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The quote below is from Dave Unwin.  Note that it mentions Kellner's
view on reversed ankles.  Does anyone have a copy of these two papers?


> Incidentally, Ken Kinman mentioned pterosaur ankles. It is usually assumed 
> that 
> pterosaurs have the 'derived ankle' type, but Kellner and Tomida in their JVP 
> abstract for 1993 point out that in a very well preserved specimen of 
> Anhanguera the ankle appears to be of the crocodile-reversed type. See also 
> Kellner and Tomida 2000. Description of a new species of Anhangueridae... 
> National Science Museum Monographs 17 (National Science Museum - Tokyo) for a 
> description of this incredible specimen.