|Named By:||LeinTian Ma, DainYong Jiang, Olivier Rieppel, Ryosuke Motani & Andrea Tintori in 2015|
|Time Period:||Middle Triassic, 237 Ma|
|Location:||China, Guizhou Province - Falang Formation|
|Size:||Preserved skeleton length about 2.25-2.3 meters long, but this is missing the end of the tail. Holotype individual probably up to about 2.5 meters long when complete|
|Fossil(s):||Most of the skeleton|
|Classification:||| Chordata | Reptilia | Sauropterygia | Pistosauroidea ||
Wangosaurus is an extinct genus of basal pistosauroid known from the Middle Triassic (late Ladinian stage) Falang Formation of Xingyi in Guizhou Province, southwestern China. It contains a single species, Wangosaurus brevirostris, first described and named by Le-Tian Ma, Da-Yong Jiang, Olivier Rieppel, Ryosuke Motani and Andrea Tintori in 2015. The specific name brevirostris comes from Greek for "short snout". It is known solely from its holotype, a nearly complete and articulated skeleton missing only the rear part of its tail.