|Named By:||X.inC. Wu, Z.inW. Cheng & A. P. Russell in 2001|
|Time Period:||Early Cretaceous|
|Location:||China - Nenjiang Formation|
|Size:||Skull 28 centimetres long|
|Fossil(s):||Skull and partial post cranial skeletal remains|
|Classification:||| Chordata | Reptilia | Crocodylomorpha | Eusuchia ||
Rugosuchus (meaning "uneven or wrinkled crocodile", in reference to texturing on its upper jaw bones) is an extinct genus of neosuchian crocodyliform from the late Early Cretaceous of China. It is known from most of a skull, a partial postcranial skeleton, and a second partial skeleton including part of the hips. It was described by Wu and colleagues in 2001, with R. nonganensis as the type species. At the time of its description, it was the most complete crocodyliform from northeastern China, and only the second known.