|Name Translation||Leaf tooth|
|Period||Late Jurassic 156-150 Million Years Ago|
|Size||2 m long, 0.8 m tall, 25 kg in weight|
Phyllodon ("leaf tooth") is a small hypsilophodont from Portugal. It is possibly related to Drinker and Othnielosaurus from North America. It lived during the Late Jurassic. The same name is also in use for a genus of moss. Phyllodon is known only from teeth and possibly partial lower jaws.