Genus: Dzharatitanis AVERIANOV & SUES, 2021
Etymology: In reference to the Dzharakuduk locality in Uzbekistan and Greek, titan, a pre-Olympian god in ancient Greek mythology. The generic name is in the feminine gender.

Species: kingi AVERIANOV & SUES, 2021
Etymology: In honor of our collegue and friend Dr. Christopher King (1943-2015) who did much work on geoogy of Cretaceous strata in Central Asia.
= Titanosauria incertae sedis SUES, AVERIANOV, RIDGELY & WITMER, 2015

Holotype: USNM 538127

Locality: Dzharakuduk, 32 km SW of Mynbulak, approximately 42°06’22.60"N, 62°37’09.00"E to 42°05’44.22"N, 62°41’06.49"E, Navoi Violoyat, Uzbekistan

Horizon: Bissekty Formation.


Age: Turonian Stage, Late Gallic Subepoch, Early Gulf Epoch, Middle Cretaceous.

Material: Nearly complete anterior caudal vertebra.

USNM 538127 anterior caudal vertebra: A) posterior; B) right lateral; C) anterior; D) left lateral, and E) ventral views after AVERIANOV & SUES, 2021.