Genus: Eucamerotus HULKE, 1872
Etymology: Greek, eu- “good, well”, and Greek, kamarotos, “chambered”: “well chambered (vertebrae)”.
= Eucamarotus von HUENE, 1909 (sic)
= Eucamerotes ROZHDESTVENSKY & TATARINOV, 1964 (sic)

Species: foxi BLOWS, 1995
Etymology: In honor of William Fox who collected most of the paratype.

Holotype: BMNH R2522

Locality: Brook, Isle of Wight County, England, Southern United Kingdom.

Horizon: Wessex Formation, Wealden Group.


Age: Barremian Stage, Lower Gallic Subepoch, Early Cretaceous Epoch, Early Cretaceous.

Material: A vertebral neural arch.


NHUMK (old BMNH) R88 (Mr. Fox's Catal. No. II 4): 2 dorsal vertebrae.

NHUMK (old BMNH) R90: 2 imperfect middle or posterior dorsal vertebrae.

Referred material:

NHUMK (old BMNH) R91: 5 more or less imperfect dorsal centra.

NHUMK (old BMNH) R94: Pieces of dorsal vertebra.

NHUMK (old BMNH) R406: The posterior extremity of the centrum of a very large dorsal vertebra.

NHMUK (old BMNH) R 406a: The summit of the neural arch of a trunk vertebra.

NHUMK (old BMNH) R708: Dorsal centrum.

NHUMK (old BMNH) R2523 (in part): 3 dorsal vertebrae.

NHUMK (old BMNH) R2524: Dorsal vertebrae of a juvenile.

MIWG 5314: Dorsal centrum of a juvenile.

MIWG 5125: Anterior dorsal centrum.


= Ornithopsis hulkei SEELEY, 1870 (nomen dubium) (Referred material)
= Ornithopsis HULKE, 1880

Locality: England, Southern United Kingdom.

Horizon: Wealden Formation.


Age: Early Cretaceous.


NHMUK R87 (Mr. Fox's Catal No. II. 1): Dorsal vertebra.

NHMUK R87a (Mr. Fox's Catal No. II 3): Cervical vertebra.