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Just got hold of a real neat paper on pterosaur ichnites from the Tithonian of
Quercy. The prints show that the animals were quadrupedal, the prints are like
those of _Pteraichnus_, and '..the atypical gleno-acetabular ratio measured on
the trackways leads to the notion that these pterosaurs inclined their fore-
limbs forward while walking.'.
MAZIN, J-M., HANTZPERGUE, P., LAFAURIE, G. & VIGNAUD, P.
Pterosaur trackways from the Tithonian of Crayssac (Quercy, France)
Comptes rendus de l'Acedemie des Sciences, Serie II, Tome 321 (5)
Earth and Planetary Sciences, pp. 417-24
"Curse that infernal Morzer-Bruyns and has stupid sea-stories!"
"Is that fair?" "Multicoloured _Peponocephala_? I'll give you 'fair'...."