Germanodactylus rhamphastinus? JME Moe12 (plate) BSP 1977 XIX 1 (counterplate) (Rodriques, Kellner and Rauhut 2010) Late Jurassic ~1.2 m wingspan was considered another G. rhamphastinus, but it is sufficient different in its traits. Derived from a sister to G. rhamphastinus, JME Moe12 was a phylogenetic predecessor to MOZ 3625P.
Distinct from G. rhamphastinus, the skull of JME Moe12 was much sharper with a relatively larger antorbiral fenestra and orbit. No ossified crest jutted out from the cranium. The maxilla was slightly concave ventrally. The dentary was slightly convex dorsally to match it.
The cervicals were more gracile. The torso was relatively longer. The caudals were reduced.
The sternal complex, scapula and coracoid were all reduced. The forelimb was more gracile with smaller fingers. The metacarpus was shorter. Manual 4.1 was shorter than m4.2 (as in Elanodactylus and Darwinopterus).
The pubis and ischium were sutured except ventrally. The prepubis was short. The posterior process of the ilium was no longer than the posteriorly expanded ischium. The hindlimb was longer. The metatarsals and unguals were aligned transversely.
Size comparisons between germanodactylids are here. The family tree of the Ornithocephalia and Germanodactylia is here. The expanded family tree of the Pterosauria is here.