[D] Eustreptospondylus oxoniensis [Su] [sG] [T]
Jurassic Middle Callovian
Saurischia Theropoda Tetanurae ?Carnosauria
Chipping Norton Formation, Oxford Clay Formation, Oxfordshire, Middle Oxford Clay Formation (Stewartby Member), Buckinghamshire, England
Genus - Typespecies - Skull
Disarticulated skull and skeleton refered limb elements.
This genus is known from a single species, Eustreptospondylus oxoniensis represented by a single well-preserved skeleton. Prior to Walker (1964), the specimen was referred to Streptospondylus cuvieri, so this is the name used in the older literature (save for Owen, 1842) Much of the skull is present but disarticulated.
The specimen seemingly represents an immature individual, fot although the scapula is fused to the coracoid (Nopcsa, 1906) the postfrontal and postorbital are not fused, nor are the sacrals (Walker, 1964).