Visualizing pterosaur skulls can be difficult, especially from drawings and photographs. It is much easier to see the representation in solid form. This model is a work in progress, to model the skull of the Rhamphorhynchoid pterosaur, Cacibupteryx carabensis from the Jagua Formation of western Cuba.
The original skull was well-preserved, but incomplete, missing the anterior maxilla. As a result, the tooth structure at the tip of the jaw is not known. The model is a best guess in that respect.
The overall shape is very solid for a pterosaur and it is characteristically similar to many of the more primitive species. The lower jaw is not known as only the skull and part of the wing have been found.