A fourth genus and species of dosweliid, Jaxtasuchus salomoni, was named in 2013 from several skeletons found in the Ladinian-age Lower Keuper of Germany. It was found to be the sister taxon of Doswellia, while Archaeopelta was found to be a more basal dosweliid.
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