Germanodactylus? SMNK-PAL 6592 (undescribed) Late Jurassic ~75 cm wingspan, was derived from a sister toMOZ 3625P and the BMM specimen, SMNK-PAL 6592 was a phylogenetic predecessor to the much smaller No. 13 and the much larger Pteranodon occidentalis YPM 1179.
Overall larger and distinct from the BMM specimen (above), the anterior tooth was larger and elevated to the directly anterior orientation creating a sharper snout that was longer than the mandible. The rostral margin was straight and terminated in a small posteriorly-oriented parietal crest. The antorbital fenestra was larger. The rostrum was deeper.
The sternal complex was larger with sharper corners. The deltopectoral crest was displaced distally, away from the proximal articular surface. The distal humerus was expanded.
The pelvis was longer. The femur was much longer, subequal to the tibia. No three unguals were aligned. Manual 1.1 was longer and m2.1 was shorter.
Size comparisons between germanodactylids are here. The family tree of the Ornithocephalia and Germanodactylia is here. The expanded family tree of the Pterosauria is here.