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Journal Article
Published: 01 November 2008
Journal of Paleontology (2008) 82 (6): 1127-1138.
... of Torosaurus cf. utahensis . The bone bed is a lag assemblage comprising large immobile parts of the skeletons accumulated in an abandoned stream channel. In general form and proportions the postcranial bones are similar to those in Pentaceratops sternbergi and are not as robust as those in Torosaurus latus...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 May 2005
Journal of Paleontology (2005) 79 (3): 564-582.
...ROBERT M. SULLIVAN; ARJAN C. BOERE; SPENCER G. LUCAS Abstract The holotype of the ceratopsid dinosaur Torosaurus (= Arrhinoceratops ?) utahensis ( Gilmore, 1946 ) consists of a right squamosal, jugal, quadrate, quadratojugal, epijugal, lacrimal, and postorbital horncore/orbital region. Some...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 January 1976
Journal of Paleontology (1976) 50 (1): 158-164.
Journal Article
Published: 01 August 1981
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (1981) 18 (8): 1241-1247.
... but is not closely related to any other genus in this lineage. With respect to characters of the frill, Torosaurus is the closest relative of Arrhinoceratops . Since the frills of Arrhinoceratops and Torosaurus form a graded series, the practice of automatically assigning isolated, fenestrated frills from Lance...
Journal Article
Published: 10 October 2007
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2007) 44 (9): 1243-1265.
... of an obliquely extending vascular trace meeting a transverse vascular trace ventrally on the anterior surface of the nasal horn core. Our phylogenetic analysis suggests that E. xerinsularis is nested within a clade including Triceratops, Diceratops , and Torosaurus , which are all from late Maastrichtian...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 January 2002
Rocky Mountain Geology (2002) 37 (2): 237-254.
... at construction sites in the Denver metropolitan area. Dinosaurs from the Denver Basin include Triceratops , Torosaurus , Edmontosaurus , Thescelosaurus , Edmontonia , Pachycephalosaurus , Tyrannosaurus , a dromaeosaurid, and Ornithomimus . All of these taxa are also known from the Lance, Hell Creek, and Scollard...
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Series: GSA Special Papers
Published: 01 January 1987
DOI: 10.1130/SPE209-p35
... , and Torosaurus cf. T. utahensis. The dinosaur fauna of the Fruitland Formation is temporally equivalent to the dinosaur faunas of the Judith River (Montana) and Oldman (Alberta) Formations and is of late Campanian (Judithian) age. This correlation is based primarily on the absence in the Fruitland Formation...
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Figure  2 — <b>Torosaurus</b>  cf.  utahensis  cranial elements including right po...
Published: 01 November 2008
Figure 2 — Torosaurus cf. utahensis cranial elements including right posterolateral ramus of parietal (TMM 41361-1) in 1 ) ventral, and 2 ) dorsal views; 3 ) comparison of parietal fragment with TMM 41480-1, modified from Lehman, 1996 ; 4 ) distal end of squamosal (TMM 41361-2
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Figure  3 — <b>Torosaurus</b>  cf.  utahensis  forelimb elements including  1 ) pr...
Published: 01 November 2008
Figure 3 — Torosaurus cf. utahensis forelimb elements including 1 ) proximal end of left humerus (TMM 41361-16) in anterior view; proximal end of right humerus (TMM 41361-17) in 2 ) posterior, and 3 ) proximal views; 4 ) left humerus in lateral view; 5 ) distal end of left scapular blade
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Figure  4 — <b>Torosaurus</b>  cf.  utahensis  hind limb elements including  1 ) l...
Published: 01 November 2008
Figure 4 — Torosaurus cf. utahensis hind limb elements including 1 ) left tibia (TMM 41361-29) in posterior view; right femur (TMM 41361-23) in 2 ) proximal, 3 ) posterior, and 8 ) distal views; 4 ) proximal end of right pubis (TMM 41361-20) in ventral view; 5 ) distal end of right pubis
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Figure  5 — <b>Torosaurus</b>  cf.  utahensis , reconstruction of skeleton based o...
