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contribution to the paleobotany of the eocene of Texas
Oscar Melville Ball
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|Statement||by O.M. Ball.|
|Series||Bulletin of the A & M college of Texas. 4th ser, v.2, no. 5 , May 1, 1931, v.10, no.3, March 1, 1939. Professional paper|
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A contribution to the paleobotany of the eocene of Texas. [Oscar Melville Ball; Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas,] Print book: State or province government publication: EnglishView all editions and formats: Contribution to the paleobotany of the eocene of Texas.
College Station, Texas: Agricultural and Mechanical College. A contribution to the paleobotany of the eocene of Texas Oscar Melville Ball Read. Read. The Upper Eocene flora of Hordle, Hants (middle Eocene) scaphopods from southwest Kenneth A. Hodgkinson Read.
Stratigraphic, Accessible book, Paleobotany, Fossil Mollusks, Fossil Foraminifera, Fossil Mammals, Mollusks, Fossil. The story of Texas A and M by George Sessions Perry (Book) The battalion Annual report of the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas for the fiscal year by Agricultural and Mechanical College of.
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This article records new taxa of plants that are were described during the yearas well as other significant discoveries and events related to paleobotany that occurred in the year October GRAHAMET AL.-EOCENE PALYNOFLORA FROM CUBA Fig.
Geographic distributioli of middle to late Eocene palynofloras mentioned in the text. 1 = Jacksoli Group (Frderiksen. b, ): 2/3= Laredo Formation. Texas (Westgate and Gee. )iBurgos Basin, Nuevo Leon. A contribution to the paleobotany of the eocene of Texas by O.
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