3 edition of On certain portions of the skeleton of Protostega gigas found in the catalog.
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|Statement||[by] O. P. Hay.|
|Series||Zoölogical series -- v. 1, no. 2., Field Columbian Museum. Publication 7, Fieldiana -- v. 1, no. 2, Publication (Chicago Natural History Museum) -- 7|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .F4 v. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||62|
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No. 2. On Certain Portions of the Skeleton of Protostega gigas. By O.P. Hay. 8 pages, 2 illus. No. 3. On Sundry Collections of Mammals Received by the Field Columbian Museum from Different Localities, with Descriptions of Supposed New Species and Sub-Species. By D. G. Elliot. 18 pages, 10 illus. Nos. 4 and 5. Tanystropheus longobardicus is one of the most remarkable and iconic Triassic reptiles. Mainly known from the Middle Triassic conservation Lagerstätte.
Otis E. Kline, Jr., director of the Glendive Dinosaur and Fossil Museum, leads a tour of the $ million, 20, square foot facility. The museum is the largest dinosaur museum in the country. The turtle was the boatman of the Cretaceous seas. The Protostega gigas (Cope), figured herein from a drawing by Prof. E. C. Case, of Wisconsin, was the largest, its flippers having a spread of fifteen feet. Wieland has recently described an immense species, Protostega ischyros, from Wyoming.
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Hay. By Oliver Perry Hay Topics: ProstostegaCited by: 1. The whole structure is here extremely simi- lar to that seen in Chelonia and Thalassochelys. Nov. 2 1, SKELETON OF Protostega gigas HAY. 59 Had the breadth of the body of Protostega possessed the same ratio to the length that we find existing in Thalassochelys, the lower side of the animal would have been about metres wide.
Protostegidae is a family of extinct marine turtles that lived during the Cretaceous period. The family includes some of the largest sea turtles that ever existed.
The largest, Archelon, had a head one metre (39 in) most sea turtles, they had flattened bodies and flippers for front appendages; protostegids had minimal shells like leatherback turtles of modern times. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): ersitylibrary (external link).
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„On certain portions of the skeleton of Protostega gigas”. Field Columbian Museum, Publications, Zoological Series 1, 57– o. „Protostega gigas and other Cretaceous reptiles and fishes from the Kansas chalk”. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Scie – o. On certain genera and species of North American Cretaceous actinopterous fishes.
Bulletin of the AMNH ; v. 19, article 1: On certain portions of the skeleton of Protostega gigas: On pleistociene man at Trenton, New Jersey: On remains of mastodons found in. 已發現Protostega gigas的兩個品種都有來自大型鯊魚的牙齒痕。 另外，至少在一具原蓋龜Protostega骨骼中發現已滅絕的白堊刺甲鯊Cretoxyrhina mantelli的牙齒嵌在其骨頭上。 進化史.
Protostega gigas Cope was the largest marine turtle in the Western Interior Sea during the deposition of the Smoky Hill first fragmentary specimen (YPM ) was actually discovered a few miles east of Fort Wallace by O.C. Marsh and the Yale Scientific Expedition, but was never described.
regnum = Animal ia phylum = Chordata classis = Sauropsida ordo = Testudines subordo = Cryptodira familia = † Protostegidae genus = "†Protostega" genus_authority = Cope, "Protostega gigas" ('first roof' - 'giant') is an extinct species of marine was first collected from the Smoky Hill Chalk of western Kansas inand named by E.D.
Cope (). Protostega ('first roof') is an extinct genus of sea turtle containing a single species, Protostega fossil remains have been found in the Smoky Hill Chalk formation of western Kansas (Hesperornis zone, dated to million years ago) and time-equivalent beds of the Mooreville Chalk Formation of Alabama.
Fossil specimens of this species were first collected inand named by. On certain portions of the skeleton of Protostega gigas. LC Classification: QEC5 H4 LC Control Number: Type of Material: Book (Print, Microform, Electronic, etc.) Personal Name: Hay, Oliver Perry, Main Title: On certain portions of the skeleton of Protostega gigas.
By O. Hay. Published/Created: Chicago, When dear old Dame Nature, in whose services I have suffered so much, collecting her hidden treasures, “more rare than gold or silver,” was so kind (after 30 years’ labor among her cemeteries), as to allow me to stumble upon a perfect skeleton of Protostega gigas, in a low wash in a branch of Plum Creek, Grove [sic] Co., Kansas, last.
Chondrichthyes Genus: Nova (1) Hypotodus JAEKEL, Species: Nova (4) Galeocerdo jaekeli WOODWARD, Hybodus clarkensis CRAGIN, Hybodus hauffianus FRAAS, Pleuracanthus sessilis FRITISH, Claypole, E. W.,The Cladodonts of the Upper Devonian of Ohio: Report of the Sixty-fifth Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, held.
Squalicorax tooth marks found on the humeri of several species of turtles, including the giant Protostega gigas Cope () and Desmatochelys lowii Williston, () were documented by Schwimmer. During the Cretaceous, however, the geographic distribution of cheloniid and dermochelyid genera seems to have been very limited, whereas some protostegids, such as Desmatochelys and Protostega gigas, might be cosmopolitan.
The various cheloniids were quite abundant from the Coniacian to Maastrichtian of North America. Protostega dixie from Selma Formation (Mooreville Chalk), of Alabama is considered a distinct species by Zangerl, a but a synonym of Protostega gigas by Hooks Protostega potens Hay is based on a partial and weathered skeleton (AMNH ), also from the Niobora formation.
Zangerl, a considers it a distinctive species but Hooks On certain portions of the skeleton of Protostega gigas Cope.
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