Published: 01 November 2008
Figure 5 — Torosaurus cf. utahensis , reconstruction of skeleton based on TMM 41631 (shaded parts) and TMM 41480, with skull based on holotype of T. utahensis (USNM 15583) and general form of skeleton modeled on Pentaceratops sternbergi ( Lehman, 1998 )
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Figure  1 —Right oblique view of holotype of  <b>Torosaurus</b> latus  ( Marsh, 18...
Published: 01 May 2005
Figure 1 —Right oblique view of holotype of Torosaurus latus ( Marsh, 1891 ) (YPM 1830). Skull length is 2.4 m
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Figure  3 — <b>Torosaurus</b> utahensis  Gilmore, 1946 . USNM 15583 (holotype), la...
Published: 01 May 2005
Figure 3 — Torosaurus utahensis Gilmore, 1946 . USNM 15583 (holotype), lateral (external) view of right squamosal. Scale bar equals 10 cm
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Figure  6 — <b>Torosaurus</b> utahensis . USNM 15583 (holotype), right epijugal,  ...
Published: 01 May 2005
Figure 6 — Torosaurus utahensis . USNM 15583 (holotype), right epijugal, 1, lateral view; 4, medial view; right jugal, 2, lateral view, 3, medial view; 5, right lacrimal, (lateral view); and USNM 494473 (referred material), 6, syncervical (co-ossified atlas/axis/third cervical), left
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Figure  4 — <b>Torosaurus</b> utahensis . USNM 15583 (holotype),  1,  Right postor...
Published: 01 May 2005
Figure 4 — Torosaurus utahensis . USNM 15583 (holotype), 1, Right postorbital horncore; USNM 494472 (previously referred to, but removed from, the holotype), 2, distal portion of incomplete parietal; USNM 494473, 3, anterior portion of the parietal; USNM 15583 (holotype), right quadrate, 4
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Figure  5 — <b>Torosaurus</b> utahensis . USNM 15583 (holotype),  1,  Right quadra...
Published: 01 May 2005
Figure 5 — Torosaurus utahensis . USNM 15583 (holotype), 1, Right quadratojugal, lateral view; USNM 494473 (referred material), 2, left surangular, lateral view, and 3, medial view; 4, left articular, posteromedial view, and 5, dorsal view; and 6, left surangular articulated with left
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Figure  7 — <b>Torosaurus</b> utahensis . Referred material: USNM 494473, left den...
Published: 01 May 2005
Figure 7 — Torosaurus utahensis . Referred material: USNM 494473, left dentary, 1, lateral view; 2, occlusal view; right dentary and coronoid, 3, lateral view; 4, lingual view, and 5, ventral view. Scale bar equals 10 cm
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Fossils referred to  <b>Torosaurus</b>  sp. (DMNH 17060), formerly known as Leyden...
Published: 01 January 2002
Figure 11. Fossils referred to Torosaurus sp. (DMNH 17060), formerly known as Leyden Triceratops . Left dentary in lateral ( A ) and medial ( B ) views. Left coracoid ( C ), and left scapula ( D ). Crushed left humerus in anterior ( E ), and posterior ( F ) views. Right pubis ( G
Journal Article
Published: 01 January 2004
Rocky Mountain Geology (2004) 39 (1): 1-5.
..., Torosaurus , and Triceratops , exclusive of Pentaceratops and Chasmosaurus . AMNH 3656, a frill fragment, is characterized by large, triangular marginal processes and an average thickness in excess of 40 mm. This specimen is similar to previously reported frills from Anchiceratops . The ceratopsid specimens...
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Figure  3. Multiple views of right scapular glenoid of  Triceratops  or  To...
Published: 01 January 2000
Figure 3. Multiple views of right scapular glenoid of Triceratops or Torosaurus USNM 8013 in lateral (A), posterior (B), posteroventral (C), and ventral (D) views. The scapula is oriented to show the glenoid in natural articulation, as per Figure 1