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STATE OF FLORIDA
STATE BOARD OF CONSERVATION
Ernest Mitts, Director


FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Robert O. Vernon, Director





SPECIAL PUBLICATION NO. 3





A LIST, BIBLIOGRAPHY, AND INDEX

OF THE FOSSIL VERTEBRATES OF FLORIDA






By
Clayton E. Ray
Museum of Comparative Zoology
Harvard University
Cambridge, Massachusetts


Tallahassee, Florida
1957















STATE OF FLORIDA
STATE BOARD OF CONSERVATION
Ernest Mitts, Director


FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Robert O. Vernon, Director





SPECIAL PUBLICATION NO. 3





A LIST, BIBLIOGRAPHY, AND INDEX

OF THE FOSSIL VERTEBRATES OF FLORIDA






By
Clayton E. Ray
Museum of Comparative Zoology
Harvard University
Cambridge, Massachusetts


Tallahassee, Florida
1957
























TABLE OF CONTENTS


Introduction ................................................. 1

Part I List of the Fossil Vertebrates ........................ 5

Part II Bibliography........................................ 23

Part III Index of Localities ............................. .. ... 67

Part IV Taxonomic Index ................................. 97







A LIST, BIBLIOGRAPHY, AND INDEX


OF THE FOSSIL VERTEBRATES OF FLORIDA

By

Clayton E. Ray

Museum of Comparative Zoology
Harvard University
Cambridge, Massachusetts


INTRODUCTION

The present contribution consists of the following major parts:
I. List of the fossil vertebrates
II. Bibliography
III. Index of localities
IV. Taxonomic index

Part I is intendedto provide a compact overallview of the fauna. For
the sake of brevity, justificationfor inclusions and exclusions, synonyms,
and annotations are relegated to the taxonomic index. Vernacular (not
necessarily "common") names accompany scientific names wherever
possible for the convenience of the nonspecialist. An attempt has been
made to follow the usage of a limited number of comprehensive taxonomic
sources, which are as follows: Chondrichthyes, Bigelow (and Schroeder),
1948, 1953; Osteichthyes, Jordan (and Evermann and Clark), 1930,
Romer, 1945; Amphibia, Romer, 1945, Schmidt, 1953; Reptilia, 1 Love-
ridge (and Williams), 1957 (genera of Testudininae), Romer, 1956
(supraspecific classification); Schmidt, 1953 (specific nomenclature),
Williams, E.E., 1950 (species of Testudininae); Aves,2 Bock, 1956
(Ardeidae), Wetmore, 1956; Mammalia, Miller, G.S. (and Kellogg),
1955 (specific nomenclature), Simpson, G.G., 1945A (supraspecific
classification).

Entries in the list and taxonomic index are not restricted to specifi-
cally identified forms since imperfect records sometimes suggest the
most provocative areas for future research [e.g., Daeodon, Felis
(Noctifelis or Herpailurus), and true Ursus]. It will be noted that the
dates of description cited herein for certain species differ from those
cited by some previous authors. These are with one exception (Geochelone

IAuffenberg (1956, ms. )will undoubtedly become the standard refer-
ence on fossil snakes of Florida.
ZFor a differing taxonomic treatment of certain birds (especially
Ardeidae, Laterallus, Coturnicops, and Porzana) see Blair, W.F.,
Blair, A.P., Brodkorb, P., Cagle, F.R., and Moore, G.A., 1957,
Vertebrates of the United States: McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., New
York, Toronto, London, 819 p. This publication was not seen in time
for consideration.

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louisekressmanni) descriptions published in the Proceedings of the
Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. Previously the dates
generally cited have been those of the oral presentation before the
Academy, not those of publication.

In many cases the inclusion or exclusion of a record from the list
has had to be decided on inadequate evidence. Such questionable deci-
sions are usually revealed by a "see index" note. Certain genera under
which a plethora of specific names exists have been entered in the list
only on the generic level, references to the reported species being
available in the taxonomic index. Such treatment seems preferable to
creating the impression that, for example, some 10 species of Pseudemys
or five of Mylohyus can be recognized from the Pleistocene of Florida.
It is not intended to thus summarilydiscardthe named species, but their
status remains to be clarified by revisionary studies. The treatment of
the Miocene Artiodactyla of the Thomas Farm is based upon an unpub-
lished list of the Thomas Farm mammals prepared byProfessor Bryan
Patterson and on the present author's studies in progress.

Previous bibliographies of the fossil vertebrates include the general
ones of Hay (1902a, 1929, 1930c) and Camp (1940, 1942, 1949, 1953)
and the exclusively Floridian one of Sellards (1916d). Sherman (1952)
treats both fossil and Recent mammals of Florida. Rouse (1947, p. 72-
79, 165-169) and Sellards (1940, 1947, 1952) are valuable guides to the
literature on early man. An introduction to the general geological
literature of Florida is available from Sellards (1908c) and Cooke (1945,
p. 315-326). Although a few titles from the extra-North American
literature are included others undoubtedly exist for a systematic search
of the foreign literature was not made.

The index of localities includes such names as "Alachua clays" and
"Bone Valley'3which are strictly speaking stratigraphic rather than
geographic entities. However these terms designate particular regions,
and much of the material collected in the early years bears no further
data. With these exceptions a stratigraphic index has not been compiled
since it would necessarily parallel the index of localities very closely.
Also included are a few important extra-Floridian localities, with which
Floridian faunas have been or should be closely compared.


The term "Bone Valley" should be used to define a geographic
boundary, rather than a stratigraphic unit, as beds ranging from the
Miocene through the Pleistocene are known to occur in the "Bone Valley, "
as defined by earlier workers. Terrestrial vertebrates, known else-
where from the Pliocene, have been recorded as occurring in the Bone
Valleybeds. There has been considerable confusionandaltered opinions
among previousworkers as to age determinations of thesebeds. Evalu-
ation of the work by state and federal agencies is in progress at this
time and it is hoped that a solution to this problem will be forthcoming
in the near future editor.






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The taxonomic index is arranged alphabeticallyby genus and species
or to the narrowest higher taxon to which the fossil has been identified.
Synonyms, nomina nuda, and nomina vana, as well as valid names are
indexed. Under those localities or species having an inordinately large
literature (e. g., Vero with 126 entries and Homo sapiens with 102) an
asterisk (*) precedes the reference or references (if any) providing a
comprehensive treatment of thelocalityor species. The asteriskserves
as a time saving device for the casualresearcher andnot as an indicator
of relative merit of the papers involved.

No attempt has been made to put a fine point upon the Pleistocene-
Recent boundary, since such an attempt would inevitably have led into
controversial and in part semantic problems which would onlyhave im-
peded the compilation of the bibliography. In fact, the boundary has
been freely transgressed whenever it seemed that a record, though
assuredly Recent, might contribute to an understanding of the historyof
Florida's vertebrate fauna. Such records include the great auk (Blatchley,
1902), the beaver (Allen, G.M., 1942 and Houck, 1951), and the flat-
tailed muskrat (Neill, 1955). Unquestionably the "Pleistocene" faunas
from springs and stream beds contain a generous admixture of Recent
bones.

The list of people who have given freely of their time and knowledge
is long, and any merit possibly accruing to the present contribution is
largely theirs. The author alone is responsible for the errors and
omissions which have undoubtedly crept in. The librarians of the Museum
of Comparative Zoology and the Peabody Museum of Harvard, and of the
Florida Geological Surveyhave been very helpful. Drs. W. Auffenberg,
R.S. Bader, P. Brodkorb, C.L. Camp, C.S. Ray, H.B. Sherman,
E.E. Williams, and H.E. Wood and Messrs. B. Patterson and S.J.
Olsen have all contributed valuable information either in conversation
or by correspondence. Various sections of the manuscript have been
readand criticized by Professors PattersonandBrodkorb, Dr. Williams,
and Mr. Olsen. It is a pleasure to acknowledge the encouragement and
cooperation received from Mr. Olsen andDr. Herman Gunter, Director,
Florida Geological Survey, throughout the course of the project and in
particular during the summer of 1956. The entire manuscript has been
typed by my wife, Donna R. Ray. The work was carried out while on
the tenure of two National Science Foundation predoctoral fellowships
(1955-1956, 1956-1957) and with financial assistance from the Florida
Geological Survey during the summer of 1956. The bibliography was
closedonSeptember 15, 1957; thus with the exception of a small number
of entries in advanced manuscript stage or in press, only the literature
of the first half of 1957 is included.



























PART I


LIST OF THE FOSSIL VERTEBRATES






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I. LIST OF THE FOSSIL VERTEBRATES
CHONDRICHTHYES: SHARKS, SKATES, RAYS,
AND CHIMAEROIDS


MIOCENE AND/OR PLIOCENE
Selachii: Modern sharks
Carchariidae: Sand sharks
Carcharias Rafinesque 1810, sp. indet.: Sand shark
Isuridae: Mackerel sharks, man-eater sharks
Lamna Cuvier 1817, sp. indet.: Porbeagle or mackerel shark
Lamna cuspidataAgassiz 1843: Extinct porbeagle or mackerel
shark
Isurus Rafinesque 1810, sp. indet.: Sharp-nosed mackerel
shark, mako
Carcharodon Agassiz 1838, sp. indet.: White shark, man-
eater
Carcharodon auriculatus (Blainville) 1818: Extinct white shark
or man-eater
Carcharodon megalodon Agassiz 1837: Extinct white shark,
man-eater
Orectolobidae: Carpet sharks, nurse sharks
Ginglymostoma serra (Leidy) 1877: Extinct nurse shark
Carcharhinidae
Galeocerdo MUller and Henle 1837, sp. indet.: Tiger shark,
leopard shark
Galeocerdo aduncus Agassiz 1843: Extinct tiger shark
Carcharhinus Blainville 1816, sp. indet.
Hemipristis Agassiz 1843, sp. indet.
Hemipristis serra Agassiz 1843: Extinct shark
Batoidei: Skates, rays
Pristidae: Sawfishes
Pristis aquitanicus Delfortrie 1871: Extinct sawfish
Dasyatidae: Sting or whip rays
Gen. et sp. indet.
Myliobatidae: Eagle rays
Myliobatis Cuvier 1817, sp. indet.: Eagle ray
Rhinopteridae: Cow-nosed rays
Rhinoptera Cuvier 1829, sp. indet.: Cow-nosed ray

PLEISTOCENE
Selachii: Modern sharks
Carchariidae: Sand sharks
Carcharias Rafinesque 1810, sp. indet.: Sand shark
Isuridae: Mackerel sharks, man-eater sharks
Lamna Cuvier 1817, sp. indet.: Porbeagle or mackerel shark
Isurus Rafinesque 1810, sp. indet.: Sharp-nosed mackerel
shark, mako






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CarcharodonAgassiz 1838, sp. indet.: White shark, man-eater
Carcharhinidae
Galeocerdo MUller and Henle 1837, sp. indet.: Tiger shark,
leopard shark
Carcharhinus Blainville 1816, sp. indet.
Hemipristis Agassiz 1843, sp. indet.
Batoidei: Skates, rays
Myliobatidae: Eagle rays
Myliobatis Cuvier 1817, sp. indet.: Eagle ray
Aetobatus Blainville 1816, sp. indet.: Duck-billed ray
Aetobatus narirari (Euphrasen) 1790: Spotted duck-billed ray,
spotted eagle ray

OSTEICHTHYES: BONY FISH

EOCENE
Acanthopterygii: Spiny teleosts
Holocentridae: Squirrel fishes and soldier fishes
Holocentrites ovalis Conrad 1941: Extinct squirrel fish

OLIGOCENE
Acanthopterygii: Spiny teleosts
Lutianidae: Snappers
Lutianus avus W.K. Gregory 1930: Extinct snapper

MIOCENE
Acanthopterygii: Spiny teleosts
Diodontidae: Porcupine fishes
Diodon circumflexus Leriche 1942: Extinct porcupine fish
Sphyraenidae: Barracudas
Dictyodus Owen 1838 (1839), sp. indet.: Extinct barracuda
(see index)
Labridae: Wrasse fishes
Gen. et sp. indet.

PLIOCENE
Acanthopterygii: Spiny teleosts
Labridae: Wrasse fishes
Gen. et sp. indet.

PLEISTOCENE
Semionotoidea
Lepidosteidae: Gar pikes
Atractosteus lapidosus Hay 1919: Extinct alligator gar
Lepidosteus (Cylindrosteus) platystomus (Rafinesque) 1820:
Short-nosed gar
Lepidosteus Lacep6d; 1803, sp. indet.: Gar pike
Amioidea
Amiidae
Amia calvus Linnaeus 1766: Bowfin, dogfish






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Acanthopterygii: Spiny teleosts
Labridae: Wrasse fishes
Gen. et sp. indet. (see index)
Carangidae: Cavallas and pampanos
Caranxhippos (Linnaeus) 1766: Crevalle'
Caranx Lac6pede 1802, sp. indet.
Ephippidae: Spadefishes
Chaetodipterus faber Broussonet 1782: Spadefish
Diodontidae: Porcupine fishes
Diodon Linnaeus 1758, sp. indet.

AGE UNCERTAIN
Isospondyli: Primitive teleosts
Enchodontidae: Extinct family
Enchodus Agassiz 1843, sp. indet.: Extinct genus (see index)


AMPHIBIA: FROGS, SALAMANDERS, AND ALLIES

MIOCENE
Anura (Salientia): Frogs and toads
Pelobatidae
Scaphiopus cf. holbrooki (Harlan) 1835: Eastern spadefoot toad
Leptodactylidae ?
Familial assignment uncertain (see index)
Bufonidae
Bufo praevius Tihen 1951: Extinct toad
Bufo Laurenti 1768, sp. indet.: Possibly aberrantBufo praevius
Hylidae
Hyla goini Auffenberg 1956: Extinct tree toad
Microhylidae
Microhyla Tschudi 1839, sp. indet.: Toad
Ranidae
Rana Linnaeus 1758, sp. indet.: Frog
Urodela (Caudata): Salamanders
Sirenidae
Siren hesterna Goin and Auffenberg 1955: Extinct siren

PLIOCENE
Anura (Salientia): Frogs and toads
Bufonidae
Bufo tiheni Auffenberg 1957: Extinct toad
Ranidae
Rana cf. pipiens Schreber 1782: Leopard frog
Urodela (Caudata): Salamanders
Sirenidae
Siren simpsoni Goin and Auffenberg 1955: Extinct siren
Pseudobranchus vetustus Goin and .Auffenberg 1955: Extinct
mud siren


PLEISTOCENE
Anura (Salientia): Frogs and toads







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B ufonidae
Bufo terrestris (Bonnaterre) 1789: Common American toad
Ranidae
Rana grylio Stejneger 1901: Pig frog
Urodela (Caudata): Salamanders
Sirenidae
Siren lacertina Linnaeus 1766: Great siren
Pseudobranchus robustus Goin and Auffenberg 1955: Extinct
mud siren
Amphiumidae
Amphiuma means Garden 1821: Congo eel, lamper eel, mud eel


REPTILIA: TURTLES, SNAKES, LIZARDS, AND CROCODILIANS

CRETACEOUS
Chelonia (Testudinata): Turtles
Bones as yet undescribed, from a depth of 9210 feet in an oil test
well, Okeechobee County, Florida (FGS V-5540).

MIOCENE
Chelonia (Testudinata): Turtles
Testudinidae: Pond turtles, land tortoises
Pseudemys Gray 1855, sp. indet.: TerrapinalliedtoPseudemys
floridana group
Geochelone tedwhitei (Williams) 1953: Extinct land tortoise
Squamata: Lizards and snakes
Anguidae: Slow worms, glass lizards
Peltosaurus floridanus Vanzolini 1952: Extinct glass lizard
Boidae: Boas
Neurodromicus stanolseni Vanzolini 1952: Extinct bold
Neurodromicus barbouri Vanzolini 1952: Extinct boid
Ogmophis pauperrimus Vanzolini 1952: Extinct boid
Crocodilia: Crocodiles, alligators, gavials
Crocodylidae
Alligator olseni White 1942: Extinct alligator

PLIOCENE
Chelonia (Testudinata): Turtles
Testudinidae: Pond turtles, land tortoises
Pseudemys caelata Hay 1908: Extinct terrapin
Terrapene putnami Hay 1906: Extinct box turtle (see index)
Floridemys nanus (Hay) 1916: Extinct dwarf tortoise
Gopherus hayi (Sellards) 1916: Extinct gopher tortoise
Geochelone louisekressmanni(Wark) 1928: Extinct giant tortoise
Squamata: Lizards and snakes
Anguidae: Slow worms, glass lizards
Ophisaurus ventralis (Linnaeus) 1766: Common glass lizard
Viperidae: Vipers, pit vipers
Crotaline, genus and species not specified
Crocodilia: Crocodiles, alligators, gavials
Crocodylidae
Gavialosuchus americanus (Sellards) 1915: Extinct gavial






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PLEISTOCENE
Chelonia (Testudinata): Turtles
Chelydridae: Snapping turtles
Chelydra Schweigger 1812, sp. indet.: Loggerhead snapper
Chelydra laticarinata Hay 1916: Extinct loggerhead snapper
Chelydra sculpta Hay 1916: Extinct loggerhead snapper
Macroclemys temmincki (Troost) 1835; Alligator snapper
Testudinidae: Pond turtles, land tortoises
Deirochelys floridana Hay 1908: Extinct chicken turtle
Pseudemys Gray 1855, sp. indet.: Terrapin (see index)
Pseudemys floridana persimilis Hay 1916: Terrapin
Pseudemys scripta Schoepff 1792: Pond terrapin
Pseudemys caelata Hay 1908: Extinct terrapin (see index)
Terrapene Merrem 1820, sp. indet.: Box turtle
Terrapene canaliculata Hay 1907: Extinct box turtle (see index)
Gopherus polyphemus (Bartram) 1791: Gopher tortoise
Gopherus praecedens Hay 1916: Extinct gopher tortoise
Geochelone Fitzinger 1835, sp. indet. : Land tortoise
Geochelone crassiscutata (Leidy) 1889: Extinct land tortoise
Geochelone sellardsi (Hay) 1916: Extinct land tortoise
Cheloniidae: Sea turtles
Caretta caretta (Linnaeus) 1758: Loggerhead turtle
Chelonia mydas (Linnaeus) 1758: Green turtle
Trionychidae: "Soft-shelled" turtles
Trionyx Geoffroy 1820, sp. indet. : "Soft-shelled" turtle
Trionyx ferox (Schneider) 1783: "Soft-shelled" turtle
Squamata: Lizards and snakes
Iguanidae
Anolis carolinensis (Voigt) 1832: Common anole, "chameleon"
Sceloporus undulatus (Latreille) 1802: Fence lizard (see index)
Teiidae
Cnemidophorus sexlineatus (Linnaeus) 17.66: Eastern or six-
lined race runner
Scincidae: Skinks
Eumeces Wiegmann 1834, sp. indet.: Skink
Eumeces cf. fasciatus (Linnaeus) 1758: Five-lined skink
Anguidae: Slow worms, glass lizards
Ophisaurus compressus (Cope) 1900: Coastal glass lizard
Ophisaurus ventralis (Linnaeus) 1766: Common glass lizard
Colubridae: Generally nonpoisonous, "higher" snakes
Carphophis amoena (Say) 1825: Worm snake
Coluber constrictor Linnaeus 1758: Racer, black snake
Drymarchon corais (Daudin) 1803: Indigo snake
Elape obsoleta (Say) 1823: Chicken snake, rat snake, pilot
black snake
Farancia abacura (Holbrook) 1836: Horn snake
Lampropeltis doliata (Linnaeus) 1766: Milk snake, scarlet
king snake
Lampropeltis getulus (Linnaeus) 1766: King snake
Natrix Laurenti 1768, sp. indet. : Water snake
Pituophis melanoleucus (Daudin) 1803: Pine snake
Thamnophis Fitzinger 1843, sp. indet.: Garter snake







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Viperidae: Vipers, pit vipers
A gkistrodon piscivorus (Lacepede) 1789: Cottonmouth moccasin
Crotalus Linnaeus 1758, sp. indet.: Rattlesnake
Crotalus adamanteus Beauvois 1799: Eastern diamondback
rattlesnake
Crotalus adamanteus pleistofloridensis Brattstrom 1954:
Extinct diamondback rattlesnake
Crotalus giganteus Brattstrom 1954: Extinct giant rattlesnake
Crocodilia: Crocodiles, alligators, gavials
Crocodylidae
Alligator Cuvier 1807, sp. indet.: Alligator
Alligator mississippiensis (Daudin) 1803: American alligator


AVES: BIRDS

MIOCENE
Pelecaniformes: Tropic birds, pelicans, frigate birds, and allies
Phalacrocoracidae: Cormorants
Phalacrocorax subvolans Brodkorb 1956: Extinct cormorant
Falconiformes: Vultures, hawks, and falcons
Accipitridae: Hawks, old world vultures, and harriers
Proictinia floridana Brodkorb 1956: Extinct kite
Galliformes: Megapodes, curassows, pheasants, and hoatzins
Cracidae: Curassows, guans, and chachalacas
Boreortalis laesslei Brodkorb 1954: Extinct chachalaca
Charadriiformes: Shore birds, gulls, and auks
Rhegminornithidae: Rhegminornis
Rhegminornis calobates Wetmore 1943: Extinct shore bird
Columbiformes: Sand-grouse, pigeons, and doves
Columbidae: Pigeons and doves
Gen. et sp. indet.: A small dove slightlylarger than Columbi-
gallina passerina, the modern ground dove
Passeriformes: Perching birds
Compsothlypidae: Wood warblers
Gen. et sp. indet.: A wood warbler closely allied to Icteria
virens, the modern yellowbreasted chat

PLIOCENE
Gavii'formes: Loons
Gaviidae: Loons
Gavia concinna Wetmore 1940: Extinct loon
Gavia palaeodytes Wetmore 1943: Extinct loon
Colymbiformes: Grebes
Colymbidae: Grebes
Pliodytes lanquisti Brodkorb 1953: Extinct grebe
Procellariiformes: Albatrosses, shearwaters, petrels, and allies
Diomedeidae: Albatrosses
Diomedea anglica Lydekker 1891: Extinct albatross
Pelecaniformes: Tropic birds, pelicans, frigate birds, and allies
Sulidae: Boobies and gannets






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Sula guano Brodkorb 1955: Extinct booby
Sula phosphata Brodkorb 1955: Extinct booby
Morus peninsularis Brodkorb 1955: Extinct gannet
Phalacrocoracidae: Cormorants
Phalacrocorax wetmorei Brodkorb 1955: Extinct cormorant
Phalacrocorax idahensis (Marsh) 1870: Extinct cormorant
Ciconiiformes: Herons, storks, and allies
Ardeidae: Herons and bitterns
Ardea polkensis Brodkorb 1955: Extinct heron
Phoenicopteridae: Flamingos
Phoenicopterus floridanus Brodkorb 1953: Extinct flamingo
Anseriformes: Screamers, ducks, geese, and swans
Anatidae: Ducks, geese, and swans
Bucephala ossivallis Brodkorb 1955: Extinct bufflehead
Charadriiformes: Shore birds, gulls, and auks
Haematopodidae: Oystercatchers
Palostralegus sulcatus Brodkorb 1955: Extinct oystercatcher
Scolopacidae: Woodcock, snipes, and sandpipers
Calidris pacis Brodkorb 1955: Extinct knot or snipe
Erolia penepusilla Brodkorb 1955: Extinct snipe
Limosa Brisson 1760, sp. indet.: Extinct godwit
Laridae: Gulls and terns
Larus elmorei Brodkorb 1953: Extinct gull
Alcidae: Auks, murres, and puffins
SAustralca grandis Brodkorb 1955: Extinct auk

