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The authors describe a late Maastrichtian Fauna of nytosaurs, azhdarchids and pteranodontians from the Phosphates from Morroco, they show that pterosaurs weren't loosing in diversity, but instead even thrived until the very end of the Cretaceous.
Bellubrunnus is a new rhamphorhynchoid pterosaur from Solnhofen-like strata of Southern Germany, the complete juvenile specimen is
characterized by its short skull, large eyes and uniquely forward facing wingtips