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A recent study claims that Lexovisaurus was based on nondiagnostic remains (not unique enough to be distinguished from relatives), so most later fossils have been reclassified under the name Loricatosaurus, though some scientists disagree with this conclusion.

General StatisticsEdit

Lexovisaurus

full-sized Lexovisaurus

  • Name: Lexovisaurus durobrivensis
  • Name Meaning: Lexovian Lizard
  • Diet: Herbivore
  • Length: 5 meters (16.5 feet)
  • Time Period: Middle/Late Jurassic
  • Classification: Stegosauria --> Stegosauridae
  • Place Found: France; England
  • Discoverer: Hoffstetter, 1957

Dinosaur King StatisticsEdit

Arcade StatsEdit

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Lexovisaurus arcade card (Japanese Gekizan 3rd Edition)

  • Attribute: Earth
  • Sign: Rock
  • Power: 1200
  • Technique: 800
  • Attack: TBD
  • Types:
    • Super Defense Type (Japanese Gekizan series)
    • Lethal Type (Japanese Kakushin 6th Edition)
  • Arcade Nickname/Catchcopy: デンジャラス・バディ (Dangerous Buddy)

AvailabilityEdit

Lexovisaurus was only available in the Japanese version.

Anime StatsEdit

Earth Dinosaur Card back

Lexovisaurus' anime card's front is never seen

Move CardsEdit

Sand Trap
Lexovisaurus summoned a pool of quicksand under it's opponent's feet, rendering them unable to escape! It was defeated before the erupting sand mountain part of the Move activated, so it's unclear if this part was meant to be present.

TCG StatsEdit

LexovisaurusEdit

Lexovisaurus TCG card

Lexovisaurus TCG card

[Armored]
When this Dinosaur loses a battle, you can discard 2 cards. If you do, this Dinosaur stays in play. (You don't lose any Life Points from that battle.)

Boulder Bash LexovisaurusEdit

Lexovisaurus-Boulder Bash TCG Card

Boulder Bash Lexovisaurus TCG card

  • Attribute: Earth
  • Sign: Scissors
  • Power: 1200
  • Level: 2
  • Life: 1
  • Card Code: DKBD-027/100
  • Card Rarity: Gold Rare
  • Image From: cropped Geki 2nd(+) arcade card
  • Abilities:
[Super Survival]
When this Dinosaur uses a Super Move and wins the battle, you can return 1 of your other Earth Dinosaurs in play to your hand.

Cliff LexovisaurusEdit

Lexovisaurus-Cliff TCG Card (French)

Cliff Lexovisaurus TCG card

  • Attribute: Earth
  • Sign: Scissors
  • Power: 1200
  • Level: 2
  • Life: 1
  • Card Code: DKTA-027/100
  • Card Rarity: Common
  • Image From: (new art)
  • Abilities:
[Armored]
When this Dinosaur loses a battle, you can discard 2 cards. If you do, this Dinosaur stays in play. (You don't lose any Life Points from that battle.)

Persian LexovisaurusEdit

Lexovisaurus-Persian TCG Card (French)

Persian Lexovisaurus TCG card (French)

  • Attribute: Earth
  • Sign: Paper
  • Power: 1300
  • Level: 2
  • Life: 1
  • Card Code: SAS-027/100
  • Card Rarity: Common
  • Image From: ep. 69 anime scene
  • Flavor Text: The pointed spikes that ran along the back of this dinosaur and the long spines on each of its shoulders gave it a ferocious look even though it was only an herbivore.

AnimeEdit

Mesozoic MeltdownEdit

He was summoned by Sheer in Princess of the City to scare away the 40 Thieves bandits while trying to kidnap Zahrah from them. It fought against Chomp, but when Zoe led Zahrah away, Sheer gave it its Spectral Armor form to defeat Chomp with a ramming charge, knocking him into a stone wall. It then used Sand Trap to catch Paris, Zoe, and Zahrah. However, Ace used his DinoTector form and defeated Lexovisaurus with Hurricane Beat, destroying its Spectral Armor. Rex presumably reclaiming its card.

Later in Bad Deal, Chomp encountered a recolored wild Lexovisaurus in the Jurassic Period.

TriviaEdit

  • Dr. Taylor's arcade & anime comments:
    • Original: せなかにとがったほねの板がならんだ草食恐竜で、肩の大きなトゲは1mくらいあった。
    • Translation: A herbivore with sharp-pointed bones on its back. The big bones on its shoulders are 1m long.
  • Along with Stegosaurus, Tuojiangosaurus, Kentrosaurus, Wuerhosaurus, and Dacentrurus, it is one of the available dinosaurs in the Japanese non-sale Dr. Taylor's Stegosaurs Card.
  • Lexovisaurus was the only dinosaur in the anime defeated by Hurricane Beat that wasn't a Wind Dinosaur.

GalleryEdit

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Season 2: Edmontonia · Edmontonia/Armor · Tank · Tank/Armor · Tuojiangosaurus · Tuojiangosaurus/Armor · Lexovisaurus · Lexovisaurus/Armor · Ankylosaurus · Ankylosaurus/Armor · Armatus/Armor


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Normal: Ankylosaurus · Dacentrurus · Edmontonia · Euoplocephalus · Gastonia · Gigantspinosaurus · Kentrosaurus · Lexovisaurus · Minmi · Nodosaurus · Panoplosaurus · Pinacosaurus · Polacanthus · Saichania · Sauropelta · Stegosaurus · Talarurus · Tarchia · Tuojiangosaurus · Wuerhosaurus
Altered/Armored: Ankylosaurus/Alpha · Ankylosaurus/Armor · Armatus · Armatus/Armor · Edmontonia/Armor · Edmontonia/Super · Euoplocephalus/Armor · Kentrosaurus/Alpha · Lexovisaurus/Armor · Nodosaurus/Super · Saichania/Armor · Saichania/Black · Saichania/Super · Sauropelta/Alpha · Sauropelta/Super · Talarurus/Super · Tank/Armor · Tank/Super · Tarchia/Super · Tuojiangosaurus/Armor · Wuerhosaurus/Alpha
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