Genus: Antaeusuchus NICHOLL, HUNT, QUARHACHE & MANNION, 2021
Etymology: From Berber and Greek mythology, Antaeus, who is said to be burie at Msoura in northern Mroocco, and Greek, suchos, "crocodile."

Species: taouzensis NICHOLL, HUNT, QUARHACHE & MANNION, 2021
Etymology: In reference to the township Taouz from where the holotype and paratype specimens were recovered.

Holotype: NHMUK PV R36829

Locality: Near to Jebel Beg'aa, Taouz township, Errachidia Province, eastern Moroco.

Horizon: Kem Kem Group.


Age: Cenomanian Stage, Late Gallic Subepoch, Lower Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material: Paired mandibles, comprising an essentially complete left dentary and splenial, along with a partial angular and surangular, in articulation with the anterior portion of the right dentary and splenal.

Paratype: NHMUK PV R36874: A partial right mandible, comprising an incomplete dentary, surangular and angular.