| Geological formation|
The Lower Maleri Formation is a sedimentary rock formation found in Andhra Pradesh, India. It is the lowermost member of the Pranhita–Godavari Basin. It is of late Carnian to early Norian age (Upper Triassic), and is notable for its fossils of early dinosaurs, including the basal saurischian (possible theropod) Alwalkeria.
Lower Maleri Formation Wikipedia
cf. Angistorhinus and cf. Typothorax have also been recovered from it.