Genus: Langobardisaurus RENESTO, 1994
Etymology: From “Langobardi” Latin, “long beard”, an ancient German people whose name was inherited by the Italian region (Lombardy) in which the fossils were collected and Greek, sauros, "lizard."

Species: pandolfii RENESTO, 1994
Etymology: In honor of Mario Pandolfi, the preparator of the Museo Civico di Scienze Naturali “E. Cliffi”, Bergamo. His finds and his skilled preparation of many specimens provided great aid to scientific research on the fossil vertebrates from the Bergamo region.

Holotype: MCSNB 2883

Locality: The small quarry near Cene, Val Seriana, Bergamo, Lombardia Province, North Italy.

Horizon: Uppermost section of the Calcare di Zorzino.


Age: Middle Norian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material: Partial skeleton in ventral view, lacking the anterior limbs and portion of the vertebral column.

Paratype: MCSNB 4860: Complete skeleton of a juvenile individual.


Species: tonelloi MUSCIO, 1996
Etymology: In honor of Ruggero Tonello from Montenars, Udine, Italy.
= Macrocnemus in SIRNA et al, 1994

Holotype: MFSN 1921

Locality: Seazza creek Valley, Preone, Friuli, Udine Province, Italy.

Horizon: Lower member of <<Dolomai di Forni>>.

Biostratigraphy: Alaunia 2/3.

Age: Norian Stage, Upper Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material: Skull and nearly complete skeleton.