Also, does the trailing edge comment imply
that the wing attaches high on the leg rather than below the knee as shown, or
should there simply be more curvature in the trailing edge?
Maybe it shouldn't attach to the legs at
all. There's evidence it attached to the tail and not the legs in
Pteranodon. Don't know what the current opinion is.
Also, I recently saw a German language article
(can't seem to find the link) on _Pterodactylus_, which had
a reconstruction of _P.kochi_ in the accepted quadrupedal
stance, but with it's hands oriented in an outward/backward pointing position.
How accurate is this? Thanks for any info you can
Only this is correct, as
shown by all known pterosaur tracks (Pteraichnus as well as those from
Crayssac near Bordeaux).
BTW, the spelling Seilacher is