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“Callovian lizard” from Middle Jurassic England. Named in 1980 for the Callovian rock bed from which its thigh bone came. Its name comes from the Latin (Callovium) for Chalivoy-Milon, France, which is the source of the term “Callovian-period”. Named by Canadian paleontologist Philip J. Currie in 1980.
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-sauria, -saurian +
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