The Cedar Mountain Formation is a geological formation located in the western United States, mostly within the state of Utah, with rocks dating to the early and middle parts of the Cretaceous Period. The Cedar Mountain Formation is most well-known… Read More ›
Nedcolbertia: A North American elaphrosaur?
IntroductionNedcolbertia (named in honor of the American paleontologist Dr. Edward “Ned” Colbert, 1905-2001) was a mysterious and intriguing creature which inhabited western North America during the early Cretaceous Period about 140-130 million years ago. When it was officially named and… Read More ›
The Cedar Mountain Hypsilophodont Dinosaur
The Cedar Mountain Formation of the western United States, which is dated to the early Cretaceous Period, has produced fossils of numerous dinosaur species. Several of these are still not officially classified, and this post concerns one of them. In… Read More ›
The Sail-Backed Dinosaur from the Cedar Mountain Formation
Greetings. A few days ago, I learned of a remarkable discovery. In east-central Utah within the rock layers of the Cedar Mountain Formation, dated to the early Cretaceous Period about 135 million years ago (the same time and place where… Read More ›