Translated from Dutch NOS TV:
Amateur paleontologist finds skull of prehistoric reptile
Amateur paleontologist Remco Bleeker was the lucky one who found the skull. Bleeker, in everyday life a concrete repairer, is pleased with the find. …
Bleeker brought the skull for examination to Germany, where it was found that it was a Lariosaurus.
In the quarry at Winterswijk Triassic limestone is extracted from rock layers from the Triassic geological period some 240 million years ago. In the quarry Bleeker also once found a peculiar fossil of a toothy marine animal. This fossil, which was seen by experts as a missing link was even named after him: the Palatodonta bleekeri.
The skull of the lariosaurus has been given the name of the hamlet where it was found. “The first is named after me. Now it was time to honor the quarry,” says Bleeker, who gave his find on loan to Museum TwentseWelle.
The name of the newly discovered species is Lariosaurus vosseveldensis; after Vosseveld hamlet.
See also here.
The scientific description of the new species is here.