Liaoningopterus gui IVPP V 13291 (Wang and Zhou 2003) Cenomanian, Early Cretaceous, ~90 mya, ~61 cm skull length was derived from a sister to Cearadactylus and was a sister to Anhanguera leaving no known descendants.
Distinct from Cearadactylus, the skull of Liaoningopterus was low anteriorly and very tall posteriorly. A very low crest surmounted the snout tip. Only one premaxillary tooth was enlarged to fang status. It is the largest tooth known for any pterosaur. The anterior dentary was expanded.
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