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“…Even so, it is difficult to accommodate all four tooth morphotypes within the dentition of a single ornithocheirid and it seems likely that multiple species were present in the Kem Kem Group. This is consistent with the recognition of four distinct genera, Siroccopteryx, Coloborhychus, Anhanguera and Ornithocheirus, but assignment of individual teeth to these, or other Kem Kem ornithocheirids (Jacobs et al 2020) will require further work.…”
Section: Ornithocheiroidea Seeley 1891 Ornithocheiridae Seeley 1870supporting
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“…Even so, it is difficult to accommodate all four tooth morphotypes within the dentition of a single ornithocheirid and it seems likely that multiple species were present in the Kem Kem Group. This is consistent with the recognition of four distinct genera, Siroccopteryx, Coloborhychus, Anhanguera and Ornithocheirus, but assignment of individual teeth to these, or other Kem Kem ornithocheirids (Jacobs et al 2020) will require further work.…”
Section: Ornithocheiroidea Seeley 1891 Ornithocheiridae Seeley 1870supporting
“…and Ornithocheirus sp. (Jacobs et al 2020). Wellnhofer and Buffetaut (1999) published the first direct evidence for edentulous pterosaurs in the Kem Kem group.…”
Section: Pterosauria Kaup 1834mentioning
“…The referral of Ornithostoma to ?Chaoyangopteridae suggests that Chaoyangopteridae is not restricted to South America and China as previously thought and along with the recently described (Unwin, 2001;Jacobs et al, 2019Jacobs et al, , 2020 and now a chaoyangopterid and potentially if the affinities of CAMSM B40085 proved to lie with Tapejaridae (see section 4.3) a tapejarid. Ornithostoma as a chaoyangopterid removes evidence of a Lower Cretaceous pteranodontid and suggests Pteranodontidae were restricted to the Upper Cretaceous.…”
Section: Affinities Of Ornithostoma Sedgwickisupporting