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Lophostropheus
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About Lophostropheus

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1 Facts
1.1 Characteristics
Bipedal posture; crests on neck vertebrae
1.2 Meaning
crested verebra
1.3 Pronounced
lof-oh-stro-fee-us
1.4 Diet
1.4.1 Diet Content
Not Available
1.4.2 Type of Diet
Carnivore
1.5 Habitat
Not Available
1.6 Interesting Facts
Not Available
2 Fossils
2.1 Fossil representation
Partial skeleton including, , parts of the hip, some vertebrae from different areas of the spinal , column (neck, back, sacrum, tail) and teeth.
2.2 Time Period
2.2.1 Era
Triassic
2.2.2 Was Present
200 million years ago
2.3 Discovery
2.3.1 Year
2007-01-01 (2007)
Closeby
2.3.2 Named By
Martin Ezcurra
2.3.3 First Discovery
Triassic
3 Characteristics
3.1 Size
3.1.1 Height
Not Available
3.1.2 Weight
226.8 kg
3.1.3 Length
5.15 m
3.2 Teeth
3.2.1 Shape
Not Available
3.2.2 Number
Nigersaurus
Not Available
Rank: N/A (Overall)
Compsognathus
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4 Classification
4.1 Kingdom
Animalia
4.2 Phylum
Chordata
4.3 Class
Reptilia
4.4 Clade
Not Available
4.5 Order
Saurischia
4.6 Suborder
Theropoda
4.7 Superorder
Dinosauria
4.8 Family
Coelophysoidea
4.9 Subfamily
Not Available
4.10 Tribe
Not Available
4.11 Genus
Lophostropheus
4.12 Species
L. airelensis

Lophostropheus Features

Dinosaurs are extinct reptiles. Their colors are still unknown! They lived in different environments. Let's learn about Lophostropheus features. All the dinosaurs were vertebrates, since all had skeletons with back bones that surrounded a nerve cord. Lophostropheus Characteristics are as follows:

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  • Weight : 226.8 kg
  • Length : 5.15 m

Even before humans came into existence, there were dinosaurs. Dinosaurs are prehistoric reptiles that lived in "Age of Reptiles".There were different kinds of dinosaurs that lived at different times. Lophostropheus Classification is as follows:

  • Lophostropheus Kingdom: Animalia
  • Lophostropheus Class: Reptilia
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  • Lophostropheus Family: Coelophysoidea
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  • Lophostropheus Species: L. airelensis
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