Dsungaripterus ("Wing of Junggar Basin") was a genus of pterosaur with an average wingspan of 3 metres (10 feet). It lived during the Early Cretaceous, ranging from China, where the first fossils were found in the Junngar Basin, to Africa, where more remains have been found. The closely related pterosaur, Phobetor parvus, was once originally assigned to this genus.
Revision of the Poecilimon ornatus group (Orthoptera: Phaneropteridae) with particular reference to the taxa in Bulgaria and Macedonia*
Aug 10, 2010; Key words. Orthoptera, Phaneropteridae, Poecilimon, P. jablanicensis sp. n., systematics, bioacoustics, morphology, communication...