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meaning: "Callovian lizard"
Named By: Peter M. Galton in 1980
Time Period: Middle Jurassic, approximately 163 Ma
Location: England, Cambridgeshire - Oxford Clay Formation
Size: Uncertain due to lack of remains, but roughly estimated to have been about 2.5 meters long
Diet: Herbivore
Fossil(s): Almost complete left femur (thigh bone). A partial tibia (shin bone) is now also attributed to the genus
Classification: | Chordata | Reptilia | Dinosauria | Ornithischia | Ornithopoda | Dryosauroidea | Dryosauridae |
Also known as: | Camptosaurus leedsi |

Callovosaurus (meaning "Callovian lizard") is a genus of iguanodontian dinosaur known from most of a left thigh bone discovered in Middle Jurassic-age rocks of England. At times, it has been considered dubious or a valid genus of basal iguanodontian, perhaps a dryosaurid.

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