Genus: Concavenator ORTEGA, ESCASO & SANZ, 2010
Etymology: Latin, Conca, for the Spanish province of Cuenca, and Latin, venator, 'hunter'.
Species: corcovatus ORTEGA, ESCASO & SANZ, 2010
Etymology: Latin, corcovatus, referes to the hump-like structure formed by the elongation of two presacral vertebrae.
Holotype: MCCM-LH 6666
Locality: Las Hoyas fossil site, La Cierva Township, 20 km east of Cuenca, in the Castellan Branch of the Iberian Range, Cuenca Province, Spain.
Horizon: Calizas de La Huerguina Formation.
Age: Upper Barremian Stage, Early Gallic subepoch, Early Cretaceous Epoch, Early Cretaceous.
Material: Fragmentary skull and nearly complete skeleton.
Note: Has skin impression on base of tail (3 vertebrae), feet and a few other places on the skeleton.