Genus: Velafrons GATES, SAMPSON, DELGADO DE JESUS, ZANNO, EBERTH,
HERNANDEZ-RIVERA, MARTINEZ & KIRKLAND, 2007
Etymology: Spanish, vela, "sail" and Latin, frons, "forehead"; meaing sailed forehead, refereing to the sail-like crest that is found on the forehead of this taxon.
Species: coahuilensis GATES, SAMPSON, DELGADO DE JESUS, ZANNO, EBERTH,
HERNANDEZ-RIVERA, MARTINEZ & KIRKLAND, 2007 (Type)
= Genus: Nova GATES, SAMPSON, EBERTH, HERNANDEZ RIVERA, AGUILLO & DELGADO-JESUS, 2005
Etymology: In reference to the state of Coahuilia, in which the type was found.
Locality: Cerro de los Dinosauros, 7A quarry, about 1 km northeast of the town of Rincon Colorado, Parras Basin, Coahuila State, Mexico.
Horizon: Cerro del Pueblo Formation.
Age: Late Campanian Stage, Senonian subepoch, Upper Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.
Material: Partial subadult skull including left and right premaxillae and maxillae, right jugal, nasal, quadrate, mostly complete skull roof, dentary, and partial postcrania.
RAMIREZ-VELASCO, & HERNANDES-RIVERIA, 2015
CPC, number not given: Both premaxillae, maxllae, dentaries, and predentaries.