Dromaeosaurus albertensis Matthew and Brown 1922 (coelurosaur)

Reptilia - Avetheropoda - Dromaeosauridae

Full reference: W. D. Matthew and B. Brown. 1922. The family Deinodontidae, with notice of a new genus from the Cretaceous of Alberta. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 46(6):367-385

Belongs to Dromaeosaurus according to D. W. Larson and P. J. Currie 2013

See also Bell and Currie 2016, Bever and Norell 2009, Brinkman et al. 1998, Brown and Druckenmiller 2011, Burnham et al. 2000, Colbert and Russell 1969, Currie 1992, Currie 1995, Currie 1997, Currie 2000, Currie 2005, Currie et al. 1990, Currie and Varricchio 2004, DePalma et al. 2015, Eberth et al. 2001, Gauthier 1986, Godefroit et al. 2008, Godefroit et al. 2009, Gong et al. 2012, Huene 1927, Jasinski 2011, Kiernan and Schwimmer 2004, Larsson 2001, Le Loeuff and Buffetaut 1998, Longrich 2008, Longrich 2008, Longrich and Currie 2009, Makovicky and Norell 1998, Mallon et al. 2016, Matthew and Brown 1922, Molnar 1974, Molnar 1978, Norell and Makovicky 2004, Norell et al. 2009, Osmólska 1996, Osmólska et al. 1972, Ostrom 1969, Paul 1988, Peng et al. 2001, Prieto-Marquez et al. 2012, Rauhut 2003, Rich et al. 1983, Russell 1930, Russell 1964, Sankey et al. 2002, Senter et al. 2004, Steel 1970, Stromer 1934, Sues 1977, Sues 1978, Torices et al. 2008, Torices et al. 2015, Turner et al. 2007, Williamson and Brusatte 2014 and Wolberg 1980

Sister taxa: none

Type specimen: AMNH 5356, a skull. Its type locality is right bank, Sand Creek (150 ft level) [AMNH], which is in a Campanian terrestrial horizon in the Dinosaur Park Formation of Canada.

Ecology: ground dwelling carnivore

Distribution:

• Cretaceous of Canada (10: Alberta collections), United States (9: Alaska, Montana)

Total: 19 collections each including a single occurrence

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