MPUM 7039, identified by Dalla Vecchi 2003 as a “relatively large, incomplete and isolated sternal plate“ “prudently consider it as cf. Eudimorphodon” is indeed that.
Of course, as well all know, a sternal complex includes the interclavicle and clavicles along with the sternal plate, here (Fig. 1) colorized for easy identification. Let’s keep calling this a sternal complex because it’s not just a sternum and sometimes the sternal portion is the smallest part.
This post is part of a Triassic series that follows an earlier one on a gastric pellet containing a pterosaur.
Dalla Vecchia FM 2003. A review of the Triassic pterosaur record. Riv. Mus. civ. Sc. Nat. “E. Caffi” Bergamo 22:13-29.