Description of new dinosaurian reptiles

@article{MarshDescriptionON,
  title={Description of new dinosaurian reptiles},
  author={O. C. Marsh},
  journal={American Journal of Science},
  volume={s3-39},
  pages={81 - 86}
}
RECENT explorations in the West have resulted in the discovery of many remains of Dinosaurs, some of which are of more than ordinary interest. A few are from the Jurassic, but most of them are from the Oretaceous, especially from the upper portion, in the so·called Laramie formation. Those found in the latter horizon show a high degree of specialization, and present some anatomical features not before observed in this group of reptiles. Several of the new forms are briefly described below, and… Expand

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