Texasetes

Texasetes meaning Texas resident) was a quadrupedal, long-tailed, armored, plant-eating dinosaur from the middle Cretacaeous period , roughly 112-99 million years ago. This ankylosaurid was about 8-10 feet (2.5-3 m) long. Fossils of this dinosaur were found in Texas, USA. The type species is T. pleurohalio. Texasetes was named by Coombs in 1995.
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Texasetes

Texasetes (meaning `Texas resident`) is a genus of ankylosaurian dinosaur from the late Lower Cretaceous of North America. This poorly known genus has been recovered from the Paw Paw Formation (late Albian) near Haslet, Tarrant County Texas, which has also produced the nodosaurid ankylosaur Pawpawsaurus. Texasetes is estimated to have been 2.5-3..
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