Genus: Pepesuchus CAMPOS, OLIVEIRA, FIGUEIREDO, RIFF, AZEVEDO, CARVALHO & KELLNER, 2011
Etymology: In honor of the late Professor Jose Martin Suarez (known by his colleagues as Pepe) the discoverer and main fossil collector at the "Tartarugito" outcrop. He lead Llewellyn Ivor Price and one of the authors (DAC) to his site for the first time in 1969, from which numerous specimens have been collected since than by several institutions. Pepe assisted the Museum national team in several fieldworks including the one where the type specimen (MN 7005-V) was recovered. He also donated the paratype (MCT 1788-R) to the Museu de Ciencias da Terra, along with numerous specimens over the years and Greek, souchos, "crocodile."

Species: deiseae CAMPOS, OLIVEIRA, FIGUEIREDO, RIFF, AZEVEDO, CARVALHO & KELLNER, 2011
Etymology: In honor of the paleontologist Deise Dias Rego Henriques who has maintained the traditional research on vertebrae fossils at the Museu Nacional?UFRJ. She also takes care of teh fossil vertebrate collection of teh museum wiht dedication and diligence.

Holotype: MN 7005-V

Locality: "Tartaruguio" site, Km 376 of the old Sorocabana railroad, between the cities of Pirapozinho and Presidente Prudente, 22°13'14.9"S, 51°25'58.3W, Sao Paulo State, Brazil.

Horion: Presidente Prudente Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Upper Campanian Stage- Lower Maastrichtian Stage, Senonian subepoch, Upper Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material: Nearly complete skull, lower jaw and skeleton, sacral and caudal vertebrae, osteoderms and limbs.

Paratype:

DNPM (MCT 1788-R): A nearly complete skull and lower jaw.

Referred material:

IORI, de SOUZA CARVALHO dos SANTOS, DORO, 2011

Locality: Found duirng the construction of roadway SP 351, Catanduva County, Sao Paulo State, Brazil.

Horizon: Adamantina Formation.

Bistratigraphy:

Age: Turonian Stage, Late Gallic Subepoch, Middle Gulf Epoch-santonian Stage, Senonian Stage, Early Late Cretceous.

Material:

MPMA 68-0001-11: Fragment of left mandible, posterior portion of skull and a rib.