Genus: Trimucrodon THULBORN, 1973 (nomen dubium in WEISHAMPEL & WITMER, 1990)
Etymology: Latin, tri-, “three”, Latin, mucro, “sharp point” and Greek, odon, “tooth”: “triple sharp-point tooth.”
= Trimurodon GALTON, 1980 (sic)

Species: cuneatus THULBORN, 1973
Etymology: Latin, cuneatus, "wedged, or wedge like."

Holotype: Lehrstuhl fur Palaontolgie at the Free University, Berlin.

Locality: Headland of Porto Pinheiro, west coast of Portugal.



Age: Lower Berriasian Stage, Lower Neocomian Subepoch, Lower Early Cretaceous Epoch, Early Cretaceous, (MOHR, 1989).

Material: A single tooth crown.

Referred material:

Number: Not given: 2 teeth crowns.

GALTON, 1994

FUB D (D), FUB E (A), FUB F (B), FUB G (C): Teeth.