[N] 2011 Huaxiaosaurus aigahtens
Zhao, X., Wang, K. && Li, D. (2011) A new genus and species of hadrosaur from China, claimed to be distinct from Shandongosaurus and Zhuchengosaurus Geological Bulletin of China 30(11):1671-1688
Huaxiaosaurus aigahtens Zhao, gen. & sp. nov. was a mild herbivorous dinosaur that lived in Zhucheng of Shandong Province in Late Mesozoic 100 Ma ago. The specimen of Huaxiaosaurus aigahtens 11.3m in height and 18.7m in length is a skeleton assembled by many parts collected from several individuals of the same species. It was the tallest individual among the ornithopods. It had short forelimbs and tough hind legs, and it is another new finding after the discovery of the giant Shandongosaurus and Zhuchengosaurus.
Locality and horizon: Xingezhuang Formation, Wangshi Series, Shandong, China Cretaceous Late Campanian
Allmost compleet skeleton and skull assembled by parts collected from several individuals of the same species. Huaxiagnathus is perhaps a large species of Shantungosaurus.
16 cervicals 21 dorsals 10 sacrals (Shantungosaurus giganteus has 9) 81 caudals