Genus: Caviramus FRÖBISCH & FRÖBISCH, 2006
Etymology: Latin, cavum, "cave, cavity" and Latin, ramus, "branch of the lower jaw"; with reference to the pneumaticity of the jaw bones.

Species: schesaplanensis FRÖBISCH & FRÖBISCH, 2006
Etymology: In reference to the mountain in the Northern Calcareous Alps, "Schesaplana", where the specimen was found.

Holotype: PIMUZ A/III 1225

Locality: Western slope of the Mountina Schesaplana, Northern Calcareous Alps, 'Ratikon', Switzerland.

Horizon: Aliphorn Member, Kössen Formation.


Age: Late Norian Stage-Early Rhaetian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material: Fragmentary right dentary, medial and posterior portion partially preserved as imprint and mould, with 2 teeth.