Cacibupteryx caribensisi (Gasparini, Fernández, and de la Fuente, 2004) Oxfordian, Late Jurassic ~160 mya was considered a rhamphorhychid and a scaphognathid but it is a dorygnathid. Derived from a sister to Fenghuangopterus, Cacibupteryx phylogenetically preceded the SMNS 55886 specimen of Dorygnathus.
Distinct from Fenghuangopterus, the skull of Cacibupteryx had a longer rostrum anterior to the smaller naris and a shorter cranium posterior to the orbit. The antorbital feenstra was shorter and the palate was more solid with straighter pterygoids and larger ectopalatines.
See the pterosaur family tree here.