Camarasaurus cf. Supremus from the Morrison Formation near San Ysidro, New Mexico--The San Ysidro dinosaur
Rigby, J. Keith, Jr.

Abstract:

Isolated dinosaur bones are fairly common in exposures of the Morrison Formation in New Mexico. Few, however, have ever been studied or identified. Smith (1967) reported the occurrence of "Brontosaurus, Allosaurus, and Stegosaurus" from the Morrison Formation in Valencia County. Dinosaur faunas of the Morrison Formation in New Mexico remain essentially unstudied (Kues and others, 1977).


Citation:

  1. Rigby, J. Keith, Jr., 1982, Camarasaurus cf. Supremus from the Morrison Formation near San Ysidro, New Mexico--The San Ysidro dinosaur, in: Albuquerque Country II, Grambling, J. A.; Wells, S. G., New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook, 33rd Field Conference, pp. 271-272.

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