Pterosaurs in amber
There are two main groups of pterosaurs that can be found in amber, those with ball shaped heads and those with the long traditional pterodactyl mouth, pterosaur species in amber can be further divided between those that have teeth and those that do not although in some cases babies are toothless and develop teeth later.
Here is an example, this pterosaur is the most common pterosaur in Burmite and specimens come in numerous sizes and social interaction groups in amber.
Although we do archive many top grade well preserved pterodactyl type pterosaurs here is a simple picture below of a poorly preserved pterosaur just to help show how easily they can go unnoticed without careful examination.
Here are some larger specimens of pterosaur.