What is a pterosaur?
The only specimen of this pterosaur was found in sediments formed in an upland pond.
Rhamphinion is one of the earliest pterosaurs known from North America.
Paleontologists have known Altmuehlopterus since the 1850s, but only gave it a unique genus name in 2017.
Elanodactylus was the largest of the suspension-feeding ctenochasmatids.
This pterosaur used its teeth to form a cage to trap fish.
The only known specimen of Radiodactylus was found on the grounds of a nuclear power plant and named for radioactivity.
Paleontologists once thought Archaeoistiodactylus was the earliest known short-tailed pterosaur, but they now think it is a closer relative of the transitional wukongopterids.
The first pterosaur found in the Yixian Formation is known from two headless skeletons.
Puntanipterus has a distinctive ankle that may or may not also be found in Pterodaustro, known from slightly younger rocks from the same area.