Genus: Normanniasaurus LE LEOUFF, SUTEETHORN & BUFFETATU, 2013
Etymology: From Normannia, the Latin name of Normandy, the region where the bones were discovered, and Greek, sauros, 'lizard'.

Species: genceyi LE LEOUFF, SUTEETHORN & BUFFETATU, 2013
Etymology: In honor of the discoverer, Mr. Pierre Gencey.

Holotype: MHNH-2013

Locality: Bleville, Le Havre, Seine-Maritime Province, France.

Horizon: Poudingue Ferrugineux Formation.


Age: Early to Middle Albian Stage, Middle Gallic Subepoch, Upper Early Cretaceous Epoch, Early Cretaceous.


Breakdown as follows:

MHNH-2013.2.1.1: Anterior caudal vertebra.

MHNH-2013.2.1.2: A middle caudal vertebra.

MHNH-2013.2.1.3, 2013.2.1.4: Parts of both ischia.

MHNH-2013.2.1.5, 2013.2.1.6: Ischia.

MHNH-2013.2.1.7: Right scapula.

MHNH-2013.2.1.8, 2013.2.1.9: Presacral vertebrae fragments.

MHNH-2013.2.10: The rpoxima part of a fibula.

MHNH-2013.2.1.11: A proximal extremity of a femur.

MHNH-2023.2.1.12: Partial sacrum.

Referred matrial:

MHNR-coll.Bucaille: A posterior caudal centrum.

Note: From the same locality, but from a more recent level of the Albian.