English: 1=Photograph of specimen WDC CSG 255, a Rhamphorhynchus with remains of a ?Leptolepides in its pharynx, trapped in the jaws of an Aspidorhynchus. From Frey E , Tischlinger H (2012) The Late Jurassic pterosaur Rhamphorhynchus, a frequent victim of the ganoid fish Aspidorhynchus? PLoS ONE 7(3): e31945. doi|10.1371/journal.pone.0031945
Fossilized hunting scene;
A) specimen WDC CSG 255: an Aspidorhynchus and a Rhamphorhynchus in fatal encounter,
B) section of the specimen showing the way both animals are entangled.
C) A similar section under UV light, the arrow marks intestinal contents consisting of digested fish remains.
Note that the jaws of the Aspidorhynchus did not get hold of a bone, but apparently of the flight membrane of the left wing. The distorted left wing finger is suggestive for this.