Genus: Wenupteryx CODORNIU & GASPARINI, 2013 (published 2012)
Etymology: Mapuche, wenu, "sky" and Greek, pteryx, "wing."

Species: uzi CODORNIU & GASPARINI, 2013 (published 2012)
Etymology: Mapuche, uzi, "fast."

Holotype: MOZ-PV 3625

Locality: El Ministerio Quarry, Los Catutos, 13 km northwest of Zapa city, Neuquen Province, Argentina.

Horizon: Los Catutos Member, Vaca Muerta Formation.


Age: Upper-Middle Tithonian Stage, Upper Malm Epoch, Late Jurassic.

Material: Nearly complete post-cranial skeleton preserved on two slabs; cervical and dorsal vertebrae, a few thoracic ribs, both pectoral girdles, left pelvic girdle, right prepubis, a proximal right wing (humerus, ulna, radius, right metacapral IV, pteroid), a more complete left wing that only lacks wing-phalanx four, and hindlimb bones (both femora, left tibia and pes).

Referred material:

MOZ-PV 2280: Incomplete ulna.