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Thanks to HP Rutger Jansma for pointing this paper out to me.

The skull and wing of a pterodactyloid pterosaur from the Brazilian Lower
Cretaceous (Albian) in the collection of the American Museum of Natural
History, New York, USA displays the general anatomical features
characteristic for these pterosaurs and is shortly described. The largely
embedded skeletal remains are tentatively assigned to Brasileodactylus. More
precise classification, other than genus, proved not possible.


Chris Collinson