Genus: Iberodactylus HOLGADO, PEGAS, CANUDO, FORTUNY, RODRIGUES, COMPANY & KELLNER, 2019
Etymology: In referece to the Iberian Peninsula at the Iberian System, Teruel Province, Aragon, Northeast Spain, where the specimen was recovered, and Greek, dactylous, "finger"; a common suffix in pterosaur names.
Species: andreui HOLGADO, PEGAS, CANUDO, FORTUNY, RODRIGUES, COMPANY & KELLNER, 2019
Etymology: In honornof Mr. Javier Andreu, a local collector who found the fossil.
Locality: Los Quinones site, Oliete sub-basin, Iberian Basein, Obon, Teruel Province, Aragon, Northeast Spain.
Horizon: Blesa Formation.
Age: Barremian Stage, Lower Gallic Subepoch, Middle Early Cretaceous Epoch, Late Early Cretaceous.
Material: An anterior portion of a roctrum, including premaxillae-with a premaxillary crest-and maxillae, both with alveoli and broken teeth.