The Ornithosauria

Author : Harry Govier Seeley
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INTRODUCTION TO THE OSTEOLOGY OF THE ORNITHOSAURIA FROM THE CAMBRIDGE UPPER GREENSAND . MATERIALS The Cambridge Upper Greensand has yielded to collectors bones which illustrate nearly every part of the skeleton of the animals that are ...

The Ornithosauria

Author : Harry Govier Seeley
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Nature

Author : Sir Norman Lockyer
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In the second work , that on the Ornithosauria , the known laws , only carry the problem of the source of solar author enumerates the materials at his disposal , namely , energy one stage further back without advancing a single 500 ...

Dragons of the Air

Author : H. G. Seeley
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We have to determine whether the Ornithosauria incline towards the Sauropsidan or Bird-Reptile alliance, or to the Mammal-Reptile or Theropsidan alliance. There can be no doubt that the predominant tendency is to the former, ...

Annals Magazine of Natural History

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Part 9 , in conclusion , briefly oxamines the relations of the Saurischian types with each other , and indicates ways in which they approximate towards the Ornithosauria . It is urged that the Ornithosauria are as closely related to the ...

The Annals and Magazine of Natural History

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Enough , however , is known to show that while the pelvic characters appear to approximate the Ornithischia to embryonic birds , the Saurischia approximate to types like Sauropterygia , Anomodontia , and " Ornithosauria .

The Geology of the Neighbourhood of Cambridge

Author : William Henry Penning
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Index to the Fossil Remains of Aves , Ornithosauria , and Reptilia from the Secondary System of Strata , arranged in the Woodwardian Museum of the University of Cambridge . With a Prefatory Note by the Rev. Prof. A. SEDGWICK . 8vo .

Dragons of the Air An Account of Extinct Flying Reptiles

Author : H. G. Seeley
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We have to determine whether the Ornithosauria incline towards the Sauropsidan or Bird-Reptile alliance, or to the Mammal-Reptile or Theropsidan alliance. There can be no doubt that the predominant tendency is to the former, ...

Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society

Author : Linnean Society of London
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It seems to me , therefore , an inevitable conclusion that the Ornithosauria are members of the same great class as birds , and are separated from carinate and other birds only by such characters as divide mammalian or reptilian orders ...

The Journal of the Linnean Society

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It seems to me , therefore , an inevitable conclusion that the Ornithosauria are members of the same great class as birds , and are separated from carinate and other birds only by such characters as divide mammalian or reptilian orders ...

The American Naturalist

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In all the orders there is loss of parts , excepting only in the Ornithosauria and the Lacertilia . In the former the adaptation is to flying . The latter retain nearly the Theromorph type . An especial side development is the ...

The Journal of the Linnean Society of London

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It seems to me , therefore , an inevitable conclusion that the Ornithosauria are members of the same great class as birds , and are separated from carinate and other birds only by such characters as divide mammalian or reptilian orders ...