Name: Agnosphitys cromhallensis
Name Meaning: Unknown begetter
First Described: 2002
Described By: Fraser et al
Classification: Dinosauria, Saurischia, Eusaurischia, Sauropodomorpha, Guaibasauridae
Agnosphitys was another sauropodomorph - or, at least, that’s one consensus at this time. It is only known from scattered remains and may be a chimera. It was close to the ancestry of dinosaurs, though whether it actually is a dinosaur is under debate - it may be a dinosauromorph, or it could be a basal saurischian before the theropod - sauropodomorph split. It was found in Avon, England, and lived from the Norian to Rhaetian ages of the Late Triassic, about 208 million years ago. Whether or not this was a real animal, and not just the jumbled remains of many - and then, if it was real, what it should be classified as - clearly requires more material.
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