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Re: Sharovipteryx



Sharovipteryx

Papers and abstracts published and in press include:

Cowen, R. 1981. Homonyms of Podopteryx. Journal of Paleontology 55: 483.

Gans, C., Darevski, I. and Tatarinov, L.P. 1987. Sharovipteryx, a reptilian 
glider? Paleobiology 13: 415-426.

Peters, D. 1997 A new phylogeny for the Pterosauria, J. Vertebr. Paleontol. 17, 
69A

Sharov, A.G. 1971. [New flying reptiles from the Mesozoic of Kazakhstan and 
Kirgizia.] Trudy Paleontologicheskogo Instituta AN SSSR 130: 104-113.

Tatarinov, L.P. 1989. [The systematic position and way of life of the 
problematic Upper Triassic reptile Sharovipteryx mirabilis.] 
Palaeontologicheskii Zhurnal 1989 (2): 110-112.

Tatarinov, L.P. 1994. Terrestrial vertebrates from the Triassic of the USSR 
with comments on the morphology of some reptiles. Pp. 165-170 in J.-M. Mazin 
and G. Pinna (eds), Evolution, Ecology and Biogeography of the Triassic 
Reptiles. Paleontologia Lombarda, New Series, 2.

Unwin, D. M., Alifanov, V.A. & Benton, M.J.) Enigmatic small reptiles from the 
Late Triassic of Kirghizia. In: Benton, M. J., Kurochkin, E., Shiskin, M. and 
Unwin, D. M., (eds), The Age of Dinosaurs in Russia and Mongolia. Cambridge 
University Press. 

Forthcoming presentations:

Unwin, D. M. Sharovipteryx: what can it tell us about the origin of pterosaurs? 
48th Symposium of Vertebrate Palaeontology and Comparative Anatomy, Portsmouth, 
England, Monday 28 Aug. - Sunday 3 September. 
(http://www.soft.net.uk/richardforrest/svpca2000/svpca2000.page.intro.html)

Unwin, D. M. Sharovipteryx and its significance for the origin of the pterosaur 
flight apparatus. 5th European Workshop on Vertebrate Palaeontology, 27.6.2000 
- 1.7.2000, Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde Karlsruhe (SMNK) Erbprinzenstr. 
13 D-76133 Karlsruhe Germany (http://www.alettra.de/ewvp5/index.htm) 

Some of the queries regarding Sharovipteryx raised in recent mailings to the 
list are dealt with in the papers published and in press, and will be covered 
in the two presentations. 

Dave 

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David M Unwin
Curator for Fossil Reptiles and Birds
Institut fur Palaontologie
MUSEUM FUR NATURKUNDE 
Zentralinstitut der Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin
Invalidenstrasse 43
D-10115 Berlin
GERMANY

Email: david.unwin@rz.hu-berlin.de

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