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Re: Phobetor/Phobetopter?



Hazarding a guess...

Perhaps Bakhurina's husband, David Unwin, will have something on it in
his new pterosaur book due out, I think, this fall.

David Peters
St. Louis





replacement name given in Bakhurina, 1986, but I have not been able to
find it. In some recent papers (most in "Evolution and Palaeobiology of
Pterosaurs, edited by Buffetaut, E., and Mazin, J.-M., 2003")
"Phobetopter" appears
instead of Phobetor. Is this just a misspelling, or is there something
more to this name?
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