Genus: Jiangxititan MO, FU, YU & XU, 2023
Etymology: The generic name Jiangxi, pinyin, is in reference to the fossil locality in Jiangxi Province, southern China, and Greek, titan, "giant dragon."

Species: ganzhouensis MO, FU, YU & XU, 2023
Etymology: The species name ganzhou, pinyin, is from the fossil locality of Nankang County, Ganzhou City, Jiangxi Province, China.

Holotype: NHMG 034062

Locality: Tankou Town, Nankang County, Canzhou City, Jiangxi Province, Southern China.

Horizon: Nanxiong Formation.


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

Material: 7 articulated vertebrae including 3 posteriormost cervicals adn the first 4 dorsal vertebrae (D1-D4), 2 articulated cervical ribs, and 3articulated dorsal ribs.