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Encyclopedia of Life includes information on synonyms (see link for Apatosaurus) - not a list but searchable and often with references and background info. After a quick google search I also found this list from dinosaurcentral.com, but I don't know how credible and updated it is and it seems to lack references.
The most common alternative to taxonomic classifications are functional classifications. Emphasizing ecological similarities rather than similarities in relatedness, they can be regarded as complementary approach to, but not as a replacement of taxonomy. Why do we need this? Because species often perform very similar tasks, exhibit very similar ...
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