Home Previous Random Next Search
meaning: "Lexovii lizard"
Named By: Robert Hoffstetter in 1957
Time Period: Middle - Late Jurassic, 164.7 Ma
Location: England - Oxford Clay Formation. Possibly France and Germany
Size: Uncertain but possibly about 5 to 6 meters long
Diet: Herbivore
Fossil(s): Holotype consists of partial post cranial skeletal remains including vertebrae and a spike. More individuals and fossils may exist, but assignment is uncertain at this time
Classification: | Chordata | Reptilia | Dinosauria | Ornithischia | Thyreophora | Stegosauria |
Also known as: | Omosaurus durobrivensis | Dacentrurus durobrivensis |

Lexovisaurus is a genus of stegosaur from mid-to-Late Jurassic Europe, 164.7 mya. Fossils of limb bones and armor fragments have been found in middle to late Jurassic-aged strata of England and France.

Read more about Lexovisaurus at Wikipedia
PaleoCodex is a weekend hack by Saurav Mohapatra