[D] Omeisaurus junghsiensis [T]
Jurassic Middle Bathonian Callovian
Saurischia Sauropodomorpha Sauropoda Cetiosauridae Shunosaurinae
Xiashaximiao Formation, Sichuan, China
Typespecies - Skull
Omeisaurus > Omeisaurus junghsiensis (Young, 1939) = Zigongosaurus fuxiensis (Hou, Chao & Chu, 1976)
Omeisaurus > Omeisaurus changshouensis (Young, 1958) > Omeisaurus fuxiensis (Dong, Zhou & Zhang, 1983) > Omeisaurus tianfuensis (He, Li, Cai & Gao, 1984) > Omeisaurus luoquanensis (Li, 1988) > Omeisaurus maoianus (Tang, Jin, Kang & Zhang, 2001) > Omeisaurus jiaoi > (Jiang, Liu, F., Peng & Ye 2011)
Several partial skeletons Omeisaurus junghsiensis was much larger than either Euhelopus or Tienshanosaurus. In the early 1980s, a much more complete skeleton of Omeisaurus junghsiensis was discovered. Included among the remains were the skull, all 12 cervical vertebrae, all 13 dorsal vertebrae, a sacrum of 4 vertebrae, many caudal vertebrae, and most of the limb elements. Found at Wujiaba, near Zigong city, the skeleton was restored and mounted at Chongqing.