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Carnegie Institution of Washington.
Papers concerning the palæontology of California, Arizona, and Idaho.
[Washington] Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1934
|All Authors / Contributors:||
John C Merriam; Chester Stock; George D Louderback; Francis D Bode; Robert W Wilson; Edwin D McKee; Carnegie Institution of Washington.
|Notes:||Descriptive letterpress on versos facing some of the plates.
Each paper also published separately in 1933.
|Description:||2 p. l., 135,  p. illus. (incl. maps) plates. 26 cm.|
|Contents:||Tertiary mammals from the auriferous gravels near Columbia, California, by J.C. Merriam and Chester Stock.--Notes on the geologic section near Columbia, California, with special reference to the occurrence of fossils in the auriferous gravels, by G.D. Louderback.--Perissodactyla from the Sespe of the Las Posas hills, California, by Chester Stock.--Carnivora from the Sespe of the Las Posas hills, California, by Chester Stock.--Anchitheriine horses from the Merychippus zone of the North Coalinga district, California, by F.D. Bode.--Pleistocene mammalian fauna from the Carpinteria asphalt, by R.W. Wilson.--The Coconino sandstone, its history and origin, by E.D. McKee. (Bibliography: p. 115)--A rodent fauna from later Cenozoic beds of southwestern Idaho, by R.W. Wilson.|
|Series Title:||Contributions to palæontology; Carnegie Institution of Washington publication, no. 440.|