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Hopefully someone will be able to help with the following:
1. Is Anurognathus still only known from one specimen?
2. Why is the head thought to be wide? (the type is preserved laterally)
3. It is presumed to be an insectivore, but could it not just as easily be a
4. Lastly, the ramphorynchoid long fifth toe. I've seen it restored totally
free, and also with a web from toe four. Paul restores it stretcing a
patagium between the hind limbs. So which interpretation is correct?
Apologies for all the questions, but any help will be appreciated.