PLEISTOCENE
Colymbiformes: Grebes
Colymbidae: Grebes
Colymbus auritus Linnaeus 1758: Horned grebe
Podilymbus podiceps (Linnaeus) 1758: Pied-billed grebe
Procellariiformes: Albatrosses, shearwaters, petrels, and allies
Procellariidae: Shearwaters and fulmars
Puffinus puffinus (BrUnnich) 1764: Common shearwater
Pelecaniformes: Tropic birds, pelicans, frigate birds, and allies
Phalacrocoracidae: Cormorants
Phalacrocorax auritus (Lesson) 1831: Double-crested cormo-
rant
Anhingidae: Snake birds
Anhinga anhinga (Linnaeus) 1766: Anhinga
Ciconiiformes: Herons, storks, and allies
Ardeidae: Herons and bitterns
Botaurus lentiginosus (Rackett) 1813: American bittern
Nycticorax nycticorax (Linnaeus) 1758: Black-crowned night
heron
Nycticorax violaceus (Linnaeus) 1758: Yellow-crowned night
heron
Butorides virescens (Linnaeus) 1758: Little green heron
Hydranassa caerulea (Linnaeus) 1758: Little blue heron
Hydranassa tricolor (Mtller) 1776: Louisiana heron
Egretta thula (Molina) 1782: Snowy egret
Egretta alba (Linnaeus) 1758: Greater egret
Ardea herodias Linnaeus 1758: Great blue heron






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Ciconiidae: Storks and jabirus
Ciconia maltha L. H. Miller 1910: Extinct stork
Ciconia malthaweillsi (Sellards) 1916: Extinct stork(see index)
Mycteria ?americana Linnaeus 1758: Wood ibis (see index)
Threskiornithidae: Ibises and spoonbills
Plegadis Kaup 1829, sp. indet.: Glossy ibis
Eudocimus albus (Linnaeus) 1758: White ibis
Anseriformes: Screamers, ducks, geese, and swans
Anatidae: Ducks, geese, and swans
Olor columbianus (Ord) 1815: Whistling swan
Olor buccinator (Richardson) 1831: Trumpeter swan
Branta canadensis (Linnaeus) 1758: Canada goose
Branta canadensis hutchinsii (Richardson) 1831: Richardson's
goose
?Dendrocygna autumnalis (Linnaeus) 1758:Tree duck (see index)
Anas platyrhynchos Linnaeus 1758: Mallard
Anas rubripes (Brewster) 1902: Black duck
Anas fulvigula (Ridgway) 1874: Mottled duck
Anas acuta Linnaeus 1758: Pintail
Anas carolinensis Gmelin 1789: Green-winged teal
Anas discors Linnaeus 1766: Blue-winged teal
Spatula clypeata (Linnaeus) 1758: Shoveler
Aythya collaris (Donovan) 1809: Ring-necked duck
Aythya valisineria (Wilson) 1814: Canvasback
Aythya affinis (Eyton) 1838: Lesser scaup
Bucephala albeola (Linnaeus) 1758: Bufflehead
Oxyura jamaicensis (Gmelin) 1789: Ruddy duck
Lophodytes cucullatus (Linnaeus) 1758: Hooded merganser
Falconiformes: Vultures, hawks, and falcons
Cathartidae: New world vultures
Cathartes aura (Linnaeus) 1758: Turkey vulture
Cathartes aura aura (Linnaeus) 1758: Mexican turkey vulture
Cathartes aura septentrionalis (Wied) 1839: Turkey vulture
Coragyps atratus (Bechstein) 1793: Black vulture
Coragyps occidentalis (L.H. Miller) 1909: Extinct vulture
Gymnogyps amplus L.H. Miller 1911: Extinct condor
Teratornithidae: Teratornithes
Teratornis merriami L.H. Miller 1909: Extinct teratornis
Accipitridae: Hawks, old world vultures, and harriers
Accipiter striatus Vieillot 1807: Sharp-shinned hawk
Accipiter cooperii (Bonaparte) 1828: Cooper's hawk
Buteo Lacepede 1799, sp. indet.: Eagles formerly assigned to
Geranoautus
Buteo jamaicensis (Gmelin) 1788: Red-tailed hawk
Buteo lineatus (Gmelin) 1788: Red-shouldered hawk
Buteo platypterus (Vieillot) 1823: Broad-winged hawk
Haliaeetus leucocephalus (Linnaeus) 1766: Bald eagle
Pandionidae: Ospreys
Pandion haliaetus (Linnaeus) 1758: Osprey
Falconidae: Caracaras and falcons






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Caracara prelutosus (Howard) 1938: Extinct caracara
Caracara prelutosus prelutosus (Howard) 1938:Extinct caracara
Falco peregrinus Tunstall 1771: Peregrine falcon
Falco sparverius Linnaeus 1758: Sparrow hawk
Galliformes: Megapodes, curassows, pheasants, and hoatzins
Phasianidae: Quails, pheasants, and peacocks
Colinus virginianus (Linnaeus) 1758: Bobwhite
Meleagrididae: Turkeys
Meleagris gallopavo Linnaeus 1758: Turkey
Meleagris tridens Wetmore 1931: Extinct turkey
Gruiformes: Cranes, rails, and allies
Gruidae: Cranes
Grus americana (Linnaeus) 1758: Whooping crane
Grus canadensis (Linnaeus) 1758: Sandhill crane
Aramidae: Limpkins
Aramus guarauna (Linnaeus) 1766: Limpkin
Rallidae: Rails, gallinules, and coots
Rallus elegans Audubon 1834: King rail
Rallus longirostris Boddaert 1783: Clapper rail
Rallus limicola Vieillot 1819: Virginia rail
Porzana carolina (Linnaeus) 1758: Sora
Porzana auffenbergi Brodkorb 1954: Extinct sora
Laterallus guti Brodkorb 1952: Extinct rail
Coturnicops noveboracensis (Gmelin) 1789: Yellow rail
Aramides cajanea (MUller) 1776: Wood rail
Porphyrula martinica (Linnaeus) 1766: Purple gallinule
Gallinula chloropus (Linnaeus) 1758: Common gallinule
Fulica americana Gmelin 1789: American coot
Fulica minor Shufeldt 1891: Extinct coot
Charadriiformes: Shore birds, gulls, and auks
Charadriidae: Plovers, turnstones, and surf birds
Charadrius vociferus Linnaeus 1758: Killdeer
Scolopacidae: Woodcock, snipes, and sandpipers
Philohela minor (Gmelin) 1789: American woodcock
Capella delicate (Ord) 1825: Snipe
Tringa flavipes (Gmelin) 1789: Lesser yellowlegs
Laridae: Gulls and terns
Larus argentatus Pontoppidan 1763: Herring gull (see index)
Alcidae: Auks, murres, and puffins
Pinguinus impennis (Linnaeus) 1758: Great auk (see index)
Columbiformes: Sand-grouse, pigeons, and doves
Columbidae: Pigeons and doves
Zenaidura macroura (Linnaeus) 1758: Mourning dove
Ectopistes migratorius (Linnaeus) 1766: Passenger pigeon
Strigiformes: Owls
Tytonidae: Barn owls
Tyto alba (Scopoli) 1769: Barn owl
Strigidae: Typical owls
Otus asio (Linnaeus) 1758: Screech owl
Speotyto cunicularia (Molina) 1782: Burrowing owl
Strix varia Barton 1799: Barred owl






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Piciformes: Jacamars, barbets, toucans, and woodpeckers
Picidae; Woodpeckers, wrynecks, and piculets
Colaptes auratus (Linnaeus) 1758: Yellow-shafted flicker
Melanerpes erythrocephalus (Linnaeus) 1758: Redheaded wood-
pecker
Passeriformes: Perching birds
Tyrannidae: Tyrant flycatchers
Tyrannus tyrannus (Linnaeus) 1758: Kingbird
Hirundinidae: Swallows
Progne subis (Linnaeus) 1758: Purple martin
Tachycineta speleodytes Brodkorb 1957: Extinct swallow
Corvidae: Jays, magpies, and crows
Protocitta dixi Brodkorb 1957: Extinct jay
Cyanocitta cristata (Linnaeus) 1758: Blue jay
Corvus brachyrhynchos Brehm 1822: Crow
Corvus ossifragus Wilson 1812: Fish crow
Troglodytidae: Wrens
Troglodytes aedon Vieillot 1807: House wren
Cistothorus brevis Brodkorb 1957: Extinct sedge wren
Mniotiltidae: Wood warblers
Geothlypis trichas (Linnaeus) 1766: Maryland yellowthroat
Icteridae: Meadowlarks, blackbirds, and troupials
Sturnella magna (Linnaeus) 1758: Eastern meadowlark
Agelaius phoeniceus (Linnaeus) 1766: Red-winged blackbird
Cassidix mexicanus (Gmelin) 1788: Boat-tailed grackle
Quiscalus quiscula (Linnaeus) 1758: Grackle
Pandanaris floridana Brodkorb 1957: Extinct cowbird
Fringillidae: Grosbeaks, finches, sparrows, and buntings
Pipilo erythrophthalmus (Linnaeus) 1758: Chewink or towhee
Ammodramus savannarum (Gmelin) 1789: Grasshopper sparrow
Passerherbulus henslowii (Audubon) 1831: Henslow's sparrow


MAMMALIA: MAMMALS

EOCENE
Cetacea: Whales and porpoises
Basilosauridae: Archaic whales
Basilosaurus Harlan 1834, sp. indet.
Basilosaurus cetoides (Owen) 1845
Basilosauridae incertae sedis
Pontogeneus brachyspondylus (M'uller) 1849

MIOCENE
Chiroptera: Bats
Vespertilionidae: Little brown bats, big brown bats, etc.
Suaptenos white Lawrence 1943
Miomyotis floridanus Lawrence 1943
Gen. et sp. indet. : Eptesicus-like vespertilionid
Rodentia: Rodents
Mylagaulidae: Extinct family






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Mesogaulus Riggs 1899, sp.-nov.
Heteromyidae: Pocket mice, kangaroo rats
Proheteromys magnus A.E. Wood 1932
Proheteromys floridanus A.E. Wood 1932
Gen. et sp. indet.
Cricetidae: Native rats and mice (rice rats, cotton rats, white-
footed mice, etc.)
Gen. et sp. indet.
Cetacea: Whales and porpoises
Physeteridae: Sperm whales
Kogiopsis floridana Kellogg 1929
Acrodelphidae: Long-beaked porpoises
Schizodelphis bobengi Case 1934
Schizodelphis depressus G.M. Allen 1921
Pomatodelphis inaequalis G.M. Allen 1921
Delphinidae: Dolphins, killer whales, blackfish, etc.
Megalodelphis magnidens Kellogg 1944
Cetotheriidae: Whale-bone whales in part
?Isocetus Van Beneden 1880, sp. indet.
?Mesocetus Van Beneden 1880, sp. indet.
Carnivora: Carnivores
Canidae: Dogs, wolves, foxes, etc.
Cynodesmus iamonensis (Sellards) 1916
Tomarctus canavus (Simpson ) 1932
Temnocyon Cope 1878, sp. indet.
?Enhydrocyon spissidens (White) 1947
Amphicyon intermedius White 1940
Amphicyon pontoni Simpson 1930
"Daphoenus" caroniavorus White 1942, gen. nov. (see index)
?Aelurodon johnhenryi White 1947
Mustelidae: Badgers, skunks, weasels, otters, etc.
Oligobunis floridanus White 1947
?Miomustela Hall 1930, sp. indet.
Leptarctus ancipidens (White) 1941
Sirenia: Sea cows, manatees, and dugongs
Dugongidae: Dugongs
Hesperosiren crataegensis Simpson 1932
Perissodactyla: Odd-toed ungulates
Equidae: Horses
Anchitherium clarencei Simpson 1932
Parahippus blackbergi (Hay) 1924
Parahippus leonensis Sellards 1916
Merychippus westoni Simpson 1930
Rhinocerotidae: Rhinoceroses
Caenopus, cf. platycephalus (Osborn and Wortman) 1894
Gen. et sp. nov., H.E. Wood (ms.): Large rhinoceros
Diceratherium (Menoceras) Marsh 1875, sp. nov., H.E. Wood
(ms.): Small rhinoceros
Diceratherium Marsh 1875 or Caenopus Cope 1880, sp. indet.
Aphelops Cope 1873, sp. indet.
Artiodactyla: Even-toed ungulates (see index)
Entelodontidae: Extinct pig-like ungulates





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Daeodon (Dinohyus) (Cope) 1879, sp. indet.
Tayassuidae: Peccaries
Desmathyus olseni (White) 1941
?Oreodontidae: Extinct family (see index)
?Camelidae: Camels, guanacos, and vicunas
Floridatragulus dolichanthereus White 1940
Nothokemas floridanus (Simpson) 1932
Camelid, cf. Miolabis tenuis Matthew 1924
Protaceratidae: Extinct family
Synthetoceras (Prosynthetoceras) australis White 1941
Cervidae: Deer
Blastomeryx (Parablastomeryx) floridanus (White) 1940
Blastomeryx cf. marshi Lull 1920
Machaeromeryx gilchristensis White 1941
?Dromomeryx cf. americanus Douglass 1903

PLIOCENE
Cetacea: Whales and porpoises
Platanistidae: River dolphins
Goniodelphis hudsoni G. M. Allen 1941
Physeteridae: Sperm whales
?Hoplocetus Gervais 1848-1852
Balaenopteridae: Whale-bone whales in part
Balaenoptera floridana Kellogg 1944: Extinct rorqual
Carnivora: Carnivores
Canidae: Dogs, wolves, foxes, etc.
Osteoborus crassapineatus Olsen 1956
Pliogulo dudleyi White 1941
Ursidae: Bears
Agriotherium schneideri Sellards 1916
Mustelidae: Badgers, skunks, weasels, otters, etc.
Leptarctus progressus Simpson 1930
Proboscidea: Elephants, mastodonts, etc.
Gomphotheriidae: Serrate-toothed mastodonts
Serridentinus (Ocalientinus) floridanus (Leidy) 1887
Serridentinus (Ocalientinus) floridanus leidii (Frick) 1926
Serridentinus (Ocalientinus) bifoliatus (Osborn) 1929
Serridentinus (Serbelodon) brewsterensis Osborn 1926
Gomphotherium simplicidens (Osborn) 1923
Gomphotherium Burmeister 1837, sp. indet.
Rhynchotherium Falconer 1868
Mammutidae: Mastodonts
Mammut sellardsi (Simpson) 1930
Sirenia: Sea cows, manatees, and dugongs
Dugongidae: Dugongs
Felsinotherium floridanum (Hay) 1922
Felsinotherium ossivallense Simpson 1932
Perissodactyla: Odd-toed ungulates
Equidae: Horses
Hipparion plicatile (Leidy) 1888
Neohipparion phosphorum Simpson 1930






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Nannipus ingenuum (Leidy) 1886
Nannipus minor (Sellards) 1916
Tapiridae: Tapirs
?Tapiravus Marsh 1877, sp. indet.
Rhinocerotidae: Rhinoceroses
Aphelops longipes (Leidy) 1891
Teleoceras proterus (Leidy) 1886
Artiodactyla: Even-toed ungulates
Tayassuidae: Peccaries
Prosthennops elmorei White 1942
Camelidae: Camels, guanacos, and vicunas
?Procamelus minimus (Leidy) 1887
?Procamelus minor (Leidy) 1887
?Megatylopus major (Leidy) 1887
Antilocapridae: Pronghorned "antelopes"
Hexameryx elmorei White 1942
Hexameryx simpsoni White 1941

PLEISTOCENE
Marsupialia: Opossums only in North America
Didelphidae: Opossums
Didelphis marsupialis Linnaeus 1758: Virginia opossum
Insectivora: Moles, shrews, hedgehogs, etc.
Talpidae: Moles
Scalopus aquaticus (Linnaeus) 1758: Eastern mole
Soricidae: Shrews
Blarina brevicauda (Say) 1823: Short-tailed shrew
Cryptotis floridana (Merriam) 1895: Florida short-tailed shrew
Chiroptera: Bats
Vespertilionidae: Little brown bats, big brown bats, etc.
Myotis Kaup 1829, sp. indet.
Myotis cf. austroriparius (Rhoads) 1897
Molossidae: Free-tailed bats
Molossides floridanus G. M. Allen 1932: Extinct free-tailed bat
Primates: Lemurs, monkeys, apes, man, etc.
Hominidae: Man
Homo sapiens Linnaeus 1758: Man
Edentata: Armadillos, anteaters, and sloths
Megalonychidae: Megalonychid ground sloths
Megalonyx jeffersonii (Desmarest) 1822: Jeffersonian ground
sloth
Megalonyx cf. wheatleyi Cope 1871: cf. Wheatley's ground sloth
Megatheriidae: Megatheriid ground sloths
Megatherium hudsoni White 1941 (see index)
Megatherium mirabile Leidy 1854
Mylodontidae: Mylodont ground sloths
Paramylodon harlani (Owen) 1840: Harlan's ground sloth
Thinobadistes segnis Hay 1919 (see index)
Dasypodidae: Armadillos
Chlamytherium septentrionalis (Leidy) 1890: Extinct giant
"armadillo"
Dasypus bellus (Simpson) 1929: Extinct armadillo






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Glyptodontidae: Glyptodonts
Boreostracon floridanus Simpson 1929 (see index)
Lagomorpha: Rabbits, hares, and pikas
Leporidae: Hares and rabbits
Sylvilagus floridanus (J.A. Allen) 1890: Florida cottontail
Sylvilagus palustrellus Gazin 1950: Pigmy marsh rabbit
Sylvilagus palustris (Bachman) 1837: Marsh rabbit
Rodentia: Rodents
Sciuridae: Squirrels
Sciurus carolinensis Gmelin 1788: Gray squirrel
Geomyidae: Pocket gophers
Plesiothomomys orientalis (Simpson) 1928: Extinct pocket
gopher
Geomys pinetis Rafinesque 1817: Pocket gopher
Castoridae: Beavers
Castor canadensis Kuhl 1820: Beaver
Castoroides ohioensis Foster 1838: Extinct giant beaver
Cricetidae: Native rats and mice (rice rats, cotton rats, white-
footed mice, etc.)
Oryzomys palustris (Harlan) 1837: Rice rat
Reithrodontomys humulis (Audubon and Bachman) 1841: Harvest
mouse
Peromyscus floridanus (Chapman) 1889: Florida white-footed
mouse
Peromyscus gossypinus (LeConte) 1853: Cotton mouse
Sigmodon hispidus Say and Ord 1825: Cotton rat
Neotoma floridana (Ord) 1818: Wood rat
Synaptomys (Synaptomys) australis Simpson 1928: Extinct bog
lemming
Ondatra zibethicus (Linnaeus) 1766: Muskrat
Ondatra zibethicus floridanus Lawrence 1942: Extinct sub-
species of muskrat
Neofiber alleni True 1884: Florida water rat or round-tailed
muskrat
Pitymys pinetorum (LeConte) 1830: Pine mouse
Erethizontidae: New world porcupines
Erethizon dorsatum (Linnaeus) 1758: NorthAmericanporcupine
Hydrochoeridae: Capybaras
Neochoerus pinckneyi (Hay) 1923: Extinct giant capybara
Hydrochoerus holmesi Simpson 1928: Extinct capybara
Cetacea: Whales and porpoises
Cetacea indet. (see index)
Delphinidae: Dolphins, killer whales, blackfish, etc.
Globicephala ?baereckeii Sellards 1916: Extinct blackfish
?Balaenopteridae: Whale-bone whales in part
?Balaenoptera Lacepede 1804, sp. indet. : ?Rorqual
Carnivora: Carnivores
Canidae: Dogs, wolves, foxes, etc.
Aenocyon ayersi (Sellards) 1916
Canis latrans Say 1823: Coyote
Canis cf. lupus Linnaeus 1758: Wolf
Vulpes ?palmaria Hay 1917: Extinct(?) red fox






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Urocyon cinereoargenteus (Schreber) 1775: Gray fox
Urocyon seminolensis Simpson 1929: Extinct gray fox
Ursidae: Bears
?Tremarctos floridanus (Gidley) 1928: Extinct spectacled(?)
bear
Ursus americanus Pallas 1780: Black bear
Ursus Linnaeus 1758, sp. nov. ?: "True" Ursus (notblackbear)
Procyonidae: Raccoons
Procyon lotor (Linnaeus) 1758: Raccoon
Procyon nanus Simpson 1929: Extinct raccoon
Mustelidae: Badgers, skunks, weasels, otters, etc.
Mustela frenata Lichtenstein 1831: Bridled weasel
Mephitis mephitis (Schreber) 1776: Striped skunk
Spilogale ambarvalis Bangs 1898: Little spotted skunk
Lutra canadensis (Schreber) 1776: River otter
Felidae: Cats
Felis (Lynx) rufus Schreber 1777: Bobcat
Felis (Noctifelis or Herpailurus) Severtzov 1858, sp. indet.:
Margay or jaguarundi-type cat
Felis (Puma) inexpectataa (Cope) 1896: Extinct(?) puma
Panthera (Jaguarius) ? augusta (Leidy) 1872: Extinct(?) species
of jaguar
Smilodon floridanus (Leidy) 1889: Florida saber-toothed cat
Phocidae: True or earlesss" seals
Monachus tropicalis (Gray) 1850: West Indian monk seal
Proboscidea: Elephants, mastodonts, etc.
Mammutidae: Mastodonts
Mammut americanum (Kerr) 1792: American mastodon
Elephantidae: Elephants
Mammuthus (Parelephas) columbi (Falconer) 1857: Columbian
mammoth
Mammuthus (Parelephas) floridanus (Osborn) 1929: Florida
mammoth
Mammuthus (Archidiskodon) imperator (Leidy) 1859: Imperial
mammoth
Sirenia: Seacows, manatees, and dugongs
Trichechidae: Manatees
Trichechus Linnaeus 1758, sp. indet.: Manatee
Perissodactyla: Odd-toed ungulates
Equidae: Horses
Equus Linnaeus 1758, sp. indet.: Horses (see index)
Tapiridae: Tapirs
Tapirus veroensis Sellards 1918: Florida tapir
Tapirus Brisson 1762, sp. indet.: Large tapir
Artiodactyla: Even-toed ungulates
Tayassuidae: Peccaries (see index)
Mylohyus gidleyi Simpson 1929: Extinct peccary
Platygonus LeConte 1848, sp. indet.: Extinct peccary
?Tayassu Fischer 1814, sp. indet.
Camelidae: Camels, guanacos, and vicunas
Camelidae indet., cf. Camelops Leidy 1854
Camelidae indet., cf. Tanupolama americana (Wortman) 1898





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Tanupolama mirifica Simpson 1929: Extinct camel
Cervidae: Deer
?Cervus Linnaeus 1758, sp. indet.: Medium-sized cervid (see
index)
Odocoileus virginianus (Boddaert) 1784: Virginia deer
Bovidae: Bison, cattle, sheep, goats, etc.
Bison latifrons (Harlan) 1825: Extinct bison
Bison H. Smith 1827, sp. indet.


























PART II


BIBLIOGRAPHY







II. BIBLIOGRAPHY4


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1932 A Pleistocene bat from Florida: Jour. Mammalogy, vol. 13,
no. 3, p. 256-259.

1941 A fossil river dolphin from Florida: Harvard Coll. Mus.
Comp. Zoology Bull., vol. 89, no. 1, p. 1-8.

1942 Extinct and vanishing mammals of the western hemisphere
with the marine species of all the oceans: Am. Comm. for
Wildlife Protection, Spec. Pub. 11, 620 p.

Allen, J. H.
1846 Some facts respecting the geology of Tampa Bay, Florida:
Am. Jour. Sci., 2nd ser., vol. 1, no. 1, art. 4, p. 38-42.

Anonymous
1932 A Florida marvel: Masterkey, vol. 6, no. 3, p. 94, 95.

Auffenberg, W. (see also Goin, C.J., 1955, 1957)
1954 Additional specimens of Gavialosuchus americanus (Sellards)
from a new locality in Florida: Florida Acad. Sci. Quart.
Jour., vol. 17, no, 4, p. 185-209.

1955a The status of the fossil snake Coluber acuminatus: Copeia,
1955, no. 1, p. 65-67.

4Contributions with multiple authors are entered here and in the in-
dices in the style of the United States Geological Survey bibliographies
of North American geology. This format was adopted by the Florida
Geological Survey.






