Holotype: UNC 15574
Locality: South-central region of the Durham sub-basin of the Deep river Basin, lat. 35°52’28”N, long. 78°53’81”W, Genlee, Durham County, North Carolina.
Horizon: Muddy sandstone of Lithofacies Association II sensu Hoffman and Gallagher (1989), Newark Supergroup.
Age: Norian Stage, Upper Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.
Material: Nearly complete skull with mandible in tight occlusion an partial,
largely articulated postcranial skeleton comprising of the vertebral column
from the atlas-axis complex back to the second caudal vertebra, dorsal dermal
armor, ribs and gastralia elements, left scapulocoracoid and almost complete
left forelimb, partial right scapula and proximal portion of the right humerus,
left ilium, left femur, distal end of the right femur, both tibiae, proximal
and ?distal portions of the left fibula, incomplete left calcaneum, 3 left
metatarsals, and fragments of several currently unidentifiable limb-bones.
Note: Found under a Postosuchus skeleton (NOVAK, WEINBAUM, PEYER & CARTER, 2002).
Dromicosuchus grallator (after Sues et al., 2003).