Temporal range: Late Triassic
|Pelvis of Acompsosaurus wingatensis (anterior view)|
Acompsosaurus is an extinct genus of aetosaur. It is known from a partial skeleton found from the Petrified Forest Member of the Chinle Formation near Fort Wingate, New Mexico, which is now lost. The generic name means "sturdy lizard." It may be a junior synonym of Stagonolepis as its pelvis closely resembles that of S. robertsoni.
- Hunt, A. P.; and Lucas; S. G. (1989). "Late Triassic vertebrate localities in New Mexico". In Lucas, S. G. and Hunt, A. P. (eds.). Dawn of the Age of Dinosaurs in the American Southwest. Albuquerque, New Mexico: New Mexico Museum of Natural History. pp. 72–101.
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