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Phaedrolosaurus is a Primitive Coelurosaur from late Jurassic-early Cretaceous China. It was 23 feet (7 meters) and weighed 1,000 lbs. Known only from a single tooth.  Bones that were once considered to belong to Phaedrolosaurus have now been given their own name Xinjiangovenator.

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Name meaning: Nimble Dragon lizard.





Binomial name: Phaedrolosaurus ilikensis . 





Named in: 1973, by Dong. 





Diet: Carnivore.

Discovery and naming

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