2 edition of Additions to the Miocene fauna of north Florida. found in the catalog.
Additions to the Miocene fauna of north Florida.
Theodore Elmer White
in Cambridge, Mass
Written in English
|Series||Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoölogy at Harvard College,, v. 99, no. 4, Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology ;, v. 99, no. 4.|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .H3 vol. 99, no. 4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| l., -515 p.|
|Number of Pages||515|
|LC Control Number||a 48000637|
Contributions to the Tertiary Fauna of Florida: With Especial Reference to the Miocene Silex-Beds of Tampa and the Pliocene Beds of the Caloosahatchie River Paperback – Febru by William Healey Dall (Author) › Visit Amazon's William Healey Dall Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Reviews: 1. In the North the strata are unconsolidated sands and clays with local accumulations of diatom ooze, as at Richmond,Va. (seep. ), but in Florida they are compact limestones, and in Georgia, limestones and conglomerates. Owing to the nearly complete closing of the Mississippi embayment, Miocene strata do not extend into Tennessee and Arkansas.
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Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Contributions to the Tertiary Fauna of Florida: With Special Reference to the Miocene Silex-beds Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. The Charlton Formation of northeastern Florida and southeastern Georgia has been provisionally dated as Late Miocene on the basis of molluscan affinities with the Arca faunizone of the Florida panhandle (Waller, ). In addition, the molluscan fauna of a portion of the upper part of the Tamiami Formation of southern Florida is similar to that.
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Miocene and Pliocene birds from the Lee Creek Mine, North Carolina. Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology 9 Holman, J. First report of an Eocene reptile fauna from Florida, USA. Palaeovertebrata 30() 10 O’Sullivan, J. A new species of Archaeohippus (Mammalia, Equidae) from the Arikareean of central.
were a few notable trends in mammalian evolution during the Miocene epoch. The prehistoric horses of North America took advantage of the spread of open grasslands and began to evolve toward their modern form; transitional genera included Hypohippus, Merychippus and Hipparion (oddly enough, Miohippus, the "Miocene horse," actually lived during the Oligocene epoch!).
Oligocene fossils in Florida provide evidence for a diverse terrestrial fauna. During the early Miocene uplift and mountain building filled in the Suwannee Strait. At this point coral reefs were forming in the Florida Keys. The Thomas Farm Quarry is the richest source of Miocene.
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In book: Geology and Vertebrate Paleontology of Western and Southern North America, Publisher: Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Editors: Xiaoming Wang, Lawrence G. Barnes, pp Vertebrate fossils from ten localities, spread across northern Florida, give evidence of shorelines and deltas that have previously been established on geologic evidence or invertebrates alone.
Terrestrial mammal remains, in association with shallow-water forms, indicate a deltaic assemblage and in several instances specific animals suggest. Download RIS citations.
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An early Miocene (Arikareean) fauna from northcentral Florida (the SB-1A Local Fauna). Occasional Papers of the Museum of Natural History, University of Kansas, 75, 1– Galbreath, E.
Book 1. United States Geological Survey of the Territories Report 3: 1 The lower Miocene mammal fauna of Florida. White, T. Additions to the Miocene fauna of north Florida.
Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology Contributions to the Tertiary fauna of Florida with especial reference to the Miocene silex-beds of Tampa and the Pliocene beds of the Calooshatchie River. by William Healey Dall. Published in [Philadelphia.
Oligocene fossils in Florida provide evidence for a diverse terrestrial fauna. During the early Miocene uplift and mountain building filled in the Suwannee Strait.
At this point coral reefs were forming in the Florida Thomas Farm Quarry is the richest source of Miocene. Books to Borrow. Top Full text of "Fauna and paleoecology of the late Miocene moss acres racetrack site, Marion County, Florida" See other formats.
Sellards. Fossil vertebrates from Florida: A new Miocene fauna; new Pliocene species; the Pleistocene fauna. Florida State Geological Survey Annual Report – S. Olsen. The stratigraphic importance of a Lower Miocene vertebrate fauna from north Florida.
Journal of Paleontology 38(3)– Collected by S. During the Miocene Epoch ( million years ago) the South American plate was again drifting north, slowly uplifting the southern peninsula.
This, along with sands and clays eroded from the Piedmont highlands of central Georgia and Alabama, created what is now south and central Florida. A new vertebrate fauna has been recovered from the Dogtown Member of the Torreya Formation, Hawthorn Group (early to middle Miocene), northern Gadsden County, Florida.
The Florida mouse (a species of special concern) and Goff’s pocket gopher are some of the mammals found in this area. Some birds are the Eastern towhee, Florida scrub jay (threatened), common yellowthroat warbler, and great-crested flywatcher.
Crocodylian fossils occur in Florida from the Eocene onward, spanning nearly the entire geologic history of Florida's developing terrestrial landmass (Hulbert,Meylan et al., ).Crocodylians have an especially good fossil record in Florida from the early Miocene and thereafter, with a peak in abundance during the late Miocene (Brochu,Meylan et al., ).
South-central Florida’s latest Hemphillian Palmetto Fauna includes two machairodontine felids, the lion-sized Machairodus coloradensis and a smaller, jaguar-sized species, initially referred to Megantereon hesperus based on a single, relatively incomplete mandible.
This made the latter the oldest record of Megantereon, suggesting a New World origin of the genus. to link the Miocene land fauna of Florida with that of the Great Plains area, as already indicated by White () on the basis of the mammals of the Additions to the Miocene fauna of north Florida.
Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 99 (4), figs. WOOD, ALBERT E. Miocene rodents from Florida. Bull. Mus. Comp. to link the Miocene land fauna of Florida with that of the Great Plains area, as already indicated by White () on the basis of the mammals of the Additions to the Miocene fauna of Florida.
A new alligator from the Miocene of Florida. Cop&a, (1), figs. l Additions to the Miocene fauna of north Florida. Bull. Mm. The first edition of Florida's Living Beaches () was widely praised. Now, the second edition of this supremely comprehensive guide has even more to satisfy the curious beachcomber, including expanded content and additional accounts with Reviews: The Pliocene (/ ˈ p l aɪ.
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