The Musuem's lepidosaur collection contains fossilised remains of lizards and snakes, and includes many specimens from British localities.
The Museum's lepidosaur collection includes the gliding lizard Kuehneosaurus, from Triassic fissure sites in the Mendip Hills, Somerset.
It also contains important type material of Early Cretaceous lizards from the Isle of Purbeck, and Late Cretaceous mosasaurs from Europe, North America and New Zealand.
Tertiary material includes 2 unique Lower Miocene amphisbaenids from Rusinga Island, Kenya:
Since the 1980s, a large number of Eocene lizards and snakes have been accumulated through: