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Synopsis of the extinct Batrachia, Reptilia and Aves of North America

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McCalla & Stavely , Philadelphia
Fossil Vertebrates, Fossil Reptiles, Fossil Birds, Fossil Amphi
Other titlesSynopsis of the extinct Batrachia and Reptilia of North America, Part I., Extinct Batrachia, Reptilia and Aves of North America.
Statementby Edward D. Cope
SeriesTransactions of the American Philosophical Society -- v. 14, pt. 1, Transactions of the American Philosophical Society -- v. 14, pt. 1.
The Physical Object
Pagination104 p., [11] leaves of plates (some folded) :
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Open LibraryOL25312311M
OCLC/WorldCa20860828

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The ribs of the anterior cervico-dorsal region are inserted directly in the vertically oval pits of the centrum. Synopsis of the Extinct Batrachia, Reptilia and Aves of North America by Edward Cope, published in Volume 14 of the Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, is arguably the most famous item either paleontologist published, not due to its academic qualities but because it exemplifies and magnifies how the competition between the two Author: Gilbert Borrego.

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S., Phila,Cretaceous Rept. 25, tab. This species has hitherto been known from vertebræ only. In connection with vertebræ of this species, I procured a long bone which has a near resemblance to the femur of Plesiosaurus, It indicates a paddle for motion in the water, as has already been mentioned.

The distal breadth is equal to 1⅗ the length. the extinct batrachia, reptilia has not attained such huge dimensions as some of the latter. These fragments do not throw much light on the structure of the pelvic arch.

About this Book Catalog Record Details. Synopsis of the extinct batrachia, reptilia and aves of North Cope, E. (Edward Drinker), View full. AND AVFS OF NORTH AMEItle.k. PROTEIDA, Caudal vertebrte and frontal bones distinct. Inferior pelvic e1ententi4 not confluent.

prefrontalia and nasally wanting; palatina and pterygoidea esent. Ethmoid a vertical plate on each side the cerebral lobes. Mandible toothed, teeth pleurodont. Ceratohyals, first pair connate. Synopsis of the extinct batrachia, reptilia and aves of North America / By E.

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(Edward Drinker) Cope. Synopsis of the extinct batrachia, reptilia and aves of North America. By E. (Edward Drinker) Cope Topics: Amphibians, Fossil, North America, Paleontology, Reptiles, FossilAuthor: E. (Edward Drinker) Cope. Cope, E. (Edward Drinker), Synopsis of the extinct batrachia, reptilia and aves of North America / (Philadelphia: McCalla & Stavely, printers, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Cope, E.

(Edward Drinker), Synopsis of the fishes of the Peruvian Amazon, obtained by Professor Orton during his expeditions of Synopsis of the Extinct Batrachia, Reptilia and Aves of North America by Edward Cope, published in Volume 14 of the Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, is arguably the most famous item either paleontologist published, not due to its academic qualities but because it exemplifies and magnifies how the competition between the two men and the rush to publish led to major errors by.

Synopsis of the Extinct Batrachia, Reptilia and Aves of North America by Edward Cope, published in Volume 14 of the Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, is arguably the most famous item either paleontologist published, not due to its academic qualities but because it exemplifies and magnifies how the competition between the two men and the rush to publish led to.

Synopsis of the Extinct Batrachia, Reptilia and Aves of North America. Part I. Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, New Series Parent taxon: Hadrosauroidea according to P.

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Edward Drinker Cope’s most popular book is The Extinct Dogs of North America. Diplotomodon (meaning "double cutting tooth") is a dubious genus of reptile, possibly a theropod dinosaur, from New Jersey.

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Diplotomodon is only known from a single tooth, holotype ANSPfound near Mullica Hill in either the Navesink or Hornerstown Formation, marine deposits dating to the Maastrichtian stage of the late Cretaceous : Reptilia.

Hadrosaurids were the first dinosaur family to be identified in North America - the first traces being found in with the discovery of fossil teeth. Joseph Leidy examined the teeth, and erected the genera Trachodon and Thespesius (others included Troodon, Deinodon, and Palaeoscincus).One species was named Trachodon tely, Trachodon included all sorts of cerapod Clade: Dinosauria.

Rhabdopelix (meaning "rod pelvis") is a genus of possible kuehneosaurid reptile, from the Late Triassic-age Lockatong Formation of Pennsylvania, on partial, possibly chimeric remains, it was described by American naturalist and paleontologist Edward Drinker Cope as an early pterosaur.

It held this status until the s, when Ned Colbert reevaluated it for his description of : Sauropsida. Alternative combinations: Pygopterus scutellatus, Sauropleura scutellata Synonym: Colosteus crassiscutatus Cope (taxon ) Full reference: E. D. Cope. Synopsis of the Extinct Batrachia, Reptilia and Aves of North America.

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Part I. Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, New Series Belongs to Colosteus according to J. A. Clack and A. R. Milner The link (once I found it; for some reason, I had to go through Google to get to it) claims it was Cope (which would be "Synopsis of the extinct Batrachia, Reptilia and Aves of North America".

Transactions of the American Philosophical Society ), which is notbut still predates it.Water reptiles of the past and present (c) Author: Williston, Samuel Wendell, - pages. Synopsis of the extinct batrachia, reptilia and aves of North America () Author: Cope, E.

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