
  • Bahariasaurus - a theropod (meat-eater) from Egypt, 20 ft (6 m) long, 105-95 mya.
  • Carcharodontosaurus - a huge carnosaur (bipedal meat-eater), 110-90 million years ago from north Africa.
  • Erectopus - a megalosaurid theropod (meat-eater) from France, Portugal, and Egypt, 113-97.5 mya.
  • Kangnasaurus - an ornithopod (plant-eater), 7 ft (2 m) long, from South Africa, 145-97.5 mya.
  • Ouranosaurus Ouranosaurus - A sail-backed plant-eater with thumb-spikes (an iguanodontid), from Niger, Africa, 115 mya.
  • Paralititan - a huge sauropod, a plant-eater from Egypt, about 100 mya.
  • Rebbachisaurus- a large, diplodocid sauropod (a whip-tailed, long-necked plant-eater) 68 feet (20 m) long from Morocoo and Niger, 113-97.5 mya.
  • Spinosaurus - A large, sail-backed carnosaur (bipedal meat-eater), from Egypt, 98-95 million years ago.
  • SuchomimusSuchomimus - a Cretaceous spinosaurid theropod, 36 feet (11 m) long, from about 100 million years ago. From Niger, Africa.
Asia











Asia











Asia











Asia
  • Alectrosaurus - a tyrannosaurid (huge, bipedal meat-eater) 30 feet (9 m) long from Mongolia, 90 mya.
  • Altirhinus - a large, duck-billed, plant-eater from Mongolia, 120-100 mya
  • Amtosaurus- an ankylosaur (an armored, club-tailed, plant-eater) 25 feet (7.5 m) long from Mongolia, 95-85 mya.
  • Aralosaurus - a 30 ft (9 m) long duck-billed dinosaur (a hadrosaur) from Kazakhstan, 90-85 mya.
  • Archaeornithomimus- a small, bird-like meat-eater (an ornithomimid) with three fingers from China, 90 mya.
  • Asiaceratops- a small, primitive ceratopsian (a frilled plant-eater) 7 feet (2 m) long from Central Asia, 95 mya.
  • Bactrosaurus- a primitive, lambeosaurine duck-bill (a crested, plant-eater) 20 feet (6 m) long from Mongolia, 97-85 mya.
  • Beipiaosaurus a plant-eating theropod 7.3 ft (2.2 m) long from China, 130-120 million years ago
  • Caudipteryx zoui- a small, bird-like, non-flying, late Jurassic - early Cretaceous theropod with feathers, including a generous tail fan of long feathers- from China, 136-120 million years ago.
  • Chilantaisaurus - a big theropod (bipedal meat-eater) from Mongolia, China, and Siberia, 113-97 mya.
  • Cionodon - a horse-sized duck-billed dinosaur (a hadrosaurid) from Alberta, Canada and Russia, 97.5-65 mya.
  • Enigmosaurus - a meat-eater (21-23 ft (6.5-7 m) long;) from Mongolia, 97-88 mya.
  • Erlikosaurus - a meat-eater 16-20 ft (5-6 m) long from Mongolia, 97.5-88.5 mya.
  • Garudimimus - a beaked Ornithomimid, an omnivore,12 feet (3.5 m) long from the Gobi Desert, Mongolia, 97.5-88.5 mya.
  • Harpymimus - a theropod (bipedal meat-eater) 12 ft (3.5 m) long, from Mongolia, 119-97.5 mya.
  • Heishansaurus- an ankylosaur (an armored, plant-eater) from China, 97.5-65 mya.
  • Hironosaurus - a large, duckbilled dinosaur (a hadrosaur, a beaked plant-eater) from Japan, 97.5 - 65 mya.
  • Hisanohamasaurus - a diplodocid sauropod (whip-tailed plant-eater) from Japan, 97.5 - 65 mya. Known only from some teeth.
  • Iguanodon - 135-125 million years old. From England, Asia, western USA.
  • Itemirus - a poorly-known theropod (bipedal meat-eater) from Mongolia, 90 mya.
  • Jaxartosaurus - a large, duckbilled dinosaur (a hadrosaur, a beaked plant-eater) 30 ft (9 m), from Japan, 91 - 83 mya.
  • Jinzhousaurus - an iguanodontid from China, 128-121 mya
  • Kagasaurus - a large theropod (bipedal meat-eater), from Japan, 135-100 mya.
  • Katsuyamasaurus - a large theropod (bipedal meat-eater), from Japan, 145-97.5 mya.
