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A nearly complete turtle skeleton from the Upper Cretaceous of Montana
E. C. Case
|Statement||by E. C. Case.|
|Series||Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology. University of Michigan,, v. VI, no. 1. December 1, 1939|
|LC Classifications||QE701 .M5 vol. 6, no. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||19|
|LC Control Number||39028918|
In the million-year evolutionary history of turtles, scientists have seen nothing like the pig nose of a new species of extinct turtle discovered in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. Matzke, A.T. An almost complete juvenile specimen of the cheloniid turtle Ctenochelys stenoporus (Hay, ) from the Upper Cretaceous Niobrara Formation of Kansas, USA. Palaeontology 50(3) Matzke, A.T. A juvenile Toxochelys latiremis (Testudines, Cheloniidae) from the Upper Cretaceous Niobrara Formation of Kansas, USA.
A nearly complete turtle shell from the Late Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) Hell Creek Formation of Slope County, North Dakota, represents the most complete remains to date of a Mesozoic kinosternoid turtle and a new species, Hoplochelys clark nov. sp. Gilmoremys is an extinct genus of softshell turtle which lived during the late Cretaceous (Maastrichtian stage) of North Dakota, Montana and Wyoming, United States. Gilmoremys - WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia - WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia.
Emarginachelys cretacea is a turtle belonging to the group Cryptodira, known from well preserved fossils from the Maastrichtian stage of the Late Cretaceous of Montana. Its exact phylogenetic position within Cryptodira is uncertain; different authors considered it to be either the earliest described. Specimen now on display in new exhibit [J ; Kennett Square, PA] – At the request of scientists at the New Jersey State Museum, veterinarians at Penn Vet’s New Bolton Center used a new robotics-controlled imaging system to scan an exceedingly rare turtle fossil, estimated at about 65 million years old.
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A Nearly Complete Cretaceous Turtle sification near the axial and inguinal buttresses, and the course of the fibers can be followed. Between the radiating fibers from the two centers there is a space in which the fibers are longitudinal, front and back, and distinguishable from the others.
There is. A nearly complete turtle skeleton from the Upper Cretaceous of Montana [E. Case] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : E. Case. Background Helopanoplia distincta is an extinct soft-shelled turtle (Pan-Trionychidae) for which the type specimen is a fragmentary costal and the inguinal notch portion of the left hypoplastron.
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Case. ABSTRACTWe describe a new species of nanhsiungchelyid turtle, Basilemys morrinensis, based on a nearly complete shell from the Horsethief Member (lower Maastrichtian) of the Horseshoe Canyon Formation of Alberta. The species is intermediate in age between the Campanian forms B.
variolosa and B. gaffneyi and the upper Maastrichtian forms B. sinuosa and B. by: 1. ABSTRACTNewly discovered baenid turtle specimens from the middle Campanian Kaiparowits Formation of southern Utah are described herein as a new taxon, Arvinachelys goldeni, gen.
et sp. nov. The holotype consists of a nearly complete articulated skeleton and shell. The skull was scanned using micro-computed tomography (μCT) to gain a better understanding of its internal by: 7. A nearly complete skeleton of a new hadrosaurid, Kamuysaurus japonicus gen.
et sp. nov., was discovered from the outer shelf deposits of the Upper Cretaceous Hakobuchi Formation of Author: Yoshitsugu Kobayashi, Tomohiro Nishimura, Ryuji Takasaki, Kentaro Chiba, Anthony R.
Fiorillo, Kohei. A nearly complete turtle skeleton from the upper cretaceous of Montana. In: Contributions from the museum of paleontology. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan. Vol. 6: Cited by: 3. Similarly, Urban and Lamanna () described a nearly complete isolated right lacrimal bone (CM ) (Fig.
17), which they suggested came from the Judith River Formation of Montana. We are offering 2 pamphlets on paleontology titled, A NEARLY COMPLETE TURTLE SKELETON FROM THE UPPER CRETACEOUS OF MONTANA By E.
Case; University of Michigan Press. Ann Arbor, MI Seller Rating: % positive. A new basal turtle, from the Lower Cretaceous of Europe, is defined.
• Aragochersis lignitesta gen. et sp. nov. is an helochelydrid. • It is represented by the two most complete skeletons of this lineage in Europe. • New anatomical information about this relatively poorly known lineage is by: 1.
Montana’s first county museum, its paleontological finds include a mounted skeleton of Anatotitan copei (one of only a few nearly complete skeletons of this species found), as well as a complete skull of Triceratops horridus (three horns), skull casts of Pachycepalosaurus wyomingensisi (dome head) and a Nannotyrannys lancesis (tiny Tyrannosaur)—all collected from the nearby Hell Creek.
Gilmoremys is known from five skulls, a mandible and an incomplete postcranial skeleton. The holotype of G. lancensis, USNMconsists of a nearly complete carapace and an isolated hyoplastral fragment, was first assigned to the species Aspideretes lancensis.
Many additional specimens were later discovered including cranial remains, and the material was assigned to its own genus, : Reptilia.
Case, E. (Ermine Cowles), Case, Ermine Cowles, Case, Ermine Cowles, Case, E.C. Case, E. (Ermine Cowles), Tyrannosaurus was a large predatory dinosaur from the Upper Cretaceous, 68 to 66 million years ago. Tyrannosaurus was a bipedal carnivore with a massive skull balanced by a long, heavy tail. Compared to the large and powerful hind limbs, its forelimbs were small, Class: Sauropsida.
A nearly complete skeleton of a new troodontid dinosaur from the Early Cretaceous of the Ordos Basin, Inner Mongolia, People's Republic of China.
A new theropod dinosaur from the Upper Cretaceous of central Montana. Journal of Paleontology, 73 – Cited by: A new genus and species of Nanhsiungchelyidae (Testudines: Cryptodira), Yuchelys nanyangensis n.
sp., are described on the basis of a partial skeleton from the Late Cretaceous Gaogou Formation of Neixiang, Nanyang Basin, Henan Province. It is the first nanhsiungchelyid record in the east-central part of China and fills the geographical gap between the western (Uzbekistan, Mongolia Cited by: 3.
The meter long, 7-tonne, bone-crunching Tyrannosaurus rex is a fossil icon 1,2, dinosaur reigned at the top of the food chain in North America at the end of the Cretaceous (~66–67 Cited by: Gryposaurus was a hadrosaurid of typical size and shape; one of the best specimens of this genus, the nearly complete type specimen of Kritosaurus incurvimanus (now regarded as a synonym of Gryposaurus notabilis) came from an animal about meters (27 feet) long.
This specimen also has the best example of skin impressions for Gryposaurus, showing this dinosaur to have had several different Clade: Dinosauria.Sturgeon Fossil – A nearly complete articulated sturgeon skeleton approximately mm or 31 inches in total length, from the Upper Cretaceous Lower Judith River Formation, northeastern Montana.
It is the most complete and best-preserved fossil sturgeon yet known. It is approximately 70 million years old.