Earlier I thought the distal tibia and foot were missing, but a closer look at what remains of the left tibia left me thinking the pedal elements were all present, mixed up with the gastralia. I wouldn’t have confidence saying this except the reconstruction of the pedal elements is very much like those of other Scaphognathus specimens, like n110 and the Maxberg specimen.
So we may have something here.
As a side note, one more wing phalanx is also added to the wing. Most of the left wing is hidden by the antebrachium and pelvis. I missed that earlier. So, here are the images.
And a new reconstruction puts it all together.
Hopefully a new basal Scaphognathus specimen will come along with a foot and wing in clear view. It is entirely possible that this “foot” is created from broken and half-sunken gastralia, but at this point, it’s worth presenting.
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