Camposaurus

Camposaurus (s `{respell|CAMP|oh|SORE|us}`; meaning `Charles Lewis Camp`s lizard`) is a coelophysoid dinosaur genus from the Norian stage of the Late Triassic period of North America. The pertinent fossil remains date back to the early to middle Norian stage, and is widely regarded as the oldest known neotheropod. Camposaurus is a small, carn...
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Camposaurus

Camposaurus Called “Camp’s lizard” from Late Triassic Bluewater Creek Formation of the Chinle Group, Late Carnian of Arizona. It was named for Charles Lewis Camp (1893-1975), an American vertebrate paleontologist, who excavated the Placerias quarry. Named by Adrian Paul Hunt, Frederic Augustus Lucas (1852-1929), Andrew Heckert, Rober...
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