Genus: Hamadasuchus BUFFETAUT, 1994
Etymology: Based on the Arabic “hamada”, a stony plateau, refers to the geographical origin of the type specimen, and Greek suchos for crocodile.

Species: rebouli BUFFETAUT, 1994
Etymology: In honor of Roland Reboul, who presented the specimen to the Musee des Dinosaures.

Holotype: Musee des Dinosaures, Esperaza, No. MDE C001

Locality: “Hamada du Guir”, near Taouz, Southern Morocco.

Horizon: Red beds.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Late Albian Stage, Middle Gallic Subepoch, Uppermost Early Cretaceous Epoch to Early Cenomanian Stage, Uppermiddle Gallic Subepoch, Lowermost Gulf Epoch, Early Cretaceous.

Material: Incomplete left dentary.

Referred material:

SIDOR & LARSSON, 1997, LARSSON & SIDOR, 1999

Locality: Near Taouz, Southeastern Morocco.

Horizon: Kem Kem Beds.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Cenomanian Stage, Uppermiddle Gallic Subepoch, Lowermost Gulf Epoch, Middle Cretaceous.

Material:

SGM-REP 1: Caniform Tooth.

SGM-REP 2: Middle tooth row.

SGM-REP 3: Posterior tooth.

SUES & LARSSON, 2002, LARSSON & SUES, 2007

ROM 49282: Associated snout and partial left mandibular ramus of a smaller individual.

ROM 52045: Nearly complete right dentary of a large individual.

ROM 52047: Left dentary of a small individual.

ROM 52059: Posterior portion of a well-preserved braincase with the left jugal and quadratojugal.

ROM 52620: Complete skull of a large individual.

ROM 54585: Interorbital region of the skull roof of another large individual.

ROM 54511: Posterior portion of a well preserved braincase.

ROM 54512: Fragmentary left maxilla of a smaller individual.

ROM 54513: Fragmentary braincase of a smaller specimen.

Hamadasuchus rebouli (after Larsson, & Sues, 2007).