Genus: Durlstodon SWEETMAN, SMITH & MARTILL, 2017
Etymology: In erference to Durlston Bay, Dorset, UK, the loclaity where the holotype and only specimen was obtained, and Greek, odontus, "tooth".

Species: ensomi SWEETMAN, SMITH & MARTILL, 2017
Etymology: In honor of Paul Ensom, recognising his major contribution to Purbec palaeontology.

Holotype: NHMUK PV M 99992

Locality: Durlston Bay, Dorset County, southern England, Southern Lower Unkingdom.

Horizon: A beach-level exposure of bed DB 83 (Clements, 1993), Purbeck Group.


Age: Berriasian Stage, Lower Neocomian Subepoch, Lowest Early Cretaceous Epoch, Lowest Early Cretaceous.

Material: A well preserved upper right distal-most (M3) tooth crown lackign the parastylar wing.