Genus: Juravenator GÖHLICH & CHIAPPE, 2006
= Genus: Nova VIOHL, 1999
Etymology: Jura, referring to the Bavarian Jura Mountains and Latin, venator, 'hunter'.
Species: J. starkorum emend GÖHLICH & CHIAPPE, 2006
= Juravenator starki GÖHLICH & CHIAPPE, 2006
Etymology: In honor of the Stark family, the owner of the Quarry Stark where the specimen was found.
Holotype: JME Sch 200
Locality: Stark Quarry, west of Schamhaupten, southern Franconian Alb, District of Eichstatt, Bayern (Bavaria) State, Germany.
Horizon: Malm Epsilon 2.
Biostratigraphy: Setatum subzone.
Age: Late KimmeridgianStage, Upper Malm Epoch, Late Jurassic.
Material: Skull and skeleton of a juvenile.
Note: With skin impressions along the tail.