Genus: Valdoraptor OLSHEVSKY, 1991
Etymology: Latin, valdus, “weald” and Latin, raptor,“robber”: Wealden robber.

Species: oweni (LYDEKKER, 1889) OLSHEVSKY, 1991
Etymology: In honor of Richard Owen.
= Hylaeosaurus OWEN, 1857 (referred material)
= Megalosaurus dunkeri LYDEKKER, 1888 (referred material)
= Megalosaurus oweni LYDEKKER, 1889
= Altispinax oweni (LYDEKER, 1889) KUHN, 1939
= Altipinax oweni HUENE, 1932 (sic)

Holotype: BMNH R2559

Locality: Cuckfield, West Sussex County, England, Southern United Kingdom.

Horizon: Upper Wealden Formation, upper part of Tunbridge beds.


Age: Early Cretaceous.

Material: Partial left metatarsus.

Referred material:


BMNH 2661: 4th left metatarsal.

BMNH 2680, 2574: Right metatarsal.


= Megalosaurus dunkeri LYDEKKER, 1890
Etymology: In honor of German paleontologist Wilhelm Dunker.

Locality: Hollington quarry, Battle near Hastings, Sussex County, England.

Horizon: Wadhurst Clay, Lower Wealden Formation.


Age: Lower Valanginian Stage, Middle Neocomian Subepoch, Lower Early Cretaceous Epoch, Early Cretaceous.

BMNH R604a: Dorsal vertebra.

BMNH R604c: Fragmentary tibia.

BMNH R604d: Fourth left metatarsal.

BMNH R1525: Second left metatarsal.