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Vertebrate fossils from the Pleistocene Stump Arroyo member, Meade County, Kansas.

Hibbard, Claude William

Vertebrate fossils from the Pleistocene Stump Arroyo member, Meade County, Kansas.

by Hibbard, Claude William

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Published by University of Michigan Press in Ann Arbor .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Kansas,
  • Meade County.
    • Subjects:
    • Vertebrates, Fossil,
    • Paleontology -- Pleistocene,
    • Paleontology -- Kansas -- Meade County

    • Edition Notes

      SeriesContributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan,, v. IX, no. 7
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE841 .H5
      The Physical Object
      Pagination227-245 p.
      Number of Pages245
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6127929M
      LC Control Number52062164
      OCLC/WorldCa5084238

      Bibliography. Adams, G. I. () Physiographic divisions of Kansas: Kansas Acad. Sci. Trans., vol. 18, pp. Alden, W. C., and Leighton, M. M. () The.   The new fossils aren’t the first to come out of this site, called Corral Bluffs, which has been excavated for more than a century. But in .

      PALEONTOLOGICAL NOTES blance of the Hay Springs fauna to the Cra-gin Quarry fauna and its equivalents in Kansas. The Hay Springs local fauna of Matthew. Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology. Order Number Price. Volume I 1. Stratigraphy and Fauna of the Hackberry Stage of the Upper Devonian.

      Written in a popular manner for popular consumption the book contains more good The possible importance of other vertebrates in sardine investigations. Trans. 16th North Amer. Wildlife Conference, Wash-ington, pp. CLAUDE W. Vertebrate fossils from the Pleistocene Stump Arroyo member, Meade County, Kansas. Contrib. Mus. Vertebrate Fossils grid list. Click on a fossil photo for additional information and photos. Acrodus sp. – Shark tooth Riley County, Kansas, USA. Aspidorhynchus acutirostris. McAlester Member – Keota Sandstone Keota, Haskell County.


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Hibbard. Mastodon and other late Pleistocene vertebrate fossils (Holman and Brandt, ; Vertebrate Fossils from the Pleistocene Stump Arroyo Member, Meade County, Kansas. September   vertebrate fossils from the pleistocene stump arroyo member Vol.

ix, no. 7, pp. (6 pk., 1 fig.) decem vertebrate fossils from the pleistocene stump arroyo member, meade county, kansas. PLEISTOCENE STRATIGRAPBY IN KANSAS 67 Meade Gravels Member The basal sands and gravels are here designated as the Meade Gravels member of the Meade formation, thus retaining the name and the type locality given by Cragin, in the vicinity of the old Vanhem post office.

The type exposures are in Clark County (in. University of Kansas Science Bulletin 29 (Pt. 2), HIBBARD, C. Pleistocene stratigraphy and paleontology of Meade County, Kansas. Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan 7 (4), HIBBARD, C. Vertebrate fossils from late Cenozoic deposits of Central Kansas.

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Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press, [18]p. Full text of "Type and figured specimens of fossil vertebrates in the collection of the University of Kansas Museum of Natural History" See other formats.

Thickness a little more than 10 feet. Unconformably overlies Missler member (new) of Meade formation (redefined). In some areas where the Crooked Creek is not extensively developed, Pearlette Ash member rests directly on the Stump Arroyo.

Age is Pleistocene. Type locality: in sec. 21, T. 38 S., R. 28 W., Meade Co., southwestern KS. Author of The Pliocene rodent Microtoscoptes disjunctus (Wilson) from Idaho and Wyoming, Two late Pleistocene faunas from southwestern Kansas, A porcupine from the Pleistocene of Aguascalientes, Mexico, Techniques of collecting microvertebrate fossils, Fossils from the Seymour Formation of Knox and Baylor Counties, Texas, and their bearing on the late Kansan.

Chapter 3 of the book contains a checklist with all recognized valid fossil species of vertebrates known from Florida. It is an up-dated version of one compiled by Hulbert and published in by the FPS. The new checklist is current through works that were published and seen by Hulbert before July, A late Pleistocene deposit of 60 species of vertebrates and 12 of invertebrates is described from Robinson Cave, Overton County, Tennessee, U.S.A.

Forty-eight species of mammals are represented by at least 2, individuals; 10 % are extinct, 10 % occur in the state only as boreal relicts in the Great Smoky Mountains; 23 % no longer occur as.Hibbard, C.

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