Genus: Koumpiodontosuchus SWEETMAN, PEDREIRA-SEGADE, & VIDOVIC, 2015
Etymology: Greek, 'unexpected', in reference to the unexpected fortuity of reovery of the rostral part of the specimen and the unexpected conclusion with regard to tis taxonomic status.

Species:  aprosdokiti SWEETMAN, PEDREIRA-SEGADE, & VIDOVIC, 2015

Lectotype: IWCMS 2012.203, 204

Locality: The foreshore near the village of Yaverland on the southeast coast of the Isle of Wight, England, Southern United Kingdom.

Horizon: Wessex Formation.


Age: Exact horizon unknown, Barremian Stage, Early Gallic subepoch, Early Cretaceous Epoch, Early Cretaceous.

Material: Posterior and rostarl parts of the skull, respectively, of a substantially complete, isolated skull comprising the cranium and mandibles in occlusion with it.