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!!!!!! So it really *is* the only (known) Cretaceous "rhamphorhynchoid"

No. Check Denise Sigogneau-Russell's article on Berriasian fossils from northern Africa in the Lower & Middle Cretaceous symposium volume (NM Museum of Natural History and Science Bull. 14).

Jerry D. Harris
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