Genus: Articodactylus KELLNER, 2015
Etymology: In allusion to Arctic, the most norhtern region of the palante, and Greek, dactylus, "finger"; a common epithet for pterosaur species.
Species: cromptonellus (JENKENS,
GATSEY & PADIAN,
= Eudimorphodon cromptonellus JENKENS, SHUBIN, GATSEY & PADIAN, 2001
Etymology: In honor of A. W. Crompton for his contributions to our understanding of the evolution of vertebrate structure and function, with Latin, ‘ellus’, diminutive in reference to the small size of the type.
= Genus: Nova JENKINS, SHUBIN, AMARAL, GATESY, SCHAFF, DOWNS, CLEMMENS, BONDE, DAVIDSON & OSBAECK, 1993/1994
Holotype: MGUH VP 3393 (MCZ Field no. 13/91G)
Locality: Macknight Berg, Carslberg Fjord quadrangle, 71°22.30”N, 22°33.14’W, Jameson Island, East Greenland.
Horizon: Ørstead Dal Member, Fleming Fjord Formation, Scoresby Land Group.
Age: Norian-Rhaetian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.
Material: Skull (uncrushed) and nearly complete skeleton.