Here at Pterosaur.net, we want to know what you think of our site regardless of whether you comments are positive or negative. We aim to continually update the site to make it more comprehensive and informative and, because we're nice, we'd like your input as to how this could be achieved. Have we made some glaring omissions in our list of important taxa that you would like rectified? Are there essays you would like expanded? Alternatively, do you simply have a question for the Pterosaur.net team that you'd like answered or are seeking permission to use the images posted in our galleries? Whatever you comment, question or suggestion, there are several ways you can contact Pterosaur.net.

E-mail: [email protected]

The most direct way to contact us is with the above E-mail address. The entire team can see these E-mails, so please specify if there is one author you want to contact over any others.

The Pterosaur.net Blog

If we've written a blog post about a certain topic that you have an opinion on, why not let us know what you think by leaving a comment with the appropriate post? You can find the blog here and comments can be left in the same fashion as other blogsites.

Ask A Biologist

Two Pterosaur.net regulars, Dave Hone and Darren Naish, also frequent the excellent Ask A Biologist website where, as the name suggests, you can fire questions on palaeontology, biology, zoology and other aspects of natural history at scientists in the know. If you've got a pterosaur question, post it on AAB and there's a good chance that Dave or Darren will answer it.

A polite disclaimer

In all cases, we'll do our best to respond to any querries and comments as soon as possible. Do bear in mind, however, that Pterosaur.net is a labour of love squeezed into already busy lives and, accordingly, a few days may pass before you receive a reply. This is not, of course, a reflection of anything other than that finding the time to reply properly to some questions may take a little time, so please don't be offended if our responses are not immediate.