Longisquama

Longisquama is an extinct genus of lizard-like reptile. There is only one species, Longisquama insignis, known from a poorly preserved skeleton and several incomplete fossil impressions from the Middle to Late Triassic Madygen Formation in Kyrgyzstan. It is known from a type fossil specimen; slab and counterslab (PIN 2548/4 and PIN 2584/5), and fi...
Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Longisquama

Longisquama

Longisquama was a small, early archosaur (not a dinosaur) that lived during the early Triassic period , about 245 million years ago. This unusual reptile was about 6 inches long, had a long tail, a pointed snout, and long feather-like scales coming out of its back (possibly arranged in pairs). These scales may have been used for gliding from trees....
Found on http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/dinosaurs/glossary/
No exact match found