Eudeinognatha ("true Deinognathans") are a clade of Deinognatha native to the forests.
Eudeinognathans are the earliest and original forms of Deinognatha, having diverged comparatively little from early species. They serve as the apex predators of the forests, hunting Megalobrachids and supplementing their diets with plants and carrion when necessary. Their pedipalps help them to restrain prey, while their robust jaws and serrated teeth easily slice through flesh.
At 2 meters tall, Eudeinognathans are the largest animals present in the forests, although they are dwarfed by animals on the steppe and in pelagic environments.