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Devil's Graveyard Formation (New) Eocene and Oligocene Age Trans-Pecos Texas
(Texas Memorial Museum, The University of Texas at Austin, 1984)
The Devil's Graveyard Formation (new, Eocene and Oligocene) is described as that part of the Buck Hill Group above the Cretaceous and beneath the Mitchell Mesa Rhyolite or the Yellow conglomerate of Moon (1953). It replaces ...
Carnivorous Mammals of the Late Eocene and Early Ogliocene of Trans-Pecos Texas
(Texas Memorial Museum, The University of Texas at Austin, 1986-12)
The fossil carnivore fauna of the late Eocene (Bridgerian-Uintan) and early Oligocene (Chadronian) of Trans-Pecos Texas includes specimens from stratigraphically superimposed faunas of three areas: the Sierra Vieja (Vieja ...
The Arroyo Formaton (Leonardian: Lower Permian) and Its Vertebrate Fossils
(Texas Memorial Museum, The University of Texas at Austin, 1989-07)
Studies of the Arroyo formation from northern Haskell County south to Runnels County, Texas trace the changes in organisms and environments from the classic terrestrial beds of Baylor and Wilbarger Counties to the fully ...