On the Dinosauria of the Cambridge Greensand

@article{SeeleyOnTD,
  title={On the Dinosauria of the Cambridge Greensand},
  author={Harry Govier Seeley},
  journal={Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London},
  volume={35},
  pages={591 - 636}
}
  • H. Seeley
  • Published 1 February 1879
  • Environmental Science
  • Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London
Introductory Note. The remains of Dinosaurs were for many years very rarely met with in the Cambridge Upper Greensand; and several important parts of the skeleton have never yet been found. But a considerable collection of more than 500 bones is now preserved in the Woodwardian Museum alone; and since the greater number of these fossils have been discovered in larger or smaller sets of naturally associated remains, each of which is obviously a portion of the skeleton of a single individual… 

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Outline of the distal end of the shaft of the same bone, showing (a) the intereondylar groove on the inferior surface
    Lateral view of proximal end of a dorsal rib, showing the compressed vertical condition of the bone and its flattened superior surface. These characters are also shown in fig
      Distal portion of the same bone with only a minute trace of the distal articular surface. It shows the widening outline of the distal end, but not the radial crest
        External aspect of proximal end of left femur, showing (a) the curved proximal articular surface, and (b) the proximal styloid anterior troehanter
          Probably the metn~arpal bone of the fifth di~t, superior aspect
            External or fibular-posterior aspect of two portions of the shaft of the left tibia, showing (a) the groove behind the cnemial Crest in which the fibula was carried
              Transverse section of another dorsal rib, showing the expanded upper surface widened as though to carry dermal armour