Genus: Orientognathus LÜ,
PU, XU, WEI, CHANG & KUNDRAT, 2015
Etymology: "Orient" derives from the Latin, orines, "east" and Greek, gnathus, 'jaw: Orientognathus means "pterosaur from the east".
Species: chaoyngensis LÜ,
CHANG & KUNDRAT,
Etymology: In refenerence to where the specimen was found, Chaoyang County, Liaoning Province, China.
Holotype: HGM 41HIII-0418
Locality: Jucaigou, Dongshan Village, 41°13'9"N, 120°5'51"E, Shengli Town, Chaoyang County, Liaoning Province, China.
Horizon: Tuchengzi Formation.
Age: Early Cretaceous.
Material: Fragmentary skull and skeleton.