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RI0014D. Recognition of Hipparions and Other Horses in the Middle Miocene Mammalian Faunas of the Texas Gulf Region, by J. H. Quinn [and] New Paleocene and Lower Eocene Vertebrate Localities, Big Bend National Park, Texas, by J. A. Wilson, R. A. Maxwell, J. T. Lonsdale, and J. H. Quinn. 7 p., 1952. doi.org/10.23687/RI0014D. Downloadable PDF.
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RECOGNITION OF HIPPARIONS AND OTHER HORSES IN THE MIDDLE MIOCENE MAMMALIAN FAUNAS OF THE TEXAS GULF REGION, by James Harrison Quinn
NEW PALEOCENE AND LOWER EOCENE VERTEBRATE LOCALITIES, BIG BEND NATIONAL PARK, TEXAS, by John A. Wilson, Ross A. Maxwell, John T. Lonsdale, and James H. Quinn
[Neither article contains an Abstract or an index map.]
Keywords: faunas, Gulf Coast, Big Bend, fossils, Miocene, Eocene, Texas
Quinn, J. H., 1952, Recognition of Hipparions and Other Horses in the Middle Miocene Mammalian Faunas of the Texas Gulf Region, and Wilson, J. A., Maxwell, R. A., Lonsdale, J. T., and Quinn, J. H., 1952, New Paleocene and Lower Eocene Vertebrate Localities, Big Bend National Park, Texas: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, Report of Investigations No. 14, 7 p. doi.org/10.23867/RI0014D.