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Phytosauria, with especial reference to Mystriosuchus and Rhytidodon

J. H. McGregor

Phytosauria, with especial reference to Mystriosuchus and Rhytidodon

by J. H. McGregor

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Published by American Museum of Natural History] in [New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rutiodon,
  • Phytosauridae -- Classification.,
  • Reptiles, Fossil.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 97-100).

    Statementby J.H. McGregor.
    SeriesMemoirs of the American Museum of Natural History -- v. 9, pt. 2
    The Physical Object
    PaginationP. 29-101, [3] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages101
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17273028M

    Fresh Traditions: Classic Dishes for a Contemporary Lifestyle Date: 25 Au. And though Mystriosuchus is certainly very different in appaearance to other pseudopalatine phytosaurs, much of this modification is clearly due to specific piscivorous adaptations. References: Zittel, ; Chatterjee (); Hungerbühler Links: Taxonomic history of Mystriosuchus E. Fraas, MAK, MAK

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The Phytosauria, with especial reference to Mystriosuchus and Rhytidodon. Memoirs of the AMNH ; v. 9, pt. James Howard McGregor, by L. C Dunn (Book) Most widely held works by J. H MacGregor The Phytosauria, with especial reference to Mystriosuchus and Rhytidodon by J.

H MacGregor (Book). Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http. MacGregor JH. The Phytosauria, with special reference to Mystriosuchus and Rhytidodon. Memoirs of the American Museum of Natural History 9(2)– Congenital – Odontoid fused with axis centrum in Phytosauria, but separate in Erpetosuchus.

Phytosaurs are an extinct group of large, mostly semiaquatic Late Triassic archosauriform reptiles. Phytosaurs belong to the family Phytosauridae and the order auria and Phytosauridae are often considered to be equivalent groupings containing the same species, but some studies have identified non-phytosaurid phytosaurians.

The Phytosauria, with especial reference to Mystriosuchus and Rhytidodon. Memoirs of the American Museum of Natural History 9, 29 – Modesto, S. & Sues, H.-D. A new phylogenetic analysis of Phytosauria (Archosauria: The Late Triassic phytosaur Mystriosuchus westphali, with a revision of the genus.

The Phytosauria, with especial reference to Mystriosuchus and Rhytidodon. Memoirs of the American Museum of Natural History 9. Phytosauria The phytosaurs. and the same is true for the two species of Mystriosuchus — even though the shapes of the jaws and teeth suggest that narrow- and broad-snouted species ate different prey.

It is tempting to wonder if each pair of species might really be the male and female forms of a single species. However, the species in each. 1) O. Jaekel, Über einen neuen Belodonten aus dem Buntsandstein von gsberichte der Ges.

naturforschender Freunde, Nr. 5, Jahrg.p. undFig. 8 (Kopie nach der Abbildung Mc. Gregors).). — FürPhytosaurus buceros hat M. Mehl (Quarterly Bulletin of the University of Oklahoma, N.

S., (), p. 21) den neuen GattungsnamenMachaeroprosopus in Vorschlag gebracht. Differences of Mystriosuchus westphali n. from the type species M. planirostris include a much more robust skull, a massive and shorter rostrum, a premaxillary crest, and a probably more.

McGregor, J. H.,Part II.-The Phytosauria, with especial reference to Mystriosuchus and Rhytidodon: Memoris of the American Museum of Natural History, v. 9, p. (Phytosaurus kappffii = Belodon kappffi).

by Marsh () as ' 'Rhytidodon rostratus, ' The phytosauria, with especial reference to Mystriosuchus and Rutio- don.—Mem. American Mus. Nat. Hist. — Olsen, P. On the use. Phytosauria is a nearly cosmopolitan clade of large, quadrupedal, carnivorous archosauriforms.

They are known unambiguously from Late Triassic deposits, although the clade’s ghost lineage extends at least to the late Early Triassic. The Phytosauria Jaeger, (also known as Parasuchia Huxley, ) comprise a clade of extinct reptiles known exclusively from Upper Triassic sediments.

Some phytosaurs such as Mystriosuchus and Rutiodon possessed long, McGregor JH () The Phytosauria, with especial reference to Mystriosuchus and Rhytidodon. Mem Am Mus Nat Hist 9. Dyoplax is an extinct genus of pseudosuchian archosaur, possibly an erpetosuchid.

Fossils have been found from the type locality within the upper Schilfsandstein Formation in Stuttgart, holotype specimen was a natural cast of a nearly complete skeleton.

Phytosauria [von *phyto- griech. sauros = Echse], (Camp ), Krokodilsaurier, ausgestorbene Unterordnung der Archosauria (Ordnung Thecodontia), deren Angehörige in Habitus und Lebensweise große Ähnlichkeit mit den Krokodilen aufweisen, die sie – obwohl nicht direkt verwandt – auch ökologisch vertreten.

Phytosaurier lebten aquatisch in Flüssen, Seen und marin beeinflußten. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. InFraas regarded the teeth of Termatosaurus albertii as belonging to the phytosaur Mystriosuchus, but he did not discuss his point of view.

Camp () questioned this synonymy, Mc Gregor () regarded the species Mystriosuchus albertii as doubtful and Westphal (), in his revision of the phytosaurs, did not mention it.PALEONTOLOGICAL NOTES recognized by Moore and Plummer (, p. ). REFERENCES MOORE, R. C., and PLUMMER, F. B.,Crinoids from the Upper Carboniferous and.Whitfield, Robert Parr, ; Hall, James, (New York: American Museum of Natural History, ).