[D] Ceratosaurus roechlingi
Jurassic Late Kimmeridgian
Saurischia Theropoda Incertae Sedis \\\"Carnosaurs \\\" Nomina Dubia
Tendaguru Beds Mtwara Tanzania
Quadrate, vertebrae, fragmentary fibula, This specimen preserve no diagnostic attributes beyond those of Theropoda ancestrally, and the name is best considered Nomia Dubia. Nevertheless, a femur figured from the Tendaguru collection does appear to preserve the trochanteric shelf and crista tibiofibularis sulcus (Janensch, 1925), although these structures are not explicity described. Ceratosauria thus appaers to be represented in the Late Jurassic of Tanzania, but this is not evidence that Ceratosaurus itself was present.