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The Taynton Limestone Formation (also known informally as the Stonesfield Slate)[1] is a geological formation in the UK. It dates to the Middle Jurassic, mid-Bathonian stage.[2]


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[hide] *1 Vertebrate fauna

[edit] Vertebrate faunaEdit

[edit] DinosaursEdit

Dinosaurs of the Stonesfield Slate
Taxa Presence Description Images

Superorder:

  1. Possible dinosaur eggs.[1]
  1. Geographically present in Oxfordshire, England.[1]
[1]

[2]Megalosaurus

Genus:

  1. Indeterminate remains.[1]
  1. Geographically present in Oxfordshire, England.[1]

Genus:

  1. I. incognitus[1]
  1. Geographically present in Oxfordshire, England.[1]

Two ilia.[3]

Genus:

  1. M. bucklandii[1]
  1. Geographically present in Oxfordshire, England.[1]

Infraorder:

  1. Indeterminate remains.[1]
  1. Geographically present in Oxfordshire, England.[1]
  1. "(=Cetiosaurus oxoniensis)"[1]

[edit] PterosaursEdit

Pterosaurs of the Stonesfield Slate
Taxa Presence Notes Images

Genus:

  1. R. bucklandi[4]
  2. R. depressirostris[4]
  3. R. prestwichi[4]
  1. Geographically present at Stonesfield, Oxfordshire.[4]
  2. Geographically present at Sarsden near Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire.[4]
  3. Geographically present at Kineton near Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire.[4]

[edit] See alsoEdit

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