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Archive image from page 243 of Dinocerata a monograph of Dinocerata : a monograph of an extinct order of gigantic mammals dinoceratamonogr00mars Year: 1886 220 DINOCERATA, TJintatherium flssidens, Cope, sp. Woodcuts: 196 and 197, below. Fir. 191. FiftURE 193.—Lower jaw of Uintatliernmiflssidens (after Cope); top view. Figure 107.—The same specimen; front view. Both, figures are two-lbirds natural size. The above fig-ures were made by a direct transfer from the original woodcuts cited below. Cope (Bathyopsis flssidens).—Bulletin of the U. S. Geological Survey of the Territories, Vol. VI,

Archive image from page 243 of Dinocerata  a monograph of Dinocerata : a monograph of an extinct order of gigantic mammals  dinoceratamonogr00mars Year: 1886  220 DINOCERATA, TJintatherium flssidens, Cope, sp. Woodcuts: 196 and 197, below. Fir. 191.    FiftURE 193.—Lower jaw of Uintatliernmiflssidens (after Cope); top view. Figure 107.—The same specimen; front view. Both, figures are two-lbirds natural size. The above fig-ures were made by a direct transfer from the original woodcuts cited below. Cope (Bathyopsis flssidens).—Bulletin of the U. S. Geological Survey of the Territories, Vol. VI,  Stock Photo
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Archive image from page 243 of Dinocerata a monograph of Dinocerata : a monograph of an extinct order of gigantic mammals dinoceratamonogr00mars Year: 1886 220 DINOCERATA, TJintatherium flssidens, Cope, sp. Woodcuts: 196 and 197, below. Fir. 191. FiftURE 193.—Lower jaw of Uintatliernmiflssidens (after Cope); top view. Figure 107.—The same specimen; front view. Both, figures are two-lbirds natural size. The above fig-ures were made by a direct transfer from the original woodcuts cited below. Cope (Bathyopsis flssidens).—Bulletin of the U. S. Geological Survey of the Territories, Vol. VI, No. 1, pp. 194-196, February, 1881. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, Vol. XX, pp. 176, 177, 1882. American 'Naturalist, Vol. XV, p. 75, January, 1881; Vol. XVIII, p. 1115, fig. 7, November, 1884. The type specimen of this species was collected by Mr. J. L. Wortman, in 1880, in the Wind River Basin, Wyoming-. This specimen consists of portions of the lower jaws here figured. The geological horizon of this species is not known with certainty, but is apparently in the Bridger beds of the Eocene. The type specimen is preserved in Prof Cope's collection. Uintatlieriiim latifroiis. Marsh. Woodcuts: 11, p. 17; 125, 126, 127, 128, p. 130. Marsh, Fifth Annual Report of the U. S. Geological Survey, (figure from the present volume, viz:) fig. 48, p. 262, 1884. In this species, the snout tapers in front, where the nasals are divided by an open suture. The nasal protuberances are of moderate size, broadly oval at the base, approximate, and moderately divergent. The nasals project well forward beyond them. The maxillary protuberances are large, and I'ounded, and ai-e connected by a very low transverse

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