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For _Sharovipteryx_ ...
> I don't know the hard
>anatomical details, but one thing it doesn't look like is a pterosaur.
>You can follow the rear flight membrane all the way out to one of the toes,
>but I couldn't see anything on the forelimbs.
I agree. _Sharovipteryx_ has a uropatagium, but there's no good
evidence that the arms were attached to any skin membrane (I think
it's called a brachiopatagium). On the other hand, there's evidence
that at least some pterosaurs did not have a uropatagium, and that the
legs were free for locomotion on the ground.