[D] Theiophytalia kerri [sG] [T]
Brill and Carpenter 2006
Ornithischia Ornithopoda (no phylogenetic analysis is presented)
Lower Lytle member of the Purgatoire Formation, Garden of the Gods Park, El Paso County, Colorado, US
Based on the partial skull YPM 1887, which is the specimen used by Marsh to restore the skull of Camptosaurus.
Etymology by Terry Michitsch: From Greek theios; \\\"of the Gods\\\" + Greek phyto- <phyton; \\\"garden\\\" + -alia; pl. of Latin -alis; \\\"of, like or suitable for\\\", alluding to The Garden of the Gods, a geographic feature in eastern Colorado, the region where the type fossil was discovered. T. kerri: Specific name after Mr. James Hutchison Kerr, who found the specimen.
Carpenter & Ishida (2010) Early and “Middle” Cretaceous Iguanodonts in Time and Space Journal of Iberian Geology 36 (2) 145-164
Theiophytalia kerri Brill and Carpenter 2006
Garden of the Gods, Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA
lower part of the Lytle Member, Purgatoire Formation
Aptian-Albian (Mateer, 1987; Tschudy et al., 1984).
Known only from a skull that was originally referred to Camptosaurus amplus.