Genus: Volgadraco AVERIANOV, ARKHANGELSKY & PERVUSHOV, 2008
Etymology: From the Volga River, European Russia and Latin, draco, "dragon."

Species: bogolubovi AVERIANOV, ARKHANGELSKY & PERVUSHOV, 2008
Etymology: In honor of N. N. Bogolyubov, who described the first pterosaur from Russia, which was the first representative of the famly Azhdarchidae known to science.

Holotype: SGU n. 46/104a

Locality: Shirokii Karamysh 2 locality, Saratov Region, Volga Region, European Russia.

Horizon: Phosphorite conglomerate of the Rubushka Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Early Campanian Stage, Senonian Stage, Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material: Anterior part of the lower jaw symphysis (Mandibular beak).

Referred material:

SGU 47/104a: Cervical vertebra 3.

SGU 48/104a: Cervical vertebra 9.

SGU 49/104a: Posterior part of the notarium consisting of 4 vertebrae.

SGU 50/104a: Fragment of a left femur.

SGU 51/104a: A fragment of the presumable first right phalanx of the wing digit.