Genus: Alamodactylus ANDRES & MYERS, 2013
Etymology: In reference to the Alamo, symbol of Texas independance, and Greek, dactylos, "finger"; Traditional Greek root for pterosaur genera in reference to thier elongate wing digits.
Species: byrdi ANDRES & MYERS,
Etymology: In honor of its discoverer Gary Byrd.
= Pteranodontia incertae sedis MYERS, 2010
Holotype: SMU 76476
Locality: Exact locality unknown, either from northern Dallas County, southern Colin County, or southern Denton County, Texas, though it is probably SMU Loc. n. 468 in southern Colin County.
Horizon: Muddy limestone of the Lower Atco Formation, Austin Group.
Age: Coniacian Stage, Lowermost Senonian subepoch, Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.
Material: Left humerus, distal metacarpal IV and proximal first phalanx of digit IV.