Dendrorhynchoides? mutoudengensis (originally GLGMV 0002 but now JZMP-04-07-3, but this is also the Boreopterus specimen number, Middle Jurassic, Hone and Lü 2010, Lü and Hone 2012) This pterosaur was originally considered another specimen of Dendrorhynchoides.
Distinct from the Dendrorhynchoides, the skull in dorsal view narrowed posteriorly. The orbit was larger. The jugal was not so deep. The ectopalatines were larger. The pterygoids were smaller.
The neck was relatively shorter and the torso longer. Lü and Hone (2012) noted a longer tail, but it is no longer than that of Dendrorhynchoides. The ribs, not shown here, were not so wide or robust.
The sternal complex was smaller. The coracoid is relatively longer. The scapula is relatively shorter. Lü and Hone (2012) described the metacarpal as being 40% the length of the humerus. Actually it is 25%, or one fourth.
The prepubis was shaped like a hockey stick paddle. The femur was longer. The metatarsals were shorter and wider. The proximal pedal phalanges were longer. Pedal digit 5 was shorter.