What is a pterosaur?
This narrow-snouted pterosaur waded into an ancient inland lake in search of food.
This weird-footed reptile helps illuminate the origin of the pterosaurs.
This aerial insect hunter has a long tail that's unique for its family.
Originally thought to be a species of Dendrorhynchoides, the name of this anurognathid honors the late pterosaurologist Lü Junchang.
Leptostomia is a small pterosaur only known from its forceps-like beak.
The strong jaws and blunt teeth of Ordosipterus helped it break the shells of its food.
This English pterosaur appears to have family ties to long-snouted tapejarids from Asia.
Africa’s first known tapejarid lived alongside the enormous theropod Spinosaurus.
The first record of boreopterids outside of China is also the first record of them in a riverside environment.