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Journal Article

The Osteology of the Skull of the Pelyco-Saurian Genus, Dimetrodon

E. C. Case
The Journal of Geology
Vol. 12, No. 4 (May - Jun., 1904), pp. 304-311
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Topics: Bones, Skull, Jaw, Bone plates, Vomer, Teeth, Stapes, Septum
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Notes and References

This item contains 4 references.

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    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • E. D. COPE, "On the Homologies of the Posterior Cranial Arches of the Reptilia," Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, Vol. XVII (1892)
    • G. BAUR and E. C. CASE, "On the Morphology of the Skull of the Pelycosauria and the Origin of the Mammals," Anatomische Anzeiger, Vol. XIII (1897), pp. 109-20
    • idem., "The History of the Pelycosauria, with a Description of the Genus Dimetrodon," Transac- tions of the American Philosophical Society (2), Vol. XX (1899), pp. 1-58
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    Op. cit.
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    G. B. HOWES and H. H. SWINNERTON, "On the Development of the Skeleton of the Tuatera Sphenodon (Hatteria) punclatus," Transactions of the Zoölogical Society of London, Vol. XVI (1903), Part I, No. 1, pp. 1-87, Plates I-VI, Figs. 18.
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    R. BROOM, "On a New Reptile (Proterosuchus fergusi) from the Karoo Beds of Tarkastad, South Africa," Annals of South African Museum, Vol. IV (1903), Art. 7.