Named By: I. d. S. Carvalho, V. P. A. Teixeira, M. L. F. Ferraz, L. C. B. Ribeiro, A. G. Martinelli, F. M. Neto, J. J. W. Sertich, G. C. Cunha, I. C. Cunha & P. F. Ferraz - 2011.
Classification: Chordata, Reptilia, Crocodylomorpha, Sebecosuchia, Baurusuchidae, Pissarrachampsinae.
Species: C. dinizi (type).
Size: Unknown due to lack of fossil remains.
Known locations: Brazil - Adamantina Formation.
Time period: Turonian of the Cretaceous.
Fossil representation: Partial skull and dentary.
Campinasuchus is a genus of sebecosuchian crocodylomorph that lived in South America during the late Cretaceous. Unfortunately little is known about Campinasuchus, though the genus is thought to be related to Pissarrachampsa and Wargosuchus.
- Campinasuchus dinizi gen. et sp. nov., a new Late Cretaceous baurusuchid (Crocodyliformes) from the Bauru Basin, Brazil. - Zootaxa 2871:19-42. - I. d. S. Carvalho, V. P. A. Teixeira, M. L. F. Ferraz, L. C. B. Ribeiro, A. G. Martinelli, F. M. Neto, J. J. W. Sertich, G. C. Cunha, I. C. Cunha & P. F. Ferraz - 2011.
- Postcranial skeleton of Campinasuchus dinizi (Crocodyliformes, Baurusuchidae) from the Upper Cretaceous of Brazil, with comments on the ontogeny and ecomorphology of the species. - Cretaceous Research. 70: 163–188. - Leonardo Cotts, André Eduardo Piacentini Pinheiro, Thiago da Silva Marinho, Ismar Carvalho & Fabio Di Dario - 2017.