Short note on a non-pterodactyloid pterosaur from Upper Jurassic deposits of Inner Mongolia, China

@article{Cheng2015ShortNO,
  title={Short note on a non-pterodactyloid pterosaur from Upper Jurassic deposits of Inner Mongolia, China},
  author={Xin Cheng and Xiaolin Wang and Shunxing Jiang and Alexander Wilhelm Armin Kellner},
  journal={Historical Biology},
  year={2015},
  volume={27},
  pages={749 - 754}
}
Daohugou is an important locality of the Jurassic Yanliao Biota, where only two pterosaurs have been described so far (Jeholopterus and Pterorhynchus). Here we report a new genus and species, Daohugoupterus delicatusgen. et sp. nov. (IVPP V12537), from this region, consisting of a partial skeleton with soft tissue. The skull is laterally compressed, differing from Jeholopterus. The antorbital fenestra is larger than in Pterorhynchus. The upper temporal fenestra is unusually small. The short… 
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