Oogenus: Bauruoolithus OLIVEIRA, SANTUCCI, ANDRADE, FULFARO, BASILIO, & BENTON, 2011
Etymology: Generic name after Bauru Group, the unit in which teh material was found, and Greek, Oo, 'egg', and Greek, lithus, 'rock or stone'.

Oospecies: fragilis OLIVEIRA, SANTUCCI, ANDRADE, FULFARO, BASILIO, & BENTON, 2011
Etymology: Latin, fragilis, 'thin, slinder'; in reference to the remarkable reduces shell thckness of the eggs.

Holotype: FEF-PV-8/1a

Locality: 12 km south of the city of Jales, Sao Paulo Stte, South-eastern Brazil.

Horizon: Adamantina Formation, Bauru Group.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Upper Campanian Stage- Lower Maastrichtian Stage, Senonian subepoch, Upper Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material: The most coplete egg from clutch FEF-PV-8/1.

Referred material:

FEF-PV-8/1: Besides teh holotype, 4 partial eggs and several eggshells.

FEF-PV-8/2: Partial egg.

FEF-PV-8/3: 2 incomplete eggs and several eggshells.

FEF-PV-8/4: Eggshells.

FEF-PV-8/5: A partial egg with stalked eggshells within.

FEF-PV-8/6, 8/7, 8/14, 8/15, 8/17: Scattered eggshells.

FEF-PV-8/9: Incomplete egg and several eggshells.

FEF-PV-8/10: Incomplete egg and several eggsells.

FEF-PV-8/11: Several eggshells.

FEF-PV-8/13: Incomplege egg.

FEF-VP-8/16: Incomplete egg and several eggshells.

FEF-PV-9/18: Incomplete egg and several eggshells.