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Carnegie Institution of Washington.
Miocene and Pliocene floras of western North America.
Washington, D.C., Carnegie institution of Washington, 1938
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Ralph W Chaney; Maxim K Elias; Erling Dorf; Daniel I Axelrod; Carlton Condit; Curtis Julian Hesse; Carnegie Institution of Washington.
|Notes:||Carnegie institution of Washington. Publication no. 476.
Descriptive letterpress on versos facing some of the plates.
Each paper also published separately.
|Description:||3 p.l., 3-272 p. illus., plates, maps. 26 cm.|
|Contents:||Late Tertiary floras from the High plains, by R.W. Chaney ... and M.K. Elias ... with a chapter on the Lower Pliocene vertebrate fossils from the Ogallala formation (Lavern zone) of Beaver county, Oklahoma, by C.J. Hesse <issued October 30, 1936> (Bibliography: p. 71-72). --
A late Tertiary flora from southwestern Idaho, by Erling Dorf <issued November 20, 1936>. --
A Pliocene flora from the Mount Eden beds, southern California, by D.I. Axelrod <issued May 28, 1937> The Deschutes flora of eastern Oregon, by R.W. Chaney <issued April 19, 1938> The San Pablo flora of west central California, by Carlton Condit <issued April 21, 1938>
|Series Title:||Contributions to paleontology (Carnegie Institution of Washington)|