Species: baldwini SULLIVAN & LUCAS, 1999
Etymology: The specific name honors the 19th century fossil collector David Baldwin, who collected the original type material of Coelophysis, one element of which can now be referred to the new taxon.
= Ceratosauria incertae sedis LUCAS, HUNT & LONG, 1992/LONG & MURRY, 1995
Holotype: NMMNH P-22298
Locality: Cross “quarry”, northeast side of the base of the Orphan Mesa (loc. 3), NW ¼, Section 19, T24N, R5E, Ghost Ranch Quadrangle, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico.
Horizon: Upper Petrified Forest Formation, Chinle Group.
Age: Revueltian, Early Norian Substage, Early Norian Epoch, Middle Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.
Material: Incomplete postcranial material of an immature (subadult) individual, consisting of two dorsal and 4 incomplete caudal vertebrae, incomplete left scapulocoracoid, nearly complete right pubis, partial right ischium, ?ilium fragment, parts of both femora, greater proximal part of the right tibia, complete metatarsal III, incomplete metatarsals II and IV, phalanges, and unidentified bone fragments.
RINEHART, LUCAS, HECKERT, SPIELMANN & CELESKEY, 2009
RTMP 84-63-33: A partial series, a complete sacrum, and pelvic girdle, a partial caudal series, a partial shoulder girdle and forelimb, complete hindlimbs and peds.
IRMIS, NESBITT & DOWNS, 2006
Locality: Hayden Quarry, near Ghost Ranch Quarry, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico.
Horizon: Petrified Forest Formation, Chinle Group.
Age: Late Carnian Stage, Lower Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.
Number: Not given: