Among a small lot of Triassic fossils from Württemberg presented to Professor O. C. Marsh by Dr. Eberhard Fraas is a lateral dorsal armor plate of a pseudosuchian, Yale Peabody Museum no. 3694, which bears a small pyramidal spine. Similar plates were figured by H. von Meyer (1861, p. 341-342, pi. 43, figs. 4-7) and attributed to "Belodon" These plates so closely resemble the corresponding portions of the armor of Typothorax meadei Sawin from the Dockum formation of Texas that familial or even generic affinity is suspected. Inasmuch as no horned pseudosuchian has hitherto been recognized from Europe, they deserve particular notice.