The holotype of the istiodactylid pterosaur Gwawinapterus beardi now resides at the Royal British Columbia Museum in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. The old specimen numbers VIPM 1513a and VIPM 1513b are replaced by the new numbers RBCM.EH2011.003.0001A and RBCM.EH2011.003.0001B, respectively. We would also like to note that although Graham Beard of the Vancouver Island Palaeontological Museum brought the specimen to our attention, credit for discovery of the specimen should go to Parksville, B.C. resident Sharon Hubbard.

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