Genus: Meyerosuchus OCHEV, 1966
Etymology:

Species: fuerstenberganus (MEYER, 1855) OCHEV, 1966
Etymology:
=Labyrinthodon fürstenbergianus MEYER 1847 (nomen nudum)
= Masdonosaurus fürstenbergianus (MEYER 1847) PLIENINGER, 1852
= Trematosaurus (Labyrinthodon) fuerstenbergianus (MEYER, 1847) ALBERTI, 1864
= Mastodonsaurus (Labyrinthodon) furstenbergensis (MEYER, 1847) ZITTEL, 1890 (sic)
= Trematosaurus fürstenbergianus (MEYER, 1847) SCHALCH, 1899
= Capitosaurus fürstenbergianus (MEYER 1847) SCHROEDER, 1913
= Stenotosaurus fürstenbergianus (MEYER 1847) HUENE, 1956
= Parotosaurus fürstenbergianus (MEYER 1847) KUHN, 1969
= Mastodonsaurus furstenbergensis ZITTEL, 1890 (sic)

Holotype: FSD-1 (cast: SMNS 469)

Locality: Herzogenweiler, Baden-Württemberg State, southwestern Germany.

Horizon: Middle Buntsandstein, Hardegsen Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Olenekian Stage, upper Scythian Epoch, Early Triassic.

Material: Mould of anterior of palate.

Referred material:

Locality: 6 km northeast of Freudenstadt on the Strase o. Hallwangen, Schwarzwald, Baden-Württemberg State, Germany.

Horizon: Upper Middle Bunter.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Middle Early Triassic.

Material:

SMF A300: Mold of anterior part of a palate.

A second specimen of an anterior part of a palate.

 

SCHOCH, 2011

Locality: Calw (Hafnerweg), northern Black Forest, Baden-Württemberg State, Southern Germany.

Horizon: Middle Bundsandstein, Hardegsen Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Olenekian Stage, upper Scythian Epoch, Early Triassic.

Material:

SMNS 51651: A left anterior palate, preserving part of the anterior palatal vacuity, transvomerine tooth row, adn vomerine fangs.