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1955b Glass lizards (Ophisaurus) from the Pleistocene and Pliocene
of Florida: Herpetologica, vol. 11, no. 2, p. 133-136.

1956a Remarks on some Miocene anurans from Florida, with a
description of a new species of Hyla: Harvard Coll. Mus.
Comp. Zoology Breviora, no. 52, p. 1-11.

1956b Additional records of Pleistocene lizards from Florida:
FloridaAcad. Sci. Quart. Jour., vol. 19, nos. 2, 3, p. 157-
167.

1956c A studyof the fossil snakes of Florida: Dissertation, Univ.
Florida, p. 1-164. (Non vid.)

1957a Anew species of Bufo from the Pliocene of Florida: Florida
Acad. Sci. Quart. Jour., vol. 20, no. 1, p. 14-20.

1957b The status of the turtle Macroclemys floridana Hay: Herpeto-
logica, vol. 13, pt. 2, p. 123-126. (July 10, 1957)

1957c Notes on fossil crocodilians from southeastern UnitedStates:
Florida Acad. Sci. Quart. Jour. vol. 20, no. 2, p. 107-
113. (Non vid.)

Bader, R.S.
1956 A quantitative study of the Equidae of the Thomas Farm
Miocene: Harvard Coll. Mus. Comp. Zoology Bull., vol.
115, no. 2, p. 49-78.

1957 .Two Pleistocene mammalian faunas from Alachua County,
Florida: Florida State Mus. Bull. vol. 2, no. 5, p. 53-75.

Balch, E.S.
1917 Early man in America: Am. Philos. Soc. Proc., vol. 56,
no. 6, p. 473-483.

Barbour, T.
1931 (and Stetson, H. C.) A revision of the Pleistocene species
of Terrapene of Florida: Harvard Coll. Mus. Comp. Zoology
Bull., vol. 72, no. 8, p. 295-299.

1944a That vanishing eden: A naturalist's Florida: Little, Brown
and Co., Boston, 250 p.

1944b Naturalist at large: Little, Brown and Co., Boston, 314 p.

Bergendahl, M.H.
1956 Stratigraphyof parts of De Soto andHardee counties, Florida:
U.S. Geol. Survey Bull. 1030-B, p. 65-98.

Berry, E.W.
1917 The fossil plants from Vero, Florida: Jour. Geology, vol.
25, no. 7, p. 661-666.






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Bigelow, H.B.
1948 (andSchroeder, W. C. ) Fishes of thewesternNorthAtlantic.
Pt. 1, Lancelets, cyclostomes, sharks: Sears Foundation
for Marine Research, Mem. 1, p. 1-576. (Lancelets by
Bigelow, H.B., and Farfante, I. Perez.)

1953 (and Schroeder, W. C.) Fishes of thewestern NorthAtlantic.
Pt. 2, Sawfishes, guitarfishes, skates and rays. Chimaer-
oids: Sears Foundation for Marine Research, Mem. 1, p.
1-588.

Blatchley, W.S.
1902 A nature wooing at Ormond by the Sea: Indianapolis, The
Nature Publishing Co., 245 p.

Bock, W.J.
1956 A generic review of the family Ardeidae (Aves): Am. Mus.
Novitates, no. 1779, p. 1-49.

Boule M.
1946 Les Hommes Fossiles; elements de paleontologie Humaine:
3rd ed. (with Vallois, H.V.), Masson et Cie, Paris, 587p.

Bovard, J. F.
1907 Notes on Quaternary Felidae from California: California
Univ., Dept. Geol. Sci. Bull., vol. 5, no. 10, p. 155-170.

Bowman, R.I. (see Miller, A.H., 1956)

Brattstrom, B.H.
1953 Records of Pleistocene reptiles and amphibians from Flor-
ida: Florida Acad. Sci. Quart. Jour., vol. 16, no. 4,
p. 243-248.

1954 The fossil pit-vipers (Reptilia: Crotalidae) of North Amer-
ica: San Diego Soc. Nat. History Trans., vol. 12, no. 3,
p. 31-46.

Brodkorb, P. (see also Neill, W. T., 1956)
1952 A new rail from the Pleistocene of Florida: Wilson Bull.,
vol. 64, no. 2, p. 80-82.

1953a A pliocene flamingo from Florida: Nat. History Misc.,
no. 124, p. 1-4.

1953b Pleistocene birds from Haile, Florida: Wilson Bull., vol.
65, no. 1, p. 49, 50.

1953c APliocene gull fromFlorida: Wilson Bull., vol. 65, no. 2,
p. 94-98.

1953d A review of the Pliocene loons: Condor, vol. 55, no. 4,
p. 211-214.






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1953e A Pliocene grebe from Florida: Annals and Mag. Nat. His-
tory, ser. 12, vol. 6, p. 953, 954.

1954a Another new rail from the Pleistocene of Florida: Condor,
vol. 56, no. 2, p. 103, 104.

1954b A chachalaca from the Miocene 6f Florida: Wilson Bull.,
vol. 66, no. 3, p. 180-183.

1955 The avifauna of the Bone Valley formation: Florida Geol.
Survey Rept. Inv. no. 14, 57 p.

1956a Pleistocene birds from Eichelberger Cave, Florida: Auk,
vol. 73, no. 1, p. 136, 137.

1956b Pleistocene birds from Crystal Springs, Florida: Wilson
Bull., vol. 68, no. 2, p. 158.

1956c Two new birds from the Miocene of Florida: Condor, vol.
58, no. 5, p. 367-370.

1957a New Passerine birds from the Pleistocene of Reddick, Flor-
ida: Jour. Paleontology, vol. 31, no. 1, p. 129-138.

1957b The Pleistocene avifauna of Arredondo, Florida: Jour.
Paleontology (in press, non vid.).

Broecker, W.S.
1956 (and Kulp, J. L. and Tucek, C. S.) Lamont natural radio-
carbon measurements III: Science, vol. 124, no. 3213,
p. 154-165.

Brown, B.
1903 Anew genus of ground sloth from the Pleistocene of Nebraska:
Am. Mus. Nat. History Bull., vol. 19, art. 22, p. 569-583.

1908 The Conard fissure, a Pleistocene bone deposit in northern
Arkansas; with descriptions of two new genera arid twenty
new species of mammals: Am. Mus. Nat. History Mem.,
vol. 9, pt. 4, p. 155-208.

Bryan, K.
1941 Geologic antiquity of man in America: Science, vol. 93,
no. 2422, p. 505-514.

Bullen, R.P. (see Neill, W. T., 1955)

Cahn, A.R.
1922 Chlamytherium septentrionalis, a fossil edentate new to the
fauna of Texas: Jour. Mammalogy, vol. 3, no. 1, p. 22-24.






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1932 Records and distribution of the fossil beaver, Castoroides
ohioensis: Jour. Mammalogy, vol. 13, no. 3, p. 229-241.

Camp, C.L.
1940 (and Vanderhoof, V. L.) Bibliographyof fossil vertebrates,
1928-1933: Geol. Soc. America Special Paper 27, 503 p.

1942 (andTaylor, D.N., andWelles, S.P.) Bibliographyof fossil
vertebrates, 1934-1938: Geol. Soc. America Special Paper
42, 663 p.

1949 (and Welles, S. P., and Green, M.) Bibliography of fossil
vertebrates, 1939-1943: Geol. Soc. America Mem. 37,
371 p.

1953 (and Welles, S. P., and Green, M.) Bibliography of fossil
vertebrates, 1944-1948: Geol. Soc. America Mem. 57,
465 p.

Carr, A. F. Jr.
1940 A contribution to herpetology of Florida: Univ. Florida Pub.
Biol. Sci. Ser., vol. 3, no. 1, 118 p.

Case, E.C.
1934 A specimen of the long-nosed dolphin from the Bone Valley
gravels of Polk County, Florida: Michigan Univ., Mus.
Paleontology Contr., vol. 4, no. 6, p. 105-113.

Castellanos, A.
1947a Sobrealguns generous demamiferos fosseis norteamericanos
e argentinos descobertos ultimamente nobrasil: Div. Geol.
e mineralogia Brasil, notas preliminares e estudos, Nu-
mero 39, 10 p.

1947b La presencia del genero Boreostracon Simpson en Uruguay
y Brasil: Pub. Inst. Fis. Geol. Univ. Nacion. Litoral.,
vol. 30, p. 5-14.

Chamberlin, R.T.
1917a Interpretation of the formations containing human bones at
Vero, Florida: Jour. Geology, vol. 25, no. 1, p. 25-39.

1917b Further studies at Vero, Florida: Jour. Geology, vol. 25,
no. 7, p. 667-683.

Chamberlin, T. C.
1919 Investigationversuspropagandism: Jour. Geology, vol. 27,
no. 5, p. 305-338.

Clapp, F.G. (see Matson, G.C., 1909)


Clark, H.W. (see Jordan, D.S.)






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Colbert, E.H.
1932 Aphelops from the Hawthorn formation of Florida: Florida
Geol. Survey Bull. 10, p. 55-58. (Reprinted, 1956)

1942a The association of manwith extinct mammalsin thewestern
hemisphere: 8thAm. Sci. Cong., Washington, 1940, Proc.,
vol. 2, Anthropological Sci. p. 17-29.

1942b The geologic succession of the Proboscidea, Chap. 22,
p. 1421-1521, in Osborn, H. F., 1942, Proboscidea, a mono-
graph of the discovery, evolution, migration, and extinction
of the mastodonts and elephants of the world, vol. 2: Stego-
dontoidea, Elephantoidea: Am. Mus. Nat. History Press,
New York, p. 803-1675.

Collins, R.L., (see also Gazin, C. L., 1950b)
1936 (and Lynn, W.G.) Fossil turtles from Maryland: Am.
Philos. Soc. Proc., vol. 76, no. 2, p. 151-173.

Connery, H.H.
S1932 Recent find of mammoth remains in the Quaternary of Flor-
ida, together with arrowhead: Science, n. s. vol. 75, no.
1950, p. 516.

Conrad, G. M.
:1941 A fossil squirrel-fish from the Upper Eocene of Florida:
Florida Geol. Survey Bull. 22, p. 6-25.

Conrad, T.A.
1846 Observations on the geology of a part of east Florida.with a
catalogue of Recent shells of the coast: Am. Jour. Sci.,
2nd ser., vol. 2, no. 4, art. 5, p. 36-48.

1865 Observations on American fossils, with descriptions of two
new species: Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia Proc. for 1865,
p. 184.

Cook, S. F. (see Heizer, R. F.)

Cooke, C.W. (see also Vaughan, T.W., 1914)
1915 The age of the Ocala limestone: U. S. Geol. Survey Prof.
Paper 95-1, p. 107-117.

1926 Fossil man and Pleistocene vertebrates in Florida: Am.
Jour. Sci., 5th ser., vol. 12, no. 71, p. 441-452.

1928 The stratigraphy and age of the Pleistocene deposits in
Florida fromwhich humanboneshave been reported: Wash-
ington Acad. Sci. Jour., vol. 18, no. 15, p. 414-421.

1929 (and Mossom, S.) Geology of Florida: Florida Geol. Sur-
vey 20th Ann. Rept., 1927-1928, p. 29-227.






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1941 Pleistocene maninFlorida: Geol. Soc. America Bull., vol.
52, no. 12, pt. 2, p. 1998 (abstract).

1943 (and Gardner, J.A., and Woodring, W.P.) Correlation of
the Cenozoic formations of the Atlantic and Gulf Coastal
Plain and the Caribbean region: Geol. Soc. America Bull.,
vol. 54, no. 11, p. 1713-1723. (No. 12 of series of corre-
lation charts of Nat. Research Council.)

1945 Geology of Florida: Florida Geol. Survey Bull. 29, 339 p.

Cope, E.D. (see also Leidy, J., 1892)
1873 Preliminary report on the Vertebrata discovered in the Port
Kennedy bone cave: Am. Philos. Soc. Proc. for 1871, vol.
12, p. 73-102.

1878 Descriptions of new Vertebrata from the Upper Tertiary
formations of the West: Am. Philos. Soc. Proc. for 1877,
vol. 17, no. 100, p. 219-231.

1889a TheProboscidea: Am. Naturalist, vol. 23, no. 268, p. 191-
211.

1889b An intermediate Pliocene fauna: Am. Naturalist, vol. 23,
no. 268, p. 253, 254.

1889c The Edentata of North America: Am. Naturalist, vol. 23,
no. 272, p. 657-664.

1889d A review of the North American species of Hippotherium:
Am. Philos. Soc. Proc. for 1889, vol. 26, no. 130, p. 429-
458.

1892a A contribution to the vertebrate paleontology of Texas: Am.
Philos. Soc. Proc. for 1892, vol. 30, no. 137, p. 123-131.

1892b [Alachua clay vertebrates compared to those of the Loup
Fork and Equus beds], p. 130 in Dall, W.H., andHarris,
G.D., 1892, Correlation papers: Neocene of North Amer-
ica: U.S. Geol. Survey Bull. 84, 349 p.

1895 On some Pl[e]istocene Mammalia from Petite Anse, La.:
Am. Philos. Soc. Proc. for 1895, vol. 34, no. 149, p. 458-
468. (p. 465-467, Supplementary note on Equus fraternus
Leidy).

1896 The fossil Vertebrata from the fissure at Port Kennedy,
Pa.: Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia Proc. for 1895, p. 446-
450.






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1897 New and little known Mammalia from the Port Kennedy bone
deposit: Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia Proc. for 1896, p.
378-394.

1899 Vertebrate remains from the Port Kennedy bone deposit:
Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia Jour., 2nd ser., vol. 11, pt.
2, art. 8, p. 193-267.

Dall, W. H.
1887 Notes on the geologyof Florida: Am. Jour. Sci., 3rd ser.,
vol. 34, p. 161-170.

1892a On the age of the Peace Creek beds, Florida: Acad. Nat.
Sci. Philadelphia Proc. for 1891, p. 120.

1892b (and Harris, G. D.) Correlation papers: Neocene of North
America: U.S. Geol. Survey Bull. 84, 349 p.

1896 [Geologic occurrence of the vertebrate fossils from the
Alachua clays], p. xi-xiv in Introduction to Leidy, J., 1896
(Lucas, F.A., ed.), Fossil vertebrates from the Alachua
clays of Florida: Wagner Free Inst. Sci. Trans., vol. 4,
61 p.

De May, I. (see Miller, L.)

Doering, J. A.
1956 Review of Quaternary surface formations of Gulf Coast Re-
gion: Am. Assoc. Petroleum Geologists Bull., vol. 40,
no. 8, p. 1816-1862.

Dougherty, J. F.
1940 A new Miocene mammalian fauna from Caliente Mountain,
California: Carnegie Inst. Washington Pub. 514, Contr.
Paleontology, no. 8, p. 109-143.

Downs, T.
1956 The Mascall fauna from the Miocene of Oregon: California
Univ., Dept. Geol. Sci., Pub., vol. 31, no. 5, p. 199-354.

Early, R. N.
1951a Florida through the ages. Pt. I: Florida Naturalist, vol.
24, no. 2, p. 44-46. (Non vid.)

1951b Florida through the ages. Pt. II: Oligocene through Mio-
cene: Florida Naturalist, vol. 24, no. 4, p. 105-108.

1952 Florida through the ages. Pt. III: Pliocene: Florida Natu-
ralist, vol. 25, no. 1, p. 17-21. (Pt. IV not published)






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Erdbrink, D.P.
1953 A review of fossil and Recent bears of the old world with re-
marks on their phylogenybased ontheir dentition: Deventer,
Drukkerij Jan de Lange, 2 vols., p. 1-320, 321-597.

Evermann, B.W. (see Jordan, D.S.)

Ferguson, G.E.
1947 (and Lingham, C.W., Love, S.K., and Vernon, R.O.)
Springs of Florida: Florida Geol. Survey Bull. 31, 196 p.

Ferguson, V. M. (see also Houck, M.V.W.)
1951 Chronology at South Indian Field, Florida: Yale Univ. Pub.
Anthropology, no. 45, p. 1-62.

Fisher, H.I.
1947 The skeletons of Recent and fossilGymnogyps: Pacific Sci.,
vol. 1, no. 4, p. 227-236.

Fisk, H.N.
1945 Pleistocene age of the "Citronelle"; Geol. Soc. America
Bull., vol. 56, no. 12, pt. 2, p. 1158, 1159.

Frick, C.
1926a The Hemicyoninae and an American Tertiary bear: Am.
Mus. Nat. History Bull., vol. 56, art. 1, p. 1-119.

1926b Tooth sequence in certain trilophodont tetrabelodont masto-
dons: Am. Mus. Nat. History Bull., vol. 56, art. 2, p.
122-176.

1937 Horned ruminants of North America: Am. Mus. Nat. His-
tory Bull., vol. 69, p. 1-669.

Gardner, J.A. (see Cooke, C.W., 1943)

Gazin, C.L. (see also Gidley, J.W., 1933, 1938)
1950a Annotated list of fossil Mammalia associated with human
remains at Melbourne, Fla.: Washington Acad. Sci. Jour.,
vol. 40, no. 12, p. 397-404.

1950b (and Collins, R. L.) Remains of land mammals from the Mio-
cene of the Chesapeake Bay region: Smithsonian Misc.
Coll., vol. 116, no. 2, p. 1-21, pub. 4019.

Gealey, W.K. (see Stirton, R.A., 1949)

Gidley, J.W.
1901 Tooth characters and revision of the North American species
of the genus Equus: Am. Mus. Nat. History Bull., vol. 14,
art. 9, p. 91-141.






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1907 Revision of the Miocene and Pliocene Equidae of North
America: Am. Mus. Nat. History Bull., vol. 23, art. 35,
p. 865-934.

1913 Notes onthe relative ages of thebeds at Archer, at Mixon's,
and at Ocala, Fla., and their correlation with deposits of
the western-plains region, p. 142, 143, in Matson, G. C.,
andSanford, S., 1913, Geology and ground waters of Florida:
U.S. Geol. Survey Water-Supply Paper 319, 445 p. (Re-
printed with minor changes on p. 20 of Matson, G.C., 1915)

1915 [Preliminary examination of vertebrate remains from the
phosphate mines of Florida]: p. 21, in Matson, G. C., 1915,
The phosphate deposits of Florida: U.S. Geol. Survey Bull.
604, 101 p.

1920 Pleistocene peccaries from the Cumberland Cave deposits:
U.S. Nat. Mus. Proc., vol. 57, p. 651-678.

1925a Prehistoric remains in Florida: Science, n. s., vol. 62,
no. 1600, Suppl., p. x.

1925b Men and elephants in Florida: Lit. Digest, vol. 87, no. 5,
p. 22.

1926a Fossil man in Florida: 17th Ani. Meeting Paleont. Soc.
Proc., New Haven (1925), Geol. Soc. America-Bull., vol.
37, p. 239, 240 (abstract).

1926b Investigation of evidences of early man at Melbourne and
Vero, Florida: Explorations and field-work of the Smith-
sonian Inst. in 1925, p. 23-26, in Smithsonian Misc. Coll.,
vol. 78, no. 1, pub. 2865.

1926c (and Loomis, F.B.) Fossil man in Florida: Am. Jour.
Sci., 5th ser., vol. 12, no. 69, p. 254-264.

1926d Fossil man associated with the mammoth in Florida: New
evidence of the antiquity of man in America: Washington
Acad. Sci. Jour., vol. 16, no. 11, p. 310.

1927 Investigating evidence of early man in Florida: Smithsonian
Misc. Coll., vol. 78, no. 7, p. 168-174.

1928a Anew species ofbear from the Pleistocene of Florida: Wash-
ington Acad. Sci. Jour., vol. 18, no. 15, p. 430-433.

1928b Continuing the elephant hunt: Explorations and field-work of
the Smithsonian Inst. in 1927, p. 11-16, pub. 2957.






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1929a Further study of the problem of early man in Florida: Ex-
plorations and field-work of the Smithsonian Inst. in 1928,
p. 13-20, pub. 3011.

1929b Ancient man in Florida: further investigations: Geol. Soc.
America Bull. vol. 40, no. 2, p. 491-502.

1929c (and Singleton, C.P.) [Discoveryof arrow-point under bones
of mastodon at Melbourne, Florida]: Science, n. s., vol.
69, no. 1797, p. xiv.

1930 Investigations of early man in Florida: Explorations and
field-work of the Smithsonian Inst. in 1929, p. 37, 38, pub.
3060.

1931 Further investigations on evidence of early man in Florida:
Explorations and field-work of the Smithsonian Inst. in 1930,
p. 41-44, pub. 3111.

1933 (and Gazin, C. L.) New Mammalia in the Pleistocene fauna
from Cumberland Cave: Jour. Mammalogy, vol. 14, no. 4,
p. 343-357.

1938 (and Gazin, C. L.) The Pleistocene vertebrate fauna from
Cumberland Cave, Maryland: U.S. Nat. Mus. Bull. 171,
99 p.

Gilmore, C.W.
1927 On fossil turtles from the Pleistocene of Florida: U.S. Nat.
Mus. Proc. vol. 71, art. 15, p. 1-10, pub. 2687.

1930 A nearly complete shell of the extinct turtle Trachemys
sculpta: U.S. Nat. Mus. Proc., vol. 77, art. 10, p. 1-8,
pub. 2833.

1938 Fossil snakes ofNorthAmerica: Geol. Soc. America Spec.
Paper 9, p. 1-96.

Gliddon, G.R. (see Nott, J.C.)

Goggin, J.M. (also see Rouse, I., 1947)
1948 Florida archeology and recent ecological changes: Washing-
ton Acad. Sci. Jour., vol. 38, no. 7, p. 225-233.

1950 An early lithic complex from central Florida: Am. Antiquity,
vol. 16, no. 1, p. 46-49.

1952 Space andtime perspectiveinnorthern St. Johns archeology,
Florida: Yale Univ. Pub. Anthropology, no. 47, 147 p.






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Goin, C.J.
1955 (and Auffenberg, W.) The fossil salamanders of the family
Sirenidae: Harvard Coll. Mus. Comp. Zoology Bull., vol.
113, no. 7, p. 497-514.

1957 (and Auffenberg, W.) .A new fossil salamander of the genus
Siren from the Eocene of Wyoming: Copeia, 1957, no. 2,
p. 83-85.

Green, M. (see Camp, C. L., 1949, 1953)

Gregory, J. T.
1941 The rostrum of Felsinotherium ossivalense: Florida Geol.
Survey Bull. 22, p. 27-47.

Gregory, WK.
1930 A fossil teleost fish of the snapper family(Lutianidae) from
the Lower Oligocene of Florida: Florida Geol. SurveyBull.
5, p. 7-17.

Griffin, J.W.
1952 Prehistoric Florida: a review, p. 322-3-34 in Griffin, J.B.
(ed.), 1952, Archeology of eastern United States: Univ.
Chicago .Press, .392 p.

Gross, H.
1951 Mastodons, mammoths, andman inAmerica: Texas Archeol.
and Paleont. Soc. Bull., vol. 22, p. 101-131..

Gunter, I.
1931 The mastodon from Wakulla Spring, Wakulla County, Flor-
ida:. Florida.Woods and Waters, :Spring, 1931, Dept. Game
and Fresh Water Fish, Tallahassee, Florida, p. 14-16.

1941 Once roamed land of sunshine: Florida Highways, August,
.1941, p. 13, 35, .36..

Gut, H.J. (see also Neill, W.T., 1956)
1939a Hitherto unrecorded vertebrate fossil localities in south-
centralFlorida: Florida Acad. Sci. Proc. for 1938, vol. 3,
p. 50-53.

1939b Additions to the recorded Pleistocene mammals from Ocala,
Florida: Florida Acad. Sci. Proc. for 1938, vol. 3, p. 54,
55.

1957 Tentative list of Pleistocene mammals from Reddick, Marion
County, Florida: Unpublished ms. (non vid.).






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Hall, E.R.
1936 Mustelid mammals from the Pleistocene of North America
with systematic notes on some recentmembers of the genera
Mustela, Taxidea and Mephitis: Carnegie Inst. Washington
Pub. 473, p. 41-119.

Handley, C.O. Jr.
1956 Bones of mammals fromWest Virginia caves: Am. Midland
Naturalist, vol. 56, no. 1, p. 250-256.

