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Scientific Publications of the Science Museum of Minnesota

Mounted Skeleton of Triceratops prorsus in The Science Museum, by Bruce R. Erickson, 1966, 1(1), 1-15

Paleontological Evidence Concerning Some Post Glacial Features of The Mississippi River Valley, by Bruce R. Erickson, 1967, 1(2), 1-4

A Claw of Megalonyx (Ground Sloth) From Minnesota, by Bruce R. Erickson, 1968, 1(3), 1-6

A New Species of Crocodile, Teleorhinus mesabiensis, From the Iron Range Cretaceous, by Bruce R. Erickson, 1969, 1(4), 1-8

Albertochampsa langstoni, gen. et sp. nov., A New Alligator From the Cretaceous of Alberta, by Bruce R. Erickson, 1972, 2(1), pages 1-13

A New Chelydrid Turtle, Protochelydra zangerli, From the Late Paleocene of North Dakota, by Bruce R. Erickson, 1973, 2(2), 1-16

A Substitute Name, Edwardtayloria, For A Genus of Tree Frogs From Southeast Asia (Anura: Rhacophoridae) by Kevin W. Marx, 1975, 2(3), pages 1-3

An Early Woodland Pottery Vessel From Minnesota, by G. Joseph Hudak and Elden Johnson, 1975, 2(4), 1-9

Dakotornis cooperi, A New Paleocene Bird From North Dakota, by Bruce R. Erickson, 1975, 3(1), 1-7

Woodland Ceramics From the Pedersen Site, by G. Joseph Hudak, 1976, 3(2), 1-21

Oreopanax dakotensis, A New Species of the Araliaceae From the Paleocene of North Dakota, by Robert C. Melchior, 1976, 3(3), 1-8

On the Occurrence of Minerisporites mirabilis In Situ, by Robert C. Melchior, 1977, 3(4), 1-11.

The Microcosmodontinae and Microcosmodon woodi, New Multi-tuberculata Taxa (Mammalia) From the Late Paleocene of North America, by Richard C. Holtzman and Donald L. Wolberg, 1977, 4(1), 1-13

The Vertebrate Fauna of the Mountain Lake Site, Cottonwood County, Minnesota, by Orrin C. Shane, III, 1978, 4(2), 1-21

An Amniote Egg From the Upper Cretaceous of Wyoming, by Bruce R. Erickson, 1978, 4(3), 1-15.

Paleontological Notes on the Wannagan Creek Quarry Site (Paleocene-North Dakota), Ichnofossils I, by Robert C. Melchior and Bruce R. Erickson, 1979,4(4), 1-16.

Champsosaurus tenuis (Reptilia: Eosuchia), A New Species From the Late Paleocene of North America, by Bruce R. Erickson, 1981, 5(1), 1-14

A Study of Crocodilian Coprolites From Wannagan Creek Quarry, (Paleocene-North Dakota), Ichnofossils II, by Glen T. Sawyer, 1981, 5(2), 1-29.

A Key to the Whirligig Beetles of Minnesota and Adjacent States and Canadian Provinces (Coleoptera: Gyrinidae), by William D. Ferkinhoff and Ralph W. Gundersen, 1983, 5(3), 1-53.

Chelonivorous Habits of The Paleocene Crocodile Leidyosuchus formidabilis, by Bruce R. Erickson, 1984, 5(4), 1-9.

Catalogue of Type and Figured Fossils in The Science Museum of Minnesota, by Bruce R. Erickson and Nancy Pickett, 1987, 6(1), 1-43.

Infrared Spectroscopic Analysis of Fossil Coprolites, by Lee Hallgren, 1987, 6(2), 1-31.

Haliplidae of Minnesota, by Ralph W. Gundersen and Carol Otremba, 1988, 6(3), 1-43.

Notes on the Postcranium of Camptosaurus, by Bruce R. Erickson, 1988, 6(4), 1-13.

Mammographic Technique for the Localization of Structures in Small Animals, by Joseph Tashjian and Frederick J. Jannett, Jr., 1990, 7(1), 1-7.

Bioturbation Structures in Pleistocene Coastal Plain Sediments of South Carolina, North America, by Bruce R. Erickson and Albert E. Sanders, 1991, 7(2), 1-14.

Flora and Fauna of the Wannagan Creek Quarry: Late Paleocene of North America, by Bruce R. Erickson, 1991, 7(3), 1-19.

Notes on the Prairie Vole Microtus ochrogaster in Wadena County, Minnesota, by Richard J. Oehlenschlager, 1994, 7(4), 1-24.

The Flora and Fauna of Wadena County, Minnesota Part I: The Butterflies (Lepidoptera: Hesperioidea and Papilionoidea) of Wadena County, Minnesota, by Richard Oehlenschlager and Ronald L. Huber, 2002, 8(1), 1-26.