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new fossil tortoise from the Thomas Farm Miocene of Florida.

Ernest E. Williams

new fossil tortoise from the Thomas Farm Miocene of Florida.

by Ernest E. Williams

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Published by Printed for the Museum in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tortoises, Fossil.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 549.

    SeriesBulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College, v. 107, no. 11, Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology ;, 107, no. 11.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL1 .H3 vol. 107, no. 11
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[537]-554 p.
    Number of Pages554
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL204576M
    LC Control Numbera 53004585
    OCLC/WorldCa14561434

    A variety of Miocene fossils are know from central Delaware. Fossils from the Miocene epoch, approximately 15 million years in age, have been found in the banks of the Coursey and Killen Ponds near Felton. This is addition to the fossils found at Pollack Farm. For more information. Photo Search Photo Galleries New Photos Today New Photos Yesterday Members' Photo Galleries Past Photo of the Day Gallery Mineral Photography. BETA TEST - Fossil data and pages are very much experimental and under development. Please report any problems.

    The late Professor Henry Stetson, sedimentologist with the Geology Depart- Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatol., PalaeoecoL, 5 () MIOCENE VERTEBRATES AND NORTH FLORIDA SHORELINES ment of Harvard University, ran laboratory tests on clay samples collected from a particularly rich fossil bearing zone of the Thomas Farm Quarry.   Fossil of ungulate hoof dug up at Thomas Farm on 11/5/ Picking through the spoils pile at Thomas Farm. Long view of the dig site, with tarps covering unexcavated portions of the grid.

    Dave Frailey, and I spent many days during the summer of traveling to the Thomas Farm fossil locality near Bell in Gilchrist County, Florida, in search of early Miocene vertebrate fossils. It was hot, humid, and buggy heat and sweat pouring from our skins. After an intense day of fossil collecting, we. The Pollack Farm Site has provided the first legitimate window of Miocene reptilian life in North America east of the great plains and north of Florida. In years prior to the excavation of the Pollack site, records of particular small lizards and snakes were non-existent in locations of the mid-Atlantic and northeast, thus providing a.


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Fossil material from eight Florida localities is presented here. dian Thomas Farm Garman, S. On a tortoise. The Thomas Farm site, now managed by the Florida Museum of Natural History, was named for original owner Raeford Thomas. When he dug a well inhe didn’t find water but he did uncover fossils.

Since then, researchers have dug down about 10 m and they estimate that the sinkhole goes down another 10 m based on core samples of the earth. FOSSIL TESTUDININE TURTLES OF FLORIDA GENERA GEOCHELONE AND FLORIDEMYS Walter Auffenberg UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Gainesville Numbers of the BULLETIN OF THE FLORIDA STATE MUSEUM are published at irregular intervals.

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Annual Report of the Florida Geological Survey – 23 Wark, A. Description of a giant fossil tortoise from the Pliocene of Florida. Florida Naturalist – 24 Williams, E. A new fossil tortoise from the Thomas Farm Miocene of Florida.

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Hydraspis leithii (Carter) in the Eocene of India is a Pelomedusid. Our volunteer fossil dig was at the famous Miocene site Thomas Farm in rural Gilchrist County, Florida. It ran from October 24 through November Despite a couple of rained-out days near the end which limited us to 18 working days, we had a great response from the public, with different participants working a total of hours.

An Inside Look at an 18 Million-year-old Fossil Dig Site in Florida. It took only 10 minutes for paleontologists to dig up a scientifically important tortoise fossil this fall when a group of. Miocene rodents from the Thomas Farm local fauna, Florida.

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Paleontology -- Miocene. Paleontology -- Florida -- .The Thomas Farm site, now managed by the Florida Museum of Natural History, was named for original owner Raeford Thomas.

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