Harrell, B.E. (see Martin, P.S.)

Harris, G.D. (see Dall, W.H., 1892b)

Hay, O. P.
1902a Bibliography and catalogue of the fossilVertebrata of North
America: U.S. Geol. Survey Bull. 179, 868 p.

1902b On the finding of the bones of the great auk (Plautus impennis)
in Florida: Auk, vol. 19, no. 3, p. 255-258.

1906 Descriptions of two new genera (Echmatemys and Xenochelys)
and two new species (Xenochelys formosa and Terrapene
putnami) of fossil turtles: Am. Mus. Nat. History Bull.,
vol. 22, art. 3, p. 27-32.

1907 Descriptions of seven new species of turtles from the Tertiary
of the United States: Am. Mus. Nat. History Bull., vol. 23,
art. 34, p. 847-863.

1908 Fossil turtles of NorthAmerica: CarnegieInst. Washington
Pub. 75, 568 p.

1913 Notes on some fossil horses, with descriptions of four new
species: U.S. Nat. Mus. Proc., vol. 44, p. 569-594, pub.
1969.

1914 The Pleistocene mammals of Iowa: Iowa Geol. Survey, vol.
23, Ann. Rept., 1912, 662 p.

1916 Descriptions of some Floridian fossil vertebrates, belonging
mostly to the Pleistocene: Florida Geol. Survey 8th Ann.
Rept., p. 39-76.

1917a [A cervical vertebra of a deer from a deposit in Florida]:
Science, n.s., vol. 45, no. 1151, p. 72.

1917b The Quaternary deposits at Vero, Florida, and the verte-
brate remains contained therein: Jour. Geology, vol. 25,
no. 1, p. 52-55.






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1917c On the finding of supposed Pleistocene human remains at
Vero, Florida: WashingtonAcad. Sci. Jour., vol. 7, no. 11,
p. 358-360.

1917d Vertebrata mostly from Stratum No. 3 at Vero, Florida,
together with descriptions of new species: Florida Geol.
Survey 9th Ann. Rept., p. 43-68.

1918a A review of some papers on fossil man at Vero, Florida:
Science, n. s. vol. 47, no. 1215, p. 370,371.

1918b Doctor Ales Hrdlicka and the Vero man: Science, n. s., vol.
48, no. 1245, p. 459-462.

1918c Further considerations of the occurrence of human remains
in the Pleistocene deposits at Vero, Florida: Am. Anthro-
pologist, n. s. vol. 20, no. 1, p. 1-36.

1919a Descriptions of some mammalian and fish remains from
Florida of probablyPleistocene age: U.S. Nat. Mus. Proc.,
vol. 56, p. 103-112, pub. 2291.

1919b On the relative ages of certain Pleistocene deposits: Am.
Jour. Sci., 4th ser., vol. 47, no. 281, art. 24, p. 361-375.

1920 Descriptions of some Pleistocene vertebrates found in the
United States: U.S. Nat. Mus. Proc., vol. 58, p. 83-146,
pub. 2328.

1921 Descriptions of species of Pleistocene Vertebrata, types or
specimens of most of which are preserved in the United
States National Museum: U.S. Nat. Mus. Proc., vol. 59,
p. 599-642, pub. 2391.

1922 Description of a new fossil sea cow from Florida, Metaxy-
therium floridanum: U.S. Nat. Mus. Proc., vol. 61, art.
17, p. 1-4, pub. 2438.

1923a Characteristics of sundryfossil vertebrates: Pan-Am. Geol-
ogist, vol. 39, p. 101-120.

1923b The Pleistocene of North America and its vertebrated animals
from the states east of the Mississippi River and from the
Canadian Provinces east of longitude 950: Carnegie Inst.
Washington Pub. 322, p. i-viii, 1-499.

1924 Description of some fossil vertebrates from the Upper Mio-
cene of Texas: Biol. Soc. Washington Proc., vol. 37, p. 1-






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1926a A collection of Pleistocene vertebrates from southwestern
Texas: U.S. Nat. Mus. Proc., vol. 68, art. 24, p. 1-18,
pub. 2625.

1926b On the geological age of Pleistocene vertebrates found at
Vero and Melbourne, Florida: Washington Acad. Sci. Jour.,
vol. 16, no. 4, p. 387-392.

1927a A review of recent reports on investigations made in Florida
on Pleistocene geology and paleontology: Washington Acad.
Sci. Jour., vol. 17, no. 11, p. 277-283.

1927b The Pleistocene of the western region of NorthAmerica and
its vertebrated animals: Carnegie Inst. Washington Pub.
322B, 346 p.

1928a Ageof maninAmerica: El Palacio, vol. 24, no. 19, p. 418,
419.

1928b Again on Pleistocene man at Vero, Florida: Washington
Acad. Sci. Jour., vol. 18, no. 9, p. 233-241.

1928c Characteristic mammals of the early Pleistocene: Washing-
ton Acad. Sci. Jour., vol. 18, no. 15, p. 421-430.

1929 Second bibliographyand catalogue of the fossil Vertebrata of
NorthAmerica: Carnegie Inst. Washington Pub. 390, vol. 1,
916 p.

1930a Remarks on Dr. George G. Simpson's work on the Pleisto-
cene paleontology of Florida: WashingtonAcad. Sci. Jour.,
vol. 20, no. 14, p. 331-340.

1930b On the fossil Mammalia of the first interglacial stage of the
Pleistocene of the United States: Washington Acad. Sci.
Jour., vol. 20, no. 21, p. 501-509.

1930c Second bibliographyand catalogue of the fossilVertebrata of
North America: Carnegie Inst. Washington Pub. 390, vol.
2, 1074 p.

Hayden, F.V. (see Leidy, J., 1873)

Heilprin, A.
1887 Explorations on the west coast of Florida and in the Okee-
chobee wilderness, with special reference to the geology
and zoology of the Floridian Peninsula: Wagner Free Inst.
Sci. Trans., vol. 1, 134 p. (Reviewed in Am. Jour. Sci.,
1887, 3rd ser., vol. 34, p. 230-232; and in Popular Sci.
Monthly, 1887, vol. 32, p. 418).






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Heizer, R. F.
1952 (and Cook, S.F.) Fluorine andotherchemicaltests of some
North American human and fossil bones: Am. Jour. Physical
Anthropology, n. s., vol. 10, no. 3, p. 289-304.

Hibbard, C.W. (see also Stovall, J.W.; Taylor, D.W.)
1940 Anew Synaptomys from the Pleistocene: Kansas Univ. Bull. ,
vol. 41, no. 22; Sci. Bull., vol. 26, no. 8, p. 367-371.

1943 The Rezabek fauna, a new Pleistocene fauna from Lincoln
County, Kansas: Kansas Univ. Sci. Bull., vol. 29, pt. 2,
no. 2, p. 235-247.

1944 Two new mammals from the middle Pliocene of Seward
County, Kansas: Kansas Univ. Sci. Bull., vol. 30, pt. 1,
no. 10, p. 107-114.

1951 A new mastodon, Serridentinus meadensis, from the middle
Pliocene of Kansas: Michigan Univ., Mus. Paleontology,
Contr., vol. 9, no. 6, p. 217-225.

1954 A new Synaptomys, an addition to the Borchers interglacial
(Yarmouth?) fauna: Jour. Mammalogy, vol. 35, no. 2, p.
249-252.

1955a Pleistocene vertebrates from the upper Becerra (Becerra
Superior) formation, Valley of Tequixquiac, Mexico, with
notes on other Pleistocene forms: Michigan'Univ., Mus.
Paleontology, Contr., vol. 12, no. 5, p. 47-96.

1955b Notes on the microtine rodents from the Port KennedyCave
deposit: Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia Proc., vol. 107, p.
87-97.

1955c The Jinglebob interglacial (Sangamon?) fauna from Kansas
and its climatic significance: Michigan Univ., Mus. Pale-
ontology, Contr., vol. 12, no. 10, p. 179-228.

Hitchcock, C.H.
1902 The Hernandes shell-heap, Ormond, Florida: Science, n. s. ,
vol. 16, no. 397, p. 203.

Hoffstetter, R.
1949 Les Felins duPleistocenede 1'Equateur, I. --Faune actuelle
et Methodes de comparison: Travaux de 1'Institut Francais
d'etudes andines, Tome 1, p. 3-52.

1952 Les Mammiferes Pleistocenes de la Republique de l'Equateur:
Paris, Soc. Geol. France, 391 p.






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1953a Sur la presence d'un Tatou geant du genre Holmesina dans
le Pleistocene de l'Equateur (Amnrrique du sud): Soc. Geol.
France Compte rendu, no. 6, p. 101, 102.

1953b A propos de Neurodromicus, un pretendu crotalide de 1'Oli-
gocene nord-armrican: Soc. Geol. France Compte rendu,
no. 8, p. 122-124.

Holmes, F. S. (see also Leidy, J., 1860)
1860 Post-Pleiocene fossils of South-Carolina: Russell and Jones,
Charleston, South Carolina, xii+122+v p.

Holmes, W.H.
1917 [Examinationof pottery], p. 51 in Hrdlicka, A., 1917a, Pre-
liminary report on finds of supposedly ancient human remains
at Vero, Florida: Jour. Geology, vol. 25, no. 1, p. 43-51.

1918a On the antiquityof man inAmerica: Science, n. s., vol. 47,
no. 1223, p. 561, 562.

1918b Report on the pottery, p. 64, in Hrdlicka, A., The "fossil"
man of Vero, Florida, p. 23-67 in Hrdlicka, A., 1918,
Recent discoveries attributed to early man in America:
Smithsonian Inst. Bur. Am. Ethnology, Bull. 66, p. 1-67.

1928 The antiquity phantom in American archeology: Science,
n.s., vol. 62, no. 1603, p. 256-258.

Holmes, W.W.
1931 (and Simpson, G.G.) Pleistocene exploration and fossil
edentates in Florida: Am. Mus. Nat. History Bull., vol.
59, art. 7, p. 383-418.

Houck, M.V.W. (see also Ferguson, V.M.)
1951 Animal remains from South Indian Field, appendix, p. 51-
57, to Ferguson, V.M., 1951, Chronology at South Indian
Field, Florida: Yale Univ. Pub. Anthropology, no. 45,
p. 1-62.

Howard, E. B.
1935 Evidence of early man in North America, based on geolog-
ical and archaeological work in New Mexico: Univ. Penn-
sylvania Mus. Jour., vol. 24, nos. 2, 3, p. 55-171.

1940 Studies bearing upon the problem of early man in Florida,
p. 309-312 in Merriam, J. C., 1940, Paleontology, early
man, and historical geology: Carnegie Inst. Washington
Yearbook 39, p. 290-312..

Howard, H.
1932 Eagles and eagle-like vultures of the Pleistocene of Rancho
la Brea: Carnegie Inst. Washington Pub. 429,Contr. Palae-
ontology, 82 p.







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1938 The Rancho la Brea caracara: a new species: Carnegie
Inst. Washington Pub. 487, Contr. Palaeontology, Paper 5,
p. 217-240.

1940 A new race of caracara from the Pleistocene of Mexico:
Condor, vol. 42, no. 1, p. 41-44.

1942 A review of the American fossil storks: Carnegie Inst.
Washington Pub. 530, Paper 7, p. 187-203.

1946 A review of the Pleistocene birds of Fossil Lake, Oregon:
Carnegie Inst. Washington Pub. 551, Paper 8, p. 141-195.

Hrdlicka, A. (see also Vaughan, T.W., 1907; Wherry, E. T., 1918)
1907 Skeletal remains suggesting or attributed to early manin
North America: Smithsonian Inst., Bur. Am. Ethnology,
Bull. 33, 113 p.

1917a Preliminary report on finds of supposedly ancient human
remains at Vero, Florida: Jour. Geology, vol. 25, no. 1,
p. 43-51.

1917b Examination into the subject of supposedly ancient human
remains at Vero, Florida: Smithsonian Misc. Coll., vol.
66, no. 17, p. 24-28, pub. 2438.

1917c Trip to Fort Myers region, west coast of Florida: Smith-
sonian Misc. Coll., vol. 66, no. 17, p. 28, 29, pub. 2438.

1918 The "fossil" man of Vero, Florida, p. 23-67in Hrdlicka, A. ,
Recent discoveries attributed to early man in America:
Smithsonian Inst., Bur. Am. Ethnology, Bull. 66, p. 1-67.

1919 Examination of ancient human remains in Florida: Smith-
sonian Inst. Ann. Rept. 1917, p. 10-12.

1922 The anthropology of Florida: Florida State Hist. Soc. Pub.
1, 140 p. (Non vid.)

1928 Ancient man in America: El Palacio, vol. 24, no. 17, p.
324-326.

1937 Earlyman inAmerica: What have the bones to say?, p. 93-
104 in MacCurdy, G. G. (ed.), 1937, Early Man: J. B. Lip-
pincott Co., Philadelphia and New York, 362 p.

Hue, E.
1918 L'homme fossile de Vero, Floride, Etats-Unis.: Soc. pre-
historique Franc. Bull., Tome 15, p. 319-336.


Hunt, A.P. (see Hunt, C.B.)






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Hunt, C.B.
1957 (and Hunt, A. P.) Stratigraphyandarcheologyof some Flor-
ida soils: Geol. Soc. America Bull. vol. 68, no. 7, p. 797-
806.

Jahns, R.H.
1940 Stratigraphy of the easternmost Ventura Basin, California,
with a description of a new lower Miocene mammalian fauna
from the Tick Canyon formation: Carnegie Inst. Washington
Pub. 514, Contr. Paleontology, Paper 9, p. 145-194.

James, G. T.
1957 An edentate from the Pleistocene of Texas: Jour. Paleon-
tology, vol. 31, no. 4, p. 796-808.


Jenkins, J.H. (see Schantz, V.S.)


Jenks, A. E.
1941 (and Simpson, Mrs. H.H., Sr.) Beveled artifacts in Flor-
ida of the same type as artifacts found near Clovis, New
Mexico: Am. Antiquity, vol. 6, no. 4, p. 314-319.

Jenness, D. (see also Romer, A.S., 1933)
1933 The American Aborigines; their origin and antiquity (ed.):
Toronto Univ. Press, Toronto, 396 p.

Joleaud, L.
1919a Relations entire les migrations du genre Hipparion et les
connexions continentales de l'Europe, de l'Afrique et de
1'Amerique au Miocene superieur: Acad. Sci. Paris,
Comptes rendus des Seances, Tome 168, Jan. -June, p. 177-
179.

1919b Sur les migrations a 1'epoque Neogene des Hipparion, des
hippotragines et des tragelaphines: Acad. Sci. Paris,
Comptes rendus, Tome 168, Jan.-June, p. 310-312.

Jordan, D.S.
1930 (and Evermann, B.W., and Clark, H.W.) Check list of the
fishes and fishlike vertebrates of North and Middle America
north of the northern boundary of Venezuela and Colombia:
U.S. Commissioner of Fisheries Rept. for 1928, Appendix
X, 670 p. (reprinted 1955).
Kaisen, O. C. (see Skinner, M. F.)

Keith, Sir A.
1925 The antiquity of man, rev'd. ed.: J.B. Lippincott Co.,
Philadelphia, vol. 2, p. 377-753.

Kellogg, R. (see also Miller, G.S., Jr.)
1924 Tertiarypelagic mammalsof easternNorth America: Geol.
Soc. America Bull., vol. 35, no. 4, p. 755-76b.






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1928 The history of whales, their adaptation to life in the water:
Quart. Rev. Biol. vol. 3, nos. 2, 3, p. 29-76, 174-208.

1929 A new fossil toothed whale from Florida: Am. Mus. Novi-
tates, no. 389, p. 1-10.

1936 A review of the Archaeoceti: Carnegie Inst. Washington
Pub. 482, xv+366 p.

1944 Fossil cetaceans from the Florida Tertiary: HarvardColl.
Mus. Comp. Zoology Bull., vol. 94, no. 9, p. 432-471.

1957 (and Whitmore, F.C.) Mammals, p. 1021-1024 in Ladd,
H. S. (ed.), Treatise on marine ecology and paleoecology,
vol. 2, paleoecology: Geol. Soc. America, Mem. 67,
1077 p.

Kirby-Smith, H. T. (see McCrady, E.)

Kost, J.
1887 First report of the Geological Survey of Florida, 31 p.

Kulp, J.L. (see Broecker, W.S.)

Lambrecht, K.
1933 Handbuch der Palaeornithologie: Berlin, Gebrtider Born-
traeger, p. i-xx, 1-1024.

Lawrence, B.
1942 The muskrat in Florida: New England Zool. Club Proc.,
vol. 19, p. 17-20.

1943 Miocenebat remains from Florida, with notes on the generic
characters of the humerus of bats: Jour. Mammalogy, vol.
24, no. 3, p. 356-369.

Leidy, J. (see also Cope, E.D.; Lucas, F.A.;Neal, J.C.)
1854a [Reference to a fossil tooth of a tapir]: Acad. Nat. Sci.
Philadelphia Proc. for 1852 and 1853, vol. 6, p. 106.

1854b Remarks on Tapirus haysii: Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia
Proc. for 1852 and 1853, vol. 6, p. 148.

1859a Remarks on fossils from Nebraska: Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila-
delphia Proc. for 1858, p. 10.

1859b Notice of remains of extinct Vertebrata from the valley of
the Niobrara River, etc. : Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia
Proc. for 1858, p. 11.






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1860 Description of vertebrate fossils, p. 99-122, in Holmes,
F.S., 1860, Post-Pleiocene fossils of South-Carolina:
Russell and Jones, Charleston, South Carolina, xii+122+v p.

1870 [Narrative of a short visit toBoston and Cambridge]: Acad.
Nat. Sci. Philadelphia Proc. for 1870, p. 96-99.

1872 Remarks on some extinct vertebrates: Acad. Nat. Sci.
Philadelphia Proc. for 1872, vol. 24, p. 38-40.

1873 Contributions to the extinct vertebrate fauna of the western
territories: in Hayden, F. V., U. S. Geol. Survey Terr.
Rept. vol. 1, pt. 1, p. 14-358.

1876 Remarks on fossils from the Ashleyphosphate beds: Acad.
Nat. Sci. Philadelphia Proc. for 1876, p. 80, 81.

1877 Description of vertebrate remains, chiefly from the phos-
phate beds of South Carolina: Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia
Jour., 2nd ser., vol. 8, pt. 3, p. 209-261.

1883a On the remains of horses: Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia
Proc. for 1882, p. 290, 291.

1883b On an extinct peccary: Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia Proc.
for 1882, p. 301, 302.

1884 [Fossilvertebrates fromArcher, Florida]: Science, vol. 3,
no. 67, p. 606, 607. (Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia, April22,
1884).

1885 Vertebrate fossils from Florida: Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadel-
phia Proc. for 1884, p. 118, 119.

1886a Rhinoceros and Hippotherium from Florida: Acad. Nat. Sci.
Philadelphia Proc. for 1885, p. 32, 33.

1886b Remarks on Mylodon: Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia Proc.
for 1885, p. 49-51.

1887a Mastodon and llama from Florida: Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila-
delphia Proc. for 1886, p. 11, 12.

1887b An extinct boar from Florida: Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia
Proc. for 1886, p. 37, 38.

1887c Caries in the mastodon: Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia Proc.
for 1886, p. 38.

1887d Toxodon and other remains from Nicaragua, C.A. : Acad.
Nat. Sci. Philadelphia Proc. for 188o, p. 275-277.






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1888 Fossil bones from Florida: Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia
Proc. for 1887, p. 309, 310.

1889a Notice of some fossil human bones: Wagner Free Inst. Sci.
Trans., vol. 2, p. 9-12.

1889b Description of mammalian remains from a rock crevice in
Florida: Wagner Free Inst. Sci. Trans. vol. 2, p. 13-17.

1889c Description of vertebrate remains from Peace Creek, Flor-
ida: Wagner Free Inst. Sci. Trans., vol. 2, p. 19-32.

1889d On Platygonus, an extinct genus allied to the peccaries:
Wagner Free Inst. Sci. Trans., vol. 2, p. 41-50.

1889e Notice and description of fossils in caves and crevices of
the limestone rocks of Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania Geol.
Survey Ann. Rept. for 1887, p. 1-20.

1890a The saber-tooth tiger of Florida: Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadel-
phia Proc. for 1889, p. 29-31.

1890b Fossil vertebrates from Florida: Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadel-
phia Proc. for 1889, p. 96, 97.

1891a Fossil vertebrates from Florida: Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadel-
phia Proc. for 1890, p. 64, 65.

1891b Hippotherium and Rhinoceros from Florida: Acad. Nat. Sci.
Philadelphia Proc. for 1890, p. 182, 183.

1891c Mastodon and capybara of South Carolina: Acad. Nat. Sci.
Philadelphia Proc. for 1890, p. 184, 185.

1892 [Lists and comments on the fossil vertebrates from the Alach-
ua clays, Peach Creek and Caloosahatchie Creek], p. 129,
130 in Dall, W.H., and Harris, G.D., 1892, Correlation
papers: Neocene of North America: U.S. Geol. Survey
Bull. 84, 349 p.

1896 Fossil vertebrates from theAlachua clays of Florida: Wag-
ner Free Inst. Sci. Trans., vol. 4, p. 1-61.

Leriche, M.
1942 Contribution a l'etude des faunes ichthyologiques marines
des terrains tertiaires de la plaine cotiere Atlantique et du
Centre des Etats-Unis. Le Synchronisme des formations
tertiaires des de;ux cotes de l'Atlantique: Soc. G'ol. France
Mem. 45, n. s., Tome 20, Fasc. 2-4, Feuilles 8-21, p. 1-
112.






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Lingham, C.W. (see Ferguson, G.E.)

Loomis, F.B. (see also Gidley, J.W., 1926c)
1924 Artifacts associated with the remains of a columbian ele-
phant at Melbourne, Florida: Am. Jour. Sci., 5th ser.,
vol. 8, no. 48, p. 503-508.

1925 The Florida man: Science, n. s., vol. 62, no. 1611, p. 436.

1926 Early man in Florida: Nat. History, vol. 26, no. 3, p. 260-
262.

1927 A giant tortoise from Florida: Am. Jour. Sci., 5th ser.,
vol. 13, no. 77, p. 435-439.

Love, S.K. (see Ferguson, G.E.)

Loveridge, A.
1957 (and Williams, E. E.) Revision of the African tortoises and
turtles of the suborder Cryptodira: Harvard Coll. Mus.
Comp. Zoology Bull., vol. 115, no. 6, p. 163-557.

Lucas, F.A.
1896 In Leidy, J., 1896, Fossil vertebrates from the Alachua
clays of Florida: Wagner Free Inst. Sci. Trans., vol. 4,
p. 1-61. (Prefatory note, p. vii, viii, 41-54, of text written
by Lucas).

1899 The fossil bison of North America: U.S. Nat. Mus. Proc.,
vol. 21, p. 755-771, pub. 1172.

Lull, R.S.
1915 A Pleistocene ground sloth, Mylodon harlani, from Rock
Creek, Texas: Am. Jour. Sci., 4th ser., vol. 39, no. 232,
p. 327-385.

Lyell, C.
1863 The geological evidences of the antiquity of man: Childs,
Philadelphia, 3rd ed. 526 p.

Lynn, W. G. (see Collins, R. L., .1936)

MacCurdy, G. G.
1917a Archaeological evidences of man's antiquity at Vero, Fla.:
Jour. Geology, vol. 25, no. 1, p. 56-62.

1917b The problem of man's antiquityatVero, Fla.: Am. Anthro-
pologist, n. s., vol. 19, no. 2, p. 252-261.

1937 (see also Sellards, E.H., 1937, and Hrdlicka, A., 1937)
Early man (ed.): J.B. Lippincott Co., Philadelphia and
New York, 362 p.







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MacGowan, K.
1950 Early man in the new world: MacMillan, New York, 260 p.

MacNeill, F. S.
1949 Pleistocene shorelines in Florida and Georgia: U.S. Geol.
Survey Prof. Paper 221-F, p. 95-107.

