Genus: Tuebingosaurus FERNANDEZ & WERNEBURG, 2022
Etymology: In reference to the city of Tübingen, germany, the holotype has been hyoused in the university's palaeontological collection since 1922, when it was discovered during an excavation of the nearby Trossingen Formation.

Species: maierfritzorum FERNANDEZ & WERNEBURG, 2022
Etymology: In honor of Uwe Fritz and Wolfgang Maier. The former is the editor-in-chief of the journal Vertebrate Zoology, and, in his journal, he facilitated the Festschrift edited by Ingmar Werneburg and Irina Ruf in honour of Wolfgang Maier. The latter was a professor of evolutionary zoology in Tübingen from 1987 to 2007, and the Festschrift was publhshed on the occasion of his 80th birthday in 2022.

Holotype: GPIT-PV-30787 (Old GPIT IV).

Locality: Obere Mühle (Plateosaurus quarry), Trossingen, Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg State, Germany.

Horizon: Upper Stubensandstein, upper Lowenstein Formation, Late Middle Keuper.


Age: Late Norian Stage, Middle Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material: Complete pelvis (3 sacral vertebrae, 2 ilia, 2 pubes, 2 ischia), 5 anterior caudal vertebrae, 4 chevrons, left femur, left tibia, left adn righ tfibulae, left astragalus, left calcaneum, metatarsal I pedal fingers 3 and 4.