Camarasaurus

Camarasaurus (Antik Yunanca: καμαρα/kamara; odacık, σαυρος; sauros 'kertenkele' kelimelerinden: 'odacıklı kertenkele' anlamına gelir) otçul bir Sauropod dinozor cinsidir.[2] Bu cins, Kuzey Amerika'da bulunan dev sauropodların en yaygını idi. Fosil kalıntıları 155 ve 145 milyon yıl öncesi geç Jura Dönemi'ne tarihlenmektedir. Kalıntıları Colorado ve Utah'daki Morrison Oluşumu'nda bulunmuştur.[1]Omurlarındaki boş odacıklardan dolayı Camarasaurus ismi verilmiştir.

Camarasaurus
Yaşadığı dönem aralığı: 152,1-145 Ma
Tithonian-Erken Kretase[1] 
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Camarasaurus iskeleti
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Restorasyonu
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Âlem: Animalia
Şube: Chordata
Klad: Dinosauria
Klad: Saurischia
Alt takım: Sauropodomorpha
Klad: Sauropoda
Klad: Neosauropoda
Familya: Camarasauridae
Cins: Camarasaurus
Cope 1877
Tip tür
Camarasaurus supremus
Cope 1877
Türler[1]
  • Camarasaurus agilis
(Marsh 1889)
  • Camarasaurus grandis
(Marsh 1877)
  • Camarasaurus lentus
(Marsh 1889)
  • Camarasaurus lewisi
(Jensen 1988)
  • Camarasaurus supremus
(Cope 1877)
  • Morosaurus marchei
(Sauvage 1898)
Camarasaurus distribution map.svg
Fosil dağılımı

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ÖzelDüzenle

  1. ^ a b c "Fossilworks: Camarasaurus supremus". fossilworks.org. 20 Temmuz 2020 tarihinde kaynağından arşivlendi. Erişim tarihi: 24 Mayıs 2021. 
  2. ^ Benton, Michael J. (2012). Prehistoric Life. Edinburgh, Scotland: Dorling Kindersley. ss. 270-271. ISBN 978-0-7566-9910-9. 

BibliyografyaDüzenle

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  • Cope, E. D., 1877b, On Reptilian remains from the Dakota Beds of Colorado: Paleontological bulletin, n. 26, p. 193-197.
  • Cope, E. D., 1877c. On Amphicoelias, a genus of Saurians from the Dakota epoch of Colorado. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 17:242-246
  • Cope, E. D., 1878, On the vertebrata of the Dakota Epoch of Colorado: Paleontological Bulletin, n. 28, p. 233-247.
  • Cope, E. D., 1879, New Jurassic Dinosauria: American Naturalist, v. 13, p. 401-404.
  • Marsh, O. C., 1877, Notice of New Dinosaurian Reptiles from the Jurassic Formation: American Journal of Science, 3rd series, v. 14, p. 514-516.
  • Marsh, O. C., 1878a, Notice of New Dinosaurian Reptiles: American Journal of Science, 3rd series, v. 15, n. 87, p. 241-244.
  • Marsh, O. C., 1878b, Principal Characters of American Jurassic Dinosaurs, Part I: American Journal of Science, 3rd series, v. 16, p. 411-416.
  • Marsh, O. C., 1889, Comparison of the principal forms of the Dinosauria of Europe and America: American Journal of Science, 3rd series, v. 37, p. 323-331.
  • Holland, W. J., 1919, Report on Section of Paleontology: Annual Report of the Carnegie Museum, For 1919, p. 38.
  • Holland, W. J., 1924, Description of the Type of Uintasaurus douglassi HOLLAND: Annals of the Carnegie Museum, v. 15, n. 2-3, p. 119-138.
  • H. F. Osborn and C. C. Mook. 1921. Camarasaurus, Amphicoelias, and other sauropods of Cope. Bulletin of the Geological Society of America 30:379-388
  • Elinger, T. U. H., 1950, Camarosaurus annae-a new American sauropod Dinosaur: The American Naturalist, v. 84, p. 225-228.
  • Jensen, J. A., 1988, A fourth new sauropod dinosaur from the Upper Jurassic of the Colorado Plateau and sauropod bipedalism: Great Basin Naturalist, v. 48, n. 2, p. 121-145.
  • McIntosh, J. S., Miller, W. E., Stadtman, K. L., and Gillette, D. G., 1995, The Osteology of Camarasaurus lewisi (Jensen, 1988): Brigham Young University, v. 41, p. 73-116.
  • McIntosh, J. S., Miles, C. A., Cloward, K. C., and Parker, J. R., 1996, A New Nearly Complete Skeleton of Camarasaurus: Bulletin of Gunma Museum of Natural History, n. 1, p. 1-87.
  • Dodson, Peter & Britt, Brooks & Carpenter, Kenneth & Forster, Catherine A. & Gillette, David D. & Norell, Mark A. & Olshevsky, George & Parrish, J. Michael & Weishampel, David B. The Age of Dinosaurs. Publications International, LTD. ISBN 0-7853-0443-6.
  • Foster, J. (2007). Jurassic West: The Dinosaurs of the Morrison Formation and Their World. Indiana University Press.
  • Tidwell, V., Carpenter, K. & Meyer, S. 2001. New Titanosauriform (Sauropoda) from the Poison Strip Member of the Cedar Mountain Formation (Lower Cretaceous), Utah. In: Mesozoic Vertebrate Life. D. H. Tanke & K. Carpenter (eds.). Indiana University Press, Eds. D.H. Tanke & K. Carpenter. Indiana University Press. 139-165.
  • Wings, Oliver; Sander, P. Martin (2007). "No gastric mill in sauropod dinosaurs: new evidence from analysis of gastrolith mass and function in ostriches" (PDF). Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 274 (1610). ss. 635-640. doi:10.1098/rspb.2006.3763. PMC 2197205 $2. PMID 17254987. 13 Temmuz 2011 tarihinde kaynağından (PDF) arşivlendi. Erişim tarihi: 24 Temmuz 2009. 

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