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>> Actually, "expectatus" might be better than "inexpectatus".

>Has that trivial epithet ever been used properly? 

Yes...well, a variation of it anyway, in _Kepodactylus inexpectatus_ -- finding 
the pterosaur under a stegosaur was _not_ expected...

Harris, J.D., and Carpenter, K. 1996. A large pterodactyloid from the Morrison 
Formation (Late Jurassic) of Garden Park, Colorado. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie 
und Paläontologie Monatshefte 1996(8):473-484.

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