Genus: Trishulotherium YADAGIRI, 1985
Etymology: Trishul, three-pointed weapon of Lord Sankara (Avatar of Shiva, Hindu deity) and Greek, theron, “beast, mammal”: Three-pointed (tooth) beast.

Species: kotaensis YADGIRI, 1985
Etymology: In reference to the Kota Formation.

Holotype: GSI SR/PAL/10

Locality: 6 km east of Asafabad Railway Station, in Adilabad district, Andhra Pradesh State, India.

Horizon: Kota Formation.


Age: Late Pliensbachian-Toarcian Stage, Upper Lias Epoch, Early Jurassic.

Material: Left lower molar.