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MARSH

Othniel Charles Marsh
Date of Birth: October 29, 1831
Place of birth: Lockport, New York, USA
Parents: Caleb Marsh and Mary Gaines Peabody
Spouse: Never married
Date of expiry: March 18, 1899 (aged 67)
Place of expiry: New Haven, Connecticut, USA
Legacy: Brontosaurus, Yale's core fossil collection
Othniel Charles Marsh
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More Marsh
• Charles Marsh and I. Bernard Cohen (Jun 1980) "The Life and Scientific Work of Othniel Charles Marsh (Three centuries of science in America)".
• New York Times (1899) "Professor Marsh is Dead. The World-Famous Geologist Succumbs to Pneumonia. Chair of Paleontology Founded for Him. Caused the Establishment of Peabody Museum".
• Charles Schuchert (1938) "Biographical memoir of Othniel Charles Marsh". National academy of sciences of the United States of America biograohical memoirs. Vol.XX-First memoir.
Discoveries and descriptions ...
Name Type Timeline Family
ALLOSAURUS Theropoda 156-145 mya Allosauridae
AMMOSAURUS Sauropodomorpha 189-176 mya Anchisauria
ANCHISAURUS Sauropodomorpha 189-175 mya Anchisauridae
APATODON Theropoda Uncertain Theropoda
BAROSAURUS Sauropoda 156-145 mya Diplodocinae
CAMPTOSAURUS Ornithopoda 156-151 mya Camptosauridae
CERATOPS Ceratopsia 080-73 mya Ceratopsia
CERATOSAURUS Theropoda 156-151 mya Ceratosauridae
COELURUS Theropoda 156-151 mya Coelurosauria
DICERATOPS Ceratopsia 067-66 mya Chasmosaurinae
DIPLODOCUS Sauropoda 156-151 mya Diplodocidae
DRYOSAURUS Ornithopoda 156-145 mya Dryosauridae
DRYPTOSAURUS Theropoda 071-68 mya Tyrannosauroidea
NODOSAURUS Ankylosauria 099-94 mya Nodosauridae
ORNITHOMIMUS Theropoda 080-66 mya Ornithomimidae
OTHNIELIA Ornithopoda 156-151 mya Neornithischia
PLEUROCOELUS Sauropoda 125-112 mya Brachiosauridae
STEGOSAURUS Stegosauria 156-151 mya Stegosauridae
TOROSAURUS Ceratopsia 071-66 mya Chasmosaurinae
TRICERATOPS Ceratopsia 067-66 mya Chasmosaurinae
                    
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