[N] 2009 Daxiatitan binglingi
You, H.-L., Li, D.-Q., Zhou, L.-Q., and Ji, Q. 2008. Daxiatitan binglingi: a giant sauropod dinosaur from the Early Cretaceous of China. Gansu Geology 17(4):1-10.
Abstract: A new sauropod dinosaur, Daxiatitan binglingi gen. et sp. nov., discovered from the Lower Cretaceous Hekou Group of Lanzhou Basin, Gansu Province, northwestern China, is unique in having neomorphic structures in its femur, with the femoral distal condyles beveled ~10° dorsolaterally with respect to femoral shaft and the femoral distal condyles directed caudomedially-craniolaterally in distal view, implying a strongly outwardly walking style. The enormous cervical vertebrae of Daxiatitan mark it among the largest dinosaurs in China. Cladistic analysis recovers Daxiatitan as a basal titanosaurian sauropod.