Fossill Collection

Specimen Description:

Phalange, and Tarsal-Metatarsal (2)
CardID:
180
Last Modified:
2012-04-05 11:06:46
LastEditor:
Joseph Hatcher
Accession Num:
B.82.08.17
Prev Nums:
None
Department:
Vertebrate Paleontology
Collector:
Morden & District Museum
CollectionName:
Research
DateCollected:
2008-02-05 13:50:42
Remarks:
Information is based on the original paper catalogue for the Morden & District Museum (1992).
Qty:
1
QtyReplicates:
0
SpecimenDesc:
Phalange, and Tarsal-Metatarsal (2)
AcquisitionMode:
Quarry Collection
AccessionDate:
2008-02-05 00:00:00
CurrentOwner:
Province of Manitoba
DepositorName:
Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre
Credit:
Dr. Elizabeth Nicholls, Henry Isaak, Don Bell
tPhylum:
Chordata
tClass:
Aves
tOrder:
Hesperornithiformes
tFamily:
Hesperornithidae
fGenus
Hesperornis
tSubspecies:
bairdi
tCommonName:
Bird, Hesperornis
dUnits:
cm
dRemarks:
Phalange - Width: 1.8, Height: 1.6, Length: 3.5 Tarsal-Metatarsals - Widths: 2.8, 2.5, Heights: 2.0, 1.9, Lengths: 6.6, 7.5 Above rough measurements were taken using a ruler, not calipers.
dCurrentCondition:
Good preservation; incomplete specimens
dDate:
2008-02-05 00:00:00
dIdentifier:
Joseph Hatcher
dSex:
Unknown
gGeoPeriod:
Assume Cretaceous
gEpoch:
Assume Campanian
gAge:
Assume Late Cretaceous
gMa:
Assume 82
gFormation:
Assume Pierre Shale
gMember:
Assume Pembina
gHorizon:
Unknown
stPermLocBuilding:
Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre
stPermLocRoom:
Collections Room
stPermLocDrawer:
D-0567
stLocDate:
2012-03-27 00:00:00
stComponentLoc:
D-0567
stStatus:
stored
oContinent:
North America
oCountry:
Canada
oOcean:
Western Interior Seaway
oProvince:
Manitoba
oLocation:
Manitoba Escarpment
oMineQuarry:
17
cDateCatalogued:
2008-02-05 00:00:00
Cataloguer:
Joseph Hatcher
Publications:
AOTSUKA, K. 2012. Description of the Hesperornithiformes (Aves: Ornithurae) from the Upper Cretaceous Pierre Shale in Southern Manitoba, Canada. Tokya Gakugei University, M.Sc. Thesis, M10-1828, pp.ii-95. AOTSUKA, K. 2011. The First Occurrence of Hesperornis bairdi from the Pierre Formation in Manitoba. Third Manitoba Palaeontology Symposium, Proccedings and Field Trip Manual, Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre, Morden, Manitoba, pp. 5-6.
sQuarryNum:
17
sSiteName:
Baker
sMapReference:
SW 1/4 Sec. 25-T4-R7
sGPS:
unknown
sArea:
unknown
sElevation:
unknown
sSiteMap:
unknown
imageID:
1235
DateTaken:
2009-01-11
Classification:
specimen
Photographer:
Keiichi Aotsuka
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