Genus: Centenariosuchus HASTINGS, BLOC, JARAMILLO, RINCON, & MacFADDEN, 2013
Etymology: Genus name in honor of the centennial anniversary of the excavation of the Panama Canal (2014) and Greek, suchos, "crocodile."

Species: gilmorei HASTINGS, BLOC, JARAMILLO, RINCON, & MacFADDEN, 2013
Etymology: In honor of Charles W. Gilmore, and first to publish findings of crocodylian fossils within the Panama Canal in 1912.

Holotype: UF 262899

Locality: Hodges Microsite at the Hodges Hill Locality, within the Panama Canal Zone, 9.04768847°N, 79.653814W, Panama.

Horizon: Upper part of the Cucaracha Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Early to Middle Epoch, Lower Neogene Period, Upper Tertiary Subera, Middle Cenozoic Era.

Material: Partial skull including braincase, dorsal skull table, both quadrate condyles, frontal and two isoalted teeth, cervical verebra, and two partial ossteoderms.

Paratype:

UF 245503: Left premaxilla and partial right maxilla, including five teeth in situ.

Referred material:

cf. Centenariosuchus gilmorei

Locality: Centenario Bridge Locality, Panam Canal Zone, 9.03011452°N, 79.636786°W, Panama.

Horizon: Cucaracha Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Early to Middle Epoch, Lower Neogene Period, Upper Tertiary Subera, Middle Cenozoic Era.

Material:

UF 245593: Nearly complete right angular.

UF 280257: First sacral vertebra with articualted right adn partial left sacral ribs.

UF 280256: Left ilium and ischium.

 

HASTINGS, REISSER, & SCHEYER, 2016

Locality:  9.04770°N, 79.65380W, Panama.

Horizon: Upper part of the Cucaracha Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Early to Middle Epoch, Lower Neogene Period, Upper Tertiary Subera, Middle Cenozoic Era.

Material:

UF 281065: Left dentary.