A New Species of Saurolophine Hadrosaurid Dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous of the Pacific Coast of North America

@inproceedings{Prietomrquez2011ANS,
  title={A New Species of Saurolophine Hadrosaurid Dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous of the Pacific Coast of North America},
  author={Albert Prieto-m{\'A}rquez and Jonathan R. Wagner},
  year={2011}
}
We describe and re-evaluate the systematics of specimens from the Maastrichtian Moreno Formation of California (western USA) as a new species of Saurolophus, the only known genus of hadrosaurid dinosaur widespread in Asia and North America. Recognition of this new species adds substantially to the record of the taxonomic diversity of these animals west of the Rocky Mountains. The new species, Saurolophus morrisi, is diagnosed by the possession of a postorbital having ornamentation in form of… 
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