  • Kelmayisaurus - a large theropod (bipedal meat-eater), from China, 119-97.5 mya.
  • Kitadanisaurus - a small theropod (bipedal meat-eater), from Japan, 144-97.5 mya.
  • Liaoningosaurus - an ankylosaur with a bony plate protecting its abdomen (from China).
  • Maleevus - an ankylosaurid (armored plant-eaters), 20 ft (5 ) long, from Mongolia, 97.5-88.5 mya.
  • Megacervixosaurus - a diplodocid sauropod (whip-tailed plant-eater) from China, 97.5 - 65 mya. Known only from some teeth and vertebrae.
  • Microdontosaurus - a sauropod (large, long-necked plant-eater) from China, 98 - 65 mya. Known only from some tiny teeth.
  • Microhadrosaurus - a small duck-billed dinosaur (beaked plant-eater), 8.75 ft (2.6 m) long, from China, 97.5-65 mya.
  • Mongolosaurus - a poorly-known sauropod (a large, long-necked plant-eater) from South Korea, 144-97.5 mya.
  • Probactrosaurus - an iguanodontid (a thumb-spiked plant-eater) 20 ft (6 m) long, from China, 97.5-91 mya.
  • Prodeinodon - a poorly-known theropod (bipedal meat-eater) from Mongolia, China 119-113 mya. Based on a partial tooth.
  • Protarchaeopteryx robusta-- a small, bird-like, non-flying, late Jurassic - early Cretaceous theropod with feathers- from China, 136-120 million years ago.
  • Psittacosaurus - a ceratopsian (horned, frilled plant-eater) 6.5 feet (2 m) long from Asia, 95-90 mya.
  • Sauroplites -an ankylosaur (armored, tank-like plant-eater) from Mongolia, China, 145 to 97.5 mya. A doubtful genus.
  • Segnosaurus - a theropod (meat-eater) 13 to 30 feet (4-9 m) long, from Mongolia, 97.5-88.5 mya.
  • Shamosaurus -an ankylosaurid (armored, tank-like plant-eater) from Mongolia, 119 to 97.5 mya.
  • Sinornithoides -a turkey-sized, omnivorous troodontid from Mongolia, 110 to 100 mya.
  • Sinosauropteryx - a small, bird-like, non-flying, late Jurassic - early Cretaceous theropod with feathers- from China, 121 million years ago.
  • Stegosaurides - a poorly-known ornithischian (plant-eater) from NW China, 97.5-65 mya.
  • Talarurus- an ankylosaurid (an armored, club-tailed, plant-eater) 16 feet (5 m) long, from Mongolia, 97.5-88.5 mya.
  • Turanoceratops- a small ceratopsian (a horned, frilled, plant-eater) from Russia, 97.5-65 mya.
  • Ultrasaurus - a poorly-known sauropod (a large, long-necked plant-eater) from South Korea, 145-113 mya. (NOT THE SAME AS ULTRASAUROS.)
  • Wuerhosaurus - a stegosaurid (plated plant-eater) 25-37 ft (7-8 m) long, from China, 138-125 mya.
Australia
  • Atlascopcosaurus - an ornithopod (a plant-eater) 6.5-20 ft (2-3 m) long, from SE Australia, 114-110 mya.
  • Austrosaurus- a 50 feet (15 m) long sauropod from Queensland, Australia 113-98 mya, a quadrupedal plant-eater. This was the second sauropod found in Australia.
  • Kakuru - a theropod (meat-eater) 8 ft(2.4 m), from South Australia, 119-113 mya.
  • Leaellynasaura - an ornithopod (plant-eater) 10 ft (3 m) long, from Australia, 115-110 mya.
  • Minmi - an unusual nodosaurid ankylosaur (armored plant-eater with a clubbed tail), 10 feet (3 m) long, from Australia, 119-113 mya.
  • Muttaburrasaurus - an iguanodontid ornithopod (a thumb-spiked plant-eater) 24 ft (7 m) long, from Australia, 113-97.5 mya.
  • Rapator - a poorly-known theropod (bipedal meat-eater) from Australia, 113-97.5 mya. Known from only a tail vertebrae. A doubtful genus known from a toe bone.
  • Walgettosuchus - a theropod (bipedal meat-eater) from Australia, 119-113 mya. Known from only a tail vertebrae.
Europe











