Fossill Collection

Specimen Description:

Radius, Teeth, Jaw Element, Unidentified Material
CardID:
269
Last Modified:
2008-12-18 09:26:10
LastEditor:
Joseph Hatcher
Accession Num:
M.00.01.00
Prev Nums:
None
Department:
Vertebrate Paleontology
Collector:
Morden & District Museum
CollectionName:
Research
DateCollected:
2008-02-19 13:19:35
Remarks:
Information is based on the original paper catalogue of the Morden & District Museum (1992).
Qty:
1
QtyReplicates:
0
SpecimenDesc:
Radius, Teeth, Jaw Element, Unidentified Material
AcquisitionMode:
Quarry Collection
AccessionDate:
2008-02-19 00:00:00
CurrentOwner:
Province of Manitoba
DepositorName:
Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre
Credit:
Dr. Elizabeth L. Nicholls, Henry Isaak, Don Bell
tPhylum:
Chordata
tClass:
Reptilia
tOrder:
Lacertilia
tFamily:
Mosasauridae
fGenus
Unknown
tSubspecies:
Unknown
tCommonName:
Mosasaur
dUnits:
cm
dWidth:
8.1
dHeight:
4.4
dLength:
7.3
dRemarks:
Rough measurements were made using a hand held ruler, not calipers. The above rough measurements are provided for only the single radius associated with this specimen.
dCurrentCondition:
unprepared
dDate:
2008-02-19 00:00:00
dIdentifier:
Joseph Hatcher
dSex:
Unknown
gGeoPeriod:
Assume Cretaceous
gEpoch:
Assume Campanian
gAge:
Assume Late Cretaceous
gMa:
Assume 80
gFormation:
Assume Pierre Shale
gMember:
Assume Pembina
gHorizon:
Unknown
stPermLocBuilding:
Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre
stPermLocRoom:
Collections Room
stPermLocDrawer:
D-0525
stLocDate:
2008-02-19 00:00:00
stComponentLoc:
D-0525
stStatus:
stored
oContinent:
North America
oCountry:
Canada
oOcean:
Western Interior Seaway
oProvince:
Manitoba
oLocation:
Manitoba Escarpment
oMineQuarry:
Unknown
cDateCatalogued:
2008-02-19 00:00:00
Cataloguer:
Joseph Hatcher
CatRemarks:
Original paper catalogue has some of the specimen located in D-0520. During this specimen's entry into the digital database, all portions of the specimen were moved to Drawers 519 and 525 only.
References:
NICHOLLS, E.L. 1989. Marine Vertebrates of the Pembina Member of the Pierre Shale (Campanian, Upper Cretaceous) of Manitoba and their Significance to the Biogeography of the Western Interior Seaway. University of Calgary, pp. ii-317.
sQuarryNum:
unknown
sSiteName:
unknown
sMapReference:
unknown
sGPS:
unknown
sArea:
unknown
sElevation:
unknown
sSiteMap:
unknown
imageID:
507
DateTaken:
2008-12-15
Classification:
specimen
Photographer:
Keiichi Aotsuka
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