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Agustinia ligabuei is a sauropod from Cretaceous Argentina. It was named after Agustin Martinelli, who was a member of the Argentine Paleontological Society. This quadruped herbivore had a long neck and a long tail. It was a large dinosaur, about 15 meters long. It had a comparatively very small head.

It had spines over its neck and backbone. 

It was named by Jose Bonaparte in 1999.

This is the alternate spelling for Augustiaa/Augustinia.

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