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J. Leidy 1856

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J. Leidy. 1856. Notices of remains of extinct reptiles and fishes, discovered by Dr. F. V. Hayden in the bad lands of the Judith River, Nebraska Territory. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 8:72-73 [M. Carrano/M. Carrano/M. Carrano]
Metadata
ID number:  13002
Created:  2005-03-30 06:43:07
Modified:  2005-03-31 00:43:07
Project name:  ETE
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated without evidence
Comments: Volume date 1857; this paper from March 1856
Taxonomic opinions (12) - view classification
'Crocodilus humilis belongs to Crocodilus' according to J. Leidy 1856
'Deinodon horridus belongs to Deinodon' according to J. Leidy 1856
'Deinodon belongs to Sauria' according to J. Leidy 1856
'Lepidotus haydeni belongs to Lepidotus' according to J. Leidy 1856
'Lepidotus occidentalis belongs to Lepidotus' according to J. Leidy 1856
'Palaeoscincus costatus belongs to Palaeoscincus' according to J. Leidy 1856
'Palaeoscincus belongs to Lacertilia' according to J. Leidy 1856
'Trachodon mirabilis belongs to Trachodon' according to J. Leidy 1856
'Trachodon belongs to Lacertilia' according to J. Leidy 1856
'Trionyx foveatus belongs to Trionyx' according to J. Leidy 1856
'Troodon formosus belongs to Troodon' according to J. Leidy 1856
'Troodon belongs to Lacertilia' according to J. Leidy 1856
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