• The Status of Bootherium Brazosis 

      E. Ray, Clayton (Texas Memorial Museum, The University of Texas at Austin, 1966-09)
      Abstract - The fossil musk ox Bootherium brazosis Hesse 1942 was distinguished as a species largely on the basis of spurious characters founded upon the misorientation of the type specimen. Correct orientation reveals that ...
    • Taxonomy of the Neotropical Hylidae 

      Lutz, Bertha (Texas Memorial Museum, The University of Texas at Austin, 1968-11)
      The Hylidae are arciferous, procoelian frogs, generally having maxillary teeth. Presumably derived from bufonid stock (Noble, 1931), one of the distinctive features of the family is the cartilage intercalated between the ...
    • Toxotherium (Mammalia: Rhinocerotoidea) from Western Jeff Davis County, Texas 

      Harris, John M. (Texas Memorial Museum, The University of Texas at Austin, 1967-12)
      A partial right ramus of Toxotherium contains the only known anterior cheek tooth of this genus. The geographic range of this genus is greatly extended by the occurrence of this specimen in Trans-Pecos Texas.