Genus: Haligonia SUES & BAIRD, 1998
Etymology: Greek, halios, “of the sea” and Greek, gonia, “angle, corner." A Haligonian is a resident of Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Species: bolodon SUES & BAIRD, 1998
Etymology: Greek, bolos, “lump, clod," and Greek, odous (Ionic variant odon), “tooth”, in reference ot the massive posterior tooth in the dentary and maxilla.

Holotype: NSM 996GF74.1 (field number: F-203)

Locality: Eastern end of the cove below the old lighthouse at Burntcoat Head, along the southern shores of the Minas Basin and Cobequid Bay of the Bay of Fundy, Hants County, Nova Scotia Province, Canada.

Horizon: Evangeline Member, Wolfville Formation, Fundy Group, Newark Supergroup.


Age: Late Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material: Right maxilla with 5 teeth.

Referred material:

NSM 997GF31.1: A left dentary with 5 teeth.



Locality: A small, abandoned northern quarry (National Grid Reference, SS 975795) around the Ruthin Quarry, St. Mary on the Hill, The Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales (NGR SS 975, 976), United Kingdon.

Horizon: Ruthin Fissure, Wesbury Formation.


Age: Latest Norian to Early Rhatian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.


NMW 88.12 G.52: Tooth.

NMW 88.12 G.52: Partial right maxilla.