Trace elements, including the rare earth elements, were measured in olivine and orthopyroxene from Queen Alexandra Range (QUE) 93148, and in olivine from two main group pallasites, Springwater and Mount Vernon. Although QUE 93148 was originally classified as a lodranite, a variety of data including oxygen isotopic compositions (Goodrich and Righter, 2000), preclude a genetic relationship with the acapulcoites/lodranites. Incompatible trace element (e.g., Ti, Zr) distributions in orthopyroxene do indicate large amounts of melting and are consistent with the ultramafic assemblage observed in this meteorite. Trace element abundances in olivine are consistent with suggestions that QUE 93148 may be related to the main group pallasites (Goodrich and Righter, 2000), although there are some inconsistencies. Its trace element distributions are most like those of the pyroxene pallasites, suggesting that it may have formed in a similar manner. QUE 93148 may represent a new type of pyroxene pallasite with links to the main group pallasites.