Skull and atlas-axis complex of the Upper Jurassic sauropod Camarasaurus Cope (Reptilia:Saurischia)
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Published by Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Utah.

Subjects:

  • Camarasaurus -- Utah.,
  • Paleontology -- Jurassic.,
  • Animals, Fossil -- Utah.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 37-39).

Other titlesCamarasaurus Cope
StatementJames H. Madsen, Jr., John S. McIntosh, David S. Berman.
SeriesBulletin of Carnegie Museum of Natural History,, no. 31
ContributionsMcIntosh, John Stanton, 1923-, Berman, David S.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQE862.S3 M33 1995
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 115 p. :
Number of Pages115
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL559726M
LC Control Number96143191
OCLC/WorldCa34296673

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Madsen JH, Jr, McIntosh JS, Berman DS. Skull and atlas-axis complex of the Upper Jurassic sauropod Camarasaurus Cope (Reptilia: Saurischia) Bull Carnegie Mus Nat Hist. ; – Marsh OC. Principal characters of American Jurassic dinosaurs. Pt I Am J Sc. ; – Martin J, Martin-Rolland V, Frey E. Classification: Saurischia - Sauropodomorpha – Sauropoda – Macronaria. Description: Although Camarasaurus is considered a “smaller” sauropod dinosaur, it was still between feet ( meters) long, feet ( meters) tall, and may have weighed up to 20 tons (18, kilograms)! It had a small, square-shaped head and short. Skull and atlas-axis complex of the Upper Jurassic sauropod Camarasaurus Cope (Reptilia: Saurischia) The titanosaurid skull is interpreted as Camarasaurus-like, but with "peg-like" teeth.   Skull and relationships of the Upper Jurassic sauropod Apatosaurus (Reptilia, Saurischia). A nearly complete articulated skeleton of Camarasaurus, a saurischian dinosaur from The Dinosaur National Monument Skull and atlas-axis complex of the Upper Jurassic sauropod Camarasaurus Cope (Reptilia: Saurischia).

Madsen, J.H., J.S. McIntosh, and D.S. Berman. Skull and atlas-axis complex of the Upper Jurassic sauropod Camarasaurus Cope (Reptilia: Saurischia). Bulletin of Carnegie Museum of Natural History 1– Google Scholar. The Teete sauropod teeth are phenetically very similar to the teeth of Camarasaurus from the Upper Jurassic Morrison Formation of USA (Madsen et al. ;McIntosh et al. ), as was noted.   Skull and sauropod (Datousaurus bashanensis gen. et sp. nov.) from Sic huan atlas-axis complex of the Upper Jurassic sauropod Camarasaurus Basin, China, Vertehrata Palasiaticn, 22, 6%75 (in Chinese with Cope (Reptilia: Saurischia), Bull.   Sauropod dinosaur bones are common in Mesozoic terrestrial sediments, but sauropod skulls are exceedingly rare—cranial materials are known for less than one third of sauropod genera and even fewer are known from complete skulls. Here we describe the first complete sauropod skull from the Cretaceous of the Americas, Abydosaurus mcintoshi, n. gen., n. sp., known from ± Ma.