Genus: Noripterus YOUNG, 1973
Species: complicidens YOUNG, 1973
Etymology: Latin complicatus "folded together; confused, intricate," and Latin, dens, "teeth."
Holotype: IVPP V 4062 (field number 64045)
Locality: Wuerho, Jungar Basin, Xinjiang Uygur Zizhiqu (Sinkang) Province, China.
Horizon: Tugulu Formation.
Age:?Valanginian Stage, Middle Neocomian Subepoch-Albian Stage, Middle Gallic Subepoch, Middle Early Cretaceous Epoch, Early Cretaceous.
Material: A pair of partial, fused dentaries..
IVPP RV 73001 (Field number 64043-3 [incorret field number 64041-7]): Near complete left wing (humerus, radius, ulna, wrist including partial pteroid, manus and 2 comple wing phalangs and a broken third), A second incomplete wing metacarpal and first wing phalanx, a complete left hindlimb.
Part of skull?
HONE, JIANG & XU, 2018
IVPP V 4059 (field number 64041-7): A partial skeleton consisting of 2 cranial pieces (dentary rami?), complete cervical, a second very partial cervical, 2 fused vertebral centra that based on thier size are part of the notararium, a scapulacoracoid, a humerus, 2 proximal ulnae and 1 distal ulna (or radius), one partial wrist complex (proximal and distal syncarpals), the midshaft of metacarpal IV with parts of 2 other metacarpals attached, 2 manual phalanges of digits I-III, 2 proximal pats of the first wing phalanges and parts of three other wing phalanges, a near coomplete pelvis and sacrum (with 3 proximal caudal centra in association), 2 femoral heas and 2 distal femoral ends, 2 tibial shafts and 2 distal tibal ends, a number of isolated metatarsals and pedal phalanges and a small block of matrix of numerous pedal elements.
Unnumbered specimens consisting of a distal wing metacarpal, a large carpal (assuming the wrist elemetn belongs with the metacarpal).
LU, AZUMA, DONG, BARSBOLD, KOBAYASHI & LEE, 2009
Locality: Tatal, 48°45'15"N, 92°35'52"E,Western Mongolia.
Horizon: Tsagan-tsab Formation.
Age: Berriasian/Valanginian Stage, Lower-Middle Neocomian Subepoch, Lower Early Cretaceous Epoch, Early Cretaceous.
GIN125/1010-2, GIN1251010-3, GIN125/1010-4: Fragmentary remains.
Note: A large pterosaur (Dsungaripterus weii) with some smaller bones belonging to Noripterus complicidens.