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A Skull For Rhamphorhynchus, Part Two

My last post on Rhamphorhynchus muensteri‘s skull elicited some dialogue on the dietary preferences one might infer from looking at Rhamphorhynchus‘s skull. This was done regardless of the preservation of gut remains or implied habitus. In preparation of a larger … Continue reading

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Branching Beaks

What a strange animal, I think, is the Rhamphorhynchus muensteri.

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A Skull For Rhamphorhynchus

The small pterosaur[n1] Rhamphorhynchus is known from a large host of specimens from the Late Jurassic of central to western Europe, mostly Germany and surrounding countries. It is known from complete specimens, to well-preserved partial, to utter crap. It is … Continue reading

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