account of Cadborosaurus willsi, new genus, new species a large aquatic reptile from the Pacific coast of North America by E. L. Bousfield

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Published by Amphipacifica Research Publications in Victoria, B.C .

Written in English

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  • Marine reptiles -- Pacific Coast (North America),
  • Cryptozoology -- Pacific Coast (North America)

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Other titlesAmphipacifica. Vol. 1 (Supplement 1)
StatementE.L. Bousfield and P.H. LeBlond.
ContributionsLeBlond, Paul H.
The Physical Object
Pagination25 p. :
Number of Pages25
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Open LibraryOL15562847M

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The book includes a. complete, comprehensive listing of sightings, organized by. vertebrate class Reptilia as Cadborosaurus willsi, new genus, new species. Newsletter of all things Cryptozoological.

BCSCC Quarterly. British Columbia Scientific Cryptozoology Club. 'Discovering Cadborosaurus' will lay out for the reader the evidence of the possible existence of this serpent-like creature.

There account of Cadborosaurus willsi been many eye-witness accounts of an unusual but distinctive large marine animal along the coastal waters of the Northeast Pacific Ocean that simply can not be identified as one the commonly 'known' marine animals/5(5).

Cadborosaurus is a middle league Cryptozoology player that, despite being reported around Cadboro Bay in British Columbia since the late 19th century, didn't really become manifested in the literature in its current form until the early s when the two authors of this book published articles describing the discovery of the Naden harbour photographs of a now lost anomalous carcass found 4/5.

Book 2 in the New Species series. The books can be Want to Read. Shelving menu. "An account of Cadborosaurus willsi, new genus, new species, a large aquatic reptile from the Pacific coast of North America". Amphipacifica Vol 1 Suppl. 1: pp. An account of Cadborosaurus willsi, new genus, new species, a large aquatic reptile from the Pacific coast of North America.

Amphipacifica 1 (supplement 1), & LeBlond, P. A lot of the Caddy evidence is discussed in the context of the Naden Harbor carcass. While the item fished out of a sperm whale’s stomach has been dismissed as a fetal baleen whale (clearly wrong, as the authors demonstrate with a photo of a real one) and a basking shark, it is odd how well it held together under the circumstances, and it’s not certain anyone has ever found a basking shark.

An account of Cadborosaurus willsi, new genus, new species, a large aquatic reptile from the Pacific coast of North America. Amphipacifica 1 (Supplement 1), Dash, M. Short form of Cadborosaurus, coined at the same time.

Variant names: Amy, Cadborosaurus, Edizgiganteus (after Ediz Hook Light, Washington), Haietluk, Klamahsosaurus (on Texada Island), Penda (after Pender Island).

Scientific name: Cadborosaurus willsi, proposed by Edwar d L. Bousfield and Paul H. LeBlond in   An account of Cadborosaurus willsi, new genus, new species, a large aquatic reptile from the Pacific coast of North America.

Amphipacifica 1 (Supplement 1), Ellis, R. An account of Cadborosaurus willsi, new genus, new species, a large aquatic reptile from the Paci c coast of North America.

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An account of Cadborosaurus willsi, new genus, new species, a large aquatic reptile from the Pacific coast of North America. Megamouth – a new species, genus and family of lamnoid shark (Megachasma pelagios, family Megachasmidae) from the Hawaiian Islands.

The authors believe that this immature Caddy may be a “new species representative of an unnamed subcategory of reptilia.” What this implies to the layman is that Caddy (named Cadborosaurus willsi in honor of Archie Wills), may be closely related to the extinct marine reptiles from the Age of the Dinosaurs.

An account of Cadborosaurus willsi, new genus, new species, a large aquatic reptile from the Pacifi c Coast of North America. Amphipacifi ca, 1 (Supplement 1), A living plesiosaur?. Edward Bousefield and Paul LeBlond. “Anaccount of Cadborosaurus willsi, new genus, new species, a large aquatic reptile from the pacific coast of North America,” Amphipacifica Journal of Systematic Biology 1 supp.

1 (): 1– Google Scholar. An account of Cadborosaurus willsi, new genus, new species, a large aquatic reptile from the Pacific coast of North America. Amphipacifica 1 (Supplement 1): Cadien, D. B., & J. Martin. Myzotarsa anaxiphilius, new genus, new species, an atylopsine amphipod (Gammaridea: Pleustidae) commensal with lithodid crabs in California.

" Cadborosaurus willsi", nicknamed Caddy, is an alleged sea serpent reported to be living on the Pacific Coast of North America. Its name is derived from Cadboro Bay in Greater Victoria, British Columbia, and the Greek root word " saurus " meaning lizard or reptile.

Improbable species, deceit, and social control in the context of behavioral ecology. An account of Cadborosaurus willsi, new genus, new species, a large aquatic reptile from the Pacific coast of North America.

