Genus: Gondwanatitan KELLNER & AZEVENDO, 1999
Etymology: The generic name is formed by “Gondwana ”, the continental mass that once united all southern continents (and India), and “Titan”, which relates to a group of Greek divinities.

Species: faustoi KELLNER & AZEVENDO, 1999
Etymology: In honor of Dr. Fausto L. de Souza Cuhna, former curator at the Museu Nacional/UFRJ, who collected and recognized the importance of this specimen.
= Aeolosaurus faustoi (KELLNER & AZEVENDO, 1999) SANTUCCI & BERTINI, 2001

Holotype: Museu Nacional, MN 4111-V

Locality: “Sitio Myzobushi” near the city of Alvarez Machado, Sao Paulo State, Brazil.

Horizon: Adamantina Formation, Bauru Group.


Age: Upper Campanian Stage- Lower Maastrichtian Stage, Senonian subepoch, Upper Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material: 42 vertebrae, dorsals, sacrals and caudals, some articulated, humeri, 1 incomplete scapula, tibia, several ribs, ilium, incomplete ischia, and unidentified elements.