Martin, P. S.
1957 (and Harrell, B. E.) The Pleistocene history of temperate
biotas in Mexico and eastern United States: Ecology, vol.
38, no. 3, p. 468-480.

Matson, G. C.
1909 (and Clapp, F. G.) A preliminary report on the geology of
Florida: Florida Geol. Survey 2nd Ann. Rept., 1908-1909,
p. 28-173.

1913 (and Sanford, S.) Geology and ground waters of Florida:
U.S. Geol. Survey Water-Supply Paper 319, 445 p.

1915 The phosphate deposits of Florida: U.S. Geol. SurveyBull.
604, 101 p.

Matsumoto, H.
1918 On the fossil human bones found at Vero, Florida: Anthro-
pological Soc. Tokyo Jour., vol. 33, no. 374, p. 157-160.
(In Japanese)

Matthew, W.D.
1909 Faunal lists of the Tertiary Mammalia of the West, p. 91-
120, in Osborn, H. F., 1909, Cenozoic mammal horizons of
westernNorthAmerica: U.S. Geol. SurveyBull. 361, 138 p.

1917 Gigantic Megatherium from Florida: Geol. Soc. America
Bull., vol. 28, no. 2, p. 212 (abstract).

1924 Third contribution to the Snake Creek fauna: Am. Mus. Nat.
History Bull., vol. 50, art. 2, p. 59-210.

McCown, T.D.
1941 The antiquity of man in the new world: Am. Antiquity, vol.
6, no. 3, p. 203-213.

McCrady, E.
1951 (and Kirby-Smith, H. T., and Templeton, H.) New finds of
Pleistocene jaguar skeletons from Tennessee caves: U.S.
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McGrew, P.O.
1939 A new Amphicyon front the Deep River Miocene: Field Mus.
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Meade, G. E.
1952 The water rat in the Pleistocene of Texas: Jour. Mam-
malogy, vol. 33, no. 1, p. 87-89.

Mercer, H. C.
1899 The bone cave at Port Kennedy, Pennsylvania, and its par-
tial excavation in 1894, 1895, and 1896: Acad. Nat. Sci.
Philadelphia Jour., 2nd ser., vol. 11, pt. 2, art. 9, p. 269-
288.

Merriam, J. C.
1912 The fauna of Rancho la Brea, Part II. Canidae: California
Univ. Mem., vol. 1, no. 2, p. 215-272.

1918a Note on the systematic position of the wolves of the Canis
dirus group: California Univ., Dept. Geol. Sci.,Bull., vol.
10, no. 27, p. 531-533.

1918b [Comparison of tooth of Merychippus sp. Sellards 1916 from
Quincy, Florida, with horses of the western United States
in the University of California collection], p. 108, inOsborn,
H. F., 1918, Equidae of the Oligocene, Miocene, and Plio-
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1925 (and Stock, C.) Relationships and structure of the short-
faced bear, Arctotherium, from the Pleistocene of Califor-
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1932 (and Stock, C.) The Felidae of Rancho la Brea: Carnegie
Inst. Washington Pub. 422, 231 p.

1935a Areview of evidence relatingto the status of the problem of
antiquity of man in Florida: Science, vol. 82, no. 2118, p.
103 (abstract).

1935b Florida scenes re-examined for ancient man: El Palacio,
vol. 39, nos. 7-9, p. 46.

1936 (andassociates) Paleontological researches: CarnegieInst.
Washington, Yearbook 35, for the year 1935-36, p. 316-326.

Miller, A. H.
1931 Review of A. Wetmore, The avifauna of the Pleistocene in
Florida: Condor, vol. 33, no. 4, p. 173, 174.

1956 (and Bowman, R.I.) Fossil birds of the late Pliocene of
Cita Canyon, Texas: Wilson Bull., vol. 68, no. 1, p. 38-
46.

Miller, G.S., Jr.
1955 (and Kellogg, R.) List of North American Recent mammals:
U.S. Nat. Mus. Bull. 205, 954 p.






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Miller, L.
1942 (and DeMay, I.) The fossil birds of California; an avifauna
and bibliography with annotations: California Univ. Pub.
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Milstead, W.W.
1956 Fossil turtles of FriesenhahnCave, Texas, withthe descrip-
tion of anew species of Testudo: Copeia, 1956, no. 3, p. 162-
171.

Mook, C.C.
1921 Skull characters and affinities of the extinct Florida gavial,
Gavialosuchus americanus (Sellards): Am. Mus. Nat. His-
tory Bull., vol. 44, art. 5, p. 33-42.

1924 Further notes on the skull characters of Gavialosuchus
americanus (Sellards): Am. Mus. Novitates, no. 155, 2 p.

1946 A new Pliocene alligator from Nebraska: Am. Mus. Novi-
tates, no. 1311, 12 p.

Mossom, S. (see Cooke, C.W., 1929)

Neal, J. C.
1885 [Discovery of another bed of fossil bones in the Alachua
clays], communicated to Joseph Leidy: Am. Naturalist,
vol. 19, no. 8, p. '834.'

Neill, W. T.
1953 Notes on the supposed association of artifacts and extinct
vertebrates in Flagler County, Florida: Am. Antiquity, vol.
19, no. 2, p. 170, 171.

1955 (and Bullen, R.P.) Muskrat remains from a prehistoric
Indian site in Jackson County, Florida: Jour. Mammalogy,
vol. 36, no. 1, p. 138.

1956 (and Gut, H. J., and Brodkorb, P.) Animal remains from
four preceramic sites in Florida: Am. Antiquity, vol. 21,
no. 4, p. 383-395.

1957 The rapid mineralization of organic remains in Florida, and
its bearing on supposed Pleistocene records: FloridaAcad.
Sci. Quart. Jour., vol. 20, no. 1, p. 1-13.

Nelson, N. C.
1918a Chronology in Florida: Am. Mus. Nat. History Anthropo-
logical Papers, vol. 22, pt. 2, p. 75-103.

1918b Additional studies in the Pleistocene at Vero, Florida:
Science, n. s. vol. 47, no. 1216, p. 394, 395.






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Nicholas, G.
1953 Recent paleontological discoveries from Cumberland Bone
Cave: Sci. Monthly, vol. 76, no. 5, p. 301-305.

Nott, J.C. (see also Agassiz, L., 1853; Usher, W., 1854)
1854 (and Gliddon, G. R.) Types of mankind: Lippincott, Grambo,
and Co., Philadelphia, 738 p.

Oelrich, T. M.
1952 A new Testudo from the Upper Pliocene of Kansas with addi-
tionalnotes on associated Rexroad mammals: Kansas Acad.
Sci. Trans., vol. 55, no. 3, p. 300-311.

1953 A new boxturtle from the Pleistocene of southwestern Kansas:
Copeia, 1953, no. 1, p. 33-38.

1957 The status of the Upper Pliocene turtle, Testudo turgida
Cope: Jour. Paleontology, vol. 31, no. 1, p. 228-241.

Oglesby, W.R. (see Puri, H.S.)

Olsen, S.J.
1956a A small mustelid from the Thomas Farm Miocene: Harvard
Coll. Mus. Comp. Zoology Breviora, no. 51, 5 p.

1956b A new species of Osteoborus from the Bone Valley formation
of Florida: Florida Geol. Survey Special Pub. 2, Contr. to
Florida Vertebrate Paleontology, Paper 1, p. 1-5.

1956c The Caninae of the Thomas Farm Miocene: Harvard Coll.
Mus. Comp. Zoology Breviora, no. 66, 12 p.

1957a The lower dentition of Mephititaxus ancipidens: Jour. Mam-
malogy, vol. 38, no. 4, p. 452-454.

1957b Leptarctines from the Florida Miocene: Am. Mus. Novi-
tates, no. 1861, p. 1-7.

1958a A new beak-jawed mastodont from Florida: Paleont. Soc.
India Jour., vol. 2, no. 1. (In press, non vid.)

1958b The fossil carnivore Amphicyon intermedius from the Thom-
as Farm Miocene of Florida. Pt. I: Skull and dentition:
HarvardColl. Mus. Comp. ZoologyBull. (Inpress)

1958c The bog lemming, Synaptomys, from the Pleistocene of
Florida: Jour. Mammalogy, vol. 39, no. 3. (In press, non
vid.)

Olson, E. C.
1940 A late Pleistocene fauna from Herculaneum, Missouri: Jour.
Geology, vol. 48, no. 1, p. 32-56.






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Osborn, H. F. (see also Colbert, E. H., 1942b; Merriam, J. C., 1918b)
1904 New Miocene rhinoceroses with revision of known species:
Am. Mus. Nat. History Bull., vol. 20, art. 27, p. 307-326.

1909 Cenozoic mammal horizons of western NorthAmerica, with
faunal lists of the Tertiary Mammalia of the West byWilliam
Diller Matthew: U.S. Geol. Survey Bull. 361, 138 p.

1910 The age of mammals in Europe, Asia and North America:
MacMillan Co. New York, 635 p.

1918 Equidae of the Oligocene, Miocene and Pliocene of North
America, iconographic type revision: Am. Mus. Nat. His-
tory Mem., n. s., vol. 2, pt. 1, p. 1-227.

1923 New subfamily, generic, and specific stages in the evolu-
tion of the Proboscidea: Am. Mus. Novitates, no. 99, 4 p.

1926 Additionalnew genera and species of the mastodontoid Pro-
boscidea: Am. Mus. Novitates, no. 238, 16 p.

1929 New Eurasiatic and American proboscideans: Am. Mus.
Novitates, no. 393, 21 p.

1930 Parelephas floridanus from the Upper Pleistocene of Flor-
ida compared with P. jeffersonii: Am. Mus. Novitates, no.
443, 17 p.

1934 Evolution and geographic distribution of the Proboscidea;
Moeritheres, Deinotheres and Mastodonts: Jour. Mam-
malogy, vol. 15, no. 3, p. 177-184.

1936 Proboscidea, a monograph of the discovery, evolution, mi-
gration, and extinction of the mastodonts, and elephants of
the world, vol. 1: Moeritherioidea, Deinotherioidea, Mas-
todontoidea: Am. Mus. Nat. History Press, New York,
p. 1-802.

1942 Proboscidea, a monograph of the discovery, evolution, mi-
gration, and extinction of the mastodonts and elephants of
theworld, vol. 2: Stegodontoidea, Elephantoidea: Am. Mus.
Nat. History Press, New York, p. 803-1675.

Patterson, B.
1949 [Comments on Megatherium from El Salvador and Florida],
p. 1749, 1750, in Stirton, R.A., and Gealey, W.K., 1949,
Reconnaissance geology and vertebrate paleontology of El
Salvador, CentralAmerica: Geol. Soc. America Bull., vol.
60, no. 11, p. 1731-1754.






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Paula Couto, C. de
1948 Sobre os vertebrados fosseis de colecao sellow, do Uruguai:
Serv. Geol. Min. Brasil, Bol. 125, 14 p.

Peterson, O.A.
1926 The fossils of the Frankstown Cave, Blair County, Pennsyl-
vania: Carnegie Mus. Annals, vol. 16, no. 2, p. 249-297.

Pirkle, E. C.
1956 The Hawthorne and Alachua formations of Alachua County,
Florida: Florida Acad. Sci. Quart. Jour., vol. 19, no. 4,
p. 197-240.

Puri, H.S.
1958 (and Oglesby, W.R., and Yon, J.W., Jr.) Geology of Gil-
christ and Dixie counties, Florida (to be published as Florida
Geol. Survey Bull.).

Quinn, J.H.
1952 Recognition of hipparions and other horses in the middle
Miocene mammalian faunas of the Texas Gulf Region: Univ.
Texas Bur. Economic Geology Rept. Investigations 14,
p. 5, 6.

1955 Miocene Equidae of the Texas Gulf Coastal Plain: Texas
Univ. Pub. 5516, 102 p.

Rains, G.W.
1850 Geologyof Florida: Sci. Am. vol. 5, no. 21, p. 165 (Feb. 9).

Ray, C.E.
1958 Additions to the Pleistocene mammalian fauna of Melbourne,
Florida: Harvard Coll. Mus. Comp. Zoology Bull.


Richards, H. G.
1936 Studies on the Pleistocene of Florida: p. 323-325, in Mer-
riam, J.C., and associates, Paleontological researches:
Carnegie Inst. Washington Yearbook, no. 35, for the year
1935-36, p. 316-326.

1938 Marine Pleistocene of Florida: Geol. Soc. America Bull.,
vol. 49, no. 8, p. 1267-1296.

Romer, A. S.
1933 Pleistocene vertebrates and their bearing on the problem of
human antiquity in North America, chap. 2, p. 49-83, in
Jenness, D. (ed.), 1933, The American Aborigines; their
origin and antiquity: Toronto Univ. Press, Toronto, 396 p.

1945 Vertebrate paleontology: Chicago Univ. Press, Chicago,
687 p.






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1948 The fossil mammals of Thomas Farm, Gilchrist County,
Florida: Florida Acad. Sci. Jour., vol. 10, no. 1, p. 1-11.

1956 Osteology of the reptiles: Chicago Univ. Press, Chicago,
772 p.

Rouse, I.
1947 (and Goggin, J. M.) An anthropological bibliography of the
eastern seaboard: Eastern States Archeological Federation,
Research Pub. 1, New Haven, 174 p.

1950 Vero and Melbourne man: A cultural and chronological
interpretation: New YorkAcad. Sci. Trans., 2nd ser., vol.
12, no. 7, p. 220-224.

1951 A survey of Indian River archeology, Florida: Yale Univ.
Pub. Anthropology, no. 44, 296 p.

1952 The age of the Melbourne interval: Texas Archeological and
Paleontological Soc. Bull., vol. 23, p. 293-299.

Sanford, S. (see Matson, G. C., 1913)

Savage, D. F.
1951 Late Cenozoic vertebrates of the San Francisco Bayregion:
California Univ. Pub. Geol., vol. 28, no. 10, p. 215-314.

Schantz, V.S.
1950 (and Jenkins, J.H. ) Extension of range of the round-tailed
muskrat, Neofiber alleni: Jour. Mammalogy, vol. 31, no.
4, p. 460, 461.

Schlaikjer, E. M.
1937 A studyof Parahippus wyomingensis and a discussion of the
phylogeny of the genus: Harvard Coll. Mus. Comp. Zoology
Bull., vol. 80, no. 5, p. 255-280.

Schmidt, K. P.
1953 Achecklist of North American amphibians and reptiles: Am.
Soc. Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Chicago Univ.
Press, Chicago, 6th ed., 280 p.

Schroeder, W. C. (see Bigelow, H.B.)

Schwartz, A.
1953 A systematic study of the water rat (Neofiber alleni): Michi-
gan Univ., Mus. Zoology, Occ. Papers, no. 547, p. 1-28.

Scott, W.B.
1913 Ahistoryof landmammals in thewestern hemisphere: Mac-
Millan and Co., New York, 693 p.






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1937 A history of land mammals in the western hemisphere:
MacMillan and Co., New York, (revised ed.), 786 p.

Sellards, E.H.
1908a Fossils contained in the Florida formations: Florida Geol.
Survey 1st Ann. Rept., 1907-08, p. 23-25.

1908b Fossil human remains in Florida: Florida Geol. Survey
1st Ann. Rept., 1907-08, p. 25.

1908c Bibliography of Florida geology: Florida Geol. Survey 1st
Ann. Rept., 1907-08, p. 73-108.

1912 The soils and other surface residual materials of Florida:
Florida Geol. Survey 4th Ann. Rept., p. 7-79.

1913a Bibliography of publications on the phosphates of Florida,
p. 67-80, in Origin of the hard rock phosphates of Florida:
Florida Geol. Survey 5th Ann. Rept., p. 23-80.

1913b Origin of the hard rock phosphate deposits of Florida: Flor-
ida Geol. Survey 5th Ann. Rept., p. 23-80.

1914 The relation between the Dunnellon formation and theAlachua
clays of Florida: Florida Geol. Survey 6th Ann. Rept., p.
161, 162.

1915a Anew gavial from the Late Tertiary of Florida: Am. Jour.
Sci., 4th ser., vol. 40, no. 236, art. 11, p. 135-138.

1915b Chlamytherium septentrionalis, an edentate from thePleis-
tocene of Florida: Am. Jour. Sci., 4th ser., vol. 40, no.
236, art. 12, p. 139-145.

1915c The value to science of the fossil animal remains found im-
bedded in the earth: Florida Geol. Survey Press Bull. 6,
2p. (Reprinted, Florida Geol. Survey 7thAnn. Rept., 1915,
p. 7-9.

1915d The pebble phosphates of Florida: Florida Geol. Survey 7th
Ann. Rept., p. 25-116.

1916a On the discoveryof fossilhuman remains in Florida in asso-
ciation with extinct vertebrates: Am. Jour. Sci., 4th ser.,
vol. 42, no. 247, art. 1, p. 1-18.

1916b A new tortoise and a supplementary note on the gavial,
Tomistoma americana: Am. Jour. Sci., 4th ser., vol. 42,
no. 249, art. 25, p. 235-240.

1916c Human remains from the Pleistocene of Florida: Science,
n.s., vol. 44, no. 1139, p. 615-617.






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1916d Bibliography and review of papers relating to the fossil
vertebrates of Florida, p. 109-119, in Fossil vertebrates
from Florida: a new Miocene fauna; new Pliocene species;
the Pleistocene fauna: Florida Geol. Survey 8th Ann. Rept.,
p. 77-119.

1916e Fossilvertebrates fromFlorida: a new Miocene fauna; new
Pliocene species;the Pleistocene fauna: Florida Geol. Sur-
vey 8th Ann. Rept., p. 77-119.

1916f Human remains and associated fossils from the Pleistocene
of Florida: Florida Geol. Survey 8th Ann. Rept., p. 122-
160.

1917a Fossil vertebrates from Florida: Geol. Soc. AmericaBull.,
vol. 28, no. 2, p. 214 (abstract).

1917b On the association of human remains andextinct vertebrates
at Vero, Florida: Jour. Geology, vol. 25, no. 1, p. 4-24.

1917c Note on the deposits containing human remains and artifacts
at Vero, Florida: Jour. Geology, vol. 25, no. 7, p. 659,
660.

1917d Further notes on human remains from Vero, Florida: Am.
Anthropologist, n. s. vol. 19, no. 2, p. 239-251.

1917e Review of the evidence on whichthe human remains found at
Vero are referred to the Pleistocene: Florida Geol. Survey
9th Ann. Rept., p. 69-82.

1917f Supplement to studies in the Pleistocene at Vero, Florida:
Florida Geol. Survey 9th Ann. Rept., p. 141-143.

1918 The skull of a Pleistocene tapir including description of a
new species and a note on the associated fauna and flora:
Florida Geol. Survey 10th Ann. Rept., p. 57-70.

1919 Literature relating tohuman remains andartifacts at Vero,
Florida: Florida Geol. Survey 12th Ann. Rept., p. 1-4;
and Am. Jour. Sci., 4th ser., vol. 47, no. 281, art. 23, p.
358-360.

1937 The Vero finds in the light of present knowledge, p. 193-210,
in MacCurdy, G.G. (ed.), Early man: J.B. Lippincott Co.,
Philadelphia and New York, 362 p.

1940 Early man in America, index to localities, and selected
bibliography: Geol. Soc. America Bull., vol. 51, no. 3,
p. 373-432.





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1947 Early man in America: Index to localities and selected
bibliography, 1940-1945: Geol. Soc. America Bull., vol.
58, no. 10, p. 955-978.

1952 Early man in America: Texas Univ. Press, Austin, 211 p.

Sherman, H.B. (see also White, T. E., 1952)
1952 A list and bibliography of the mammals of Florida, living
and extinct: Florida Acad. Sci. Quart. Jour. vol. 15, no.
2, p. 86-126.

1954 The occurrence of bison in Florida: Florida Acad. Sci.
Quart. Jour., vol. 17, no. 4, p. 228-232.

Shufeldt, R.W.
1917a Report on fossil birds from Vero, Florida, p. 18, 19, in
Sellards, E.H., On the association of human remains and
extinct vertebrates at Vero, Florida: Jour. Geology, vol.
25, no. 1, p. 4-24. (Reviewed by Stone, W., 1917)

1917b Fossil birds found at Vero, Florida: Florida Geol. Survey
9th Ann. Rept., p. 35-42. (Reviewed by Stone, W., 1918)

1918 Notes on some bird fossils from Florida: Auk, vol. 35,
no. 3, p. 357, 358.

Simpson, G. G. (see also Holmes, W.W.)
1928 Pleistocene mammals from a cave in Citrus County, Florida:
Am. Mus. Novitates, no. 328, 16 p.

1929a The extinct landmammals of Florida: Florida Geol. Survey
20th Ann. Rept., 1927-1928, p. 229-279. (In process of
revision by Olsen, S. J., 1957)

1929b Hunting extinct animals in Florida: Nat. History, vol. 29,
no. 5, p. 506-518.

1929c Pleistocene mammalian fauna of the Seminole Field, Pinellas
County, Florida: Am. Mus. Nat. History Bull., vol. 56,
art. 8, p. 561-599.

1930a Rodent giants: Nat. History, vol. 30, no. 3, p. 305-313.

1930b Additions to the Pleistocene of Florida: Am. Mus. Novitates,
no. 406, 14 p.

1930c Holmesina septentrionalis, extinct giant armadillo of Flor-
ida: Am. Mus. Novitates, no. 442, 19 p.

1930d Tertiary land mammals of Florida: Am. Mus. Nat. His-
tory Bull., vol. 59, art. 3, p. 149-211.






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1931 Origin of mammalian faunas as illustrated by that of Flor-
ida: Am. Naturalist, vol. 65, no. 698, p. 258-276.

1932a Miocene land mammals from Florida: Florida Geol. Survey
Bull. 10, p. 7-41. (Reprinted 1956)

1932b Mounted skeletons of Eohippus, Merychippus, and Hesper -
osiren: Am. Mus. Nbvitates, no. 587, 7 p.

1932c Fossil Sirenia of Florida and the evolution of the Sirenia:
Am. Mus. Nat. History Bull., vol. 59, art. 8, p. 419-503.

1936 Data on the relationships of local and continental mammalian
faunas: Jour. Paleontology, vol. 10, no. 5, p. 410-414.

1941a Discovery of jaguar bones and footprints in a cave in Ten-
nessee: Am. Mus. Novitates, no. 1131, 12 p.

1941b Large Pleistocene felines of North America: Am. Mus.
Novitates, no. 1136, 27 p.

1945a The principles of classificationand a classification of mam-
mals: Am. Mus. Nat. History Bull., vol. 85, 350 p.

1945b Notes on Pleistocene and Recent tapirs: Am. Mus. Nat.
History Bull., vol. 86, art. 2, p. 33-82.

1949 Afossildeposit in a cave in St. Louis: Am. Mus. Novitates,
no. 1408, 46 p.

Simpson, Mrs. H.H., Sr. (see Jenks, A.E.)

Simpson, J.C.
1948 Folsom-like points from Florida: Florida Anthropologist,
vol. 1, p. 11-15.

Singleton, C.P. (see Gidley, J.W., 1929c)

Skinner, M. F.
1947 (and Kaisen, O. C.) The fossil bison of Alaska and prelimi-
nary revision of the genus: Am. Mus. Nat. HistoryBull.,
vol. 89, art. 3, p. 127-256.

Spencer, J.W.
1895 Reconstruction of the Antillean continent: Geol. Soc. Amer-
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by Hay, O. P., 1929, p. 437).

Stephenson, L.W. (see Veatch, O.)

Sterns, F.H.
1918 The Pleistocene man of Vero, Florida: A summary of the
evidence of man's antiquity in the new world: Sci. Am.
Suppl., vol. 85, no. 2214, p. 354, 355.






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1919 The Pleistocene man of Vero, Florida. A review of the
latest evidence and theories: Sci. Am. Suppl., vol. 87,
no. 2251, p. 118, 119.

Stetson, H.C. (see Barbour, T., 1931)

Stewart, T. D.
1946 A re-examination of the fossil human skeletal remains from
Melbourne, Florida, with further data on the Vero skull:
Smithsonian Misc. Coll., vol. 106, no. 10, p. 1-28, pub.
3854.

