Short one today
told mostly in pictures.
Get rid of the extraneous data to better see and understand the basics.
In this case
the skull of the original Tapejara fossil (Fig. 1) is trimmed back to just the basics and slightly shifted to fit. Missing tips are added based on phylogenetic bracketing.
(Kellner 1989; 108 mya, Early Cretaceous) was immediately recognized as something quite different when first discovered. Compared to other specimens, this one appears to have no sharp premaxilla, likely due to taphonomic loss.
Eck K, Elgin RA and Frey E 2011. On the osteology of Tapejara wellnhoferi KELLNER 1989 and the first occurrence of a multiple specimen assemblage from the Santana Formation, Araripe Basin, NE-Brazil. Swiss Journal of Palaeontology, doi:10.1007/s13358-011-0024-5.
Kellner AWA 1989. A new edentate pterosaur of the Lower Cretaceous from the Araripe Basin, northeast Brazil. Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciências 61, 439-446.