Genus: Parabohaiornis WANG, ZHOU, O'CONNOR & ZELENKOV, 2014
Etymology: Latin, para, "near": to indicate similar morphology to bohaiornithids, and Bohaiornis.
Species: martini WANG, ZHOU, O'CONNOR & ZELENKOV, 2014
Etymology: In honor of the late Prof. Larry D. Martin, a paleontologist who made great contributions to the study of the evolution of birds during the course of his life.
Holotype: IVPP V 18691
Locality: Lamadong Town, Jiangchang County, Liaonign Province, China.
Horizon: Jiufotang Formation.
Age: Early Cretacous.
Material: Nearly complete and partially articulated skeleton.
Parabohaiornis martini (after WANG, et al., 2014), Holotype: IVPP V 18691.
IVPP V 18690: Skeleton, missing the skull, ulna, radius, and hands.