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Re: Winged migration



--- Chris Bennett <cbennett@bridgeport.edu> wrote:
> 
> The non-marine anurognathids are represented by only about six specimens that
> are widely scattered geographically and temporally.  It is possible that
> there was a diverse nearshore pterosaur fauna in the Upper Cretaceous right
> up until the end-Cretaceous extinction, and also possible that the
> anurognathids hung on until the extinction.

Why not beyond???


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