Contribution to the Anatomy of Hypsilophodon Foxii. An Account of some recently aquired Remains

@article{HulkeContributionTT,
  title={Contribution to the Anatomy of Hypsilophodon Foxii. An Account of some recently aquired Remains},
  author={John Whitaker Hulke},
  journal={Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London},
  volume={29},
  pages={522 - 532}
}
  • J. Hulke
  • Published 1 November 1873
  • History
  • Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London
In 1849 a block of sandstone containing a considerable portion of a reptilian skeleton was found by some labourers on the south-west shore of the Isle of Wight, near Cowleaze Chine. It was broken in two; and one piece passed into the collection of the late Dr. G. Mantell, the other into that of Mr. Bowerbank. Subsequently both pieces were acquired by the British Museum and reunited. Thus completed, the slab exhibits a continuous chain of some 18 presacral vertebræ, succeeded by the right ilium… 
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