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After the Brazilian paleontologist Diogenes de Almeida Campos, who made valuable contributions to the knowledge of pterosaur diversity in Brazil and was a major influence to us, and pterus, from the Greek pteron, meaning wing.
Ornithocheirus nasutus Seeley, 1870.
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Cambridge Greensand, England.
Pterodactyloid pterosaurs with the following combination of characters that distinguishes it from other members of the clade: anterior tip of the premaxillae and maxillae round in lateral view; premaxillary crest absent; anterior expansion of the rostrum present; palate curving dorsally; first pair of alveoli located anteriorly.