Species: incantatus McDONALD, WOLFE, FREEDMAN FOWLER & GATES, 2021
Etymology: Latin, incantatus, "enchanted"; in reference to the State of New Mexico, wehre the holotype was collected and which carries the motto "Land of the Enchantment." The binomen can be translated as "enchanted ornate face."
Holotype: WSC 10058
Locality: San Juan County, New Mexico.
Note: Precise locality data are on file at WSC and BLM for qualified workers.
Horizon: Upper part of the Allison Member, Menefee Formation.
Age: Middle Campanian Stage, middle Senonian subepoch, upper Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.
Material: Partial right premaxilla, right postorbital, right squamosal, both quadrates, nearly complete skull roof and braincase, 2 partial dorsal vertebrae, a dorsal rib, ossified tendons, the right scapula, proximal end of the right humerus, right ulna lacking the proximal end, right radius lacking the proximal end, right metacarpals II and III, and incomplete pubis and ischium.