Genus: Aymberedactylus PEGAS, LEAL, & KELLNER, 2016
Etymology: Tupi (one of the main Brazilian indigenous cultures), aymbere, "small lizard" and Greek, daktylus, 'finger'; commonly used suffex for pterodactyloids.
PEGAS, LEAL, & KELLNER, 2016
Etymology: In reference to Ceara, Brazilian state of provinance of the fossil.
Holotype: MN 7596-V
Locality: Near the quarries of Nova Olinda city, Ceara State, northeastern Brazil.
Horizon: Crato Formation.
Age: Aptian-Albian Stage, Middle Gallic Subepoch, Late Early Cretaceous Epoch, Latest Early Cretaceous.
Material: Nearly complete mandible.