There are many good sites that are informative about the pterosaurs. There are also a lot of strange and inaccurate sites. This link page contains sites that are considered to be informative and useful. Each site has been checked for its content and accuracy and only a selection of those sites that are accurate are included here.
This selection of sites was correct in December 2012.
The use of search engines is recommended for obtaining up to date information in addition to surfing these links. Use search keys like, pterosauria, pterosaur, flugsauria, pterodactyl, pteranodon, "flying reptiles", or specific generic names of specimens. They all give different results. It is also worth trying different search engines.
The Pterosaur Database www.pterosuar.org.uk and www.pterosaur.co.uk/ extensive bibliography by authors, list of specimens in U.K. museums, pterosaurs by geological age, support in identifying specimens, enquiries and schools pages.
www.pterosaur.net is a website developed by pterosaur research professionals - it is initially aimed at giving an overview of the order Pterosauria which is based in scientific knowledge. This site may well develop into something special over time.
DinoWight www.dinowight.co.uk. This site on the Isle of Wight fossils is very informative and also includes the Pterosaur Database transcript © on Istiodactylus latidens (Hooley) as a free download.
Berkeley www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/diapsids/pterosauria.html Lots of informative pages and a search facility within the museum collections.
Stattliches Museum fur Naturkunde-Links http://science.naturkundemuseum-bw.de/en/palaeontology
University of Oslo, pterosaur pages http://www.nhm.uio.no/besokende/faste-utstillinger/fossiler/galleri/montre/english/m_flyve_e.htm Oslo Palaeontology Museum has a pterosaur showcase.
Digimorph Rhamphorhynchus http://digimorph.org/specimens/Rhamphorhynchus_muensteri/ A scan of the skull of a Rhamphorhynchus specimen.
Australia's Lost Kingdoms www.lostkingdoms.com/facts/factsheet7.htm There are very few pterosaur specimens from Australia, this page tells of one of them.
Texas Memorial Museum www.tmm.utexas.edu/exhibits/pterosaur A good introduction to Quetzalcoatlus.
Big Bend National Park http://www.nps.gov/bibe/naturescience/pterosaur.htm Another useful site with Quetzalcoatlus being the prime species.
AMNH Pterosaur fossils http://paleo.amnh.org/Collections/FARB/FARBColl.htm
Search for pterosaur,museum. Add country to be more specific.
Daren Naish on Pterosaurs http://darrennaish.blogspot.com/2006/05/pterosaur-wings-broad-chord-narrow.html
Mike Horne's Web Pages http://www.horne28.freeserve.co.uk/ has a good list of links to fossil pages.
Solnhofen-fossilienatlas.de http://www.solnhofen-fossilienatlas.de/index.php The Atlas of fossils from Solnhofen administered by Martin Sauter.
Paleo Direct www.paleodirect.com A Florida company with quality fossils including pterosaur specimens at reasonable prices. The proprietor is in contact with the find sites and take trouble to obtain appropriate identification of specimens.
Two Guys Fossils www.twoguysfossils.com/main.htm This is a site from the U.S. for the purchase of museum quality fossils. There are pterosaur models and casts and occasionally the odd specimen available.
Taylor Made Fossils http://taylormadefossils.com/ is a company that produces model dinosaurs and pterosaurs for displays and collectors. There are also some items for rental. The company is based in Saint Louis, Missouri, USA
Search for fossils,dealers.
Recommended UK fossil dealers