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meaning: "Bistahi Destroyer"
Named By: Thomas Carr & Thomas Williamson in 2010
Time Period: Late Cretaceous, 74.5 Ma
Location: USA, New Mexico - Kirtland Formation
Size: Estimated 9 meters long
Diet: unavailable
Fossil(s): Two sets of remains representing juvenile and adult individuals
Classification: | Chordata | Reptilia | Dinosauria | Saurischia | Theropoda | Tyrannosauroidea |

Bistahieversor (meaning "Bistahi destroyer") is a genus of tyrannosaurid dinosaur. Bistahieversor existed in the Late Cretaceous Hunter Wash member of the Kirtland Formation, which has been dated to 74.55 +- 0.29 Ma.

The name Bistahieversor comes from the Navajo Bistahi, or "place of the adobe formations" in reference to the Bisti/De-Na-Zin Wilderness where it was found, and eversor, meaning "destroyer."

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