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RE: On the subject of mysterious absences...The Answer
Should also add that tooth-sieving pterosaurs go back to the Jurassic
(Ctenochasma, Gnathosaurus etc).
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>I wonder if Pterodaustro is the first known filter feeder to have
Among reasonably big vertebrates, you mean? *Leedsichthys* is older
Jurassic and later).
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