3 edition of On Dryptosaurus incrassatus (Cope) from the Edmonton series of the North West Territory found in the catalog.
On Dryptosaurus incrassatus (Cope) from the Edmonton series of the North West Territory
Lawrence M. Lambe
|Statement||by Lawrence M. Lambe.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 85077, Contributions to Canadian palæontology / Geological Survey of Canada -- v. 3, pt. 3.|
|Contributions||Geological Survey of Canada.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (35 fr.)|
|Number of Pages||35|
Gorgosaurus (IPAc-en|ˌ|ɡ|ɔːr|ɡ|ə|ˈ|s|ɔːr|ə|s Template:Respell; meaning "dreadful lizard") is a genus of tyrannosaurid theropod dinosaur that lived in western North America during the Late Cretaceous Period, between about and million years ago. Fossil remains have been found in the Canadian province of Alberta and possibly the U.S. state of Montana. . The two skulls were assigned to the preexisting species Laelaps incrassatus by Edward Drinker Cope [ ] in , although the name Laelaps was preoccupied by a genus of mite and had been changed [ ] to Dryptosaurus in by Othniel Charles Marsh. WikiMatrix WikiMatrix.
A quick guide to the diversity of living organisms. = Dryptosaurus macropus (COPE, ) HAY, (nomen dubium) = Ornithomimus velox MARSH, (Was the Type) = Dromiceiomimus brevitertius (PARKS, ) RUSSELL,
Dryptosaurus was m (20 feet) long, m (6 feet) high at the hips, and weighed about tons. Like its relative Eotyrannus, it had relatively long arms with three of these fingers was tipped by a talon-like 8 inch claw.  These claws lend a meaning for the type species aquilunguis: eagle-clawed.. Discovery. In , an incomplete . en However, Lawrence Lambe used the name Dryptosaurus incrassatus instead of Laelaps incrassatus when he described the remains in detail in and , a combination first coined by Oliver Perry Hay in
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Gorgosaurus (/ ˌ ɡ ɔːr ɡ ə ˈ s ɔːr ə s / GOR-gə-SOR-əs; On Dryptosaurus incrassatus book "dreadful lizard") is a genus of tyrannosaurid theropod dinosaur that lived in western North America during the Late Cretaceous Period (), between about and million years ago.
Fossil remains have been found in the Canadian province of Alberta and possibly the U.S. state of Montana. Clade: Dinosauria. On Dryptosaurus incrassatus (Cope) from the Edmonton series of the North West Territory. Ottawa: Govt. Print. Bureau, (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors.
Albertosaurus (/ æ l ˌ b ɜːr t ə ˈ s ɔːr ə s /; meaning "Alberta lizard") is a genus of tyrannosaurid theropod dinosaurs that lived in western North America during the Late Cretaceous Period, about 70 million years type species, A.
sarcophagus, was apparently restricted in range to the modern-day Canadian province of Alberta, after which the genus is : Dinosauria. Buy the Paperback Book Contributions To Canadian Palaeontology : Dryptosaurus Incrassatus (cope) From The Edmonton Seri by Geological Survey Of Canada atCanada's largest bookstore.
Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. Albertosaurus (; meaning "Alberta lizard") is a Gorgosaurus libratus as a second species. As a tyrannosaurid, Albertosaurus was a bipedal predator with tiny, two-fingered hands and a massive head that had dozens of large, sharp teeth.
It may have been at the top of the food chain in its local gh relatively large for a theropod, Albertosaurus was much smaller than. This page was last edited on 25 Decemberat Files are available under licenses specified on their description page.
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The genus Dryptosaurus Marsh was therefore founded upon the type of Dryptosaurus aquilunguis (Cope) from the Cretaceous Greensand of New Jersey. InCope described the species Lælaps incrassatus from the Judith River Beds of Montana, and in the same communication the species Aublysodon lateralis, Lælaps explanatus, Lælaps falculus.
Author of On Trionyx foveatus, Leidy, and Trionyx vagans, Cope, from the Cretaceous rocks of Alberta, The Hadrosaur Edmontosaurus from the Upper Cretaceous of Alberta, On Dryptosaurus incrassatus (Cope) from the Edmonton series of the North West Territory, The vertebrata of the Oligocene of the Cypress Hills, Saskatchewan, Palæoniscid fishes from the Albert shales of.
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Megalosaurus (meaning "Great Lizard", from Greek μέγας, megas, meaning 'big', 'tall' or 'great' and σαῦρος, sauros, meaning 'lizard') is an extinct genus of large meat-eating theropod dinosaurs of the Middle Jurassic period (Bathonian stage, million years ago) of Southern gh fossils from other areas have been assigned to the genus, the only certain Family: †Megalosauridae.
Vol. 1, pt. Report on Invertebrata of the Laramie and Cretaceous rocks in the North-west Territory, by J.F. Whiteaves. Fossils from the Hamilton formation of Ontario; Fossils of the Triassic rocks of British Columbia; Cretaceous fossils from British Columbia, the North west Territory and Manitoba, by J.F.
Whiteaves. Then Lawrence Lambe used the name Dryptosaurus instead of Laelaps when describing the bones in and (called them Dryptosaurus incrassatus) Then Henry Fairfield Osborn said that Dryptosaurus was based on generic tyrannosaurid teeth, so the Albertosaurus bones could not be for sure referred to Dryptosaurus.
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Geological Survey of Canada: Guide book. (Ottawa: Government Print. Bureau, ) On Dryptosaurus incrassatus (Cope) from the Edmonton series of the North West Territory Geological Survey of Canada: The Yukon-Alaska international boundary.Skeletal mount of Tyrannosaurus rex, copyright Scott Robert Anselmo.
Belongs within: Coelurosauria. The Tyrannosauroidea are a clad.Behold! thanks to wikipedia this full list is available for you to research into.
Within this list includes not only the dinosaur name but also the original founder, and date of its first discovery. Muttaburrasaurus langdoni Bartholomai et Molnar, Tyrannosaurus turpanensis Zhai, Zheng, et Tong, Xenotarsosaurus bonapartei Martinez.