Genus: Poekilopleuron EUDES-DESLONGCHAMPS, 1838
Etymology: Greek, poikilos ‘ varied” and Greek, leuron “rib, side”, Varied ribs.

Species: bucklandii EUDES-DESLONGICHAMPS, 1838

Holotype: Museum of Caen [Destroyed during WWII]

Locality: Maladrerie, Calcaire de Caen at Caen, Calvados Department, Normandy, France.

Horizon: Vesulie.


Age: Lower Bathonian Stage, Dogger Epoch, Middle Jurassic.

Material: 1 cervical, dorsals, 22 articulated caudal vertebrae, ribs, scapula, humerus, radius, ulna, part of manus, femur, tibia, fibula, astragalus, metatarsals, elements from manus and pes and all articulated gastralia.
Note: Possible gastroliths were found.
Note: Palaeopathologies, An anterior chevron is ankylosed to the succeeding caudal centrum with the development of an exostosis, and 2 phalanges also exhibit pathologies.