Temporal range: Lower Cretaceous
|Cervical vertebra of Calamosaurus foxi|
Paleobiology[change | change source]
As a possible basal coelurosaur, Calamosaurus would have been a small, agile, bipedal carnivore. Naish et al 2001. estimate the living animal would have been around 3–5 meters long (9.8-16.4 feet), with a small head given the build of the neck vertebrae.
There is too little material to say much more about it.
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