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meaning: "dawn Hupehsuchus"
Named By: X.inH. Chen, R. Motani, L. Cheng, D. Y. Jiang & O. Rieppel in 2014
Time Period: Lower Triassic, 247.2 Ma
Location: China - Jialingjiang Formation
Size: Preserved length of the holotype 1bput 18.5-19 centimetres long, but this does not include the tail
Diet: Carnivore/Piscivore
Fossil(s): Skull and partial post cranial skeleton
Classification: | Chordata | Reptilia | Hupehsuchia |

Eohupehsuchus is a genus of extinct hupehsuchian diapsids from the Lower Triassic of China. It is known from its holotype WGSC 26003, which was found in the Jialingjiang Formation, which dates to the upper Spathian. The binomial Eohupehsuchus brevicollis was chosen by the describers of the specimen, and it means "short necked dawn Hubei crocodile".

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