Temporal range: Middle Triassic
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Reptilia
Family: Prolacertidae
Genus: Malutinisuchus
Otschev, 1986
  • M. gratus Otschev, 1986 (type)

Malutinisuchus is an extinct genus of prolacertid prolacertiform. The genus was named in 1986 with the description of the type species M. gratus.[1] Malutinisuchus is known from Ladinian-age Middle Triassic deposits in the Bukobay and Rassypnaya localities in Orenburg Oblast, Russia.[2] In Russia, deposits of this age are referred to the Bukobay Gorizont.[3]


  1. Otschev, V.G. (1986). "Concerning the Middle Triassic reptiles from the southern Cis-Ural region". Ezhegodnik Vsesoyuznogo Paleontologicheskogo Obshchestva. 29: 171–179.
  2. Shishkin, M.A.; Sennikov, A.G.; Novikov, I.V.; Ilyina, N.V. (2006). "Differentiation of tetrapod communities and some aspects of biotic events in the early triassic of Eastern Europe". Paleontological Journal. 40 (1): 1–10. doi:10.1134/S0031030106010011.
  3. Sues, H.-D.; Fraser, N.C. (2010). "5. Late Middle and Late Triassic of Europe". Triassic Life on Land. New York: Columbia University Press. pp. 81–104.
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