Genus: Diodorus KAMMERER, NESBITT & SHUBIN, 2012
Etymology: Named after the Diodorus, legendary king of the Berber people and son of Sufax, the founder of Tangier. Also named in honor of Diodorus Siculus, a 1st century Greek historian, who wrote about North Africa.

Species: scytobrachion KAMMERER, NESBITT & SHUBIN, 2012
Etymology: From ancient Greek, scytobrachion, "leathery arm": a reference both to a possible integument of this taxon and the classical mythographer Dionysius Scytobrachion, who chronicled the mythical history of North America.

Holotype: MNHM-ARG 30

Locality: Northeastern Aragana Basin, 2.9 km east of Imziln, Morocco.

Note: Excat locality data on file at the Museum of Comparative Zoology, MA, USA nd University of Chicago, Il, USA.

Horizon: Base of the Irohalene Mudstone Member (t5), Timezgadiouine Formation.


Age: ?Carnian-Norian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material: A partial right dentary.

Referred material:

MHNM-ARG 31-33: Isolated teeth.

MNHM-ARG 34, 35: Humeri.

MNHM-ARG 36: Metatarsal.

MNHM-ARG 37: Femur.