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meaning: "Complete lizard"
Named By: Jacques Amand EudesinDeslongchamps in 1869
Time Period: Bajocian - Bathonian, 168-167 Ma
Location: France
Size: Unavailable
Diet: Carnivore/Piscivore
Fossil(s): Partial skull and post cranial remains, but the holotype was lost in World War 2
Classification: | Chordata | Reptilia | Crocodylomorpha | Thalattosuchia | Metriorhynchoidea |
Also known as: | Teleidosaurus joberti | Teleosaurus calvadosii |

Teleidosaurus is an extinct genus of carnivorous metriorhynchoid crocodyliform from Middle Jurassic (late Bajocian to early Bathonian stage) deposits of Normandy, France. The name Teleidosaurus means "Complete lizard", and is derived from the Greek Teleidos- ("complete") and sauros -sauros ("lizard").

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