Pterosauria - Rhamphorhynchoidae - Dimorphodontoidea - Eudimorphodontideae
Describer: Zambelli, 1973
Distribution: Zorzino limestones, Cene, Italy
Timeperiod: Middle to Upper Norian, Late Triassic
Size: Skull length = 6 cm. Wingspan = 1 m.
Info: = Endimorphodon Chaline, 1990 [sic] (Eudimorphodon ranzii = true two form tooth) One of the oldest kown pterosaurs, known from a number of crushed, articulated specimens of which one is a juvenile. Eudimorphodon is among the oldest known pterosaurs. The tips of the lower jaws bend down the front teeth are long, widely spaced and pointed. The side teeth are small, tightly packed and mult-cusped. The tail is thick and the legs are rather short.