Genus: Hexinlusaurus BARRETT, BUTLER & KNOLL, 2005 (published in 2006)
Etymology: In honor of Professor He Xin-Lu of the Chengdu University of Technology, and Greek, sauros, "lizard."
= Proyandusaurus KNOLL, 1999 (nomen nudum)
Etymology: Greek, pro, "before" + Yandusaurus.

Note: This name was used in an abstract in 1999 attributed to Knoll. This abstract was published without his consent and the name is considered invalid (KNOLL pers. comm.)

Species: multidens (HE & CAI, 1983) BARRETT, BUTLER & KNOLL, 2005 (published in 2006)
= Yandusaurus multidens HE & CAI, 1983
Etymology: Latin, multi, "many" and Latin, dens, "teeth."
= Xiaosaurus multidens PENG, 1992 (sic)
= Agilisaurus multidens (HE & CAI, 1983) PENG, 1990
= Othnielia multidens (HE & CAI, 1983) PAUL, 1996
= Poyandusaurus multidens (HE & CAI, 1983) KNOLL, 1999 (nomen nudum)

Holotype: ZDM 6001 (field no. T6001)

Locality: Dashanpu (Dashanpu Dinosaur Quarry), lat. 29°5’N, long. 104°50’E, situated 11 km east of Zigong City, 250 km south of Chengdu, Hechuan County, Sichuan Basin, Sichuan (Szechwan) Province, China.

Horizon: Xaishaximiao (Shaximiao) Formation.


Age: Bathonian-Callovian Stage, Dogger Epoch, Middle Jurassic.
Note: Bajocian (CHEN et al. 1982), Lower Middle Dogger Epoch, Middle Jurassic.

Material: Nearly complete specimen.


T6002: Fragmentary skeleton.