Genus: Maojandino MALKANI, 2021b
Etymology: In honor of the late Shaheed Wadera Maojan Mari or commonly called Maozan Mari for his kind cooperation for the study in the area, and Greek, dino, "terrible lizard."

Species: alami MALKANI, 2021b
Etymology: In reference to the nearby lands of Alam Khetran.

Holotype: GSP/MSM-62-19 (see material for complete breakdown)

Locality: Alam 19 or Alam cental 19c, Vitaki , Barkhan, Balochistan Province, Pakistan.

Horizon: Vitakri Formation, Fort Munro Group.


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

Material: Partial braincase.

Breakdown as follows:

GSP/MSM-701-19 to GSP/MSM-109-19, GSP/MSM-437-19, GSP/MSM-220-19, GSP/MSM-502-19: Cervical vertebrae.

GSP/MSM-110-19 to GSP/MSM-112-19, GSP/MSM-617-19: Dorsal vertebrae.

GSP/MSM-113-19, GSP/MSM-696-19, GSP/MSM-117-19, GSP/MSM0218-19, GSP/MSM-219-19, GSP/MSM-221-19, GSP/MSM-696-19, GSP/MSM-777-19: Caudal vertebra.

GSP/MSM-1100-10, GPS/MSM-217-19: Left and right patial distal scapula., GSP/MSM-377-4n, GSP/MSM-37904n, GSP/MSM-438-4n: Humerus parts.

GSP/MSM-215-19: Proximal radius.

GSP/MSM-216-19: Partial iliia.

GSP/MSM-213-19: Proximal left femur.

GSP/MSM-118-19: Left distal femur.

GSP/MSM-119-19: Proximal left tibia

GSP/MSM-569-19: Distal left tibia.

GSP/MSM-710-19: Distal right tibia.

GSP/MSM-146-19: Bertebral process.