Species: quenstedti BAUR, 1887
Locality: Plateosaurus quarry, Trossingen, Baden-Wurttemberg State, West Germany.
Age: Middle Keuper, Stage?, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.
SMNS 16980: A nearly complete skeleton, with skull, jaws, carapace, plastron, cervicals lacking 6 and 7, caudals, tail club, fore and hindlimbs, lacking right tibia and fibula, both shoulder girdles, consisting of cleithra, coracoids and scapula, pelvis, hypoischia, and numerous dermal osteoderms.
JENKINS, SHUBIN, AMARAL, GATESY, SCHAFF, DOWNS, CLEMMENSEN, BONDE, DAVIDSON & OSBAECK, 1993/1994
Locality: Area II (approximately 200 meters south of base camp II at 71°15.86’N, 22°32.37’W, Jameson Land, latitudes 71’15”N, and 71’50”N, East Greenland.
Horizon: Upper Orsted Dal Members, Fleming Fjord Formation.
Age: Norian, Upper Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.
MCZ field No 22/88G: Parts of the plastron and carapace, including both median
(vertebral) and peripheral (Marginal) elements, dorsal vertebrae, caudal vertebrae
with partial osteoderms attached, the proximal and distal ends of a humerus,
both proximal femora, a distal femur and other limb fragments.