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Temporal range: Turonian
Iron Dragon.jpg
An artist's interpretation of Ferrodraco lentoni
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Order: Pterosauria
Family: Ornithocheirinae
Genus: Ferrodraco
Pentland et al, 2019
Type species
Ferrodraco lentoni
Pentland et al, 2019

Ferrodraco ("Iron Dragon" after the ironstone the fossil was found in) is an extinct genus of ornithocheirid pterosaur known from the Late Cretaceous Winton Formation of Queensland, Australia, containing the single species F. lentoni. The species was named after the former mayor of Winton, Graham Thomas ‘Butch’ Lenton. It is the most complete pterosaur fossil from Australia, being known from the holotype specimen AODF 876, consisting primarily of the anterior portion of the skull and dentary, cervical vertebral centra and a partial wing. Its wingspan was estimated to be about four metres. It was found to be within Ornithocheirinae, as sister taxon to Mythunga. It is the latest surviving member of Anhangueria.

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