2 edition of new pleistocene fauna from Harper County, Oklahoma found in the catalog.
new pleistocene fauna from Harper County, Oklahoma
Dwight W. Taylor
by Oklahoma Geological Survey in Norman, OK
|Statement||by Dwight W. Taylor and Claude W. Hibbard.|
|Series||Circular (Oklahoma Geological Survey) -- no. 37|
|Contributions||Hibbard, Claude William, 1905-1973., Oklahoma Geological Survey.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||23 p. :|
|Number of Pages||23|
Sympatric Pleistocene to Holocene occurrences of Lemmiscus and Brachylagus previously were reported from 28 localities, only 6 of which are outside their common modern range (numbers corresponding to those in Fig. 1): an Irvingtonian fauna in (1) Porcupine Cave, central Colorado (Barnosky and Rasmussen, ); and Rancholabrean faunas at (2. When completed, the Flora of Oklahoma will include full descriptions and illustrations for each species of vascular plants in the state of Oklahoma. Flora of Oklahoma Keys and Description, Second Edition (Aug. ), is available for $35 (plus $ shipping and handling) at the “Order” page.
Geologic units in Harper county, Oklahoma. Additional scientific data in this geographic area. Terrace Deposits (Pleistocene) at surface, covers 28 % of this area. WOODWARD- Lenticular and interfingering deposits of light-tan to gray gravel, sand, silt, clay, and volcanic . Additional Pleistocene Fishes from Kansas and Oklahoma C. LAVETT SMITH IN a previous paper (Smith, ) I re-ported on some Pleistocene fish remains of the Berends Local Fauna from Beaver County, Oklahoma. Additional collecting in that part of the High Plains has yielded fish fossils from strata of comparable age in two other localities.
MAMMALS OF THE DUCK CREEK LOCAL FAUNA, LATE PLEISTOCENE OF KANSAS Description of material.-Sorex kansasensis was described as a new species pri-marily on the basis of the P4 (McMullen, ). ), Doby Springs local fauna (Illinoian) from Harper County, Oklahoma (Stephens, ), Kentuck local fauna (Kansan) from McPherson County. quaternary geologic map of the wichita 4° x 6° quadrangle, united states. quaternary geologic atlas of the united states. map i (nj) prepared in cooperation with.
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