Finally, after weeks, I'm able to present you the next picture of the Jurassic Germany series.
I'm not a specialist for sauropods and it's long ago that I draw a primitve sauropod/sauropodomorph like Ohmdenosaurus, so please excuse anatomical errors which could occur.
In addition it was very difficult to reconstruct this species. Ohmdenosaurus is only known from a tibia and two bones of the tarsus (and maybe ossified tendons, but that's controversial). With between 3 and 4 meters in lenght it could be a example of island dwarfism It's the only known dinosaur of the Posidonienschiefer and traces at the bones indicate that the specimen, or parts of it, were washed into the ocean.
I show the animal here in an coastal forest which consists of coniferous, thujas, ginkgo, ferns and fern trees (as always data about the paleoflora is very poor).