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Re: Aurorazhdarcho, new azhdarchoid pterosaur from Late Jurassic, Germany



 If it's a new "Family," there's no way it can be called what it says
 in the abstract. Sigh.

Exactly. Google doesn't know a "*Protazhdarcho*". Three possibilities:

-- *Protazhdarcho* is named in the paper, and the contents of the paper somehow haven't made it to Google yet. In that case it's surprising it's not mentioned in the abstract. -- Protazhdarchidae isn't intended to be a family, except, uh, except the abstract explicitly says it is. -- Protazhdarchidae is a failure of peer review. A rather surprising one, actually.