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" They consist of the greater part of a skeleton, embracing all of the bones of the anterior and posterior extremities, excepting the femora. Unfortunately, the bill and the anterior portion of the head are wanting, but the outlines of the remainder of... "
Bulletin of the United States Geological and Geographical Survey of the ... - Page 443
by Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (U.S.) - 1878
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The Geographical Distribution of the Mammalia: Considered in Relation to the ...

Joel Asaph Allen - 1878 - 377 lehte
...¿x <? JA ALLEN. EXTRACTED FROM THE BULLETIN OF THK SURVEY, VOL. IV, No. 3. WASHINGTON, May 3, 18?a THE INSECT-BEARING SHALES OF COLORADO. BY JA ALLEN....present species differs little from the Scarlet Tanager (Pymnga rubra) or the Cedar-bird (Ampelis cedrorum). The bones of the wings, as well as the wings themselves,...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1878
...from the Insectbearing Shales of Colorado ; by JA ALLEN.* THE species of fossil bird described in this paper is based on some beautifully preserved remains...form of these parts, but even the shafts and barbs of the feathers. In size and in general proportions, the present species differs little from the Scarlet...
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Nature, 18. köide

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1878
...the femora). Unfortunately, the bill and the anterior portion of the head are wanting,but the FIG. i. outlines of the remainder of the head and of the neck...form of these parts, but even the shafts and barbs of the feathers. In size and in general proportions the present species differs little from the Scarlet...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1878
...bill and the anterior portion of the head are wanting, but the outlines of the remainder of the heafl and of the neck are distinctly traceable. The bones...form of these parts, but even the shafts and barbs of the feathers. In size and in general proportions, the present species differs little from the Scarlet...
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The Journal of Geology

Thomas Chrowder Chamberlin - 1913
...beside it as in the original. With respect to the fossil feathers here shown, Dr. Allen further states: The specimen bears also remarkably distinct impressions...form of these parts, but even the shafts and barbs of the feathers The most remarkable feature of the specimen is the definiteness of the feather impressions....
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