[N] 2006 BMNH R2095 Possibly represents a new sauropod group or family
Taylor, Michael P. 2006. An unusual new neosauropod dinosaur from the Lower Cretaceous Hastings Beds Group of East Sussex, England. p. 17 in Anonymous (ed.), Abstract book: Progressive Palaeontology 2006, Cambridge (England), 22-23 June 2006. 28 pp
A possible new group of sauropods is represented by a single partial mid to posterior dorsal vertebra. The assumed length of this sauropod proportional to the centrum length is 20 meter estimated masses is 2300 kg. The fossil was discovered by Philip James Rufford and briefly described by Lydekker (1893) when no-one knew anything about sauropods and was subsequently overlooked and ignored for over 113 years.