Species: glauconiticus OLSON & PARRIS, 1987
Etymology: From Latin, glaucus (Greek, glaukos), "bluish green or gray, sea-colored," applied to greensands because of their color, although appropriate because of their marine origins as well; in reference to the holotype having been recovered form beds of glauconite.
Holotype: NJSM 11341
Locality: Main fossiliferous layer of the Inversand Company marl pit, Sewell, Gloucester County, New Jersey.
Horizon: Basal Hornerstown Formation, Greensand, Rancocas Group.
Age: Late Maastrichtian Stage, uppermost Senonian subepoch, Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.
Material: Right humerus lacking the ventral tubercle, portions of the pectoral crest and other parts of the proximal end.
Note: There is some debate on whether this formation is Maastrichtian, Late
Cretaceous or Danian, Early Paleocene.