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Carnegie Institution of Washington.
Studies on Cenozoic vertebrates of western North America.
Washington, D.C., Carnegie institution of Washington, 1938
|All Authors / Contributors:||Carnegie Institution of Washington.|
|Notes:||Descriptive letterpress on versos facing some of the plates.
Each paper also published separately.
|Description:||281 p. illus., plates, maps, diagrs. 26 cm.|
|Contents:||New middle Pliocene rodent and lagomorph faunas from Oregon and California, by R.W. Wilson <issued June 30, 1937>.--Pliocene rodents of western North America, by R.W. Wilson <issued July 23, 1937>.--A late Cenozoic vertebrate fauna from the Coso mountains, Inyo county, California, by J.R. Schultz <issued September 25, 1937>.--A late Quaternary mammal fauna from the tar seeps of McKittrick, California, by J.R. Schultz <issued July 6, 1938>.--The Rancho La Brea caracara: a new species, by Hildegrade Howard <issued July 7, 1938>.--Pliocene peccaries from the Pacific coast region of North America, by E.H. Colbert <issued May 25, 1938>.--Plants in the dung of Nothrotherium from Rampart and Muav caves, Arizona, by J.D. Laudermilk and P.A. Munz <issued May 6, 1938>|
|Series Title:||Carnegie Institution of Washington.; Publication; Carnegie Institution of Washington.; Contributions to palaeontology.|