Species: lacustris SANZ & BUSCALIONI, 1992
Etymology: Latin, lacustris, "lacustrine": referring to its possible lacustrine habitat.
Locality: Las Hoyas fossil site, La Cierva Township, , 20 km east of Cuenca, in the Castellan Branch of the Iberian Range, Province of Cuenca, Spain.
Horizon: Calizas de La Huerguina Formation.
Age: Upper Hauterivian Stage, Late Neocomian subepoch-Lower Barremian Stage, Early Gallic subepoch, Early Cretaceous Epoch, Early Cretaceous.
Material: Postcranial skeleton, including wing, hind limbs, and coracoids, furcula and sternum.
CAMBRA-MOO, BUSCALIONI, CUBO, CASTANET, LOTH, de MARGERIE & de RICQLES, 2006
LH21006 a-b: A poorly preserved specimen with batch bone perservation and impressions.