Genus: Lainodon GHEERBRANT & ASTIBIA, 1994
Etymology: In reference to Lano, Basque County, Iberian Peninsula, Spain and Greek, odon, "teeth": Lano tooth.

Species: orueetxebarriai GHEERBRANT & ASTIBIA, 1994
Etymology: In honor of Xabier Orue-Etxebarria.

Holotype: L1AT 14

Locality: Disused sand quarry near the village of Lano, Lano quarry, Trevino County, about 20 km SE of the City of Vitoria, Basque-Cantabric Basin, Basque County, Iberian Peninsula, Spain.

Horizon: Sobrepena Formation.


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

Material: M/1?


L1AT1: M/2?

L1AT6: M/1?

L1AT3: P/3? or P/2?

L1AT7, L1AT13: Talonides M/?


L1AT 5: Left dp5.

L1AT 15: Right dp5.

L1AT 8: Fragmented left dp5.