Rhamphorhynchus muensteri (Wellnhofer 1975) JME-SOS 4009, no. 62 in the Wellnhofer catalog, was a sister to R. muensteri and phylogenetically preceded R. gemmingi.
Distinct from R. muensteri the skull of no. 62 had a more robust temple and a more robust mandible.
The deltopectoral crest was rounder. The ulna and radius were distinctly longer.
The pes was distinctive with a longer metatarsal I, shorter medial digits and longer lateral digits.
See R. longiceps for size comparisons. See Campylognathoides C4 for a local family tree.