Millions of years ago, these flying reptiles ruled the skies. Over 150 species have been discovered around the world so far!

Here are 13 pterosaurs that you’ll meet in the game. Can you master how to pronounce their names? (Try to say each five times fast!)

6 of the pterosaurs here (marked with a *), and in the downloadable card deck (marked with a diamond symbol), will come alive on your iOS device with a free app called Pterosaurs: The Card Game.
Find it in the app store.

As always, you can click on the * to collect OLogy cards.

Anhanguera blittersdorffi
ahn-han-GWER-a BLIT-ters-DORF-eye
wingspan: ~13 feet (4 m)
Dimorphodon macronyx
dye-MORF-o-don ma-KRON-ix
wingspan: up to 4 feet 7 inches (1.4 m)
Dsungaripterus weii
sun-ga-RIP-tor-us way
wingspan: ~11 feet (3.3 m)
Jeholopterus ningchengensisp
jah-hol-OP-ter-us ning-cheng-EN-sis
wingspan: 35 inches (90 cm)
Nyctosaurus gracilis
nik-toe-SOR-us gra-SIL-us
wingspan: 6-10 feet (2-3 m)
Pteranodon longiceps
tair-AN-o-don LON-ji-seps
wingspan: up to 20 feet (6 m)
Pterodactylus antiquus
tair-o-DAK-til-us an-TEEK-wus
wingspan: up to 5 feet (1.5 m)
Pterodaustro guinazui
tair-o-DOW-stro gee-na-zoo-eye
wingspan: 8 feet (2.5 m)
Quetzalcoatlus northropi
ket-zel-KWAT-a-lus NORTH-rup-eye
wingspan: 33 feet (10 m)
Rhamphorhynchus muensteri
ram-fo-RIN-kus MOON-ster-eye
wingspan: up to 6 feet (1.8 m)
Scaphognathus [Crassirostris?]
scaf-ug-NAITH-us kras-i-ROS-tris
wingspan: ~3 feet (90cm)
Tapejara wellnhoferi
ta-pe-JAR-a well-n-HOF-er-eye
wingspan: up to 6 feet (1.8 m)
Tupuxuara leonardii
too-pu-SHWA-ra lay-o-NAR-dee-eye
wingspan: ~15 feet (4.5 m)