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> > I have read of a small pterosaur found in Russia in 1970 that left
> > impressions. Has any other pterosaur been found with fur or hair
> > And is the 1970 find of good quality, or is there some doubt that
> > pterosaur did have hair?
> Have you see the book called 'The Illustrated Encyclopedia
> of Pterosaurs' by Peter Wellinhofer (1991 Crescent books, ISBN
> 0-517-03701-7)? It is extremely useful as a pterosaur reference
> with wonderful illustrations. The book refers to *Sordes pilosus*
> 'hair' described by A.G. Sharov in 1971. The 'hairs' are derived
> scales and are not like mammalian hairs.
Curator of Palaeontology
University of Glasgow
The first law of Geology is the law of supposition.
(Geological Howlers - ed. WDI Rolfe)