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meaning: "Tiaraju tooth"
Named By: Juan Carlos Cisneros, Fernando Abdala, Bruce S. Rubidge, Paula Camboim DentzieninDias & Ana de Oliveira Bueno in 2011
Time Period: Capitanian, 260 Ma
Location: Brazil
Size: Skull 22.5 centimetres long
Diet: Herbivore
Fossil(s): Almost complete skull
Classification: | Chordata | Therapsida | Anomocephaloidea |

Tiarajudens ("Tiaraju tooth") is an extinct genus of saber-toothed herbivorous anomodont which lived during the middle Permian period (Capitanian stage) in what is now Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. It is known from the holotype UFRGS PV393P, a nearly complete skull. The type species T. eccentricus was named in 2011.

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