Genus: Endennasaurus RENESTO, 1984
Etymology: In reference to the Endenna Quarry, Lombardia Province, Italy, and Greek, sauros, "lizard."

Species: acutirostris RENESTO, 1984
Etymology: Latin, acutus, "sharp pointed" and Latin, rostrum, "beak."

Holotype: MCSNB 5170 (ET 38)

Locality: Endenna quarry, near Zogno, Bergamo, Lombardia Province, North Italy.

Horizon: Upper part of the Zorzino Limestone Formation.


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

Material: Skull and almost complete skeleton.


MSBN 27: A few dorsal vertebrae and ribs, part of the pelvic girdle, the right femur and a compelete tail.
Note: Mid way down the tail is a bony outgrowth that may be due to a bite (MULLER, RENESTO & EVANS, 2005).

Referred material:


MPUM 6802: Anisolated left humerus.