A new species of Coloborhynchus (Pterosauria, Ornithocheiridae) from the mid-Cretaceous of North Africa

@article{Jacobs2019ANS,
  title={A new species of Coloborhynchus (Pterosauria, Ornithocheiridae) from the mid-Cretaceous of North Africa},
  author={Megan L. Jacobs and David M. Martill and Nizar Ibrahim and Nicholas R. Longrich},
  journal={Cretaceous Research},
  year={2019}
}

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