Genus: Atsinganosaurus GARCIA, AMICO, FOURNIER, THOUAND & VALENTIN, 2010
Etymology: Byzantine Greek for gypsy, and Greek, sauros, "lizard"; in reference to the existence of Late Cretaceous migrations between western and eastern Europe revealed by these remains.

Species: velauciensis GARCIA, AMICO, FOURNIER, THOUAND & VALENTIN, 2010
Etymology: Latin, Velauco, the name of the city -Velaux- where the material was collected.

Holotype: VBN.93.01.a,b,c, d.

Locality: La Bastide Neuve, Velaux, Aix-en-Province Basin, Bouches-du-Rhone Department, France.

Horizon: Glauconitic grainstone limestone.


Age: Late Campanian Stage, Senonian Subepoch, Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material: 4 articulated posterior dorsal vertebrae.

Referred material:

VBN.00.01-03: Caudal vertebrae.

VBN.00.12: Humerus.

VBN.02.03, 22, 53: Teeth.

VBN.02.78a, b: Scapulo-coracoid.

VBN.02.82: Sacrum.

VBN.02.90: Metacarpal.

VBN.02.99: Isolated dorsal vertebra.

VBN.02.109: Tibia.

VBN.02.110: Caudal vertebra.

VBN.93.03-08: Caudal vertebrae.

VBN.93.10: Metatarsal.

VBN.93.11: Scapula.

VBN.93.12a, b, c: 3 cervical vertebrae.

VBN.93.MHNA.99.21: Tooth.

VBN.93.MHNA.99.52: Humerus.

VBN.93.MHNA.99.32-34: Caudal vertebrae.