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|Morphology||Ecology and taphonomy||External Literature Search||Age range and collections|
It was recombined as Ingridia imperator by Unwin and Martill (2007); it was recombined as Tupandactylus imperator by Kellner and Campos (2007), Pinheiro et al. (2011), Andres et al. (2014) and Headden and Campos (2014).
|Year||Name and author|
|1997||Tapejara imperator Campos and Kellner p. 83 figs. 1-2|
|2003||Tapejara imperator Unwin|
|2007||Tupandactylus imperator Kellner and Campos p. 2|
|2007||Ingridia imperator Unwin and Martill|
|2011||Tupandactylus imperator Pinheiro et al.|
|2014||Tupandactylus imperator Andres et al.|
|2014||Tupandactylus imperator Headden and Campos|
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|F. L. Pinheiro et al. 2011||Tapejarid pterosaur with an occipital process that reaches about the length of the rest of the skull (measured from the tip of the premaxillae to the squamosals); an extremely large soft-tissue median cranial crest supported anteriorly by a spine-like, caudally inclined suprapremaxillary process; soft-tissue component of the cranial crest composed of parallel fibers curving in caudal direction; an anteriorly projecting convex blade on the premaxillae and a lower jaw bearing a very deep rounded median mandibular crest with a steep rostral margin forming an angle of approximately 60 degrees with the mandible.|