Classification of the Dinosauria

  title={Classification of the Dinosauria},
  author={Othniel Charles Marsh},
  journal={American Journal of Science},
  pages={81 - 86}
  • O. C. Marsh
  • Published 1 January 1882
  • Environmental Science
  • American Journal of Science

Enigmatic teeth of small theropod dinosaurs from the Upper Cretaceous (Cenomanian–Turonian) of Uzbekistan

Upper Cretaceous (Cenomanian–Turonian) formations in the Kyzylkum Desert of Uzbekistan, especially the Bissekty Formation at Dzharakuduk, have yielded a great diversity of continental vertebrates,

The Archosauria from the Woodbine Formation (Cenomanian) in Texas

The archosaur fauna from the Woodbine Formation (Cenomanian), Tarrant County, Texas includes crocodiles, theropod, nodosaurid, and hadrosaurid dinosaurs. A new neosuchian crocodile, Woodbinesuchus

Evidence of predation on the vertebra of a hadrosaurid dinosaur from the Upper Cretaceous (Campanian) of Coahuila, Mexico

In sediments of the Aguja Formation (Late Cretaceous: Campanian) at La Salada in northern part of the state of Coahuila, Mexico, numerous fossils of vertebrates have been discovered including

Skeletal remains of a small theropod dinosaur with associated soft structures from the Lower Cretaceous Santana Formation of northeastern Brazil

Associated well-preserved, uncrushed skeletal remains, comprising the pelvic girdle, partial sacrum, both femora, and parts of the right tibia and fibula, from the Romualdo Member of the Lower

Ornithopod and Sauropod Dinosaur Remains from the Maastrichtian Al-Khod Conglomerate, Sultanate of Oman

Fieldwork in the Upper Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) Al-Khod Conglomerates in the Sultanate of Oman led to the discovery of a large bone fragment tentatively identified as a partial distal left humerus

A Juvenile Chasmosaurine Ceratopsid (Dinosauria, Ornithischia) from the Dinosaur Park Formation, Alberta, Canada

ABSTRACT An articulated, 1.5 m long skeleton of a juvenile Chasmosaurus, lacking only the front limbs, pectoral girdles, and terminal caudal vertebrae, was collected from the Dinosaur Park

The early evolution of the Tyrannosauridae in Asia

  • M. Manabe
  • Geography, Environmental Science
    Journal of Paleontology
  • 1999
An isolated premaxillary tooth of a tyrannosaurid from the Lower Cretaceous section of the Tetori Group, Central Honshu, Japan, complements Siamotyrannus, which is based upon an incomplete


The Williams Fork Formation preserves a diverse dinosaur fauna containing at least nine saurischian and five ornithischian species. Among the dinosaur specimens recovered is a partial ceratopsian