Genus: Arambourgiania NESOV, 1984
Etymology: In honor of Camille Arambourg, who first described the specimen.
= Aarambourgiania FREY & MARTILL, 1996 (sic)
= Arambourgiana PADIAN & SMITH, 1992 (sic)
= Titanopteryx ARAMBOURG, 1959 non ENDERLEIN, 1934
Etymology: In reference to the, Titan, a Greek mythical giant, and Greek, pteryx “wing”; Titan wing.

Species: philadelphiae (ARAMBOURG, 1959) NESOV, 1984
Etymology: In reference to Jordan City of Philadelphia (seat of Christian Bishops), before it was called Philadelphia it was called Amman, and after the Christians it was again named Amman.
= Titanopteryx philadelphiae ARAMBOURG, 1959

Plastertype: BSM 1978/1

Locality: Phosphate mine, Ruseifa near Amman, Jordan.

Horizon: Lower Horizon, 'Phosphorite Unit', Balqa Group.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Maastrichtian Stage, Upper Senonian Subepoch, Upper Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material: Cervical vertebra, number 5?.

From Frey & Martill, 1996, from plastertype. A), Dorsal; B) Ventral; C) Right lateral; D) Left lateral view; E) Ventral view reconstruction.

Topotypes:

MARTILL & MOSER, 2018

SNSB-BSPG 1966 XXV 501: A proximal portion of a metacarapal IV.

SNSB-BSPG 1966 XXV 503: Problematic bone.

SNSB-BSPT 1966 XXV 506: Distal portion of a slightly abraded left femur.

SNSB-BSPT 1966 XXV 507: Distal radius.

SNSB-BSPT 1966 XXV 508: Fragment of cervical vertebra.

SNSB-BSPT 1966 XXV 512: Irregular fragment of neural arch and porcess of an anterior ?dorsal vertebra or perhaps a cervical 7.

Referred material:

FREY & MARTILL, 1996

SMNK 1286 PAL: Proximal end of a left phalanx 1, digit V.

SMNK 1287 PAL: Distal articulation, probably from the left phalanx 1, digit V.

SMNK 1285 PAL: Cervical vertebra.

HARRELL, GIBSON & LANGSTON, 2016

Locality: "The Selmer Crab Site," exposed on the hillside of U.S. highway 45 South, just south of Selmer, McNairy County, Tennessee.

Horizon: Lower Coon Creek Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Late Campanian Stage, Upper Senonian Subepoch, Upper Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

MPPM 2000.23.1: Fragmentary cervical vertebra.

 

WILSON, MUSTAFA & ZALMOUNT, 2006

Locality: Jordan.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Maastrichtian Stage, Upper Senonian Subepoch, Upper Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

Number: Not given: Partially articulated cranial and postcranial remains.