Genus: Kulindadromeus GODEFROIT, SINISTA, DHOUALLY, BOLOTSKY, SIZOV, McNAMARA, BENTON & SPAGNA, 2014
Etymology: Kulinda, Olov Depression, Cherynyshevsky District, Chita Region, southeastern Siberia, Asian Russia, in reference to the type locality, and Greek, dromeus, "runner."
= Kulindapteryx ALIFANOV & SAVELIEV, 2014
Etymology: From the Kulinda locality, Olov Depression, Cherynyshevsky District, Chita Region, southeastern Siberia, Asian Russia and Greek, pteryx, "wing."
= Lepidocheirosaurus ALIVANOV, & SAVELIEV, 2015
Etymology: Greek, lepis, "scale," Greek, cheiros, "hand," and Greek, sauros, "lizard."

Species: zabaikalicus GODEFROIT, SINISTA, DHOUALLY, BOLOTSKY, SIZOV, McNAMARA, BENTON & SPAGNA, 2014
Etymology: From Zabaikal krai region, southeastern Siberia, Asian Russia, where the new dinosaur was discovered.

Holotype: INREC K3/109

Locality: Kulinda, Olov Depression, Cherynyshevsky District, Chita Region, southeastern Siberia, Asian Russia.

Horizon: Base of the Ukureyskaya Formation.

Biosratigraphy:

Age: Middle to Late Jurassic.

Material: Skull.

Skull.

Referred material:

INREC K3/112: Dorsal vertebra.

INREC K3/113: Left ilium.

INREC K3/114: Left pubis.

INREC K3/124: Right ischium.

INREC K3/134: Right scapula.

INREC K3/200: Dentary teeth.

INREC K3/202: Distal caudal vertebra.

INREC K3/203: Associated left humerus and scapula.

INREC K3/204: Proximal portion of right scapula.

INREC K3/205: Left ulna.

INREC K3/206: Right femur.

INREC K3/207: Right tibia.

INREC K4/22: Partial skull.

INREC K4/42: Right maxilla.

INREC K4/57: Scales around the tibia and around the tarsus.

INREC K4/72: Right metatarsus.

INREC K4/94: Double row of scales above the proximal part of the tail.

INREC K4/116: Distal portio of left (?) femur with 'feather impressons'.

INREC K4/117: Caudal scales.

INREC K4/118: Scales around the right metatarsus and pes.

INREC K4/150: Proximal caudal vertebrae.

INREC K4/159: Distal caudal vertebrae.

INREC K4/200: Dentary teeth.

INREC K4/201: Right dentary ramus.

 

= Kulindapteryx ukureica ALIFANOV & SAVELIEV, 2014
Etymology: From the Ukureisk Formation.

Holotype: PIN no. 5434/25

Locality: Kulinda locality, Orlovskaya Depression, Olov Depression, Cherynyshevsky District, Chita Region, southeastern Siberia, Asian Russia. Transbaikala.

Horizon: Ukureisk Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Tithonian Stage, Upper Malm Epoch, Late Jurassic.

Material: Fragmentary vertebrae, ischium and pubis on matrix.

 

= Lepidocheirosaurus natatilis ALIVANOV, & SAVELIEV, 2015
Etymology: Latin, natatilis, "capable of swimming."

Holotype: PIN, no. 5435/1

 Locality: Kulinda locality, Orlovskaya Depression, Olov Depression, Cherynyshevsky District, Chita Region, southeastern Siberia, Asian Russia. Transbaikala.

Horizon: Ukureisk Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Tithonian Stage, Upper Malm Epoch, Late Jurassic.

Material:  Incomplete left manus, with imprtins of scales and ungual sheath.

Referred material:

PIN , nos, 5434/2, 56, 63-65, 67: Isolated posterior caudal vertebrae.

PIN, nos,. 5435/12, 50-52, 54, 62-64: Series of audal vertebrae with impritns of integumenary over.