Jubbulpuria is an Invalid genus of little dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous of India. It has been synonymised with Laevisuchus.


The genus name could be translated as; the "Jubbulpore one". The sort was in 1932 named by Friedrich von Huene. The nonexclusive title alludes to Jabalpur in India, within the region of which the fossils were found. The sort species, Jubbulpuria tenuis, was portrayed by Huene and Charles Alfred Matley in 1933.

The particular title implies "slim" in Latin. Its fossil examples were found by Matley within the Lameta Arrangement, dating from the Late Cretaceous. Jubbulpuria was a small theropod, estimated to have been 0.5 metres high, 1.2 metres long, and weighing vaguely several kilograms. Jubbulpuria was initially classified by Huene as a coelurid dinosaur comparative to but it was smaller than the aformentioned Coeluroides, another ineffectively known theropod from the Lameta Arrangement. Later analysts have concluded that its position is difficult to decide with any certainty past a common Theropoda incertae sedis, which it ought to be considered a nomen dubium. It may have been a ceratosaur.

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It appeared in Dinosaur Explorers.