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Cretaceous reptiles of the United States

Author: Joseph Leidy
Publisher: Washington City : Smithsonian Institution, 1865.
Series: Smithsonian contributions to knowledge, v. 14, art. 6.; Publication (Smithsonian Institution), 184.; Publication (Smithsonian Institution), 192.
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Leidy, Joseph, 1823-1891.
Cretaceous reptiles of the United States.
Washington City : Smithsonian Institution, 1865
(OCoLC)670084095
Material Type: Government publication, National government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Leidy
OCLC Number: 3612665
Notes: "Accepted for publication December, 1864."
Originally issued in 1865 as Smithsonian Institution publication 192; later reprinted in 1865 as article 6 of volume 14 of the Smithsonian contributions to knowledge (simultaneously Smithsonian Institution publication 184).
"May 1865"--Cover.
Description: v, 135 pages, 20 leaves of plates (some folded) : illustrations ; 32 cm.
Contents: Sauria --
Thoracosaurus neocesariensis --
Bottosaurus harlani --
Undertermined species of crocodiles --
Hyposaurus rogersii --
Discosaurus vetustus --
Cimoliasaurus magnus --
Piratosaurus plicatus --
Mosasaurus --
Macrosaurus laevis --
Polygonodon vetus --
Hadrosaurus foulkii --
Undetermined reptiles allied to Hadrosaurus --
Astrodon johnstoni --
Tomodon horrificus --
Pliogonodon priscus --
Chelonia --
Chelone sopita --
Chelone ornata --
Emys firmus --
Emys beatus --
Emys pravus --
Bothremys cookii --
Trionyx priscus --
A synopsis, in which an attempt is made to define more closely the genera and species whose remains are described in the preceding pages.
Series Title: Smithsonian contributions to knowledge, v. 14, art. 6.; Publication (Smithsonian Institution), 184.; Publication (Smithsonian Institution), 192.
Other Titles: Memoir on the extinct reptiles of the Cretaceous formations of the United States
Responsibility: by Joseph Leidy.

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