On Aristosuchus pusillus (Owen), being Further Notes on the Fossils described by Sir R. Owen as Poikilopleuron pusillus, Owen

@article{SeeleyOnAP,
  title={On Aristosuchus pusillus (Owen), being Further Notes on the Fossils described by Sir R. Owen as Poikilopleuron pusillus, Owen},
  author={Harry Govier Seeley},
  journal={Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London},
  volume={43},
  pages={221 - 228}
}
  • H. Seeley
  • Published 1 February 1887
  • Biology
  • Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London
The Palæontographical Society in 1876 published a memoir upon a Wealden fossil, which Sir Richard Owen described as Poikilopleuron pusillus. These bones were then in the collection of the Rev. W. Darwin Fox, and, with the exception of the figured dorsal and caudal vertebræ, subsequently passed into the British Museum, with the Fox Collection. By the kindness of Dr. Henry Woodward, F.R.S., Keeper of the Geological Department, I have been able to examine these remains, and I would express my… 

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