Stirling, M.W.
1935 Smithsonian archeological projects conducted under the Fed-
eral Emergency Relief Administration, 1933-34: Smithson-
ian Inst. Ann. Rept. for 1934, p. 371-400.

Stirton, R. A. (see also Patterson, B.)
1936 Succession of North American continental Pliocene mam-
malian faunas: Am. Jour. Sci., 5th ser., vol. 32, no. 189,
p. 161-206.

1940 Phylogeny of North American Equidae: California Univ.,
Dept. Geol. Sci., Bull., vol. 25, no. 4, p. 165-198.

1949 (and Gealey, W.K.) Reconnaissance geology and vertebrate
paleontology of El Salvador, Central America: Geol. Soc.
America Bull., vol. 60, no. 11, p. 1731-1753.

Stock, C. (see also Merriam, J. C., 1925, 1932)
1925 Cenozoic gravigrade edentates of western North America
with special reference to the Pleistocene Megalonychinae
and Mylodontidae of Rancho la Brea: Carnegie Inst. Wash-
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1928 Tanupolama, a new genus of llama from the Pleistocene of
California: Carnegie Inst. Washington Pub. 393, Contr.
Palaeontology,paper 4, p. 29-37.

1950 Bears from the Pleistocene cave of San Josecito, Nuevo
Leon, Mexico: Washington Acad. Sci. Jour., vol. 40, no.
10, p. 317-321.

Stone, W.
1917 Shufeldt on fossil birds from Florida: Auk, vol. 34, no. 3,
p. 357, 358. (Review of Shufeldt, R.W., 1917a)

1918 Shufeldt on fossil'birds from Vero, Florida: Auk, vol. 35,
no. 2, p. 249. (Review of Shufeldt, R.W., 1917b)

Stovall, J.W.
1948 (and Hibbard, C.W.) The giant armadillo, Holmesina
septentrionalis (Leidy), new to the Pleistocene of Oklahoma:
Jour. Mammalogy, vol. 29, no. 4, p. 420.






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Symposium (see Chamberlin, R. T., 1917a; Hay, O. P. 1917b; Hrdlicka,
A., 1917a; MacCurdy, G.G., 1917a; Sellards, E.H., 1917b;
Vaughan, T.W., 1917)
1917 Symposium on the age and relations of the fossil human re-
mains found at Vero, Florida: Jour. Geology, vol. 25, no.
1, p. 1-62.

Taylor, D.N. (see Camp, C.L., 1942)

Taylor, D..W.
1955 (and Hibbard, C.W.) A new Pleistocene fauna from Harper
County, Oklahoma: Oklahoma Geol. Survey, Circ. 37, p. 1-
23.

Templeton, H. (see McCrady, E.)

Thorpe, M.R.
1937 The Merycoidodontidae, an extinct group of ruminant mam-
mals: Peabody Mus. Nat. History Mem., vol. 3, pt. 4,
428 p.

Tihen, J. A.
1951 Anuran remains from the Miocene of Florida with the descrip-
tion of a new species of Bufo: Copeia, 1951, no. 3, p. 230-
235.

1952 Rana grylio from the Pleistocene of Florida: Herpetologica,
vol. 8, no. 3, p. 107.

Toulmin, L.D.
1952 Volume of Cenozoic sediments in Florida and Georgia: Geol.
Soc. America Bull., vol. 63, no. 12, pt. 2, p. 1165-1176.
(Pt. 2 of Sedimentary volumes in the Gulf Coastal Plain of
the United States and Mexico).

Tucek, C.S. (see Broecker, W.S.)

Usher, W. (see Agassiz, L., 1853)
1854 Geology and palaeontology, in connection with huinan origins,
chap. 9, p. 327-372, in Nott, J.C., and Gliddon, G.R.,
1854, Types of mankind: Lippincott, Grambo, and Co.,
Philadelphia, 738 p.
Vallois, H. V. (see Boule, M.)

Vanderhoof, V.L. (see Camp, C.L., 1940)

Vanzolini, P.E.
1952 Fossil snakes and lizards from the Lower Miocene of Flor-
ida: Jour. Paleontology, vol. 26, no. 3, p. 452-457.

Vaughan, T.W.
1907 Report [on the stratigraphy of the Osprey, Manatee County
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Skeletal remains suggesting or attributed to early man in
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Bull. 33, p. 1-113.






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1914 (and Cooke, C.W.) Correlation of the Hawthorn formation:
Washington Acad. Sci. Jour., vol. 4, no. 10, p. 250-253.

1917 On reported Pleistocene human remains at Vero, Florida:
Jour. Geology, vol. 25, no. 1, p. 40-42.

Veatch, O.
1911 (and Stephenson, L.W.) Preliminary report on the geology
of the coastal plain of Georgia: Georgia Geol. Survey Bull.
26, 466 p.

Vernon, R. O. (see also Ferguson, G. E.)
1942 Geologyof Holmes and Washington counties, Florida: Flor-
ida Geol. Survey Bull. 21, 161 p.

1943 Florida mineral industry: Florida Geol. Survey Bull. 24,
207 p.

1951 Geology of Citrus and Levy counties, Florida: Florida Geol.
Survey Bull. 33, 256 p.

Viret, J.
1939 Monographie paleontologique de la Faune de Vertebres des
Sables de Montpellier. III. Carnivora Fissipedia: Travaux
Laboratoire Geologie Faculte Sciences Lyon, Fasciculo 37,
Memoire 2, Lyon, 26 p. (Non vid.)

Walker, S. T.
1884 Onthe origin of the fossil bones discovered in the vicinity of
Tise's Ford, Florida: U.S. Nat. Mus. Proc. for 1883, vol.
6, p. 427-429.

Wark, A.F.
1928a Paleontologic sketches. Pt. 1. Prehistoric fauna of Flor-
ida; Pt. 2. The evolution of teeth: Florida Naturalist, vol.
2, no. 1, p. 1-8.

1928b Description of a giant fossil tortoise from the Pliocene of
Florida: Florida Naturalist, vol. 2, no. 1, p. 9,10.

1929a Anew giant tortoise from the Pliocene of Florida: Am. Jour.
Sci., 5th ser., vol. 17, no. 101, p. 400-402.

1929b Paleontologic sketches. Pt. 3. The elephants: Florida Nat-
uralist, n. s., vol. 2, no. 2, old ser., vol. 8, p. 52-55.
(Pt. 4 was apparently not published)


Welles, S.P. (see Camp, C. L., 1942, 1949, 1953)






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Wetmore, A.
1928a Bones of birds fromthe Ciego Monterodeposit of Cuba: Am.
Mus. Novitates, no. 301, 5 p.

1928b Prehistoric ornithology in North America: WashingtonAcad.
Sci. Jour., vol. 18, no. 6, p. 145-158.

1929 Birds of the past in North America: SmithsonianInst. Ann.
Rept. for 1928, p. 377-389, pub. 2994.

1931a The Pleistocene avifauna of Florida: 7th Internat. Ornith.
Cong. at Amsterdam, 1930, Proc., p. 479-483. (Reviewed
in Auk, 1932; see Wetmore, A., 1932)

1931b The avifauna of the Pleistocene in Florida: Smithsonian
Misc. Coll. vol. 85, no. 2, p. 1-41. (Reviewed in Condor
by Miller, A.H., and in Auk; see Miller, A.H., 1931, Wet-
more, A., 1931c, 1931d)

1931c The avifauna of the Pleistocene in Florida (review of Wet-
more, A., 1931b): Auk, n. s., vol. 48, no. 3, p. 462.

1931d The avifauna of the Pleistocene in Florida (review of Wet-
more, A., 1931b, by Miller, A.H.): Condor, vol. 33, no.
4, p. 173, 174.

1932 The Pleistocene avifauna of Florida (review of Wetmore, A.,
1931a): Auk, n. s. vol. 49, no. 3, p. 384.

1933 Status of the genus Geranoabtus: Auk, n. s., vol. 50, no. 2,
p. 212.

1940 A check-list of the fossil birds of North America: Smith-
sonian Misc. Coll., vol. 99, p. 1-81.

1943 Fossil birds from the Tertiary deposits of Florida: New
England Zool. Club Proc., vol. 22, p. 59-68.

1944 Remains of birds from the Rexroad fauna of the Upper Plio-
cene of Kansas: Kansas Univ. Sci. Bull., vol. 30, pt. 1,
no. 9, p. 89-105.

1945 Afurther record for the double-crested cormorant from the
Pleistocene of Florida: Auk, n. s., vol. 62, no. 3, p. 459.

1951 Recent additions to our knowledge of prehistoric birds, 1933-
1949: 10th Internat. Ornith. Cong., Uppsala, 1950, Proc.,
p. 51-74.

1955 The genus Lophodytes in the Pleistocene of Florida: Condor,
vol. 57, no. 3, p. 189.






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1956 A check-list of the fossil and prehistoric birds of North
America and theWestIndies: Smithsonian Misc. Coll. vol.
131, no. 5, 105 p., pub. 42Z8.

Wetzel, R. M.
1955 Speciation and dispersal of the southern bog lemming,
Synaptomys cooper (Baird): Jour. Mammalogy, vol. 36,
no. 1, p. 1-20.

Wherry, E. T.
1918 Report on the analysis of the bones, p. 61-63, in Hrdlicka,
A., 1918, The "fossil" man of Vero, Florida, p. 23-67, in
Hrdlicka, A. Recent discoveries attributed to early man in
America: Smithsonian Inst., Bur. Am. Ethnology Bull. 66,
p. 1-67.

White, T.E.
1940 New Miocene vertebrates from Florida: New England Zool.
Club Proc. vol. 18, p. 31-38.

1941a Additions to the fauna of the Florida Pliocene: New England
Zool. Club Proc., vol. 18, p. 67-70.

1941b Additions to the Miocene fauna of Florida: New England
Zool. Club Proc., vol. 18, p. 91-98.

1941c An additional record of Megatherium from the Pliocene of
Florida: New England Zool. Club. Proc., vol. 19, p. 3-6.

1941d Collecting in the Florida Miocene: Harvard Alumni Bull.,
vol. 44, no. 5, p. 178, 179.

1942a Anew alligator from the Miocene of Florida: Copeia, 1942,
no. 1, p. 3-7.

1942b The Lower Miocene mammal fauna of Florida: Harvard Coll.
Mus. Comp. Zoology Bull., vol. 92, no. 1, p. 1-49.

1942c Additions to the fauna of the Florida phosphates: New Eng-
land Zool. Club Proc., vol. 21, p. 87-91.

1947 Additions to the Miocene fauna of north Florida: Harvard
Coll. Mus. Comp. Zoology Bull., vol. 99, no. 4, p. 497-
515.

1952 [On the status of Hexameryx and the age of Megatherium
hudsoni], p. 86, in Sherman, H.B., 1952, A list and bibli-
ography of the mammals of Florida, living and extinct:
Florida Acad, Sci. Quart. Jour., vol. 15, no. 2, p. 86-126.


Whitmore, F. C. (see Kellogg, R. 1957)






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Wickham, H. F.
1919 Fossil beetles from Vero, Florida: Florida Geol. Survey
12th Ann. Rept., p. 5-7; also Am. Jour. Sci., 4th ser.,
vol. 47, no. 281, p. 355-357.

Wieland, G.R.
1918 The Vero man and the Sabre tooth: Science, n. s., vol. 48,
no. 1230, p. 93, 94.

Williams, E. E. (see also Loveridge, A.)
1950 Testudo cubensis and'the evolution of Western Hemisphere
tortoises: Am. Mus. Nat. History Bull., vol. 95, art. 1,
p. 7-36.

1952 A new fossil tortoise from Mona Island, West Indies, and a
tentative arrangement of the tortoises of the world: Am.
Mus. Nat. History Bull., vol. 99, art. 9, p. 541-560.

1953 A new fossil tortoise from the Thomas Farm Miocene of
Florida: Harvard Coll. Mus. Comp. Zoology Bull., vol.
107, no. 11, p. 537-554.

Williams, S.
1957 The Island 35 mastodon: Its bearing on the age of archaic
cultures in the east: -Am. Antiquitf, vol. 22) no. 4, p. 359-
372.

Wood, A.E. (see also Wood, H.E., 1937)
1932 New heteromyid rodents from the Miocene of Florida: Flor-
ida Geol. Survey Bull. 10, p. 45-51. (Reprinted 1956)

1935 Evolution and relationship of heteromyid rodents, with new
forms from the Tertiary of westernNorthAmerica: Carnegie
Mus. Annals, vol. 24, p. 73-262.

1947 Miocene rodents from Florida: Harvard Coll. Mus. Comp.
Zoology Bull., vol. 99, no. 3, p. 487-494.

Wood, H.E.
1937 (andWood, A.E.) Mid-Tertiaryvertebrates from the Texas
coastalplain: Fact and fable: Am. MidlandNaturalist, vol.
18, no. 1, p. 129-146.

1957 [Study of the rhinoceroses of the Thomas Farm Miocene]:
(Ms., non vid.).

Woodring, W.P. (see Cooke, C.W., 1943)

Wormington, H. M.
1949 Ancient man in North America: Denver Mus. Nat. History,
Popular Ser., no. 4, 198 p.,. 3rd ed.






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Wyman, J.
1875 Fresh-water shell mounds of the St. Johns' River, Florida:
Peabody Acad. Sci. Salem, Mem. 4, 94 p.

Yon, J.W., Jr. (see Puri, H.S.)




























PART III


INDEX OF LOCALITIES






III. INDEX OF LOCALITIES


CRETACEOUS
Okeechobee County
Unpublished (turtle fragments from oil test well)

EOCENE
Cummer Lumber Co. Pit no. 12, near Newberry, Alachua County
(see also Miocene and Kendrick under Pleistocene)
Cooke, 1945, p. 63
Sellards, 1916e, p. 81
Marianna Caverns, Jackson County
Conrad, G.M., 1941, p. 9
Ocala, Marion County (see also Pleistocene)
Cooke, 1915, p. 113
Cooke, 1945, p. 62, 71
Kellogg, 1936, p. 9, 19, 273
Leidy, 1889b, p. 13
Leidy, 1890b, p. 96
Sellards, 1916e, p. 81

OLIGOCENE
Marianna, Jackson County (see also Pleistocene)
Cooke, 1945, p. 80, 83
Gregory, W.K., 1930, p. 7

MIOCENE
Ashley River, South Carolina (see Pleistocene)
Brewster, Polk County (see Pliocene)
Chesapeake Bay Region, Maryland (principally Calvert Formation)
Collins, 1936, p. 151
*Gazin, 1950b, p. 1-5
Kellogg, 1957, p. 1022
Cummer Lumber Co. Alachua County; Sec. 25, T9S, R16E (see also
SEocene and Kendrick under Pleistocene)
Simpson, G.G., 1929b, p. 512 (photograph)
Simpson, G.G., 1930d, p. 155, 156, 159
Dunnellon, Marion County (see also Pliocene and Pleistocene)
Hay, 1923b, p. 196, 376; map 17, 18
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 261
Franklin Phosphate Co., Pit no. 2, Alachua County
Bader, 1956, p. 50
Cooke, 1945, p. 118
Olsen, 1956c, p. 8, 9
Pirkle, 1956, p. 226
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 255
*Simpson, G.G., 1930d, p. 155, 159; fig. 2
Simpson, G. G., 1932a, p. 11-16
Vernon, 1951, p. 185
Garvin Gully, Texas
Bader, 1956, p. 50






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Hay, 1924, p. 1-18
*Quinn, 1955, p. 73 (bibliography, p. 81, 82)
Wood, H.E., 1937, p. 137
Griscom Plantation, Leon County
Bader, 1956, p. 50
Cooke, 1945, p. 118, 119
Olsen, 1956c, p. 1, 8
Osborn, 1918, p. 95
Sellards, 1916e, p. 82, 83, 87-89
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 255
*Simpson, G.G. 1930d, p. 153, 154, 159
Simpson, G.G., 1932a, p. 11-16
Stirton, 1940, p. 177
Vernon, 1951, p. 184
"Hallowell's Place", near Newberry, Alachua County
Hay, 1923b, p. 376
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 255
Hawthorn Formation
Cooke, 1929, p. 115-137
Cooke, 1945, p. 144-161
Dougherty, 1940, p. 118; fig. 4
Jahns, 1940, p. 175-181; fig. 7
Kellogg, 1957, p. 1022
Leriche, 1942, p. 56, 74-77, 87-90, 95, 96
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 248, 251-254
Vaughan, 1914, p. 250-253
*Vernon, 1951, p. 178-202
Kingsford, Polk County (see also Pliocene and Pleistocene)
Leriche, 1942, p. 95
Midway, Gadsden County (Fuller's earth mine)
Bader, 1956, p. 50
Cooke, 1945, p. 146, 151
Quinn, 1955, p. 13, 74
Sellards, 1916e, p. 82, 83, 87-90
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 255
Simpson, G.G. 1929b, p. 514 (photograph)
*Simpson, G.G. 1930d, p. 156, 157, 159; fig. 3
Simpson, G. G., 1932a, p. 11-16
Simpson, G.G., 1932c, p. 425
Vernon, 1951, p. 185
Wood, A.E., 1932, p. 45
Wood, A.E., 1947, p. 491
Newberry, Alachua County (see also Cummer Lumber Co.,
Franklin Phosphate Co. and "Hallowell's Place")
Bader, 1956, p. 50
Cooke, 1945, p. 62, 63, 119, 202
Hay, 1916, p. 42
Hay, 1923b, p. 195, 375, 376; map 17, 18
Sellards, 1913b, p. 58
Sellards, 1916e, p. 81, 94
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 255, 259, 260, 270
Simpson, G. G., 1930d, p. 176






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Pierce, Polk County (see Pliocene)
Preston, Alachua County
Cooke, 1945, p. 183
Leriche, 1942, p. 56
Quincy, Gadsden County (Floridin Co., Fuller's earth
Cooke, 1929a, p. 120, 121
Cooke, 1945, p. 143, 146, 151
Osborn, 1918, p. 108
Quinn, 1955, p. 74
Sellards, 1916e, p. 82, 87, 91
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 255
Simpson, G.G., 1929b, p. 518 (photograph)
*Simpson, G.G., 1930d, p. 157-159; fig. 4
Simpson, G.G., 1932a, p. 11-16
Simpson, G.G., 1932b, p. 5
Simpson, G.G., 1932c, p. 425, 427
Stirton, 1940, p. 181
Rock Springs, Orange County (see also Pleistocene)
Gut, 1939a, p. 53
Sanford, Seminole County (see also Pleistocene)
Gut, 1939a, p. 50
Seminole Springs, Lake County (see also Pleistocene)
Gut, 1939a, p. 52
Tallahassee Water Works, Leon County
Colbert, 1932, p.. 55, 57
Cooke, 1945, p. 154, 155
Vernon, 1951, p. 185
Thomas Farm, Gilchrist County (see also Pleistocene
Auffenberg, 1956a, p. 1
Auffenberg, 1957a, p. 14
*Bader, 1956, p. 49, 71-74
Barbour, 1944a, p. 8-15; fig. facing p. 10
Barbour, 1944b, p. 228-232
Brodkorb, 1954b, p. 180
Brodkorb, 1956c, p. 367
Cooke, 1945, p. 119, 120, 152
Downs, 1956, p. 326
Goin, 1955, p. 504
Lawrence, 1943, p. 356
Olsen, 1956a, p. 1
*Olsen, 1956c, p. 1
Olsen, 1957a, p. 452-454
Olsen, 1957b, p. 1-7
Olsen, 1958b (in press)
Pirkle, 1956, p. 226
Purl, 1958, ms.
Quinn, 1952, p. 5, 6
Quirin, 1955, p. 12, 70, 73, 74
*Romer, 1948, p. 1-11
Simpson, G.G., 1932a, p. 11-16
Stirton, 1940, p. 176


mine)


)






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Tihen, 1951, p. 230, 234, 235
Vanzolini, 1952, p. 452
Vernon, 1951, p. 185
Wetmore, 1943, p. 59
Wetmore, 1951, p. 71
Wetmore, 1956, p. 69, footnote 95
White, 1940, p. 31, 32
White, 1941b, p. 91
White, 1941d, p. 178, 179; text-fig. p. 179
White, 1942a, p. 3
White-, 1942b, p. 3, 4, 29-47; text-fig. 4-10; pi. 14
*White, 1947, p. 497
Williams, E. E. 1953, p. 537
Wood, A.E., 1947, p. 489
Wood, H.E., 1957, ms.

PLIOCENE5
"Alachua Clays"
Colbert, 1942b, p. 1495, 1496
Cooke, 1929, p. 173-179
Cooke, 1945, p. 201
Cope, 1892b, p. 130
Dall, 1892b, p. 129
Dall, 1896, p. xi-xiv
Dall, 1897, p. 164
Early, 1952, p. 20
Hay, 1919a, p. 109
Hay, 1919b, p. 373
Leidy, 1892, p. 129
*Leidy, 1896, p. ix-xiv
Lucas, 1896, p. vii, viii
Matson, 1909, p. 133-138
Matson, 1913, p. 141-144
Matson, 1915, p. 20, 21
Matthew, 1909, p. 115-118
Neal, 1885, p. 834
Osborn, 1909, p. 80, 115-118; fig. 10 ("Archer formation")
Osborn, 1910, p. 346-348; fig. 160, 171
Osborn, 1918, p. 28, 29; fig. 15
*Pirkle, 1956, p. 221-232
Quinn, 1955, p. 70, 75
Scott, 1913, p. 127
Scott, 1937, p. 97, 110-112
Sellards, 1914, p. 161, 162
Sellards, 1916e, p. 93, 94, 100
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 248, 251-254
Simpson, G. G., 1929c, p. 594
Simpson, G.G., 1930d, p. 170-177
Spencer, 1895, p. 136, 137


5See footnote 3, p. 2.






