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new species of Menoceras from the Marsland Formation of Nebraska

Lloyd G. Tanner

new species of Menoceras from the Marsland Formation of Nebraska

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Published by University of Nebraska State Museum in [Lincoln] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nebraska,
  • Morrill County.
    • Subjects:
    • Diceratherium falkenbachi.,
    • Paleontology -- Miocene.,
    • Paleontology -- Nebraska -- Morrill County.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 213.

      Statement[by] Lloyd G. Tanner.
      SeriesBulletin of the University of Nebraska State Museum ;, v. 9, no. 8
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQ11 .N35 vol. 9, no. 8, QE882.U6 .N35 vol. 9, no. 8
      The Physical Object
      Pagination205-213 p.
      Number of Pages213
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5394809M
      LC Control Number72612398

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A new species of Menoceras from the marsland formation of Nebraska: Author(s): Tanner, Lloyd G. Year published: Journal: Bulletin University Nebraska State Museum: Volume: (9) 8.

A new species of rhinoceros, Menoceras marslandensis, is here proposed. It is new species of Menoceras from the Marsland Formation of Nebraska book upon a nearly complete skull from the upper part of the Marsland Formation, Hemingford Group (Miocene), of Box Butte County, Nebraska.

The new species was probably derived from Menoceras arikarense (Barbour), collected from the Agate Springs Quarries (Arikaree Group, Harrison Formation) of Sioux County Cited by: 6.

A New Rhinoceros from the Nebraska Miocene LLOYD G. TANNER A new species of rhinoceros, Menoceras marslandensis, is here proposed.

It is based upon a nearly complete skull from the upper part of the Marsland Forma­ tion, Hemingford Group (Miocene), of Box Butte County, Nebraska. The new species was probably derived from Menoceras arikarense Cited by: 6.

A new species of rhinoceros, Menoceras marslandensis, is here proposed. It is based upon a nearly complete skull from the upper part of the Marsland Formation, Hemingford Group (Miocene), of Box.

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