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RE:Pterosaur wings and refs

Dave Unwin wrote:

<<If you want to read the latest about snappy flappers try these:

A tale of a tail:
Dalla Vecchia, F. M. 2002. A caudal segment of a Late Triassic pterosaur
(Diapsoda, Pterosauria) from North-Eastern Italy. Atti de Museo Friulano di
Storia Naturale 23, 31-58. 

Jeholopterus and its relationships:
Dalla Vecchia, F. M. 2002. Observations on the non-pterodactyloid pterosaur
Jeholopterus ningchengensis from the Early Cretaceous of Northestern China.
Natura Nascosta 24, 8-27.>>

If you are working on pterosaurs or you need it for a public Library, you
can ask for an offprint of the paper about the tails:

Museo Friulano di Storia Naturale
Via Marangoni 39/41
I-33100 Udine

You can download (free) the other paper at

All the best
Fabio M. Dalla Vecchia
Fabio M. Dalla Vecchia, PhD
Museo Paleontologico Cittadino
Via Valentinis 134
I-34074 Monfalcone