Several basal ornithocheirids are coming out of Lebanon. This one is more complete than most. It is the most basal form I know of with tiny feet. And it’s pretty small for an ornithocheirid.
More basal ornithocheirids include the JZMP embryo and Yixianopterus, both of which have more typically sized feet and wings. Earlier we looked at the common ancestors of cycnorhamphids and ornithocheirids, including the tiny pterosaur misnamed Pterodactylus? pulchellus.
Here’s a opportunity to discuss fossil interpretation.
Sometimes fossils are less than complete. Sometimes bones go under other bones. Sometimes chunks of matrix that contain bones do not make it back to the lab. Here’s where best guesses come into play, as in figure 1. I’m pretty sure that small piece of bone over the coracoid is the proximal scapula. Let me know if you think you have a better idea or identification here.