The Batrachia of North America.

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E. Lundberg , Ashton, Maryland
Amphibians -- North Am
StatementBy E. D. Cope
SeriesBulletin (United States National Museum) -- 34
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Pagination525 p.
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Open LibraryOL22778660M

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This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact. On cover: Synopsis of the extinct Batrachia and Reptilia of North America, Part I.

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Other TitlesCited by:   and aves of north america pressed, the centra much longer than deep, and deeper than wide, and with smooth concave sides.

The ribs of the anterior cervico-dorsal region are inserted directly in the vertically oval pits of the centrum. the extinct batrachia, reptilia of them was, however, published in the Proceedings of the Academy for the same year, page Additional material was shortly afterwards sent to the writer, and the important contributions on the Batrachia of the coal measures, and on the Elasmosauridæ, written.

Relationship to the Batrachia. The Amphibamidae have typically been recovered close to some or all of the lissamphibian crown.

Until the description of Gerobatrachus, Doleserpeton was considered to be the closest extinct relative to the crown group. Below is a modified cladogram from Anderson et al.

() showing Batrachia nested in the Amphibamidae, with Kingdom: Animalia. Barbour, T. Reptiles and Amphibians.

Cochran. Our Friend the Frog. National Geographic Mag. Vol. LXI, No. May Cope, E. The Batrachia of North America. Synopsis of the Extinct Batrachia, Reptilia and Aves of North America by Edward Cope, published in Volume 14 of the Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, is arguably the most famous item either paleontologist published, not due to its academic qualities but because it exemplifies and magnifies how the competition between the two Author: Gilbert Borrego.

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Eupelor is a dubious genus of prehistoric amphibian belonging to the temnospondyl family s have been found in present-day Pennsylvania dating to the late Triassic.

Taxonomy. The Eupelor type species, E. durus, was named Mastodonsaurus durus by Cope () on the basis of AMNHa number of clavicles, from the Lockatong Formation of Class: Amphibia.

Batrachia and Reptilia of Costa Rica R OBERT W. M URPHY 1, A RTHUR S MITH 2 AND A NDRE N GO 3 1 Department of Natural History, Royal Ontario Museum, Queen’s Park. The Batrachia of North America / by E.D. Cope Cope, E. (Edward Drinker), [ Book, Government publication, Microform: ].

Synopsis of the Extinct Batrachia, Reptilia and Aves of North America by Edward Cope, published in Volume 14 of the Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, is arguably the most famous item either paleontologist published, not due to its academic qualities but because it exemplifies and magnifies how the competition between the two men and the rush to publish.

The latest comprehensive accounts of the North American species are contained in the works of Cope, Batrachia of North America, (Bull.

Nat. Mus. 34, ), and of Miss Dickerson, whose Frog Book () is so excellently illustrated and swarms with inter esting information on the life histories. Cope, E. (Edward Drinker), Synopsis of the extinct batrachia, reptilia and aves of North America / (Philadelphia: McCalla & Stavely, printers, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Cope, E.

(Edward Drinker), Synopsis of the fishes of the Peruvian Amazon, obtained by Professor Orton during his expeditions of Cope, "Synopsis of the Extinct Batrachia of North America," Proc.

Philad.,p. 3 Pinches, which gave a synopsis of Babylonian history from a Babylonian point of view, and was compiled in the reign of Darius. Cope, E.

Synonymic list of the North American species of Bufo and Rana, with descriptions of some new species of Batrachia, from specimens in the National Museum.

Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society – 8 Cope, E. The Batrachia of North America. The monograph contains four separate papers by Cope -- Article 4: On the Batrachia and Reptilia of Costa Rica + Article 5: On the Batrachia and Reptilia collected by D.

John M. Branford during the Nicaraguan Canal Survey of + Article 6: Report on the Reptiles brought by Professor James Orton from the middle and upper Amazon, and western.

Synopsis of the extinct Batrachia, Reptilia and Aves of North America, Edward Drinker Cope Ten years after the publication of the Origin of Species, taxonomy was not yet taking much account of the.

] HYLA ARENICOLOR COPE Cope, E. Journal Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., p. On the Reptilia and Batrachia of the Sonoran Province of the. Historical geology, the geologic history of North America, (New York, London, McGraw-Hill book company, inc., ), by Russell C. Hussey (page images at HathiTrust) Systematic catalogue of Vertebrata of the eocene of New Mexico.Chapter 7 COMPARATIVE CRANIAL ANATOMY OF TWO NORTH AMERICAN CRETACEOUS PLESIOSAURS KENNETH CARPENTER INTRODUCTION The taxonomy of Western Interior Cretaceous plesiosaurs is in disarray despite the efforts of Williston (,) and Welles (,).Cited by: Synopsis of the Extinct Batrachia and Reptilia of North America, Part I.

Trans. Amer. Phil. Soc. New Series,51 figs., 11 pls. Cope () would soon create an new order that he called "Streptosauria" [reversed lizards] to contain this strange new animal: "Under this name I have characterized a group of high rank among the Reptiles.