Genus: Daurosaurus ALIFRANOV & SAVELIEV, 2014
Etymology: From Dauria, ancient Russian name of western areas of Transbaikalia and eastern areas of the Amur Region, and Greek, sauros, "lizard."
Species: olovus ALIFRANOV & SAVELIEV, 2014
Etymology: From the Olov River flowing in the vinicty of the locality, Olov Depression, Cherynyshevsky District, Chita Region, southeastern Siberia.
Holotype: PIN no. 5434/1 (a,b)
Locality: Kulinda locality, Orlovskaya Depression, Olov Depression, Cherynyshevsky District, Chita Region, southeastern Siberia, Asian Russia. Transbaikala.
Horizon: Ukureisk Formation.
Age: Tithonian Stage, Upper Malm Epoch, Late Jurassic.
Material: Ischium (fragment), ilium, femur, and tibia.
PIN nos. 5434/17, 5434/20 (a, b), 5434/37 (a, b): ilia.
PIN nos. 5434/39 (a, b), 5434/40, 5434/43: ISchia.
PIN no. 5434/57: Humerus with bristle-like integument, and oval platy scales.