Genus: Gongpoquansaurus YOU, LI, & DODSON, 2014
Etymology: Gongpoquan Basin, Gansu (Kansu) Province, China, where the material of the type species was recovered, and Greek, sauros, "lizard."

Species: mazongshanensis (LÜ, 1997) YOU, LI, & DODSON, 2014
= Probactrosaurus mazongshanensis LÜ, 1997
Etymology: In reference to Mazongshan, Gansu (Kansu) Province, China, where the specimen was discovered.

Holotype: IVPP V. 11333 (field number 9208-21)

Locality: Gongpoquan Basin, Town of Mazongshan, Subei Mongol Autonomous, Jiuquan City , Gansu (Kansu) Province, China.

Horizon: Middle grey unit of Zhonggou Formation, Xinminbao Group.


Age: Albian Stage, Middle Gallic Subepoch, Upper Early Cretaceous Epoch, Early Cretaceous.

Material: Posterior part of an incomplete skull.

Referred material:

IVPP V. 11334-1: 4 cervical vertebrae, including one nearly complete tenth cervical vertebra.

IVPP V. 11334-2: Second dorsal vertebra.

IVPP V. 11334-3: Nearly complete sacrum.

IVPP V. 11334-4: 2 series of caudal vertebrae, some with spines and haemal arches.

IVPP V. 11334-5: A right femur missing the proximal part.

IVPP V. 11334-6, 7: Parts of the right and left pubis.

IVPP V. 11334-8: A part of the anterior process of the left ilium.

IVPP V. 11334-9: The posterior part of a right ilium.

IVPP V. 11334-10, 11: 2 nearly complete maxillary teeth.

IVPP V. 11334-12, 13, 14, 15: 4 dentary teeth.

IVPP V. 11334-16: Part of the left quadrate.

IVPP V. 11334-17: Complete left scapula.

IVPP V. 11334-18: Part of the left humerus.