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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Carnegie Institution of Washington.
Studies of Cenozoic vertebrates and stratigraphy of western North America .
Washington, D.C., 1940
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Paul C Henshaw; Carnegie Institution of Washington.
|Description:||iii, 194 pages : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm.|
|Contents:||A Tertiary mammalian fauna from the Avawatz Mountains, San Bernardino County, California / by Paul C. Henshaw --
Rodents and lagomorphs of the late Tertiary Avawatz fauna, California / by Robert W. Wilson --
The avifauna associated with human remains at Rancho La Brea, California / by Hildegarde Howard and Alden H. Miller --
Skull and skeletal remains of the camel Paratylopus cameloides (Wortman) from the John Day deposits, Oregon / by Jack F. Dougherty --
California paramyid rodents / by Robert W. Wilson --
Two new Eocene rodents from California / by Robert W. Wilson --
Pareumys remains from the later Eocene of California / by Robert W. Wilson --
A new Miocene mammalian fauna from Caliente Mountain, California / by Jack F. Dougherty --
Stratigraphy of the easternmost Ventura Basin, California, with a description of a new Lower Miocene mammalian fauna from the Tick Canyon Formation / by Richard H. Jahns.
|Series Title:||Contributions to paleontology (Carnegie Institution of Washington); Carnegie Institution of Washington publication, 514.|
|Responsibility:||Paul C. Henshaw [and others].|