Genus: Carnidactylus DALLA VECCHIA, 2009
Etymology: "Carnia" the name of the zone of northern Friuli where the holotype was found and Greek, dactylus, "finger."
= Bergamodactylus KELLNER, 2015
Etymology: In allustion ot the Bergamo Province, in Italy and Greek, dactylus, 'finger': a common epithet for pterosaur species:

Species: rosenfeldi (DALLA VECCHIA, 1995) DALLA VECCHIA, 2009
=Eudimorphodon rosenfeldi DALLA VECCHIA, 1995
Etymology: In honor of the finder of the holotype, Dr. Corrado Rosenfeld, Udine.

Holotype: MFSN 1797

Locality: Approximately 500 m a.s.l. along the Forchiar Creek, northern slope of Lovinzola Mt., Enemonzo, Carnia, Friuli, Udine Province, northeastern Italy.

Horizon: Dolomia di Forni Formation.

Biostratigraphy: H. hogarti Zone - H. macer Zone, Alunian 2-3.

Age: Middle Norian Stage, Upper Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material: Posterior region of the skull and mandible, both wings, part of the shoulder girdle and both hind limbs and parts of the wing membrane.

Referred material:


MFSN 6009: Fragmentary specimen.


Species: wildi (KELLNER, 2015) DALLA VECCHIA, 2018
= Bergamodactylus wildi KELLNER, 2015
Etymology: In honor of Dr. Rupert Wild, who described sseveral Triassic pterosaurs, including MPUM 6009

Holotype: MPUM 6009

Locality: Cene, Bergamo, Lombardia Province, North Italy.

Horizon: Zorzino Formation.


Age: Upper Norian Stage, Upper Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material: Skull and skeleton of a juvenile.