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Of course, I have also worked with one colleague from Brazil Helder da Rocha. Hebert Bruno Campos analyzing pterosaur bones. The front upper edge of the symphysis is sharp.

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Study, think, think and think… but consolidating company pensions stop loving! How do you know if it is a new species if there is so limited information? I am not adept at tourism, so visiting museums is always mandatory!

Also, I do field work and some excavations at one time hebert bruno campos dating another. Well, come on … the fun part of my job is finding pleasure in developing knowledge about pterosaurs.

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They weigh a few kilos, different from the skeletons displayed there that can weigh more than 30 kilograms. Often fossils are incomplete and not always one specimen is equal to another of the same group.

Collecting something, for example, is a good and distracting extra-academic activity stamps, coins, rocks, fossils, books, figures. Did all the pterosaurs fly? I work with insights. Ah, the travel part is enjoyable. From childhood, I had access to technical books of artistic design.

There are no teeth or tooth sockets present in the fragment. The symphysis, with a preserved length of millimetres, curves upwards and has a relatively short depression at its upper rear end. The specific name honours Oberli. Other pterosaur groups, such as pteranodontidsnyctosaurids and azhdarchoidshave also lost their teeth, indicating that toothloss might have independently occurred at least four times among pterosaurs.

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Pleasure is the main fuel for motivation and for good scientific results. I have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder ADHD so I need to always be looking for different ways to motivate myself and get on with my work, especially when it comes to writing.

Another very exciting study is about the ontogenetic development based on a series of skulls and skeletons of the tapejarid Caiuajara dobruskii from Cretaceous period in Brazil. I have a solid background in art. I am investigating the anatomy of new pterosaur specimens from the Crato and Santana formations of Brazil.

However, this was done in his dissertation and thus merely resulted in an invalid nomen ex dissertatione. The most important works in paleoart are the reconstruction of an ornithocheiroid pterosaur of the Santana Formation based on a specimen with many complete bony elements known in a museum in Japan.

How does the distribution of actinofibrils linear keratinous structures present internally in the wing membrane and pedal webbing differ in different pterosaur species? Interpreting soft tissue is an even more cautious activity.

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There is a collection of reconstruction of the pterosaur fauna of the Araripe Basin, which was developed in partnership with the paleoartist, Sergey Krasovskiy, which will be part of an illustrative book on the subject.

I work with drawing, art, and computer software, and also devote myself to the current and ancient scientific literature of pterosaurs, paleontology, and zoology. He developed an original technique for the construction of light and detailed skeletons of pterosaurs based on the maximum scientific accuracy and using data from 3D bone elements of Santana pterosaurs.

Pycnofibers and actinofibrils are part of my attention, but there are few pterosaur specimens that preserve these structures. It consists of the symphysisfused front end, of the lower jaws. This is certainly the most difficult question here.

Are the flight style and wing model the same for different pterosaurs?

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If you find a difficulty in your way, just make it your best mate. I use laboratories and equipment. But I never stop using a notepad wherever I go.

I am using computer tomography CT of three-dimensional 3D skulls of Santana pterosaurs to collect information about the general neuroanatomy of derivate pterosaurs, and in the future, any intriguing aspects related to the pterosaur skull.

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I am finishing the study of an exceptionally well-preserved pterosaur from the Jurassic Solnhofen of Germany, which includes a complete wing membrane with the unusual presence of internal structures that are very rarely preserved in the fossil register and are barely studied.

I am especially interested in certain aspects of pterosaurs that were a little explored previously.

Recently, a new study about many of the last pterosaurs from the Maastrichtian era last age of the Cretaceous, about 65 million of years old in Morocco has revealed that the pterosaur extinction occurred abruptly, and there was no previous decline of general diversity that led to the complete extinction of the group.

Dedicate yourself to your academic activities, but, if possible, keep one or two hobbies. You know… heavy skeletons can be a problem to be mounted on museum ceilings.

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They help me organize my ideas, projects, and plans. There are known eggs and embryos of distinct pterosaur specimens of Hamipterus tianshanensis from the Cretaceous period in China which help us to learn about the first stages of development and inferences about the behaviour of neonates.

I can photograph, work with image editing, travel to scientific congresses, present papers, and meet colleagues — every moment, I have the opportunity to meet paleontologists that I have had contact with for many years but do not know personally.

Are all the pterosaurs covered by pycnofibers cover structures with similarity to hairs? They are necessary to mature a new hypothesis or clarify an interpretation that seems difficult at first sight.