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Stirton, 1936, p. 170, 171, 174-176
Stirton, 1940, p. 183, 186
Stock, 1925, p. 15
*Vernon, 1951, p. 178-202
Amalgamated Phosphate Co. (American Cyanamid Co.) (see Brewster)
Arcadia, DeSoto County (see Peace Creek and Pleistocene)
Archer, Alachua County (see also Pleistocene)
Barbour, 1944a, p. 10, 11
Cooke, 1945, p. 62
Cope, 1889d, p. 432, 444
Gidley, 1907, p. 902
Gidley, 1913, p. 142, 143
Hay, 1923b, p. 37, 121, 195, 207, 211, 224, 232, 233, 375; map
3-5, 10, 17-19, 21, 22
Holmes, W.W., 1931, p. 394
Leidy, 1884, p. 606
Leidy, 1885, p. 118
Leidy, 1886a, p. 32
Leidy, 1887a, p. 11
Leidy, 1887b, p. 37
Leidy, 1888, p. 309
Leidy, 1889b, p. 17
Leidy, 1889c, p. 20, 21
Leidy, 1890b, p. 96
Leidy, 1891a, p. 64
Leidy, 1891b, p. 183
Leidy, 1892, p. 129
Leidy, 1896, p. ix, xi
Lucas, 1896, p. vii
Osborn, 1904, p. 313
Osborn, 1918, p. 191
Sellards, 1916e, p. 79, 80, 103
Simpson, G. G. 1929a, p. 259, 260, 270
Simpson, G.G., 1930d, p. 175, 176
Spencer, 1895, p. 136
Vernon, 1951, p. 193
Ashley River, South Carolina (see Pleistocene)
Bartow, Polk County (see also Pleistocene)
Alien, G. M. 1921, p. 145
Case, 1934, p. 110
Cooke, 1929, p. 166
Cooke, 1945, p. 132, 159, 209
Simpson, G.G., 1932c, p. 446
Bone Valley Formation
*Bergendahl, 1956, p. 79-84
*Brodkorb, 1955, p. 2-4, 29-38; table 1, 2, 7, 8
Colbert, 1942b, p. 1495, 1496
Cooke, 1929, p. 162-172
Cooke, 1945, p. 206, 207
Early, 1952, p. 17-20; text-fig., p. 18, 19





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Gregory, J. T., 1941, p. 29 (introduction by Sellards)
Kellogg, 1924, p. 765
Kellogg, 1944, p. 433, 434
MacNeil, 1949, p. 105, 106
Matson, 1909, p. 138-141
Matson, 1913, p. 144-146
Matson, 1915, p. 21, 22, 35-44, 65-67, 69
Olsen, 1958a, in press
Osborn, 1918, p. 29
Sellards, 1916e, p. 95
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 248, 251-254
Simpson, G.G., 1932c, p. 445
Vernon, 1943, p. 154-158
Brewster, Polk County
Allen, G.M., 1921, p. 148, 156, 157
Auffenberg, 1954, p. 185
Brodkorb, 1953a, p. 1
Brodkorb, 1953c, p. 94
Brodkorb, 1953d, p. 212
Brodkorb, 1953e, p. 953
*Brodkorb, 1955, p. 1-4, 29-33; table 1, 2
Cooke, 1929, p. 166
Erdbrink, 1953, p. 563, 568
Frick, 1926a, p. 75, 84, 85
Hay, 1923b, p. 123, 197, 211, 380; map 5, 10, 17, 18
Kellogg, 1929, p. 1, 2
Mook, 1921, p. 33
Osborn, 1918, p. 29, 192
Osborn, 1926, p. 11
Osborn, 1929, p. 2
Osborn, 1936, p. 160, 415, 430, 431
Sellards, 1915a, p. 135
Sellards, 1915d, p. 95
Sellards, 1916b, p. 235, 237
Sellards, 1916e, p. 95, 96, 98, 100
*Simpson, G.G. 1929a, p. 257
Simpson, G.G. 1930d, p. 180; fig. 18
Simpson, G.G., 1932c, p. 446
Wark, 1928a, p. 3,6
Christina, Polk County
Sellards, 1915d, p. 106
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 257
Simpson, G.G., 1930d, p. 180
Coronet, Hillsborough County
Cooke, 1929, p. 165, pl. 24a
Cooke, 1945, p. 159
Simpson, G.G., 1932c, p. 446
Coronet Phosphate Co. (see Coronet and Pembroke)
Cullen River Mine (see Dunnellon)
DeLeon Springs, Volusia County
Cooke, 1945, p. 227






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Ferguson, G.E., 1947, p. 24, 25, 165-168, 187
Gut, 1939a, p. 52
Dominion Phosphate Co. (see Bartow)
Dunnellon, Marion County (see also Miocene and Pleistocene)
Gidley, 1915, p. 21
Hay, 1916, p. 43
Hay, 1923b, p. 122, 196, 211, 224, 376; map 17, 18, 21
Sellards, 1913b, p. 58
Simpson, G. G., 1929a, p. 261
Simpson, G.G., 1930d, p. 176
Dunnellon Phosphate Co. (see Dunnellon and Hernando)
Dutton Phosphate Co. (see Juliette)
Haile, Alachua County (see also Pleistocene)
Auffenberg, 1954, p. 186-189
Auffenberg, 1955b, p. 135
Auffenberg, 1957a, p. 14
Goin, 1955, p. 500, 509
"Hallowell's Place", near Newberry, Alachua County (see also Mio-
cene and Pleistocene)
Hay, 1923b, p. 376
Leidy, 1896, p. ix, xi
Simpson, G. G., 1929a, p. 260
Hernando, Citrus County
Hay, 1923b, p. 196, 225; map 17, 18, 21
Sellards, 1913b, p. 58
Simpson, G. G., 1929a, p. 261
Simpson, G.G., 1930d, p. 176
Vernon, 1951, p. 193
Hickory Hill (see Archer)
Indiantown vicinity, 12 miles east of Lake Okeechobee on Saint Lucie
Canal, Martin County (see also Pleistocene)
Gidley, 1931, p. 44; fig. 35, 36
Juliette, Marion County
Hay, 1916, p. 41
Hay, 1923b, p. 121, 122; map 5, 10
Sellards, 1913b, p. 58
Simpson, G. G., 1929a, p. 260
Simpson, G. G., 1930d, p. 176
Kingsford, Polk County (see also Miocene and Pleistocene)
Case, 1934, p. 110
Lakeland, Polk County
Early, 1952, p. 21 (text-fig.)
Osborn, 1923, p. 2
Mixson's Bone Bed, Levy County (see also Archer, Williston and
Pleistocene)
Gidley, 1907, p. 905
Gidley, 1913, p. 142, 143
Hay, 1908, p. 356 ("Mason's Bone Bed")
Hay, 1916, p. 64
Leidy, 1892, p. 129
Leidy, 1896, p. ix, xi
Matson, 1909, p. 136





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Osborn, 1918, p. 192
Osborn, 1936, p. 419
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 259, 260
Simpson, G. G., 1930d, p. 175
Spencer, 1895, p. 136
Mulberry, Polk County
Allen, G. M., 1921, p. 144, 147, 156
Allen, G. M., 1923, p. 233
Case, 1934, p. 105
Cooke, 1929, p. 165 (pl. 24b), 168
Cooke, 1945, p. 209
Gidley, 1915, p. 21
Hay, 1922, p. 1
Hay, 1923b, p. 211, 380
Sellards, 1915d, p. 72, 106, 110
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 257
Simpson, G.G., 1929b, p. 509
Simpson, Q.G., 1930d, p. 180
Simpson, G.G., 1932c, p. 446-448
White, 1941a, p. 68
White, 1941c, p. 4
Neals, Alachua County (see also Pleistocene)
Hay, 1923b, p. 121, 195; map 17, 18
Sellards, 1913b, p. 58
Sellards, 1916e, p. 94
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 260
Simpson, G.G., 1930d, p. 176
Nichols, Polk County
Hay, 1923b, p. 380
Sellards, 1915d, p. 70, 75
Sellards, 1916b, p. 235
Wark, 1928b, p. 9, 10
Wark, 1929a, p. 400
Nocatee, DeSoto County
Bergendahl, 1956, p. 88
Oviedo, Seminole County
Gut, 1939a, p. 51
Peace Creek, DeSoto County (see Pleistocene)
Pembroke, Polk County
Cooke, 1929, p. 134
Simpson, G.G., 1932c, p. 446
Phosphate Mining Co. (see Mulberry and Nichols)
Pierce, Polk County
Allen, G.M., 1941, p. 3, 4
Cooke, 1929, p. 169, 170
Kellogg, 1944, p. 434, 445, 451, 455, 457, 459
Olsen, 1956b, p. 1
Osborn, 1936, p. 285
Simpson, G.G., 1930d, p. 180
Wetmore, 1943, p. 64, 66, 68
Wetmore, 1951, p. 65
White, 1941a, p. 69






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White, 1942c, p. 87
Ponce DeLeon Springs (see DeLeon Springs)
Prairie Creek, DeSoto County
Bergendahl, 1956, p. 88
Thompson (T.A.) Mine (see Neals)
Williston, Levy County (see also Pleistocene)
Barbour, 1944a, p. 10
Cooke, 1945, p. 203
Hay, 1923b, p. 121, 196, 211, 224, 375; map 5, 10, 17, 18, 21
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 259, 260
Simpson, G.G., 1930d, p. 176
Vernon, 1951, p. 212

PLEISTOCENE
Alafia River, Hillsborough County
Hay, 1906, p. 30 ("Alifia" River)
Hay, 1908, p. 361, 461
Hay, 1913, p. 574, 575
Hay, 1923b, p. 123, 197, 243, 379; map 5, 10, 17, 18, 23
Oelrich, 1953, p. 34 ("Alifi" River)
Sellards, 1915d, p. 81, 82
Simpson, G. G., 1929a, p. 273
Allen Cave, near Lecanto, Citrus County (see also Lecanto and Saber-
tooth Cave)
Brattstrom, 1953, p. 245, 247
Brattstrom, 1954, p. 40
Allen's Farm, Saint Johns County (see Matanzas)
Almero Farm, Saint Johns County
Hay, 1923b, p. 37, 122, 194, 195, 375; map 3-5, 10, 17, 18
Anderson, Brevard County
Rouse, 1951
Sellards, 1952, p. 127
Arcadia, DeSoto County (see also Peace Creek)
Cooke, 1945, p. 208
Hay, 1908, p. 361, 459
Hay, 1923b, p. 39, 40, 160, 163, 164, 198, 199, 208, 233, 264,
380, 381; map 3, 4, 12-15, 17-19, 22, 26
Hay, 1928c, p. 429
Hay, 1930b, p. 505
James, 1957, p. 808
Leidy, 1890b, p. 96
Leidy, 1892, p. 129
Sellards, 1916e, p. 101
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 275
Spencer, 1895, p. 137
Archer, Alachua County (see also Pliocene)
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 270
Arredondo, Alachua County
Auffenberg, 1956b, p. 157
Bader, 1957, p. 53-55, 57, 61, 71-74
Brodkorb, 1957b, in press






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Pirkle, 1956, p. 227, 228
Ashley River, South Carolina (see also Miocene and Pliocene)
*Allen, G. M. 1926, p. 447
Hay, 1908, p. 458, 461
Hay, 1923a, p. 103, 104
*Hay, 1923b, p. 363
*Leidy, 1860, p. 99
Leidy, 1876, p. 80
Leidy, 1877, p. 209
Leidy, 1889c, p. 20, 21, 29
Osborn, 1918, p. 31
*Simpson, G.G., 1932c, p. 443-445
Stirton, 1936, p. 170, 171, 176, 177
Bartow, Polk County (see also Pliocene)
Hay, 1923b, p. 180, 380; map 16
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 272
Belle Glade, Palm Beach County (Recent)
Stewart, 1946, p. 23, footnote 13
Stirling, 1935, p. 374
Bluffton, Volusia County (Preceramic)
Neill, 1956, p. 383 (and throughout)
Bon Terra Farm, Flagler County (see also Flagler Beach; localities
synonymous)
Goggin, 1952, p. 64
Howard, E.B., 1940, p. 309-311
Howard, H., 1942, p. 190
Neill, 1953, p. 170, 171
Neill, 1957, p. 3
Sellards, 1947, p. 961
Bowling Green, Hardee County (see also Peace Creek)
Hay, 1923a, p. 104
Bradenton Field, Manatee County
Auffenberg, 1956b, p. 158
Cooke, 1945, p. 158, 223
Hay, 1927b, p. 275 ("Braidentown")
Holmes, W.W., 1931, p. 390, 391; fig. 3
James, 1957, p. 796, 807, 808
Osborn, 1929, p. 20
Osborn, 1930, p. 1
Osborn, 1942, p. 1105
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 273
Simpson, G.G., 1929b, p. 511 (photograph)
Simpson, G.G., 1930a, p. 313
Simpson, G.G., 1930b, p. 5-7, 10
Simpson, G.G., 1930c, p. 5
Skinner, 1947, p. 208; map 1
Wetmore, 1931b, p. 8; fig. 1
Wetmore, 1945, p. 459
Buttgenbach Mines, Santa Fe River, 6 miles north of Wade, Alachua
County (see also Santa Fe River and Wade)
Simpson, G. G., 1929a, p. 270






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Caloosahatchee River, Glades, Hendry, and Lee counties (see also
La Belle and Tourner's or Turner's)
Cooke, 1929, p. 212
Cooke, 1945, p. 254
Hay, 1908, p. 459
Hay, 1913, p. 571
Hay, 1916, p. 67
Hay, 1923b, p. 384
Leidy, 1889b, p. 17
Leidy, 1889c, p. 23
Leidy, 1892, p. 129
Matson, 1909, p. 137
Sellards, 1916e, p. 79, 102
Simpson, G.G. 1929a, p. 272, 275, 276
Spencer, 1895, p. 137
Calvenia, mouth of Charlie Apopka Creek, Hardee County (see also
Peace Creek)
Hay, 1923b, p. 198, 380; map 17, 18
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 275
Citra, Marion County
Hay, 1923b, p. 121, 158; map 5, 10, 12, 13
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 271
Conard Fissure, Arkansas
Brown, 1908, p. 155
Gidley, 1938, p. 8, 9
Crystal Springs, Pasco County
Brattstrom, 1954, p. 40
Brodkorb, 1956b, p. 158
Cooke, 1929, p. 85
Cooke, 1945, p. 64, 97
Ferguson, G.E., 1947, p. 24, 25, 34, 35, 134-136, 184
Neill, 1957, p. 10 (Crystal River)
Cumberland Cave, Maryland
Gidley, 1920, p. 651
Gidley, 1933, p. 343
Gidley, 1938, p. 1
Handley, 1956, p. 250-254
Nicholas, 1953, p. 301-305
Cummer Lumber Co. (see Kendrick)
Cypress Springs, Washington County
Ferguson, G.E., 1947, p. 24, 25, 177, 178, 187
Simpson, G.G., 1932a, p. 39-41
Daytona, Volusia County
Hay, 1923b, p. 20, 122, 158, 159, 378; map 1, 5, 10, 12, 13
Sellards, 1916e, p. 105
Simpson, G. G., 1929a, p. 277
DeBary or Du Barry Creek site, Volusia County (Preceramic)
Neill, 1956, p. 391
Deland, Volusia County
Cooke, 1945, p. 226
Hay, 1923b, p. 20, 378; map 1
Sellards, 1916e, p. 107






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Demere or Demorest Key, near Fort Myers, Lee County (Recent)
Hrdlicka, 1917c, p. 28, 29
Hrdlicka, 1918, pl. 3-5
Hrdlicka, 1919, p. 11, 12
Dixie Lime Products Corp. (see Reddick)
Dunnellon, Marion County (see also Miocene and Pliocene)
Cooke, 1945, p. 290
Hay, 1923b, p. 38, 122, 158, 162, 196, 207, 225, 233, 263, 376;
map 3-5, 10, 12-15, 17-19, 21, 22, 26
Holmes, W.W., 1931, p. 394
James, 1957, p. 807
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 271, 272
Simpson, G.G., 1929c, p. 586
Eau Gallie, Brevard County
Cooke, 1945, p. 267
Hay, 1923b, p. 159, 196, 380; map 12, 13, 17, 18
Rouse, 1951, p. 151
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 277
Eichelberger Cave, 2 miles southwest of Belleview, Marion County
Brodkorb, 1956a, p. 136
Ellenton, Manatee County
Cooke, 1945, p. 136, 153, 157, 158
Hay, 1916, p. 70
Hay, 1923b, p. 379
"Everglades", Palm Beach or Hendry County
Hay, 1923b, p. 163, 384; map 14, 15
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 276
Fellsmere, Indian River County
Hay, 1923b, p. 122, 159, 381; map 5, 10, 12, 13
Rouse, 1951, p. 150, 151
Sellards, 1916e, p. 105
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 277
Flagler Beach, Flagler County (see also BonTerra Farm; localities
synonymous)
Anonymous, 1932, p. 94
Connery, 1932, p. 516
Cooke, 1929, p. 200
Cooke, 1945, p. 268
Sellards, 1940, p. 380, 381
Sellards, 1952, p. 127
Fort White, 3 miles northwest of, Columbia County
Hay, 1923b, p. 121, 374; map 5, 10
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 270
Frankstown Cave, Pennsylvania
Hay, 1923b, p. 321, 322
Peterson, 1926, p. 249-251
Fruitville Ditch and Philippi Creek, Sarasota County (see also Sara-
sota)
Hay, 1927b, p. 275 (Philippi Creek)
Simpson, G. G., 1929a, p. 274
Simpson, G. G., 1930b, p. 14






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Gainesville, Alachua County (see also Wall Co. Pit)
Leidy, 1896, p. xi
Grove City, Charlotte County (see also Stump Pass; localities synon-
ymous)
Hay, 1923b, p. 263; map 26
Haile, Alachua County (see also Pliocene)
Auffenberg, 1954, p. 186-189
Auffenberg, 1955b, p. 135
Auffenberg, 1956b, p. 157
Brattstrom, 1953, p. 244
Brodkorb, 1953b, p. 49
Brodkorb, 1954a, p. 103
Brodkorb, 1957a, p. 136
Goin, 1955, p. 498, 505
Pirkle, 1956, p. 227, 228
Tihen, 1952, p. 107
Wetmore, 1956, p. 65, 66; footnote 90
"Hallowell's Place", near Newberry, Alachua County. (see also Mio-
cene and Pliocene)
Hay, 1923b, p. 376
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 270
Hawkinsville, on St. Johns River, south of Lake Dexter, Volusia
County (this place apparently no longer exists as such)
Wyman, 1875, p. 81
Hillsborough County (see also Peace Creek)
Hay, 1907, p. 847
Hay, 1908, p. 351, 356, 461, 548
Hay, 1916, p. 69
Hay, 1923b, p. 123, 379
Matson, 1909, p. 136
Hillsborough River, Hillsborough, Pasco, and Polk counties
Cooke, 1945, p. 127
Hay, 1923b, p. 38, 379; map 3, 4
Holmes, W.W., 1931, p. 394
James, 1957, p. 807
Sellards, 1915b, p. 143
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p.-272, 273
Simpson, J. C. 1948, p. 13; fig. 4
Hog Creek, Sarasota County (see also Sarasota)
Cooke, 1945, p. 172
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 274
Simpson, G.G., 1930b, p. 13
Wetmore, 1931b, p. 7
Holder, Citrus County (see also Withlacoochee River)
Cooke, 1945, p. 64
Hay, 1916, p. 53
Hay, 1923b, p. 158, 196; map 12, 13, 17, 18
Hornsby Springs, Alachua County
Bader, 1957, p. 61-63
Ferguson, G.E., 1947, p. 51, 180
Goin, 1955, p. 500







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Horse Landing, on St. Johns River 12 miles south of Palatka, Putnam
County
Wyman, 1875, p. 81
Huntoon Island, on St. Johns River, south of Lake Beresford, Volusia
County
Wyman, 1875, p. 81
Indian River (Indian mound, no details)
Allen, G.M., 1942, p. 66
Indian Rock, near Saint Petersburg, Pinellas County (see also Saint
Petersburg)
Cooke, 1945, p. 131, 132, 308
Hay, 1923b, p. 159, 378; map 12, 13
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 273
Indiantown vicinity, 12 miles east of Lake Okeechobee onSaint Lucie
Canal, Martin County (see also Pliocene)
Gidley, 1931, p. 44; fig. 35, 36
Inverness, Citrus County
Hay, 1927b, p. 275
Itchtucknee Springs and River, Columbia County (Springs also known
as Jug Springs and the Blue Hole: Itchtucknee preferred, on basis
of priority and congruitywith name of river; fossils in part Recent)
Auffenberg, 1956b, p. 158
Auffenberg, 1957b, p. 123 ("Itchtuckanee")
Bader, 1957, p. 61 ("Ichatucknee")
Ferguson, G.E., 1947, p. 18, 24, 25, 34, 35, 62-65, 181
("Itchatucknee")
Goin, 1955, p. 500
Gunter, 1941, p. 36
Howard, H. 1942, p. 190
Jenks, 1941, p. 314
Lawrence, 1942, p. 17
Neill, 1957, p. 6, 7
Osborn, 1942, p. 1115; fig. 989
Sellards, 1952, p. 127
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 270
Simpson, G.G., 1930b, p. 1-3
Simpson, G.G., 1932a, p. 39, 40
Simpson, J.C., 1948, p. 13, 14; fig. 4
Wetmore, 1931b, .p. 9, 10; fig. 1
Wetmore, 1956, p. 29, footnote 34
Jug Springs, Columbia County (see also Itchtucknee Springs)
Auffenberg, 1957b, p. 123, 124; fig. 1
Kanapaha, Alachua County
Goin, 1955, p. 498
Kendrick, Marion County (see also Cummer T.rnmehr Co. under Eocene
and Miocene)
Cooke, 1945, p. 129
Gut, 1939b, p. 54
Kingsford, Polk County (see also Miocene and Pliocene)
Hay, 1923b, p. 159, 196, 197, 379, 380; map 12, 13, 17, 18
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 273






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La Belle, Hendry County (see also Caloosahatchee River, and
Tourner's or Turner's)
Cooke, 1945, p. 214, 215, 222, 249
Hay, 1916, p. 66, 69
Hay, 1923b, p. 40, 163, 199, 264, 384; map 3, 4, 14, 15, 17, 18, 26
Holmes, W.W., 1931, p. 394
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 276
Lake Monroe, Seminole and Volusia counties (see also Sanford and
Wekiva River; in part Recent)
Agassiz, 1853
Boule, 1946, p. 503
Gut, 1939a, p. 50, 51
Hrdlicka, 1907, p. 19
Lyell, 1863, p. 44, 45
Neill, 1957, p. 7
Sellards, 1908b, p. 25
Sellards, 1940, p. 381
Usher, 1854, p. 351-353
Lecanto, Citrus County (see also Allen Cave and Saber-tooth Cave)
Hay, 1930b, p. 505
James, 1957, p. 807
Leesburg, Lake County
Gut, 1939a, p. 52
Lithia Springs, Hillsborough County
Auffenberg, 1956b, p. 158
Cooke, 1945, p. 208
Ferguson, G.E., 1947, p. 24, 25, 46, 79, 182
Little River, Gadsden County
Hay, 1923b, p. 121, 374; map 5, 10
Sellards, 1916e, p. 104
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 269
Little Sarasota Bay, Sarasota County (see also Sarasota)
Cooke, 1945, p. 160
Hay, 1923b, p. 379
Sellards, 1908b, p. 25
Manatee, Manatee County
Bader, 1957, p. 63 (county reference only)
Hay, 1923b, p. 379
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 273
Marianna, Jackson County (see also Oligocene)
Cooke, 1945, p. 80, 83
Hay, 1923b, p. 121, 374; map 5, 10
Simpson, G.G. 1929a, p. 269
Matanzas (?) vicinity, Inland Waterway Canal,Allen's Farm, 20 miles
south of Saint Augustine, Saint Johns County
Hay, 1923b, p. 158; map 12, 13
Sellards, 1916e, p. 106
Simpson, G. G., 1929a, p. 276
Melbourne, Brevard County
Allen, G. M. 1932, p. 256
Auffenberg, 1955a, p. 65
Bader, 1957, p. 60 (legend to fig. 3), 61, 71, 73







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Barbour, 1931, p. 295
Barbour, 1944a, p. 18, 19, 21
Boule, 1946, p. 504
Brattstrom, 1953, p. 245, 246
Brattstrom, 1954, p. 40
Bryan, 1941, p. 513
Cooke, 1926, p. 441-447
Cooke, 1928, p. 414-421
Cooke, 1929, p. 218-220
Cooke, 1941, p. 1998
Cooke, 1945, p. 265, 267, 301-303, 309, 311
Gazin, 1950a, p. 397


Gidley,
Gidley,
Gidley,
Gidley,
Gidley,
Gidley,
Gidley,
Gidley,
Gidley,
Gidley,
Gidley,


1925a, p. x
1925b, p. 22
1926a, p. 239, 240
1926b, p. 23-26; fig. 27, 28
1926c, p. 254, 257-264
1926d, p. 310
1927, p. 169-174; fig. 170-174
1928a, p. 431, 432
1929a, p. 13-20; fig. 8-12
1929b, p. 491-501; pl. 14, 15
1929c, p. xiv


Gidley, 1930, p. 37; fig. 28, 29
Gidley, 1931, p. 41; fig. 33, 34
Gilmore, 1927, p. 1-10
Gilmore, 1930, p. 1
Gilmore, 1938, p. 62, 65, 66, 74, 75
Goin, 1955, p. 500
Griffin, 1952, p. 322, 323
Gross, 1951, p. 116
Hall, 1936, p. 77
Hay, 1926b, p. 387
Hay, 1927a, p. 277
Hay, 1927b, p. 273-275
Hay, 1928b, p. 237, 238
Hay, 1928c, p. 430
Hay, 1930b, p. 504, 505
Heizer, 1952, p. 299, 300
Holmes, W.H., 1925, p. 257, 258
Holmes, W.W., 1931, p. 394
Howard, E.B., 1935, p. 142
Howard, E.B., 1940, p. 310, 311
Howard, H., 1932, p. 45
Howard, H., 1938, p. 237, 238
Howard, H., 1944, p. 189
Hrdlicka, 1928, p. 325, 326
Hrdlicka, 1937, p. 95-98
James, 1957, p. 807
Lawrence, 1942, p. 19
Loomis, 1924, p. 503-508; fig. 1
Loomis, 1925, p. 436







