Shansisuchus shansisuchus (Young 1964) Middle Triassic ~220 mya, was derived from a sister to Fugusuchus and Garjainia and was a sister to Erythrosuchus in the Erythrosuchidae.
Distinct from Garjainia, the skull of Shansisuchus had a lower, angled rostrum with a smaller naris and a larger secondary opening appeared between the naris and antorbital fenestra. The orbit was larger. The anterior dentary was raised.
The cervicals were much smaller and the chevrons apparently much shorter.
Pedal digit V was much reduced, but metatarsal V was wide.
See Proterosuchusfor a local family tree. A more complete tree is here.