was named by Spinar and Tatarinov (1986)
. Its type specimen is PIN 31/42/1, a skull (well-preserved skull and first three presacral vertebrae), and it is a 3D body fossil. Its type locality is Khermeen Tsav, Red Beds (PIN coll. 3142) [SMPE]
, which is in a Campanian terrestrial horizon in the Baruungoyot Formation of Mongolia.
It was synonymized subjectively with Gobiates sosedkoi
by Ročec and Nessov (1993)
; it was misspelled as Gobiates kermeentsavi
by Shishkin (2000)
and Roček (2008)