On the Remains and Affinities of five Genera of Mesozoic Reptiles

@article{LydekkerOnTR,
  title={On the Remains and Affinities of five Genera of Mesozoic Reptiles},
  author={Richard Lydekker},
  journal={Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London},
  volume={45},
  pages={41 - 59}
}
  • R. Lydekker
  • Published 1 February 1889
  • Biology
  • Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London
Introductory. The following communication treats of certain remains referred to four species of English Mesozoic Reptiles, some of which were first described or named by Professor H. G. Seeley, and also includes a discussion as to the affinities of a fifth form. The substance of that portion of the paper relating to Peloneustes philarchus was previously brought under the notice of the Society at the Meeting held on May 23rd as a separate communication, entitled “On the Skeleton of a… 

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