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Pterosaurs of the Triassic: An Update

This post complements an article that was originally written in 2014, and can be found here. Since then, there have been some interesting developments in the area of Triassic pterosaurs that are worth mentioning, the most important being the recent … Continue reading

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Pterosaurs of the Triassic

Introduction There are only three known groups of volant vertebrates. Two are extant: birds and bats. The third group is completely extinct and known only from fossils: pterosaurs. Often referred to colloquially as “pterodactyls”, pterosaurs are a diverse group of … Continue reading

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