What is a pterosaur?
Morocco’s first named pterosaur has family ties to England and Texas.
Scientists once though Eurolimnornis was the earliest known grebe, a group of freshwater diving birds, but they now think it’s a pterosaur.
This French pterosaur is one of the most completely known European azhdarchids.
Although the only known specimen of Ningchengopterus is a baby, it has several features that distinguish it from other pterosaur species.
One of the earliest pterosaur species named, Diopecephalus kochi lived alongside the earliest discovered pterosaur Pterodactylus and the earliest known bird Archaeopteryx.
Arthurdactylus is named for Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, whose novel “The Lost World” envisioned a land of living dinosaurs and pterosaurs on the same Brazilian plateau where its fossils were discovered.
This fragmentary pterosaur from Argentina was initially thought to be a small meat-eating dinosaur.
This large dsungaripterid had fewer teeth than most of its relatives.
One of the first pterosaurs found in Brazil’s Araripe Basin is also one of its most mysterious.