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Named By: F. C. Montefeltro, H. C. E. Larsson & M. C. Langer in 2011
Time Period: Late Cretaceous, Campanian-Maastrichtian
Location: Brazil - Vale do Rio do Peixe Formation
Size: Preserved length of the skull about 27.6 centimetres. Total reconstructed length of holotype skull roughly 33.2 centimetres
Diet: Carnivore
Fossil(s): Partial skull skulls and lower jaw
Classification: | Chordata | Reptilia | Crocodylomorpha | Notosuchia | Sebecosuchia | Baurusuchidae | Pissarrachampsinae |

Pissarrachampsa (meaning "picarra [the local name for the sandstones it was recovered from] crocodile") is an extinct genus of baurusuchid mesoeucrocodylian from the Late Cretaceous of Brazil. It is based on a nearly complete skull and a referred partial skull and lower jaw from the ?Campanian - ?Maastrichtian-age Vale do Rio do Peixe Formation of the Bauru Group, found in the vicinity of Gurinhata, Brazil.

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