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meaning: "Redonda lizard"
Named By: A. P. Hunt & S. G. Lucas in 1993
Time Period: Late Triassic 221-201.6 Ma
Location: USA, New Mexico - Chinle Formation, Redonda Formation, Travesser Formation. Utah - Wingate Sandstone Formation
Size: Largest known skull 80 centimetres long, total body size approximately up to about 6.4 meters long
Diet: Carnivore
Fossil(s): Fossil remains of several individuals
Classification: | Chordata | Reptilia | Phytosauria | Phytosauridae | Leptosuchomorpha | Pseudopalatinae |

Redondasaurus (pron: "ruh-don-duh-SORE-us" or "Re-don-dah-sore-us")is an extinct genus of phytosaur from the Late Triassic (230-200 million years ago) of the southwestern United States. It was named by Hunt & Lucas in 1993, and contains two species, R. gregorii and R. bermani. It is the youngest and most evolutionarily-advanced of the phytosaurs.

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