Full reference: D. M. Martill, S. U. Vidovic, C. Howells and J. R. Nudds. 2016. The oldest Jurassic dinosaur: a basal neotheropod from the Hettangian of Great Britain. PLoS ONE 11(1):e0145713:1-38
Sister taxa: none
Type specimen: NMW 2015.5G.1–2015.5G.11, a partial skeleton (Disarticulated, but associated partial skeleton with elements of the skull, including both premaxillae, both maxillae, some teeth, a lacrimal, partial jugal, po). Its type locality is Lavernock Point , which is in a Hettangian marine limestone in the Blue Lias Formation of the United Kingdom.
Ecology: ground dwelling carnivore
Distribution: found only at Lavernock Point
Specimen images are retrieved through the ePANDDA API.
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