Amphipacifica, 1(suppl. 1), Bousfield, E.L., & LeBlond, P.H. Pipefish or pipe dream. Journal of Scientific Exploration. Bousfiled EL, LeBlond PH () An account of Cadborosaurus willsi, new genus, new species, a large aquatic reptile from the Pacific coast of North America.

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Amphipacifica 1 (supplement 1), Naish, D. "Cadborosaurus willsi"(/kædbɒroʊˈsɔrəs wɪlziː/; genus derived from Cadboro Bay+ Greek σαυρος sauros'lizard'; Wills' lizard from Cadboro Bay), nicknamed Caddy, is the proposed scientific name for an alleged sea serpent living in Cadboro Bay in Greater Victoria, British Columbia.

The first "Cadborosaurus willsi" sighting reported was by a crew member of the ship Columbia, under the. Trisha Norbit is flat on her back in a hospital bed, pinned under a really big New Species male.

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Cadborosaurus willsi "Cadborosaurus willsi", nicknamed Caddy, is an alleged sea serpent reported to be living on the Pacific Coast of North America.

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Cadborosaurus willsi → Cadborosaurus – Mainly known by the single name, the species name gives unwarranted scientific legitimacy. FunkMonk (talk)12 October (UTC). Off the British Colombian coast of Cadboro Bay lives a monster, affectionately named Caddy or Cadborosaurus Willsi.

It is described as a long, serpent like beast with flippers, hair on the neck, and a camel like head.

It could be anywhere from 40 to 70 feet long in length. Due to the new sighting of Ogopogo, it was only a matter of time before someone would begin wondering what happened to Caddy, Cadborosaurus willsi, the Sea Serpent of Cadboro Bay, off British Columbia.

Victoria’s Times Colonist ran an update today. According to Paul Leblond, a retired University of British Columbia oceanography professor and author a book on the Cadborosaurus, Caddy. Name: Cadborosaurus gets its name from Cadboro Bay in Victoria, British Columbia and the Greek root word "sauros" meaning lizard or reptile.

I have also seen other names used these include Caddy, Pal-Rai-Yuk, Klematosaurus, Sarah the Sea Hag, Saya-Ustih, Hiyitlik, Tzarta-saurus, Sisiutl, Penda, Amy, Kaegyhil-Depgu'esk (try saying THAT three times fast) and Say Noth-Kai.

Cadborosaurus Willsi article. The N ewfoundland Blob found inwhich scientists identified as being basking shark and sperm whale carcasses, respectively. But of course many cryptozoologists maintain that mainstream scientists are either willingly, or through ignorance, covering up the existence of monsters and sea creatures.

Meaning “reptile” or “lizard” from Cadboro Bay, Cadborosaurus willsi is an alleged sea serpent from the North Pacific and possibly other regions. Accounts generally describe it as having a long neck, a horse-like head, large eyes, and back bumps that stick out of the water.

LeBlond had helped write a book about Cadborosaurus entitled " Cadborosaurus: Survivor from the Deep ". " While the footage was taken at the situation a little rain and the boat rocked, the tape looks very authentic.

" Cadborosaurus itself has Cadborosaurus Willsi nickname, which means the reptile or lizard from Cadboro bay. However, sometimes. So many sightings of the mysterious large animal have been made in Glouchester Bay that the London Linne Society has investigated the case to describe the alleged monster.

On the other hand, in Cadboro Bay, off the coast of Canada, a huge animal, which even received the Latin name Cadborosaurus willsi, has been seen many times. XIX century. Caddy (Cadborosaurus willsi) is a localised sea serpent reported from the seas off British Columbia, Canada, described as a whale-sized but serpentine animal.

Whether or not the majority of sightings could refer to the same unknown animal is debated. Bernard Heuvelmans classified Caddy reports as merhorses and long-necked sea serpents. A survey by Paul H. LeBlond and John Sibert identified. Many globsters have decomposed so much before being examined that they appear to be evidence of new species - as happened with the 'Cadborosaurus Willsi' carcass found in British Columbia inand the 'Newfoundland Blob' found inwhich scientists identified as being basking shark and sperm whale carcasses, respectively.

Basilosaurus, sometimes known by its scientific synonym Zeuglodon, is a genus of ancient cetaceans that lived during the late Eocene, they are thought to have died out 33 million years ago, this was during the time the Eocene epoch ended and the Oligocene started.

These primitive marine mammals look nothing like today’s cetaceans. They were long and serpentine. Basilosaurus is often.

Steller’s Sea Ape, as drawn by Harry Trumbore, from The Field Guide to Bigfoot and Other Mystery Primates ( ). A good overview of the expedition leading to the remarkable sighting of what has become known as Steller’s Sea Ape can be found in the Novemarticle in the California Literary essay is by Peter Bridges, former U.S.

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Usually, when a new species is discovered it is associated with one species. It is rare to find two new species belonging to the same new genus.

Yasunia is one of those rare cases.

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