Genus: Bulgosuchus DAMIANI, 1999
Etymology: A combination of Bulgo, after the Bulgo Sandstone, and Greek, souchos, "crocodile," alluding to the superfically crocodile-like appearance of capitosaurid amphibians.

Species: gargantus DAMIANI, 1999
Etymology: Gargantua, after the mythical giant of French writer Rabelais; refering to huge or gigantic.

Holotype: AM F80190

Locality: Costal rock platform at Longreef, approximately 15 km north of Sydney, New South Wales State, Australia.

Horizon: Bulgo Sandstone, Narrabeen Group.


Age: Early Triassic.

Material: The posterior portion of a left mandible.

Referred material:

AM F54961: An incomplete left femur.