Genus: Lingwulong XU, UPCHURCH, MANNION, BARRETT, REGALADO-FERNANDEZ, MO, MA & LIU, 2018
Etymology: Lingwu, Ninggxia Hui Autonomous Region, China after the region where the specimens were found, Mandarina Chinese, long, "dragon."
Species: shenqi XU, UPCHURCH, MANNION, BARRETT, REGALADO-FERNANDEZ, MO, MA & LIU, 2018
Etymology: Mandrian Chinese, shenqi, "amazing," refecting the unexpecided discovery of a dicraeosaurid in middle Jurassic of China.
Holotype: LM V001a
Locality: Quarry II, Lingwu Geopark, near Ciyaopu, Ninggxia Hui Autonomous Region, China.
Horizon: Yanan Formation.
Age: Late Toarcian Stage, Late Lias Epoch, Late Early Jurassic-Bajocian Stage, lower Dogger Epoch, Middle Jurassic.
Material: A partial skull comprising the braincase, skull roof, and occiput and an associated set of dentary teeth.
LGP V001b: A semi-articulated partial skeleton including a series of posterior dorsal vertebrae complete sacrum, the first caudal vertebra, partial pelvis, and incomplete right hind limb.
IVPP V23704: 29 dentary teeth.
LGP V002: A partial skeleton including several dorsal and caudal vertebrae, both scapulocoracoids, partial forelimbs, and partial pelvis.
LBP V003: A partial skeleton including a nearly complete dorsal series and sacrum, 2 anterior caudal vertebrae, and both ilia.
LGB V004: A small individual represented by an anterior cervical vertebra, an anterior dorsal vertebra, and right tibia.
LGP V005: A partial skeleton preserving the sacrum, pelvis, and a semi-articulated series of 25 anterior and caudal vertebrae.
LGP V006: A partial skeleton preserving several cervical vertebrae, incomplete scapulae and complete coracoids and parttial forelimb, and numerous disassociated elements.