The Dinosaurs, 1934
By W. E. Swinton
I remember getting this book sometime in the early 1970's. The
book contains seven illustrations by
Neave Parker depicting faunal assemblages from various countries at
various geological periods. I
was very impressed with the book when I was a child because I felt it
was more technical than my
other dinosaur books; but especially because of the numerous uncommon
dinosaur genera depicted
in the illustrations.
According to Debus and Debus, the Parker
illustrations, with accompanying text by Swinton, first
in The Illustrated London News between 1956 and 1960.
A scene showing dinosaurs from the Cretaceous of Canada. Most of
these genera are
with the exception of the ankylosaur, Dyoplosaurus, which is partly
obscured by the tree.
A scene showing Cretaceous dinosaurs from China. The dinosaurs
Chialingosaurus; the sauropod Omeisaurus; the hadrosaur Tanius (on the
left); the nodosaur
Heishanosaurus; the carnosaur Szechuanosaurus on the upper right; and
the lower right. The ornithomimid on the lower left is not
(Note, the clasification scheme is that used by Swinton.)