Genus: Supersaurus JENSEN, 1985
Etymology: Latin, super, “above”, and Greek, sauros, “lizard”: “Super lizard”.
= Dinheirosaurus BONAPARTE & MATEUS, 1999
Etymology: From Porto Dinheiro, the locality where the holotype was collected, and Greek, sauros, “lizard”: Dinheiro lizard.
= Dystylosaurus JENSEN, 1985
Etymology: Greek, di, “two”, Greek, stylos, “beam, and Greek, sauros, lizard: “Two beam lizard”.
= Supersaurus JENSEN, 1972 (nomen nudum)
= Ultrasauros OLSHEVSKY, 1991
Etymology: Latin, ultra, “beyond”, and Greek, sauros, “lizard”: “Ultra lizard”, to replace the preoccupied Utrasaurus Jensen.
= Ultrasaurus JENSEN, 1978 (nomen nudum)
Etymology: Latin, ultra, “beyond”, and Greek, sauros, “lizard”: Ultra lizard”.
= Ultrasaruus JENSEN, 1985 non KIM, 1983

Species: vivianae JENSEN, 1985
Etymology: In honor of Vivian Jones, co-discoverer of all the important Late Jurassic fossil localities on the Uncompahgre Unwarp.
= Barosaurus vivianae (JENSEN, 1985) CURTICE, 2003

Holotype: BYU 9025 (JENSEN's Number BYU 5500)

Locality: Dry Mesa Quarry 1, sec. 23, T.50N, R.14, Mesa County, on the Uncompahgre Plateau, in Western Colorado.

Horizon: Lower Upper Brushy Basin Member, Morrison Formation.

Biostratigraphy: Zone 2.

Age: Lower Part, Comobluffian age, Kimmeridgian Stage, Uppermost Malm Epoch, Late Jurassic.

Material: Left scapulocoracoid.

Referred material:

BYU 12062 (Jensen’s number BYU 5501): Right scapulocoracoid.

BYU 12946 (Jensen’s number BYU 5502): Right ischium

BYU 9024 (Jensen’s number BYU 5503): Mid-cervical vertebra.

BYU 9084 (Jensen’s number BYU 5504): 12 articulated caudal vertebrae.

CURTICE, 1995

BYU 9192, 12639, 12819: 3 caudal vertebrae.

LOVELACE, HARTMAN & WAHL, 2007

BYU 4839, 16679: 2 caudal vertebrae.

BYU 9000: Phalanx.

BYU 9045: Proximal caudal vertebra.

BYU 9077, 9085, 10612, 12861, 13016, 13981: Mid-Caudal vertebra.

BYU 12390: Carpal.

BYU 12424: Right pubis.

BYU 12555: Left ischium.

BYU 4503, 12814: 2 dorsal vertebra.

BYU 12843: Distal proximal caudal.

BYU 12854: Distal proximal caudal.

BYU 13744: Left ulna.

BYU 13018: Left ilium and 4 sacral vertebrae.

BYU 17462: Anterior caudal vertebra.

 

LOVELACE, HARTMAN & WAHL, 2005

Locality: Jimbo Quarry, south of Douglas, Converse County, East-Central Wyoming.

Horizon: Lower Upper Brushy Basin Member, Morrison Formation.

Biostratigraphy: Zone 2.

Age: Lower Part, Comobluffian age, Kimmeridgian Stage, Uppermost Malm Epoch, Late Jurassic.

Material:

WDC-DMJ021: Fragmentary skeleton.

Note: Apatosauriane?

 

= Ultrasauros macintoshi (JENSEN, 1985) OLSHEVSKY, 1991
Etymology: In honor of John S. McIntosh, an enthusiastic, indefatigable student of sauropods, who encourages everyone to greater effort in their behalf.
= Ultrasaurus macintoshi JENSEN, 1985
= Ultrasaurus mcintoshi MILLER, BAER, STADTMAN & BRIT, 1991 (sic)

Holotype: BYU 9044 (Jensen’s number BYU 5000)

Locality: Dry Mesa Quarry 1, sec. 23, T.50N, R.14, Mesa County, on the Uncompahgre Plateau, in Western Colorado.

Horizon: Lower Upper Brushy Basin Member, Morrison Formation.

Biostratigraphy: Zone 2.

Age: Lower Part, Comobluffian age, Kimmeridgian Stage, Uppermost Malm Epoch, Late Jurassic.

Material: Posterior dorsal vertebrae.

 


= Dystylosaurus edwini JENSEN, 1985 (as per CURTICE, 2001)
Etymology: In honor of the late Daniel Edwin (Eddie) Johnes, who, with his wife, Vivian, brought more new dinosaur taxa to science than any other two amateurs while providing 20 years of logistic support for fieldwork on the Uncompahgre “Plateau”.

Holotype: BYU 5750

Locality: Dry Mesa Quarry 1, sec. 23, T.50N, R.14, Mesa County, on the Uncompahgre Plateau, in Western Colorado.

Horizon: Lower Upper Brushy Basin Member, Morrison Formation.

Biostratigraphy: Zone 2.

Age: Lower Part, Comobluffian age, Kimmeridgian Stage, Uppermost Malm Epoch, Late Jurassic.

Material: Anterior dorsal vertebra.

 

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Species: lourinhanensis (BONAPARTE & MATEUS, 1999) TSCHOPP, MATEUS, & BENSON, 2015
Etymology: From Lourinha, name of the Municipality where the holotype was found.
= Dinheirosaurus lourinhanensis BONAPARTE & MATEUS, 1999

Holotype: Museu da Lourinha, Paleontology, ML414

Locality: Porto Dinherio, on the half height of the coastal cliff, near Lourinha, Estremadura Province, Portugal.

Horizon: Upper section of the Camadas de Alcobaca Formation (= “Formacao da Lourinha”).

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Late Kimmeridgian Stage, Middle Malm Epoch, Late Jurassic.

Material: Cervical 13, and 14, 9 rather complete, articulated dorsal vertebrae, 7 fragmentary centra, some incomplete neural arches, 12 dorsal ribs, and fragmentary appendicular bones.