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I. On the classification of the fossil animals commonly named Dinosauria
  • H. Seeley
  • Environmental Science
    Proceedings of the Royal Society of London
Three classifications of the Dinosauria have been proposed, which differ from each other in the principles on which their authors proposed to make the divisions. First in time is Professor Cope’s
On the Dinosauria
Note on some of the Generic Modifications of the Plesiosaurian Pectoral Arch
  • H. Seeley
  • Geography
    Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of…
  • 1 February 1874
If not having a sternum the Plesiosauria differ from the Crocodilia and from all the Lacertian orders of Reptiles. Serpents with limbs being as yet undiscovered, the only true Reptilia which admit of
On Murænosaurus Leedsii, a Plesiosaurian from the Oxford Clay. Part I
  • H. Seeley
  • History
    Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of…
  • 1 February 1874
While on a visit to Charles E. Leeds, Esq., M.A., of Exeter College, Oxford, a gentleman whose specimens have more than once enriched the writings of Professor Phillips, I was shown a Saurian in such
Researches on the Structure, Organization, and Classification of the Fossil Reptilia. Part IX., Section 4. On the Gomphodontia
The Gomphodontia comprises animals with a Theriodont type of dentition, in which the molar teeth are expanded transversely, and have more or less tuberculate crowns, of the type shown in Diademodon .
Researches on the Structure, Organisation, and Classification of the Fossil Reptilia. Part IX., Section 1. On the Therosuchia
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The extinct order of fossil Reptilia named Theriodontia by Sir R. Owen in 1876, already been extended so as to comprise animals which are not included by the inal definition, but the fact that the character is not sufficient to define an order of mammals, has led me to doubt whether it is sufficient to defined the animal group.
On the Pectoral Arch and Fore Limb of Ophthalmosaurus, a new Ichthyosaurian Genus from the Oxford Clay
  • H. Seeley
  • Environmental Science, Geography
    Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of…
  • 1 February 1874
Sixty years ago Sir Everard Home figured the skull, ribs, vertebræ, and scapula of a fossil animal which he regarded as more nearly allied to Fishes than to any other class. Two years later, helped
The Reptile Fauna of the Gosau Formation preserved in the Geological Museum of the University of Vienna
  • H. Seeley
  • Geology
    Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of…
  • 1 February 1881
The Gosau formation, nearly corresponding in age to the Upper Greensand of this country, is represented at Neue Welt, near Wiener Noustadt, by freshwater deposits full of such freshwater shells as
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