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Campylognathoides ("curved jaw") is a genus of pterosaur, discovered in the Württemberg Lias deposits (dated to the early Toarcian age) of Germany; this first specimen consisted however only of wing fragments. Further better preserved specimens were found in the Holzmaden shale. It was most likly a piscivore, though some scientists have theorized that it fed on small, terestrial animals.