|Named By:||R. M. Dawley, J. M. Zawiskie & J. W. Cosgriff in 1979|
|Time Period:||Middle - Late Triassic, 238-230 Ma|
|Location:||USA, Wyoming - Popo Agie Formation|
|Size:||Skull estimated at about 65 centimetres long. Total length estimated at about 4.9-5.2 meters long|
|Fossil(s):||Partial skull and post cranial remains of about 50% of the animal. In total fossil remains of at least four individuals are known|
|Classification:||| Chordata | Reptilia | Rauisuchia | Paracrocodylomorpha | Loricata ||
Heptasuchus is an extinct genus of loricatan pseudosuchian known from the Middle or Late Triassic upper Chugwater Group of Wyoming, United States. It contains a single species, Heptasuchus clarki, the first formally recognized "rauisuchian" or loricatan pseudosuchian from North America.