Europe











Europe
During the late Cretaceous, Europe was very wet, consisting of islands and swamps.
  • Acanthopholis - An plant-eating, armored dinosaur from 115-91 million years old. From England.
  • Anoplosaurus - an iguanodontid (a plant-eater with thumb spikes) from England, 98 mya.
  • Aragosaurus- a camarasaurid (a sauropod, a plant-eater) 60 feet (18 m) long from Spain, 130-120 mya.
  • Baryonyx Baryonyx - a large, unusual theropod (bipedal fish-eater) with long snout and long claws. From England, 125 mya.
  • Becklespinax - a 15 ft (5 m) long theropod (bipedal meat-eater) from England, 125 mya.
  • Calamosaurus - a small, poorly-known theropod (bipedal meat-eater) from England, 125-118 mya.
  • Calamospondylus - a small, poorly-known theropod (bipedal meat-eater) from England, 125 mya.
  • Chondrosteosaurus- a large camarasaurid sauropod (a plant-eater with a box-like head) long from England, 131-119 mya.
  • Crataeomus - a poorly-known nodosaurid ankylosaur (armored, quadrupedal plant-eater) from Hungary, 91-88.5 mya.
  • Craterosaurus- a poorly-known stegosaurid (a plated plant-eater with a small head), from England, 138-125 mya.
  • Eotyrannus - a tyrannosaurid theropod (meat-eater) from Isle of Wight, England, 120 to 125 mya.
  • Erectopus - a megalosaurid theropod (meat-eater) from France, Portugal, and Egypt, 113-97.5 mya.
  • Hylaeosaurus - an early ankylosaurid (armored plant-eater) from England, 135-119 mya.
  • Hypsilophodon Hypsilophodon - a hypsilophodontid ornithischian (a fast-moving, bipedal plant-eater) 7.5 ft (2.3 m) long, from England and Spain, 125 mya.
  • Iguanodon - an ornithopod (plant-eater) 33 ft (10 m) long. From England, Asia, western US, 135-110 million years ago. It was the second dinosaur ever described.
  • Leipsanosaurus - a poorly-known nodosaurid ankylosaur (armored, quadrupedal plant-eater) from Transylvania, Romania, 91-88.5 mya.
  • Macrurosaurus- a large titanosaurid sauropod (a plant-eater with some armor)40 ft (12 m) long, from England, 138-95 mya.
  • Oplosaurus- a large brachiosaurid sauropod (a long-necked, long-tailed plant-eater with long front legs) long from the Isle of Wight, England, 138-125 mya.
  • Ornitholdesmus - a small, poorly-known theropod (meat-eater) from England, 125-119 mya.
  • Pelorosaurus - a sauropod (long-necked, long-tailed plant-eater) 80 ft ( 24 m) long, from England and Portugal, 138-112 mya.
  • Scipionyx - a tiny theropod whose incredible fossil contains rare imprints of soft tissue - from Italy 113 million years ago.
  • Valdoraptor - a large theropod (meat-eater) from England, 125-119 mya.
  • Valdosaurus - a medium-sized dryosaurid (plant-eater) from England and Romania, 144-113 mya.
  • Vectensia - a nodosaurid ankylosaur (armored, quadrupedal plant-eater) from England, 97-65 mya.
  • Wyleyia - a poorly-known theropod (perhaps) from England, 129-119 mya.
  • Yaverlandia - a pachycephalosaur (thick-skulled, bipedal plant-eater) from England, 125-119 mya.
India
  • Dryptosauroids - a poorly-known theropod (bipedal meat-eater), from India, 97.5 -65 mya.
  • Orthogoniosaurus - a poorly-known theropod (bipedal meat-eater), from India, 95 -65 mya. Only a tooth was found.
North America















