On the Maxillary Bone of a new Dinosaur (Priodontognathus Phillipsii), contained in the Woodwardian Museum of the University of Cambridge

@article{SeeleyOnTM,
  title={On the Maxillary Bone of a new Dinosaur (Priodontognathus Phillipsii), contained in the Woodwardian Museum of the University of Cambridge},
  author={Harry Govier Seeley},
  journal={Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London},
  volume={31},
  pages={439 - 443}
}
  • H. Seeley
  • Geology
  • Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London
Among the few Reptilian fossils collected by the late Dr. Forbes-Young, and presented to the Woodwardian Museum of the University of Cambridge by Sir Charles Young and Henry Young, Esq., was a not very promising specimen showing tooth-sockets, imbedded in a yellow sandstone, containing a variety of Pecten vagans. It was in association with bones from the Wealden of Tilgate Forest, but may be of Threat Oolite age; though I have collected a similar Pecten from a purple clay low down in the… Expand
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