Species: dicrocei TIDWELL, CARPENTER & MEYER, 2001
Etymology: In honor of Anthony DiCroce, who discovered the specimen.
Holotype: DMNH 40932
Locality: Excat locality data is on file at DMNN, Tony’s Bone Bed, Grand County, Utah.
Horizon: Poison Strip Member, Middle Cedar Mountain Formation.
Age: Cashenranchian age, Aptian-Albian Stage, Middle Gallic Subepoch, Upper Early Cretaceous Epoch, Early Cretaceous.
Material: 9 disarticulaed caudal vertebrae, left scapula, right radius, left ulna, 5 metacarpals, 4 manus phalanges, right pubis, left and right ischium, 3 metatarsals, astragalus, chevrons and ribs.
TIDWELL & WILHITE, 2005
DMNH 40930: Right metacarpals II and III, left metacarpals II, IV and V, right ulna, a dorsal rib head, in addition to a poorly preserved cervical centrum and several caudal centra of a juvenile.