Genus: Phosphatodraco PEREDA SUBERBIOLA, BARDET, JOUVE, IAROCHENE, BOUYA & AMAGHZAZ, 2003
Etymology: ‘Phosphate’ and Latin, draco, "dragon."
= Genus sp indet. PEREDA-SUBERBIOLA, BARDET, JOUVE, IAROCHENE & OCP, 2001

Species: mauritanicus PEREDA SUBERBIOLA, BARDET, JOUVE, IAROCHENE, BOUYA & AMAGHZAZ, 2003
Etymology: Latin, mauritania, "northern Africa": referring to the region where the fossil remains were found.

Holotype: OCP DEK/GE 111 (OCP field specimen number N:1)

Locality: Site 1, of Sidi Daoui area, in the northern part of the Grand Daoui Zone, an actively quarried area for phosphates, eastern part of the Oulad Abdoun Basin, between the cities of Khouribga and Oued Zem, Morocco.

Horizon: Upper 'coche III'.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Latest Maastrichtian, Latest Senonian Subepoch, Latest Gulf Epoch, Latest Cretaceous.

Material: 5 cervical vertebrae and an indeterminate fragment of bone.

Referred material:

LONGRICH, MARTILL & ANDRES, 2018

Locality: Sidi, Khourigba Province, Morocco.

Horizon: Middle Couche III.

Biostratigraphy:

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

Material:

FSAC-OB 12: Cervical 5.

FSAC-OB 13: Cervical vertebra.