Systematik vo de Dinosauria

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De Dinosauria san Reptilien, de wo zua Gruppn vo de Archosauria ghean. Zamm mit de Flugsauria buidns de Gruppn vo de Ornithodira.

Evolution vo de Dinosauria

Vogelbeckendinosauria (Ornithischia)[VE | Weakln]

Heterodontosauridae[VE | Weakln]

Stegosauria[VE | Weakln]

Ankylosauria[VE | Weakln]

Pachycephalosauria[VE | Weakln]

Ceratopsia[VE | Weakln]

Ornithopoda[VE | Weakln]

Echsenbeckendinosaurier (Saurischia)[VE | Weakln]

Prosauropoda[VE | Weakln]

Sauropoda[VE | Weakln]

Theropoda[VE | Weakln]

Coelophysoidea[VE | Weakln]

Ceratosauria[VE | Weakln]

Spinosauroidea[VE | Weakln]

Carnosauria[VE | Weakln]

Tyrannosauroidea[VE | Weakln]

Ornithomimosauria[VE | Weakln]

Therizinosauroidea[VE | Weakln]

Alvarezsauroidea[VE | Weakln]

Oviraptorosauria[VE | Weakln]

Troodontidae[VE | Weakln]

Dromaeosauridae[VE | Weakln]

Avialae (Vegl i. w. S.)[VE | Weakln]

Literadua[VE | Weakln]

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