Genus: Lamplughsaura KUTTY, CHATTERJEE, GALTON & UPCHURCH, 2007
Etymology: In honor of the late Pamela Lamplugh Robinson of University College, University of London, England, who founded and guided the ISI (pronouced Lam-pl-sura, feminine), and Greek, saura (feminine), "lizard."

Species: dharmarensis KUTTY, CHATTERJEE, GALTON & UPCHURCH, 2007
Etymology: In reference to the Dharmaram Formation.

Holotype: ISI R257

Locality: North of Krishnapur village, 79°32', 19°15', Adilabad District, Andhra Predesh State, Southern India.

Horizon: Upper Dharmaram Formation.


Age: Sinemurian Stage, Lower Lias Epoch, Early Jurassic.

Material: Almost complete neck, 8 dorsal neural arches and 4 centra, a sacral arch, 11 caudal vertebrae, 4 dorsal ribs, 5 chevrons, scapulae, left sternal plate, humeri, right ulna, 2 metacarpals, ischia, right femur, fibulae, left tibia, astragalus, calcaneum, metatarsal III.

Lamplughsaura dharmarensis (modified from KUTTY, et. al., 2007), Holotype: ISI R257.

Referred material:

ISI R258: Much of disarticulated skull, vertebrae, ribs, right pubis, metatarsals.

ISI R259: Floor of braincase and prootic, left maxilla, right ilium, and left femur.

ISI R261: Articulated dorsal vertebrae, both humerii, left radius, ulna, manus and part of a pes.

ISI R260: