Genus: Kerberosaurus BOLOTSKY & GODEFROIT, 2004
Etymology: Greek, Kerberos, Greek mothology’s monsterous dog was the guardian of the Tartarus; it had a dragon tail and bore sanke heads along its back and Greek, sauros, "lizard."
= Kundurosaurus GODEFROIT, BOLOTSKY & LAUTERS, 2012
Etymology: From Kundar, Amur Region, Asian Russia, the type locality, and the transliterated, and Greek, sauros, "lizard."
= Gryposaurus Species: Nova GODEFROIT, BOLOTSKY & LAUTERS, 2009

Species: manakini BOLOTSKY & GODEFROIT, 2004
Etymology: In honor of the Russian Colonel Manakin, pioneer of the palaeontological research in the Amur Region, who first obtained dinosaur bones from the banks of the Amur River.

Holotype: AENM 1/319

Locality: Upper part of Nagornaia street, 50°16’11.6”N, 127°28’33.1”E, west of Blagoveschensk City, Amur Region, Asian Russia.

Horizon: Middle of the Tsagayan Formation.

Biostratigraphy: Wodehouseia spinata-Aquilapollenites subtilis palynozone.

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

Material: Caudal part of a cranium.


ANEM 1/431: Fused and paired exoccipitials-opisthotics.

ANEM 1/30, 31, 32, 221: Frontals.

ANEM 1/243, 320: Prefrontals.

ANEM 1/200: Jugal.

ANEM 1/318, 324: Nasals.

ANEM 1/36: Squamosal.

ANEM 1/38: Quadrate.

ANEM 1/322, 323: Maxillae.


Referred material:


= Kundurosaurus nagornyi GODEFROIT, BOLOTSKY & LAUTERS, 2012
Etymology: In honor of V. A. Nagorny (Far Eastern Institute of Minearl Resources, FEB RAS), who discovered the Kundar Locality.

Holotype: AENM 2/921

Locality: Kundar, N49°04'57.5", E130°51'34.1", Amur Province, Asian Russia.

Horizon: Udurchukan Formation.

Biostratigraphy: Wodehouseia spinata - Aquilapollenites subtiles palynozone.

Age: ?Late Maastrichtian Stage, Uppermost Senonian Subepoch, Uppermost Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material: A partial disarticulated skull.

Referred specimens.

AENM 2/45, 2/46: Jugals.

AENM 2/83, 2/84, 2/86: Maxillae.

AENM 2/57, 2/58: Nasals.

AENM 2/48: Postorbital.

AEN 2/19: Quadrate.

AENM 2/121, 2/928: Partial braincases.

AENM 2/846, 2/902: Dentaries.

AENM 2/906: Scapula.

AEN 2/913: Sternal.

AENM 2/117, 2/903, 2/907, 2/908: Humeri.

AENM 2/905: Ulna.

AENM 2/904: Radius.

AENM 2/922: Nearly complete pelvic girdle and associated sacral elements.