Genus: Australodocus REMES, 2007
Etymology: Latin, australis, "southern"; with reference to the Gondwanan province, and Greek, dokus, "beam," aluding to the close structure of this genus to the North American Diplodocus.
Species: bohetii REMES, 2007
Etymology: In honor of Boheti bin Amrani, the native African crew supervisor and chief preparator of the German Tendaurus Expedition, whose excellent work with essential for the success of the European researches (Janensch, 1914).
Holotype: MB.R.2455 (G 70)
Locality: 400 m south of Tendaguru Hill, Tendaguru Plateau, District of Lindi, Tanzania, East Africa.
Horizon: Upper Saurian Beds of Tendaguru Beds.
Age: Tithonian Stage, Upper Malm Epoch, Late Jurassic.
Material: Mid-cervical vertebra.
MB.R.2454 (G 69): Mid-cervical vertebra.
Note: In all probability of the same individual and successive to the holotype vertebra (number ?7).