Good day to all list members,
I've recently posted a short article on pterosaurs on my blog (
http://dinosaurus.bloguje.cz/783764-uvod-do-pterosaurologie.php ). As a
part of the text, I was trying to create a simple table comprising the
largest known pterosaurs (i. e. those with largest wingspan). I counted
there are just 15 genera with a wingspan exceeding 5 meters and five
perhaps over 10 meters). I'm aware there's a high margin of error with all
these estimates (given the incompleteness of fossil record) , so I'd like
to make it clear for myself. Would the table below be more or less
correct? Thanks in advance, Vlad
Quetzalcoatlus northropi 11-13 m? 
Arambourgiania philadelphiae 12 m? [perhaps 10 much smaller than Hatz and
Hatzegopteryx thambema 12 m? [11 +/-]
Ornithocheirus sp. 12 m? [less than 11 based on preserved material]
Pteranodon sternbergi 9-11 m? [9.5-10]
Tapejara wellnhoferi 5-6 m
Santanadactylus brasiliensis 2,9-5,7 m?
Tupuxuara longicristatus 5,5 m?
Cearadactylus atrox 4-5,5 m?
Zhejiangopterus linhaiensis ...over 5 m
Caulkicephalus trimicrodon 5 m?
Istiodactylus latidens 5 m?
Lacusovagus magnificens 5 m?
Liaoningopterus gui 5 m?
Phosphatodraco mauritanicus 5 m?