Genus: Blezingeria HUENE, 1951
Etymology: In honor of Richard Blezinger, fossil collector from Krailsheim, Germany, who found the specimen.

Species: ichthyospondylus (HUENE, 1951) E. FRAAS, 1896
Etymology:
= Nothosaurus ichthyospondylus E. FRAAS, 1896

Holotype: Tu 1005/26

Locality: Baden-Wurttemberg State, Germany.

Horizon: Upper Muschelkalk.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Late Ladinian Substage, Upper Ladinian Stage, Uppermost Mid Triassic Epoch, Late Middle Triassic.

Material: Dorsal vertebra.

Referred material:

Tu 1005/1, Tu 1005/5, Tu 1005/3: Anterior dorsal vertebrae.

Tu 1005/9: Middle dorsal vertebra.

St a, b, c, Tu 1005/24: Posterior dorsal verebrae.

Tu 1005/25: Sacral vertebra.

Tu 1005/10, 11, ST e: Anterior caudal vertebrae.

St d, Tu 1005/14: Middle caudal vertebrae.

Tu 1005/15: Distal caudal vertebra.

Tu 1005/21a, b: Fragmentary dorsal ribs.

Tu 1005/29, 6: Dorsal vertebrae.

Tu 1005/19: Right scapula.

Tu 1005/23: Left coracoid.

Tu 1005/18: Left pubis.

Tu 1005/17: Right ischium.

Tu 1005/20: Radisu or fibula.

Tu 1005/4, 7, 8, 16: Teeth.

Tu 1005/2: Dorsal centra.

 


Locality: Crailsheim, Baden-Wurttemberg State, Germany.

Horizon: Upper Muschelkalk.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Late Ladinian Substage, Upper Ladinian Stage, Uppermost Mid Triassic Epoch, Late Middle Triassic.

Material:

Number: Not given: Dentary fragment with tooth. (In Tubingen)

Number: Not given: Dentary witn 3 teeth (in Stuttgart).