|Named By:||Strand in 1928|
|Time Period:||Early Jurassic, 182 Ma|
|Location:||Germany. Possibly India depending upon the validity of C.indicus|
|Size:||C. liasicus about 90 centimetre wingspan, C. zitteli about 180 centimetre wingspan|
|Fossil(s):||Many individual specimens|
|Classification:||| Chordata | Reptilia | Pterosauria | Rhamphorhynchoidea | Campylognathoididae | Campylognathoidinae ||
|Also known as:||| Pterodactylus liasicus ||
Campylognathoides ("curved jaw", Strand 1928) is a genus of pterosaur, discovered in the Wurttemberg Lias deposits (dated to the early Toarcian age) of Germany; this first specimen consisted however only of wing fragments. Further better preserved specimens were found in the Holzmaden shale: basing on these specimens Felix Plieninger erected a new genus.