Genus: Ledumahadi McPHEE, BENSON, BOTHA-BRINK, BORDY & CHOINIERE, 2018
Etymology: Southern Sotho, ledumahadi, "a giant thunderclap," in recognation of the tremendous size of this taxon.
Species: mafube McPHEE, BENSON, BOTHA-BRINK, BORDY & CHOINIERE, 2018
Etymology: From Southern Sotho, mafube, "dawn," in the sense of the stratigraphically early position of this taxon.
Locality: Beginsel farm, 25 km southeast of the town of Clarens, Free State Province, South Africa, on the border of South Africa and Lesotho, Southern Africa.
Horizon: Upper Elliot Formation.
Age: Hettangian-Lower Sinemurian Stage, Lower Lias Epoch, Early Jurassic.
Material: A disarticulated assemblage of associated postcranial material comprising a partial cervical neural arch, several dorsal vertebrae, partial, conjoined primordial sacral vertebrae, anterior and middle caudal vertebrae, an anterior chevron, a right ulna, a first metacarpal, a left metacarpal, probably III or IV, distal third of the right femur and a pedal ungual.