Illustration by Lukas Panzarin, from the Joe the Dinosaur website.
This fossil represents "...the most complete single individual of Parasaurolophus described to date", and also the smallest (it is a juvenile, remember) Parasaurolophus found so far. Although assigned to the genus Parasaurolophus, it has not been assigned to a particular species, as species are designated on the shape and size of head crests present only in adult forms.
Figure from Farke et al., 2013.
It is also a very taphonomically interesting fossil: not only because of the excellent state of preservation and articulation, but also because of the soft tissue imprints near the snout (not shown on figure above) and the back of the right foot (shown above in pink). The photograph below is from the published paper, and while not the sharpest photo, does seem to show a scale pattern imprinted on the rock.
Photograph from Farke et al., 2013.
Farke, A. A., Chok, D. J., Herrero, A., Scolieri, B., Werning, S. 2013. Ontogeny in the tube-crested dinosaur Parasaurolophus (Hadrosauridae) and heterochrony in hadrosaurids. PeerJ 1:e182 http://dx.doi.org/10.7717/peerj.182