Notice of a new suborder of Pterosauria

@article{MarshNoticeOA,
  title={Notice of a new suborder of Pterosauria},
  author={Othniel Charles Marsh},
  journal={American Journal of Science},
  volume={s3-11},
  pages={507 - 509}
}
  • O. C. Marsh
  • Published 1 June 1876
  • Geology
  • American Journal of Science
TEE first Pterodactyle rliscovered in this country was found by the writer, in 1870, in the Upper Cretaceous of Kansas; and durillg the next year two other species were obtained in the same region.* These three species were referred provisionally by the writer to the genus Pterodactylu8 of Cuvier, with which the remains then described essentially agreed. An examination of the lal'ge series of specimens of this order now in the Yale Museum, shows, however, that some of these fossils possess… 
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