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RE: Cretaceous Pterosaurs
> From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of
> Allan Smith
> Can anyone tell me what the smallest Cretaceous pterosaur was?
> How close to the end of the Jurassic did the small pterosaurs like
> P. kochi and P. antiquus live. I am trying to make a case for small
> pterosaurs roosting on the backs of Creataceous dinos for a
> diorama that I
> am working on.
The Cretaceous is 15 million years or so longer than the Cenozoic Era: what
part of the Cretaceous (and what region) are you talking about?
Actually, to make things simpler: on which Cretaceous dinosaurs do you want
your pterosaurs roosting?
Thomas R. Holtz, Jr.
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