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Loomis, 1926, p. 260-262; text-fig. p. 261
Loomis, 1927, p. 435
MacGowan, 1950, p. 102, 103, 137
McCrady, 1951, p. 501
Merriam, 1935a, p. 103
Merriam, 1935b, p. 46
Neill, 1957, p. 8
Osborn, 1942, p. 1005, 1079
Ray, 1958, in press
Richards, 1938, p. 1274
Romer, 1933, p. 68-70, 78, 79
Rouse, 1950, p. 220-224
Rouse, 1951, p. 66, 67, 151-165, 235
Rouse, 1952, p. 293
Sellards, 1940, p. 381, 382
Sellards, 1947, p. 961-964
Sellards, 1952, p. 90, 91, 127, 128
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 268
Simpson, G.G., 1929c, p. 576, 579
Simpson, G. G. 1941b, p. 6, 7, 9, 20
Stewart, 1946, p. 1-10, 12-27; pl. 1
Wark, 1929b, p. 55 (footnote)
Wetmore, 1928b, p. 157
Wetmore, 1929, p. 388
Wetmore, 1931a, p. 486
Wetmore, 1931b, p. 1, 11; text-fig. 1; pl. 3
Wetmore, 1955, p. 189
Williams, S. 1957, p. 364
Wormington, 1949, p. 133, 134
Miami River, Dade County
Hay, 1923b, p. 384
Sellards, 1916f, p. 106
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 277
Mixson's Bone Bed (see also Pliocene)
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 270, 271
Neals, Alachua County (see also Pliocene)
Hay, 1923b, p. 121, 195, 206, 207, 232; map 5, 10, 19, 22
Sellards, 1916e, p. 94
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 270
New Smyrna, Volusia County
Cooke, 1928, p. 414-421
Cooke, 1929, p. 218, 226
Cooke, 1945, p. 272
Gidley, 1929a, p. 20
Gidley, 1929b, p. 491
Goggin, 1952, p. 64
Sellards, 1940, p. 382
Sellards, 1952, p. 128
Simpson, .G.., 1929a, p. 277
Ocala, Marion County (see also Eocene)
Gidley, 1913, p. 142, 143
Gilmore, 1938, p. 75







FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY


Hay, 1914, p. 413
Hay, 1916, p. 45, 46, 48, 57
Hay, 1919a, p. 106
Hay, 1919b, p. 374
Hay, 1923b, p. 38, 158, 196, 207, 224, 233, 262, 378; map 3, 4,
12, 13, 17-19, 21, 22, 26
Holmes, W.W., 1931, p. 394
Leidy, 1892, p. 129
Matson, 1909, p. 136
Merriam, 1932, p. 9
Osborn, 1910, p. 348
Osborn, 1942, p. 1077
Shufeldt, 1918, p. 358
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 271
Spencer, 1895, p. 137
Old Town, on St. Johns River, due west of DeLand, Volusia County
(this place apparently no longer exists as such)
Wyman, 1875, p. 81
Orange County
Hay, 1923b, p. 196, 378
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 272
Ormond, Volusia County (shell heap)
Blatchley, 1902, p. 175
Cooke, 1945, p. 272
Goggin, 1948, p. 231
Hay, 1902b, p. 255
Hitchcock, 1902, p. 203
Osprey, Sarasota County
Boule, 1946, p. 503
Cooke, 1945, p. 160
Hrdlicka, 1907, p. 53-66
Sellards, 1940, p. 382, 383
Vaughan, 1907, p. 64-66
Pablo Beach vicinity, Station 120, Inland Waterway Canal, 20 miles
north of Saint Augustine, Duval County (see also San PabloBeach)
Hay, 1923b, p. 157, 158, 232, 262, 374, 375; map 12, 13, 22, 26
Sellards, 1916e, p. 106
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 276
Pains Creek, Polk County
Hay, 1923b, p. 123, 124; map 5, 10
Palm Beach Canal, Palm Beach County
Barbour, 1944a, p. 18 (canal bank, 15 miles west of Palm Beach)
Cooke, 1945, p. 270
Hay, 1923b, p. 123, 160, 200, 264, 384; map 5, 10, 12, 13, 17,
18, 26
Sellards, 1916e, p. 105, 106
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 277
Palma Sola, Manatee County
Hay, 1922, p. 3
Hay, 1923b, p. 145, 146, 159, 197, 222, 233, 263, 379; map 11-
13, 20, 22







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Sellards, 1940, p. 383
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 273
Palmer-Taylor Site, Seminole County (Recent)
Neill, 1956, p. 391
Rouse, 1950, p. 222
Rouse, 1951, p. 116-125; fig. 12
Palmetto, Manatee County
Cooke, 1945, p. 158
Hay, 1923b, p. 164, 197, 233, 263, 379; map 14, 15, 17, 18, 22, 26
Simpson, G. G., 1929a, p. 273
Parker Farm, 5 miles east of Venice, Sarasota County (see also
Sarasota)
Simpson, G. G., 1930b, p. 14
Paynes Prairie, Alachua County
Bader, 1957, p. 61
Peace Creek, DeSoto County (see also Arcadia, Bowling Green,
Calvenia, and Hillsborough County)
Allen, G.M., 1921, p. 144
Colbert, 1942b, p. 1495
Cooke, 1929, p. 166, 173
Cooke, 1945, p. 153, 208
Cope, 1889b, p. 254
Dall, 1892a, p. 120
Frick, 1937, p. 579
Gidley, 1907, p. 910
Gidley, 1913, p. 142, 143
Hay, 1906, p. 30
Hay, 1908, p. 222, 346, 350, 351, 459, 461
Hay, 1913, p. 571-576
Hay, 1916, p. 70
Hay, 1919a, p. 103, 109
Hay, 1923b, p. 124, 264, 380, 381; map 5, 10
Hay, 1928b, p. 237, 238
Holmes, W.W., 1931, p. 394
James, 1957, p. 796, 808
Leidy, 1883a, p. 290
*Leidy, 1889c, p. 19-31
Leidy, 1891b, p. 182
Leidy, 1892, p. 129
Lucas, 1899, p. 768, 771
Matson, 1909, p. 136, 137
Matson, 1913, p. 137, 138
Osborn, 1904, p. 313
Osborn, 1910, p. 366-368; fig. 160, 171
Osborn, 1918, p. 31, 201; fig. 15
Rains, 1850, p. 165
Savage, 1951, p. 246
Scott, 1913, p. 127
Sellards, 1915b, p. 142, 143
Sellards, 1915d, p. 78-81
Sellards, 1916b, p. 235
Sellards, 1916e, p. 79, 80., 94, 101, 102






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Simpson, G.G. 1929a, p. 261, 275
Simpson, G.G., 1929b, p. 515 (photograph)
Simpson, G.G., 1930c, p. 1
Simpson, G.G., 1930d, p. 181
Simpson, G.G., 1932c, p. 470
Spencer, 1895, p. 137
Walker, 1884, p. 427-429 (Tise's Ford)
Philippi Creek (see Fruitville Ditch)
Poe Springs, Alachua County
Ferguson, G.E., 1947, p. 18, 24, 25, 49-51, 180
Simpson, G. G., 1932a, p. 39-41
Port Kennedy Cave, Pennsylvania
Brown, 1908, p. 167
Cope, 1897, p. 378
Cope, 1899, p. 193
Gidley, 1938, p. 8, 9
Hay, 1923b, p. 311-320; fig. 11, 12
Hibbard, 1955, p. 87
Mercer, 1899, p. 269
Simpson, G.G., 1945b, p. 66
Reddick, Marion County (Dixie Lime Products Corp.)
Auffenberg, 1955b, p. 135
Auffenberg, 1956b, p. 157, 166
Bader, 1957, p. 71, 73
Brodkorb, 1952, p. 80
Brodkorb, 1957a(throughout)
Goin, 1955, p. 500
Gut, 1939b, p. 54
Gut, 1957, ms.
Rock Island (see Lake Monroe)
Rock Springs, Orange County (see also Miocene)
Auffenberg, 1956b, p. 158
Cooke, 1929, p. 132, 133
Cooke, 1945, p. 181, 192; fig. 26
Ferguson, G.E., 1947, p. 24, 25, 130, 131, 184
Gut, 1939a, p. 53
Rocky Creek, 30 miles north of Sarasota Bay, Hillsborough County
Leidy, 1889a, p. 12
Sellards, 1916e, p. 103 (footnote)
Saber-tooth Cave, Citrus County (see also Allen Cave and Lecanto)
Bader, 1957, p. 71
Cooke, 1929, p. 226
Gidley, 1933, p. 355
Hall, 1936, p. 69
Holmes, W.W., 1931, p. 388-390; fig. 3
Houck, 1951,,p. 52
Howard, H., 1932, p. 45
Simpson, G.G., 1928, p. 1
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 264
Simpson, G.G., 1929b, p. 12 (photograph)
Simpson, G.G., 1945b, p. 63
Vernon, 1951, p. 212






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Wetmore, 1931a, p. 480
Wetmore, 1931b, p. 3, 8, 9; text-fig. 1; pl. 2
Saint Augustine, Saint Johns County (see also Pablo Beach and
Matanzas)
Gidley, 1931, p. 44
Hay, 1916, p. 70 (Florida Coast Line Canal, 20 miles north of Saint
Augustine)
Saint Johns River (see also Hawkinsville, Horse Landing, Huntoon
Island, Old Town, and Watson's Landing)
Cooke, 1945, p. 301, 310
Neill, 1957, p. 7
Saint Marks River, Leon and Wakulla counties
Hay, 1923b, p. 157, 374; map 12, 13
Leidy, 1870, p. 98
Simpson, G. G., 1929a, p. 269
Saint Petersburg, Pinellas County (see also Indian Rock)
Cooke, 1945, p. 181, 192, 224, 308
San Pablo Beach, Duval County (see also Pablo Beach)
Hay, 1923b, p. 122; map 5, 10
Sanford, Seminole County (see also Miocene, Lake Monroe, and
Wekiva River)
Cooke, 1945, p. 225, 299
Gut, 1939a, p. 50
Santa Fe River, northern border of Gilchrist County
Bader, 1957, p. 62
Cooke, 1945, p. 62
Leidy, 1896, p. xi
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 259, 270
Simpson, G.G., 1932a, p. 39-41
Simpson, J. C. 1948, p. 13, 14; fig. 4
Sarasota, Sarasota County (see also Fruitville Ditch and Philippi
Creek, Hog Creek, Little Sarasota Bay, Parker Farm, and White
Beach; these localities together are designated the Sarasota Field)
Cahn, 1932, p. 235
Cooke, 1929, p. 136
Cooke, 1945, p. 160
Gidley, 1928b, p. 16; fig. 17
Hay, 1923b, p. 38, 159, 198, 379; map 3, 4, 12, 13, 17, 18
(Sarasota Bay)
Hay, 1930b, p. 505
Heilprin, 1887, p. 14, 15 ("Mrs. Hanson's", Sarasota Bay)
Holmes, W.W., 1931, p. 394
James, 1957, p. 807
Leidy, 1889a, p. 10, 11
Neill, 1957, p. 1 (Sarasota Bay)
Sellards, 1916e, p. 79, 103
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 274
Simpson, G.G., 1930b, p. 12-14
Wetmore, 1931b, p. 7; fig. 1
Seminole Field, Pinellas County
Bader, 1957, p. 57, 61, 69-71, 73
Brattstrom, 1953, p. 243, 245-247






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Brattstrom, 1954, p. 40
Broecker, 1956, p. 161
Cooke, 1926, p. 447-449
Cooke, 1929, p. 216-218, 224, 225
Cooke, 1945, p. 224, 300, 308-310, 314
Erdbrink, 1953, p. 312
Gilmore, 1938, p. 75
Hay, 1930a, p. 332
Hay, 1930b, p. 504, 505
Holmes, W.W., 1931, p. 386-388; fig. 3
Howard, H. 1932, p. 45
Howard, H. 1938, p. 237
Howard, H. 1942, p. 189
James, 1957, p. 807
Lawrence, 1942, p. 20
Neill, 1957, p. 8, 10
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 264
Simpson, G. G., 1929c, p. 561
Simpson, G.G. 1930b, p. 4, 5, 11
Simpson, G.G., 1932c, p. 470
Simpson, G.G., 1941b, p. 20
Simpson, G.G., 1945b, p. 56
Wetmore, 1928b, p. 157
Wetmore, 1929, p. 388 ("Holmes Collection")
Wetmore, 1931a, p. 480
Wetmore, 1931b, p. 1, 3, 5-7; text-fig. 1, pl. 1
Wetmore, 1944, p. 95 ("Pinellas County")
Wetmore, 1955, p. 189
Seminole Springs, Lake County (see also Miocene)
Ferguson, G.E., 1947, p. 24, 25, 99, 183
Gut, 1939a, p. 52
Silver Springs vicinity, Marion County (Paleo-Indian site)
Goggin, 1952, p. 65, footnote 3
Sneads, 3 miles east of, Jackson County (Indian site)
Neill, 1955, p. 138
South Indian Field, Brevard County (Recent)
Ferguson, V.M., 1951, p. 1-62
Houck, 1951, p. 51
Neill, 1956, p. 391
Rouse, 1951, p. 83
Station 120, Inland Waterway Canal (see Pablo Beach)
Stokes Ferry, Nassau County
Cooke, 1945, p. 229
Hay, 1923b, p. 180, 194, 374; map 16-18
Matson, 1909, p. 147
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 276
Veatch, 1911, p. 393, 394
Stump Pass, Sarasota County (see also Grove City)
Sellards, 1916e, p. 79, 80, 103
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 275
Sugarloaf Key, Monroe County
Gazin, 1950a, p. 399






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Sulphur Springs, Hillsborough County
Cooke, 1945, p. 127
Ferguson, G.E., 1947, p. 24, 25, 46, 82, 182
Hay, 1923b, p. 123
Sumterville, Sumter County
Hay, 1923b, p. 158; map 12, 13 ("Sumpterville" in captionto map 13)
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 272
Suwannee River, at entrance of Santa Fe River, Gilchrist County
(Preceramic)
Goggin, 1950, p. 46-49
Leidy, 1896, p. xi ("Clay Landing")
Sellards, 1952, p. 128
Tallevast, Manatee County
Hay, 1927b, p. 275
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 273
Tampa Bay (see also Alafia River and Indian Rock)
Allen, J.H., 1846, p. 38-42
Conrad, T.A., 1846, p. 45
Conrad, T.A., 1865, p. 184
Cooke, 1945, p. 223
Hay, 1908, p. 460
Hay, 1923b, p. 123, 159, 197, 208, 263, 378, 379; map 12, 13,
19, 26
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 273
Thomas Farm, Gilchrist County (see also Miocene)
Barbour, 1944a, p. 14
Tourner's or Turner's, onCaloosahatchee River, Glades County(see
also Caloosahatchee River and La Belle)
Hay, 1923b, p. 160, 380; map 12, 13
Hay, 1927b, p. 275
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 275
Venice, Sarasota County
Bader, 1957, p. 70
Cooke, 1945, p. 160
Howard, H., 1932, p. 45
Osborn, 1942, p. 1005, 1078
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 275
Wetmore, 1931b, p. 8; fig. 1
Wetmore, 1955, p. 189
Vero, Indian River County
Auffenberg, 1956b, p. 158
Auffenberg, 1957a, p. 17
Bader, 1957, p. 68, 71, 73
Balch, 1917, p. 481, 482
Barbour, 1944a, p. 21
Berry, 1917, p. 661-666
Boule, 1946, p. 502, 503
Brattstrom, 1953, p. 243-247
Brattstrom, 1954, p. 40
Brodkorb, 1953c, p. 96
Bryan, 1941, p. 513
Chamberlin, R. T., 1917a, p. 25-39; fig. 1-9






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Chamberlin, R.T. 1917b, p. 667-683; fig. 1-5
Chamberlin, T.C., 1919, p. 305
Cooke, 1926, p. 441
Cooke, 1928, p. 414-421
Cooke, 1929, p. 202, 218, 220-224
*Cooke, 1945, p. 265, 269, 305-307, 309
Erdbrink, 1953, p. 313
Gidley, 1925a, p. x
Gidley, 1925b, p. 22
Gidley, 1926a, p. 239, 240
Gidley, 1926b, p. 23-26
Gidley, 1926c, p. 254-257, 261-264
Gidley, 1926d, p. 310
Gidley, 1929b, p. 491-501
Gilmore, 1927, p. 4, 5
Gilmore, 1938, p. 64-66, 69, 70, 73-75
Goin, 1955, p. 500
Griffin, 1952, p. 322, 323
Gross, 1951, p. 116
Hall, 1936, p. 57, 77
Hay, 1916, p. 49, 52, 55, 58, 61, 68-76
Hay, 1917b, p. 52
Hay, 1917c, p. 358
Hay, 1917d, p. 43
Hay, 1918a, p. 370, 371
Hay, 1918b, p. 459-462
Hay, 1918c, p. 1-7, 36
Hay, 1919a, p. 106-109
Hay, 1919b, p. 366 (and throughout)
Hay, 1923b, p. 38, 39, 122, 123, 159, 160, 163, 199, 208. 222,
225, 233, 263, 373, 381-383; map 3-5, 10, 12-15, 17-22, 26
Hay, 1926b, p. 387
Hay, 1927a, p. 277
Hay, 1927b, p. 275
Hay, 1928b, p. 233-241
Hay, 1928c, p. 430
Hay, 1930b, p. 504, 505
Holmes, W.H., 1917, p. 51
Holmes, W.H., 1918a, p. 561, 562
Holmes, W.H., 1918b, p. 64
Holmes, W.H., 1925, p. 258
Holmes, W.W., 1931, p. 394
Howard, E.B., 1935, p. 140-142
Howard, E.B., 1940, p. 310, 311
Howard, H., 1942, p. 190
Hrdlicka, 1917a, p. 43-51
Hrdlicka, 1917b, p. 24-28; fig. 28
Hrdlicka, 1918, p. 23-60, 65; text-fig. 1-7; pl. 1, 2, 6, 7
Hrdlicka, 1919, p. 10, 11
Hrdlicka, 1937, p. 95, 96
Hue, 1918, p. 319-336
James, 1957, p. 796, 808






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Keith, 1925, p. 467, 468
Lawrence, 1942, p. 20
Loomis, 1925, p. 436
Loomis, 1926, p. 260
MacCurdy, 1917a, p. 56-62
MacCurdy, 1917b, p. 252-261; fig. 45, 46
MacGowan, 1950, p. 102, 103, 137
Matsumoto, 1918, p. 157-160
McCown, 1941, p. 203, 207
McCrady, 1951, p. 501
Merriam, 1935a, p. 103
Merriam, 1935b, p. 46
Neill, 1957, p. 8-11
Nelson, 1918a, p. 100-102
Nelson, 1918b, p. 394, 395
Osborn, 1942, p. 1079
Richards, 1936, p. 325
Richards, 1938, p. 1275, 1287, 1288
Romer, 1933, p. 68-70, 78, 79
Rouse, 1950, p. 220-224
*Rouse, 1951, p. 65-67, 171-189, 235; fig. 13; table 3, 4
Rouse, 1952, p. 295
Sellards, 1915b, p. 140-143
Sellards, 1916a, p. 1-5; fig. 1, 2, 7, 11
Sellards, 1916c, p. 615-617; fig. 1
Sellards, 1916e, p. 80, 106, 107
Sellards, 1916f, p. 123-160; text-fig. 1-6, 14; pl. 15-17
Sellards, 1917a, p. 214
Sellards, 1917b, p. 4-24; fig. 1-4
Sellards, 1917c, p. 659, 660
Sellards, 1917d, p. 239-251; fig. 40-44
Sellards, 1917e, p. 69; text-fig. 1; pl. 4, fig. 1-3; pl. 5, fig. 1, 2
Sellards, 1917f, p. 141
Sellards, 1918, p. 57, 69, 70
Sellards, 1919, p. 358 (Am. Jour. Sci.); p. 1 (Florida Geol. Survey
Ann. Rept.)
Sellards, 1937, p. 193-210; text-fig. 27-30; pl. 16
Sellards, 1940, p. 383-385; fig. 1, 2
Sellards, 1947, p. 961-964; fig. 1
Sellards, 1952, p. 90-94, 128
Shufeldt, 1917a, p. 18, 19
Shufeldt, 1917b, p. 35
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 268, 278
Simpson, G.G., 1930b, p. 14
Simpson, G.G., 1930c, p. 1
Simpson, G.G., 1941b, p. 7, 20
Simpson, G.G., 1945b, p. 56
Sterns, 1918, p. 354, 355
Sterns, 1919, p. 118, 119
*Stewart, 1946, p. 10-13, 19-24
Stone, 1917, p. 357
Stone, 1918, p. 249






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*Symposium, 1917, p. 1-62
Vaughan, 1917, p. 40-42
Wetmore, 1928b, p. 157
Wetmore, 1929, p. 388
Wetmore, 1931a, p. 479
Wetmore, 1931b, p. 1, 2, 10, 11; fig. 1
Wetmore, 1955, p. 189
Wetmore, 1956, p. 18 (footnote 18), 35 (footnote 43), 57 (footnote
76), 85 (footnote 15)
Wherry, 1918, p. 61-63
Wickham, 1919, p. 5-7 (also p. 355-357)
Wieland, 1918, p. 93, 94
Williams, S., 1957, p. 364
Wormington, 1949, p. 133, 134
Wade, Alachua County (see also Buttgenbach Mines)
Hay, 1923b, p. 195, 262; map 17, 18, 26
Wakulla Springs, Wakulla County
Brattstrom, 1953, p. 243, 246
Cooke, 1945, p. 132
Ferguson, G.E., 1947, p. 24, 25, 169-174, 187
Gunter, 1931, p. 14-16
Gunter, 1941, p. 35
Hay, 1923b, p. 179, 180, 374; map 16
Neill, 1957, p. 8, 9
Sellards, 1916e, p. 103, 104
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 269
Simpson, G.G. 1929b, p. 516 (photograph)
Wall Co. Pit, 7 miles west of Gainesville (see also Gainesville)
Coin, 1955, p. 498
Watson's Landing (Paleo-Indian site; see also Saint Johns River)
Goggin, 1952, p. 65
Wekiva River, mutual border of Lake and Seminole counties (see also
Sanford and Lake Monroe)
Cooke, 1945, p. 70, 192
Gunter, 1941, p. 36
Gut, 1939a, p. 50, 51
White Beach, on Little Sarasota Bay (see also Sarasota)
Cooke, 1945, p. 160
Hay, 1923b, p. 379
Sellards, 1915b, p. 143
Williston, Levy County (see also Pliocene, Archer, and Mixson's)
Hay, 1919a, p. 104, 110
Hay, 1921, p. 638
Hay, 1923b, p. 37, 38, 195, 375; map 3-5, 10, 17, 18
Holmes, W.W., 1931, p. 394
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 270, 271
Winter Beach, Indian River County
Auffenberg, 1956b, p. 158
Rouse, 1951, p. 67, 171
Sellards, 1940, p. 385
Withlacoochee River, northern and eastern borders of Citrus County
(see also Holder)







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Cooke, 1929, p. 176
Frick, 1937, p. 579
Hay, 1919a, p. 109
Holmes, W.W., 1931, p. 394
Lucas, 1899, p. 769
Sellards, 1913b, p. 58
Sellards, 1916e, p. 104
Shufeldt, 1918, p. 357
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 261, 272
Skinner, 1947, p. 208; map 1
Vernon, 1951, p. 212
Zolfo, Hardee County
Gidley, 1928b, p. 16; fig. 16 (Zolfo Springs)
Hay, 1923b, p. 38, 160, 380; map 3, 4, 12, 13
Holmes, W.W., 1931, p. 394
Matthew, 1917, p. 212
Simpson, G.G., 1929a, p. 275



























PART IV


TAXONOMIC INDEX