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Eocene Rodents, Pruett Formation, Southwest Texas; Their Pertinence to the Origin of the South African Caviomorpha
(Texas Memorial Museum, The University of Texas at Austin, 1973-11)
The rodents from three localities in the Pruett Formation of the Buck Hill Volcanic Group from the Big Bend region of Texas are described. Included are the paramyids Thishemys plicatus, Microparamys minutus, Lophiparamys ...
New Early Miocene Formation and Vertebrate Local Fauna, Big Bend National Park, Brewster County, Texas
(Texas Memorial Museum, The University of Texas at Austin, 1968-08)
The early Miocene Delaho (new) Formation is a locally derived sequence of basin fill sediments now severely deformed by later Tertiary normal faulting. These sediments contain the Castolon local fauna comprising seventeen ...
Further Study of Castolon Local Fauna (Early Miocene) Big Bend National Park, Texas
(Texas Memorial Museum, The University of Texas at Austin, 1977-12)
The Castolon local fauna has been restudied in the light of newly discovered specimens from the Delaho Formation. These help to affix a more precise, later Arikareean age for the assemblage. Six new taxa, including new ...
Early Tertiary Vertebrate Faunas Trans-Pecos Texas: Amynodontidae
(Texas Memorial Museum, The University of Texas at Austin, 1981-06)
Skulls, lower jaws and limb bones, identified as Amynodon advenus, were recovered from a quarry and from other localities at the same stratigraphic level in deposits of early Uintan age that contain the Whistler Squat local ...
Coryphodon (Mammalia, Pantodonta) From the Hannold Hill Formation, Eocene of Trans-Pecos Texas
(Texas Memorial Museum, The University of Texas at Austin, 1989-01)
Speciments of the large extinct pantodont Coryphodon from the Hannold Hill Formation, Brewster County, Texas belong to single species, Coryphodon molestus. A sample of Coryphodon molestus from one locality in the Hannold ...