|Named By:||Berman et al in 2010|
|Time Period:||Late Pennsylvanian, 300 Ma|
|Location:||USA, Pennsylvania, Casselman Formation, Pittsburgh|
|Size:||Total size is uncertain due to insufficient remains, but estimates place it at around 60 centimetres long. Skull length is 11.5 centimetres|
|Fossil(s):||Single but well preserved skull|
|Classification:||| Chordata | Tetrapoda | Amphibia | Temnospondyli | Euskelia | Dissorophoidea | Trematopidae ||
Fedexia is an extinct genus of carnivorous temnospondyl within the family Trematopidae. It lived 300 million years ago during the late Carboniferous period. It is estimated to have been 2 feet (0.61 m) long, and likely resembled a salamander. Fedexia is known from a single skull found in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is named after the shipping service FedEx, which owned the land where the holotype specimen was first found.