Genus: Soturnia CISNEROS & SCHULTZ, 2003
Etymology: In reference to the Soturno River, which gives the name of the county of Faxinal do Soturno, Rio Grande do Sul State, Brazil, were the material was found.

Species: caliodon CISNEROS & SCHULTZ, 2003
Etymology: Greek, cali, "beautiful" and Greek, odon, "teeth."

Holotype: MCN PV2738

Locality: 29°33’27.35”S, 53°26’56.43”W, Faxinal do Soturno County, Rio Grande do Sul State, Brazil.

Horizon: Caturrita Formation.

Biostratigraphy: Icidosaur Assemblage Zone.

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

Material: A semi-articulated skeleton onsisting of a partial cranium and jaw in occlusion, an isolated mandibular tooth, 6 articulated vertebrae, 6 partial ribs attached to vertebrae and a right humerus.

Referred material:

UFRGS PV570 T: A partial cranium.


UFRGS PV112T: Partial left maxilla and pterygoid, bearing the second incisiform (I2) and well preserved first and second molariformes (M1-M2), a partial mandible in occlusion with 2 complete molariforms (m1-m2).