What is a pterosaur?
Once thought to be a long-tongued insectivore, Liaoxipterus is now considered a terrestrial carnivore.
Bergamodactylus is a tiny pterosaur from the Triassic of Italy.
Four of the six known specimens of Ardeadactylus were destroyed in World War II.
The first specimen of Carniadactylus was found accidentally in rockfall at the base of an Italian cliff.
This Jurassic pterosaur had a tall crest on its snout shaped like a breaking wave.
Lonchodectes had jaws that looked like toothed scissors.
This early pterosaur is named for its discoverer, Reverend D. W. Purdon.
This Spanish pterosaur may have had a snout that curved to the left.
The only specimen of Beipiaopterus has fossilized wing membranes preserving blood vessels and stiffening fibers.