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Keywords: Pterosauria , Dorygnathus , tibia , fibula , Toarcian , Ardennes , France

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A pterosaur tibia-fibula is described from Toarcian shales ("Marne de Flize") near the city of Charleville-Mézières (Ardennes, northeastern France). The morphology of this element, especially the reduced fibula partially fused to the tibia, suggests that it belongs to the rhamphorhynchid Dorygnathus, which is well represented in the Toarcian Posidonienschiefer of Germany and has also been reported from the Toarcian of Nancy (eastern France).


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