Genus: Paluxysuchus ADAMS, 2013
Etymology: Paluxy, in reference to the Paluxy River, Hood County, Texas.which flows near the locality from which the fossils were collected, and Greek, souchos, "suchus"; the Egyptian crocodile god, Sobek.
Species: newmani ADAMS, 2013
Etymology: In honor of Kent Newman, who was instrumental in the excavation and preparation of many of fossils from SMU Locality 282.
Holotype: SMU 76601
Locality: W. W. Jones Ranch, SMU Locality 282 (FWMSH 93B-10), south-southwest of the town of Tolar, Hood County, Texas. Note: Exact locality data are on file at the Shuler Museum of Paleontology, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas.
Horizon: Twin Mountains Formation.
Age: Late Aptian Stage, Middle Gallic Subepoch, Upper Early Cretaceous Epoch, Early Cretaceous.
Material: Skull and partial mandible.
SMU 76602: Left angular and right ectopterygoid.
SUAREZ, FREDERICKSON, DIFELLI, PITTMAN, NYDAM, HUNT-FOSTER & MOGAN, 2021
Locality: Briar Site, ca. 18 km NNW Nashville, 34.09°N, 93.88°W, Howard County, Southwest Arkansas.
Horizon: Uppermost Holly Cross Formation, Trinity Group.
Age: Albian Stage, Middle Gallic Subepoch, Late Early Cretaceous Epoch, Early Cretaceous.
UA-2016-13-25, 2016-135, 2016-13-169: 37 partial to complte teeth.
UA-2016-13-25: Posterior lobe of the left quadratojugal.
UA-2016-13-27: Right quadrate.
TMM 41881: Nearly complete skull.