Systematik der Dinosaurier

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Die Dinosaurier sind ein Taxon der Archosaurier innerhalb der Reptilien (Reptilia). Gemeinsam mit ihrer Schwestergruppe, den Flugsauriern (Pterosauria), bilden sie das Taxon der Ornithodira. Diese Systematik der Dinosaurier wurde nach den unter Literatur, Einzelnachweise und Weblinks aufgeführten Quellen erstellt.

Evolution der Dinosaurier

Vogelbeckendinosaurier (Ornithischia)[Bearbeiten]

Heterodontosauridae[Bearbeiten]

Stegosauria[Bearbeiten]

Ankylosauria[Bearbeiten]

Pachycephalosauria[Bearbeiten]

Ceratopsia[Bearbeiten]

Ornithopoda[Bearbeiten]

Echsenbeckendinosaurier (Saurischia)[Bearbeiten]

Prosauropoda[Bearbeiten]

Sauropoda[Bearbeiten]

Theropoda[Bearbeiten]

Coelophysoidea[Bearbeiten]

Ceratosauria[Bearbeiten]

Spinosauroidea (Megalosauroidea)[Bearbeiten]

Carnosauria[Bearbeiten]

Tyrannosauroidea[Bearbeiten]

Ornithomimosauria[Bearbeiten]

Therizinosauroidea[Bearbeiten]

Alvarezsauroidea[Bearbeiten]

Oviraptorosauria[Bearbeiten]

Troodontidae[Bearbeiten]

Dromaeosauridae[Bearbeiten]

Avialae (Vögel i. w. S.)[Bearbeiten]

Siehe auch: Biologische Systematik, Systematik der Vögel, Gefiederte Dinosaurier

Literatur[Bearbeiten]

Weblinks[Bearbeiten]

Einzelnachweise[Bearbeiten]

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