For ease of reference, here is the list of links to the updated categories I have analyzed to this point. This is a work in progress.
See the updated version posted on Jan 15, 2013.
As a result, the possibly fish-eating Ctenochasma and Rhamphorhynchus may have had similar activity patterns to modern nocturnal seabirds, and the filter-feeding Pterodaustro may have had similar activity patterns to modern anseriform birds that feed at night.
Some [pterosaur] advanced beaked forms were toothless, such as the pteranodonts and azhdarchids, and had larger, more extensive, and more bird-like beaks.
- Azhdarchoidea 148.5–65.5 Ma
- Ctenochasmatoidea 166–124.6 Ma
- Dsungaripteroidea 155–112 Ma
- Ornithocheiroidea (eg Pteranodon) (130–70 Ma)
Not yet categorized: