|Named By:||David W. E. Hone, Helmut Tischlinger, Eberhard Frey and Martin Roper in 2012|
|Time Period:||Late Jurassic, 151 Ma|
|Location:||Germany, Brunn Quarry|
|Size:||Wingspan just under 30 centimetres across, though certainly larger when adult|
|Fossil(s):||Articulated and complete skeleton from a probably juvenile individual|
|Classification:||| Chordata | Reptilia | Pterosauria | Rhamphorhynchidae | Rhamphorhynchinae ||
Bellubrunnus (meaning "the beautiful one of Brunn" in Latin) is an extinct genus of rhamphorhynchid pterosaur from the Late Jurassic (Kimmeridgian stage) of southern Germany. It contains a single species, Bellubrunnus rothgaengeri. Bellubrunnus is distinguished from other rhamphorhynchids by its lack of long projections on the vertebrae of the tail, fewer teeth in the jaws, and wingtips that curve forward rather than sweep backward as in other pterosaurs.