The partial skeleton of Saltopus is mostly gone at this point.
The skeleton was not that great to begin with actually. The original
material consists of a partial vertebral column, pelvic girdle (which
contained an ancestral two vertebrae and not the novel trait of four),
and partial remains of both the fore and hind limbs. The skull,
unfortunately, is completely missing from the holotype. That material,
also, is the only known material to date. The majority of that material
was originally preserved as casts (or impressions) in the sandstone of
the Lossiemouth Quarries.