Fun facts from a science nerd:
Many birds and reptiles are tetrachromats, meaning they have four types of cones in there eyes to see colors. Many birds, fish and reptiles can see down into the UV light areas that you humans cannot see. So things like flowers, feathers, and skin on some animals that seem bland to the human eye are really a vibrant display of reflected UV.
So the “flew threw a rainbow and was hit by a unicorn vomiting skittles” color pattern of our pteranodon at level 31+ might be closer to what other pteranodons see anyway.
The optical brighteners used in most laundry detergents really glow as well. This is why military, hunters, and wildlife photographers either use optical brightened free detergents or add dyes to help cancel the low blue fluorescence of those brighteners.
End of fun facts…
Congratulations on the pteranodon!