|Named By:||R. A. Long & P. A. Murry in 1995|
|Time Period:||Late Triassic, 221 Ma|
|Location:||Morocco, Argana basin - Timezgadiouine Formation|
|Classification:||| Chordata | Reptilia | Phytosauria | Phytosauridae ||
|Also known as:||| Paleorhinus magnoculus ||
Arganarhinus (meaning "Argana (Morocco) snout") is an extinct genus of phytosaur known from the late Triassic period (Middle Carnian stage) of Argana basin in Morocco. It is known from a skull which is housed at the Museum national d'Histoire naturelle. It was first named by Long and Murry in 1995 and the type species is Arganarhinus magnoculus. Its closest relative was Paleorhinus.