Genus: Enantiophoenix CAU & ARDUINI, 2008
Etymology: Greek, enantios, "opposite" and Phoenix: "the opposite phoenix, in reference to the enantiornihine status of MSNM V3882 (Dalla Vecchia & Chiappe, 2002) and to the mythological bird "Phoenix", which alludes to the ancient names of Lebanon.
= Genus: Nova? DALLA VECCHIA, VENTURINI & TENTOR, 2002
Species: electrophyla CAU & ARDUINI, 2008
Etymology: Greek, "that likes amber": referes to the presence of amber copruscles scattered between the bones.
Holotype: MSNM V3882a, b
Locality: Left flank of the Ouadi al Babour near the village of Nammoura (Kesrouaune Caza, Mohafazt of Mont-Liban), some 25 km NE of Beirut, Hakel, Kesrouane Province, Lebanon.
Age: Late Middle Cenomanian Stage, Upper Gallic Subepoch, Lowermost Gulf Epoch, Middle Cretaceous.
Material: An incomplete and disarticulated skeleton mixed with carbonized remains of feathers.