David Martill

David Martill is a leading expert on Mesozoic vertebrate palaeontology and the preservation of exceptional fossils. He first became interested in pterosaurs when he met Dave Unwin in the 1980s and the two of them worked on the exceptional preservation of the pterosaur flight membrane. After completing his Ph.D. on the preservation and palaeoecology of Jurassic marine reptiles at the University of Leicester David undertook postdoctoral research as a Harkness Fellow at the Field Museum of Natural...See more