Genus: Smok NIEDZWIEDZKI, SULEJ & DZIK, 2012
Etymology: Polish, smok, 'dragon'.
Species: wawelski NIEDZWIEDZKI, SULEJ & DZIK, 2012
Etymology: In reference to Wawel Hill in Krakow. Smok wawelski was a legeneary draong living in a cave at the Wawel Hill in Krakow in the region of southern Poland near the excavation site.
Holotype: ZPAL V.33/15
Locality: Lipie Slaskie clay-pit, Lisowice, about 2 km west of Lubliniec, Silesia Province, Poland.
Age: Early Rhaetian Stage, Lower Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.
Material: Ventral part of the braincase wiht teh basioccipital and basisphenoid and a separate articulating piece of the right exoccipital-opisthotic, including approximately half of hte paraoccipital process.
ZPAL V.33/16-56, 97-102, 220, 238, 239, 295-298, 300, 302-304, 306-309, 311-314, 461, 507: Skeletal elements possible associated with the type specimen.