Genus: Canardia PRIETO-MARQUEZ, DALLA VECCHIA, GAETE, & GALOBART, 2013
Etymology: French, canard, "duck"; alluding to the hadrosaurian nature of this animal (hadrosauroids are also informally known as "duck-billed" dinosaurs).

Species: garonnensis PRIETO-MARQUEZ, DALLA VECCHIA, GAETE, & GALOBART, 2013
Etymology: In reference to Haute-Garonne, the department in southern France where this lambeosaurine has been found.

Holotype: MDE Ma3-16

Localty: Tricoute 3 locality of the Aurignac anticline, southwest of Marignac-Laspeyres, Petites-Pyrenees, approximately 65 km southwest of Toulouse, Haute-Garonne Department, southern France.

Horizon: Basal section of the Marnes d'Auzas Fromation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Upper Maastrichtian Stage, uppermost Senonian subepoch, Upper Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material: A nearly complete right maxilla.

Referred material:

MDE-Ma3-12: Partial left scapula.

MDE-Ma3-15: Partial left maxilla.

MDE-Ma3-17: Left quadrate.

MDE-Ma3-18: Right prefrontal.

MDE-Ma3-19: Partial left surangular.

MDE-Ma3-20: Left humerus.

MDE-Ma3-21: Partial eft scapula.

MDE-Ma3-23: Partial right pubis.

MDE-Ma3-24: Partial left sternal plate.

MDE-Ma3-25: Dentary tooth crown.

MDE-Ma3-26: Partial right dentary dental battery.

MDE-Ma3-28: Articular.

MDE-Ma3-29: Partial right prefrontal.

MDE-Ma3-30: Partial right pterygoid.

REP-LCR (private collection of Dominique Teodori, France): Partial right and nearly complete right maxilla.