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Temporal range: Late Jurassic
Camarasaurus supremus
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Order: Saurischia
Suborder: Sauropodomorpha
Family: Camarasauridae
Cope, 1877
Type species
Camarasaurus supremus
Cope, 1877
  • Morosauridae Marsh, 1882

Camarasauridae is a family of sauropods closely related to Camarasaurus. They are basal Macronarians, forming a sister clade to Titanosauriformes. Some teeth from the Galve formation in Spain are similar to those of Camarasaurus, and may belong to members of this family. Camarasaurids are distinguished by robust teeth, twelve cervical vertebrae, bifid posterior cervical and anterior dorsal neural spines, among other characteristics. Cladistically, they are defined to be all sauropods closer related to Camarasaurus supremus than to Saltasaurus loricatus.