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" The determination of this species rests on a series of specimens from the yellow chalk at a point six miles south of Sheridan, Kan. They consist of three vertebra; and fragments of atlas, with numerous portions of cranium and proximal extremity of scapula. "
The University Geological Survey of Kansas - Page 187
1898 - 594 pages
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Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at ..., Volume 11

Electronic journals - 1871
...from the yellow chalk at a point six miles south of Sheridan, Kansas. They consist of three vertebra: and fragments of atlas, with numerous portions of cranium and proximal extremity of scapula. The parts of cranium preserved are the frontal bone without the anterior extremity, and with the adjacent...
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Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at ..., Volume 11

Electronic journals - 1871
...from the yellow chalk at a point six miles south of Sheridan, Kansas. They consist of three vertebra) and fragments of atlas, with numerous portions of cranium and proximal extremity of scapula. The parts of cranium preserved are the frontal bone without the anterior extremity, and with the adjacent...
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Annual Report of the United States Geological Survey of the ..., Volume 4

Geological Survey of the Territories (U.S.) - Discoveries in geography - 1872
...from the yellow chalk ata point six miles south of Sheridan, Kansas. They consist of three vertebra? and fragments of atlas, with numerous portions of cranium and proximal extremity of scapula. The parts of cranium preserved are the frontal bone without the anterior extremity, and with the adjacent...
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Reports, Volume 4

Kansas Geological Survey - Geology - 1898
...from the yellow chalk at a point six miles south of Sheridan, Kan. They consist of three vertebrae and fragments of atlas, with numerous portions of...species in the genus from Kansas antedates it, P. icteгicмв, the name, fortunately, must be eventually acknowledged as of a valid species, should...
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