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Re: Large last gasp of pterosaurs
T. Michael Keesey" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
It's interesting that today's two large clades of flying animals
and _Chiroptera_) largely avoid competition by being awake at different
Then again, it doesn't seem that pterosaurs or early avialans had any
There was a fairly recent suggestion that anurognathids might have been
nocturnal insect-catchers, on account of their big eyes and wide mouths.
AFAIK, the notion that anurognathids caught flying insects on the wing is
not new, but the suggestion that they did so at night is.
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