Remarks on the Reptiles Generally Called Dinosauria

@article{BaurRemarksOT,
  title={Remarks on the Reptiles Generally Called Dinosauria},
  author={George Baur},
  journal={The American Naturalist},
  volume={25},
  pages={434 - 454}
}
  • G. Baur
  • Published 1 May 1891
  • Geography, Environmental Science
  • The American Naturalist
THE name Dinosauria was proposed by Prof. Richard Owen (i), in a paper on " British Fossil Reptiles," read before the ninth meeting of the British Association, at Birmingham in i839. In this order were placed the genera Megalosaurus, Hylaeosaurus, and Iguanodon. Already in I 830, however, Hermann v. Meyer (2) had placed Megalosaurus and Iguanodon in a peculiar group of the fossil saurians, with " Extremitaeten wie bei den schweren Landsdugethieren." Kaup (3) follows H. v. Meyer, and calls the… 

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