Genus: Oenosaurus RAUHUT, HEYNG, LOPEZ-ARBARELLO, & HECKER, 2012
Etymology: Greek, oenos (oinos), "wine"; referring to teh Franconian Alb, a famous wine area, where the specimen was found, and Greek, saurus (sauros), 'lizard'.
= Genus: Nova RAUHUT & HEYNG, 2009
Species: muehlheimensis RAUHUT, HEYNG, LOPEZ-ARBARELLO, & HECKER,
Etymology: In reference to the village of Mühleheim, close to Mörnsheim, at the rim of th valley of Altmühl in Bavaria.
Holotype: BSPG 2009 I 23
Locality: "Krautworrst Naturstein" quarry in Mühleheim near Mörnsheim, central Bavaria State, Germany.
Horizon: Mörnsheim Formation.
Age: Lower Tithonian Stage, Upper Malm Epoch, Late Jurassic.
Material: Partial skull and complete mandible.