Genus: Diablophis CLADWELL, NYDAM, PALCI & APESTEGUIA, 2015
Etymology: Spanish, Diablo, "devil" and Greek, ophis, "snake"; in recognation of type locality near Devil's Canyon, Colorado.
Holotype: LACM 4684/40762
Locality: Fruita Paleontological Area, locality 4684, Mesa County, Colorado.
Horizon: Brushy Basin Member, Morrison Formation.
Biostratigraphy: Zone 4.
Age: Upper Part, Comobluffian age, Tithonian Stage, Uppermost Malm Epoch, Late Jurassic.
Material: A block bearing the disarticulated remains of a lizard.
LACM 5573/135513, 5572/153520: 2 dentaries.
LACM 5573/135533: Fragmentary maxilla.
CLADWELL, NYDAM, PALCI & APESTEGUIA, 2015
LACM 4684/140572: Several precloacal vertebrae and one possible sacral vertebra.
LACM 4684/120472: 4 precloacal vertebrae, one caudal vertebra with large transverse processes.
LACM 5572/120732: Broken right dentry.