Bulletin 122—Contributions to Late Cretaceous paleontology and stratigraphy of New Mexico, Part III
Compiled by D. L. Wolberg, 1988, 60 pp., 1 table, 57 figs., 1 appendix.
This is part of a series which includes Bulletin 114 and Circulars 180, 185, and 195. This bulletin deals with the Cretaceous of New Mexico. Contains six articles, five on the San Juan Basin and one on Late Cretaceous reptiles state-wide. The SJB contributions are on dinosaur footprints, dinosaur-skin impressions, insect larval cases, a reef complex built by the oyster Crassostrea solemiscus, and the historic/stratigraphic/paleontologic framework of the Fossil Forest.
Articles included are Regional historic, stratigraphic, and paleontologic framework of the Late Cretaceous Fossil Forest near Split Lip Flats, San Juan Basin, San Juan County, New Mexico by D. L. Wolberg, J. P. Hall, D. Bellis, W. X. Chavez, O. Anderson, R. Moro, and A. Gil, Dinosaur-skin impressions from the Fruitland Formation of the Fossil Forest, San Juan Basin, San Juan County, New Mexico by J. P. Hall, D. L. Wolberg, and S. West, Probable caddisfly larval cases from the Fruitland Formation of the Fossil Forest, San Juan Basin, San Juan County, New Mexico by D. L. Wolberg, J. P. Hall, and J. Zidek, First record of dinosaur footprints from the Fruitland Formation, San Juan Basin, San Juan County, New Mexico by D. L. Wolberg, J. P. Hall, and D. Bellis, Facies, paleoecology, and paleoenvironment of a Carssostrea soleniscus reef complex, Cretaceous, San Juan Basin, New Mexico by T. J. Brown, and Some Late Cretaceous reptiles from New Mexico by S. G. Lucas, A. P. Hunt, and R. Pence.
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