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Re: Pterosaur morphological evolution
On Jul 7, 2011, at 2:36 PM, Don Ohmes wrote:
> On 7/7/2011 12:35 PM, Jorge Câmara wrote:
>> but they
>> look quite clumsy (well, their long limbs look less clumsy than most
>> pterosaurs) with their folded wings and membranes?
> I may have missed something -- is there direct evidence of membranes in
No, but there is an azhdarchoid with some membrane preserved (mostly the
proximal brachiopatagium). It seems to follow about the same pattern as for
other pterodactyloids, albeit perhaps a bit broader inboard of the elbow (it's
torn up, so hard to say with any confidence).
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