Genus: Albertadromeus BROWN, EVANS, RYAN & RUSSELL, 2013
Etymology: Alberta (Candian Province) and Greek, dromeus, "runner"; 'Alberta' honors the Canadian province of Alberta wehre the only remains of the animal are currently known, and 'dromeus,' from the Greek for the inferred cursorial nature of this animal.

Species: syntarsus BROWN, EVANS, RYAN & RUSSELL, 2013
Etymology: Greek, syn, "together," and Greek, tarsus, "ankle"; describing the autapormorphic condition of the distal fibula being reduced and fused to the distal tibia.

Holotype: RTMP 2009.037.0044

Locality: Canal Creek, northern section of the Pinhorn Provincial Grazing Reserve, Cypress County, Alberta Province, Canada.

Note: Detailed locality data on file with the RTMP for qulified scientist.

Horizon: Upper Oldman Formation, middle Judith River Group.


Age: Judithian age, Midle Campanian Stage, Senonian subepoch, Upper Gulf epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material: Isolated cervical rib, 2 articulated dorsal vertebrae and an isolated caudal vertebra, ossifled tendons, left tibia and fibula, fragment of right fibula, and fragmentary metatarsal an ungual.