, Nanosaurus / Hypsolophodon skeleton cast replica
, Nanosaurus / Hypsolophodon skeleton cast replica

, Nanosaurus / Hypsolophodon skeleton cast replica

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Nanosaurus / Hypsolophodon skeleton cast replica


 Nanosaurus Skeleton in Situ


Jurassic, from the Morrison Formation, Emery County, Utah

Panel measures 27x17 in (68x43 cm)

$250 plus shipping

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Nanosaurus ("small or dwarf lizard") is the name given to a genus of dinosaur from the Late Jurassic. Described by Othniel Charles Marsh in 1877, it is a poorly-known ornithischian of uncertain affinities. Its fossils are known from the Morrison Formation of Colorado and possibly Wyoming. It has often been illustrated in the popular literature (as a "tiny dinosaur"), leaving the impression that more is known about it than actually is. Most representations are actually of what is now called Othnielosaurus or Othnielia.

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