Named By: Frey, Buchy, Stinnesbeck, González & di Stefano. - 2006.
Classification: Chordata, Reptilia, Pterosauria, Pterodactyloidea, Pteranodontia, Nyctosauridae.
Species: M. coahuilensis (type).
Type: Presumed piscivore.
Size: 2 meter wingspan.
Known locations: Mexico, Coahuila.
Time period: Coniacian of the Cretaceous.
Fossil representation: Almost complete skeleton although only the snout and lower jaw are missing, with only the upper cranium preserved. The holotype also has soft tissue impressions.
- A brick in a wall: the first nyctosaurid pterosaur from the Conacian of NE Mexico and its impact on the pterosaurian wing anatomy. - E. Frey, M. C. Buchy, W. Stinnesbeck, A. H. González-González & A. Di Stefano - 2004.
- Muzquizopteryx coahuilensis n. g., n. sp., a nyctosaurid pterosaur with soft tissue preservation from the Coniacian (Late Cretaceous) of northeast Mexico (Coahuila). - Oryctos 6:19-39. - E. Frey, M.-C. Buchy, W. Stinnesbeck, A. González González & A. Stefano - 2006.