Genus: Stolokrosuchus LARSSON & GADO, 2000
Etymology: Greek, stolokros, Greek African name for the undeveloped horns of a juvenile goat in reference to the prefrontal protuberances, and Greek souchos, Greek name for the Egyptian crocodile-headed god Sebek.

Species: lapparenti LARSSON & GADO, 2000
Etymology: In honor of A. F. de Lapparent for his pioneering work with Cretaceous terrestrial vertebrates in western Africa.

Holotype: MNN GDF 600

Locality: Approximately 140 km southeast of Agadez, 16°26’49”N, 9°7’39”E, Republic of Niger, Northern Africa.

Horizon: Elrhaz Formation.


Age: Aptian Stage, Middle Gallic Subepoch, Upper Early Cretaceous Epoch, Early Cretaceous.

Material: A nearly complete cranium.

Referred material:

MNN GDF 601: A right angular found in situ next to the craniumn.

MNN GDF 602: A left mandible found approximately 2 meters from the holotype.