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Studies of two fossil specimens of ancient flying lizards with a reconstruction. Figure 1. Ornithocephalus brevirostris [juvenile pterosaur] here termed P.brevirostris discovered in 1817 and shown at its natural size. Figure 2. Rhamphorhynchus gemmingii from a specimen discovered in 1854. Figure 3. Reconstructed pterodactyl as it might have appeared in flight. Plate accompanying the paper 'The flying lizards of the secondary rocks', by Henry Woodward, The Intellectual Observer, January 1863, pp.443-451. Inscribed below: 'PTERODACTYLES, FROM THE LITHOGRAPHIC LIMESTONE. H.W. del.'
- Image reference: RS-12340
- The Royal Society
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