North America
  • Acrocanthosaurus - a sail-backed Allosaurid (meat-eater) 30 feet (9 m) long. From Oklahoma and Texas, USA, 115-105 mya.
  • Astrodon - a sauropod (a long-necked plant-eater) 33 ft (10 m) long, from Maryland, USA, and Niger, Africa, 130-120 mya.
  • Cionodon - a horse-sized duck-billed dinosaur (a hadrosaurid, a plant-eater) from Alberta, Canada and Russia, 97.5-65 mya.
  • Deinonychus - a theropod (bipedal meat-eater) with a big, sickle-like claw on each foot. From the western USA (Montana and Wyoming), 110-100 mya.
  • Diplotomodon - a large theropod (a bipedal meat eater). From New Jersey, USA, 97.5-65 mya.
  • Hoplitosaurus - a nodosaurid ankylosaur (an armored plant-eater) from South Dakota, USA, 135-119 mya.
  • Iguanodon - 135-125 million years old. From England, Europe, Asia, western USA.
  • Microvenator - a turkey-sized theropod (bipedal meat-eater), 4 ft. (1.2 m) long, from Montana, USA, 119-113 mya.
  • Nodosaurus - a nodosaurid ankylosaur (an armored plant-eater), 20 ft. (6 m) long, from Kansas and Wyoming, USA, 113-98.5 mya.
  • A HREF="/subjects/dinosaurs/glossary/indexo.shtml#Oryctodromeus">Oryctodromeus cubicularis - an ornithopod (a small, fast-moving, burrowing plant-eater), 4.3 ft. (1.2 m) long, from Montana, USA, 95 mya.
  • Pawpawsaurus- a nodosaurid ankylosaur (an armored plant-eater), Texas, USA, 97 mya.
  • Pleurocoelus - a brachiosaurid sauropod (a long-necked, plant-eater) 30 ft (8.8 m) long, from Maryland and Texas, USA, 131-119 mya.
  • Protohadros - the earliest-known duckbilled dinosaur (beaked plant-eater), from Texas, USA, 95.5 mya.
  • Sauropelta - a nodosaurid ankylosaurid (an armored, plant-eater), 19 ft (6 m) long, from Montana and Wyoming, USA, 116-91 mya.
  • Sauroposeidon- a huge brachiosaurid sauropod 60 ft long, from Oklahoma, USA, 110 mya.
  • Silvisaurus - a nodosaurid ankylosaur (an armored plant-eater) 11 ft (3.25 m) long, from Kansas, USA, 116-113 mya.
  • Sonorasaurus- a large sauropod 50 ft long, from Arizona, USA, 99-112 mya.
  • Tenontosaurus - ornithopod (plant-eater) 23 feet (7 m) long. From Montana Oklahoma, Texas, Utah, Wyoming USA, 116-113 mya.
  • Utahraptor - a meat-eater 20 ft (6.5 m) long, from Utah, USA,125 mya.
  • Zephyrosaurus - a plant-eater (Hypsilophontod) 6 ft (1.8 m) long from Montana. USA, 119-113 mya.
  • Zuniceratops - a ceratopsian (plant-eater) from New Mexico, USA, USA, 84-71 mya.
South America
  • Alvarezsaurus, a lightly-built, bird-like, bipedal theropod 6 feet (2 m) long, long from Argentina.
  • Argentinosaurus, a huge sauropod 130+ feet (40 m) long long from Argentina, this may be the largest dinosaur.
  • Campylodoniscus- a large sauropod (long-necked plant-eater) from Argentina, 97-85 mya.
  • Carnotaurus - a horned theropod (bipedal meat-eater) 25 ft (7.5 m) long, from Patagonia, Argentina, 113 -91 mya.
  • Clasmosaurus - a large sauropod (a long-necked plant-eater) from Argentina, 95 mya.
  • Genyodectes - a poorly-known theropod (bipedal meat-eater) from Argentina.
  • Giganotosaurus Giganotosaurus - the largest known meat-eater! Found in Argentina in 1994. About 100 million years old.
  • Loricosaurus- a large titanosaurid sauropod (long-necked plant-eater with armor) from Argentina, 95-90 mya.
  • Microsaurops- a relatively small titanosaurid sauropod (long-necked plant-eater with armor), from Argentina, 97.5-65 mya.
  • Neuquensaurus- a large, titanosaurid sauropod (long-necked plant-eater with armor), from Argentina, 97.5-65 mya.
  • Santanaraptor - A theropod (bipedal meat-eater) from Brazil, 112 to 99 million years ago.
  • Unenlagia - A very bird-like dinosaur, a small theropod (bipedal meat-eater) from Argentina, 90 million years old.



ZoomDinosaurs.com
The Mesozoic Era (248 - 65 million years ago) Ages of the Mesozoic Era
Triassic Period
248 - 206 mya
First dinosaurs and mammals
Jurassic Period
206-144 mya
Many dinosaurs and the first birds
Cretaceous Period
144-65 mya
First flowering plants, the height of the dinosaurs. Ends in huge extinction.
Early - Middle
248-227 mya
Late
227-206 mya
Early
(Lias)

206-180 mya
Middle
(Dogger)

180-154 mya
Late
(Malm)

154-144 mya
Early
(Neocomian)

144-127 mya
Middle
(Gallic)

127-89 mya
Late
(Senonian)

89-65 mya



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