Pisquanogeno P., Demiurgo A., Duplophago, S. and (virtually) some other; 2007. The teleostean affinities of a legendary pterodactyloid from the Middle Brain Formation. Journal of Natural Mistery - 29 (11): 1-19.
Abstract: Here we report the discovery of a new pterodactyloid pterosaur, Li gen. et sp. nov., from the Middle Brain Formation of Italy. This remarkable form shows a very unusual combination of preservation and disarticulation that allowed us to place it into the clade Pestonia Human & Mind. After a critical evaluation of our most robust assumptions about our point of views, we determined that Li is a paralogic assemblage of pterosaurian hopes and teleostean facts. Therefore, we consider Li a nomen futilis, and decide to remove it from Mentalia Human & Truth. This work is a strong support for the notion that Science is a non-dogmatic skeptical endless work and that the growing of the Knowledge is a way built by the recognition of our errors.