Genus: Eretmorhipis CHEN, MONTANI, CHENG, JIANG, & RIEPPEL, 2015
Etymology: Greek, oar, and Greek, fan; referring to the fan-shaped paddle typical of the new genus.

Species: carrolldongorum CHEN, MONTANI, CHENG, JIANG, & RIEPPEL, 2015
Etymology: In referrence to Robert L. Carroll and Zhi-ming Dong, who first recognized the distinctivensis of the species based on IVPP V4070. (Eretmorhipis carrolldongorum emend carrolldongi. Note, the authors incorrectly coined the speces name, it shoudl be -orum because it was based on two people, and not -i)

Holotype: WGSC 26020

Locality: Yingzhishan, Yuan'an County, Hubei Province, China.

Horizon: Jialingjiang Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Uppermost Spathian Stage, Upper Scythian Epoch (late Early Triassic); Upper Early Triassic.

Material: Almost complete postcranial skeleton preserving from the posterior cervical region to the tip of the tail.

Referred material:

Locality: Near Tuling, Baihechuan, Xunjian District, Nanzhang County, Hubei Province, China.

Horizon: Jialingjiang Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Uppermost Spathian Stage, Upper Scythian Epoch (late Early Triassic); Upper Early Triassic.

Material: Almost complete postcranial skeleton preserving from the posterior cervical region to the tip of the tail.

 

CHENG, MONTANI, JIANG, YAN, TINTORI, & RIEPPEL, 2019

Locality: Quarry in Hekou, Yuan'an County, Yichang City, Hubei Province, China.

Horizon: Third Member, Jialingjiang Formation.

Biostritigraphy:

Age: Uppermost Spathian Stage, Upper Scythian Epoch (late Early Triassic); Upper Early Triassic.

Material:

YAGM V 1401: Nearly complete skull and skeleton.

WGSC V 1601: Skull and skeleton. Note: 3 km northwest of the above specimen).