Genus: Woutersia SIGOGNEAU-RUSSELL, 1983
Etymology: In honour of Monsieur G. Wouters, discoveries of the type tooth which he has agreed to donate to the Institut de Paleontologie of the Museum National d’Histoire Naturelle of Paris.

Species: mirabilis SIGOGNEAU-RUSSELL, 1983
Etymology: Latin, mirabils, “admirable”, qualification admittedly subjective, inspired by the type specimen, but upon which Monsieur Wouters and the author are in complete agreement.

Holotype: SNP 101

Locality: The quarry of Saint-Nicolas-de-Port, situated on the commune of Rosieres-aux-Saliens, Department of Meurthe-et-Moselle Department, France.

Horizon: Rhatic.


Age: Rhaetian Stage, Uppermost Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material: Left lower molar, crown complete but lacking roots.

Referred material:

SNP 52W, Right upper molar.

SNP 74: Right upper partial molar.



Locality: 10 km southeast of Nancy and 4 km north of the Saint-Nicolas-de-Port quarry, Varangeville, Meurth-et-Moselle Department, France.

Horizon: Exact horizon still under investigation.


Age: Late Triassic.


IRSNB M1830: Left lower molar.