Genus: Novacaesareaia PARRIS & HOPE, 2002
Etymology: Latin, conventional usage for New Jersey, contracted with Latin, ala, "wing."

Species: hungerfordorum emend PARRIS & HOPE, 2002
Etymology: In honor of the Hungerford Family, owners of the company mine that produced the specimen, commemorating the family’s generosity in support of the New Jersey State Museum.
= Novacaesareaia hungerfordi PARRIS & HOPE, 2002

Holotype: NJSM 11302

Locality: Inversand Company marl pit, Sewell, Gloucester County, New Jersey.

Horizon: Hornerstown Formation, Rancocas Group.


Age: Late Maastrichtian Stage, uppermost Senonian subepoch, Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous or Earliest Danian, Lower Paleocene Epoch, Lowermost Paleogene Period, Lower Cenozoic era.

Material: Left forelimb fragments including the distal end and another midshaft section of the ulna, the proximal end and midshaft segments of the radius, and other unidentified bone splinters, all associated in situ.