Genus: Dorbignysuchus JOUVE, de MUIZON, CESPEDES-PAZ, SOSSA-SORUCO & KNOLL, 2020
Etymology: In honor of French anturalist Alcide Charles Victor Marie Dessalines d'Orbigny (6 September 1802 to 30 June 1857), Professor of Palaeontology at the Paris Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle, who explored South America, including Bolivia, during the 19th century, and Latinized Ancient Greek, soukhos, "Egyptian crocodile god Sobek."
Species: niatu JOUVE, de MUIZON, CESPEDES-PAZ, SOSSA-SORUCO & KNOLL, 2020
Etymology: Latiniation of the Quechua, nat'u, "short nose," in reference to the short size of the snout of the species. It is a noun in apposition.
Locality: Blanco Rancho, North of Anzaldo, Esteban Arce Province, Department of Cochabamba, Bolivia.
Horizon: Santa Lucia Formation.
Age: Lower Danian Stage, Paleocene Epoch, Lower Paleogene Period, Tertiary Subera, Cenozoic Era.
Material: A partial skull and mandible.
MHNC.14062: Posterior portion of a skull.
MHNC.14063: Posterior portion of a skull an dfirst three cervical vertebrae.