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  Altenberg.

  Arroyo Grande.

  Ballinger Canyon.

  Beartrap Canyon.

  Brigham City.

  Brigham City. 1:62500 pp.

  Buck Mountain.

  Butte Valley P.T.S.

  Cabo Pulmo, Mexico. 1:50000 pp.

  Carrizo Creek. 1:62500 pp.

  Carrizo Mountain.

  Cetenal H11B86. 1:50000 pp.

  Cetenal H11D15. 1:50000 pp.

  Cetenal H11D16. 1:50000 pp.

  Cetenal H11D26. 1:50000 pp.

  Chieri. 1:25000 pp.

  Corn Creek Springs. 1:62500 pp.

  Delta NJ 12-1.

  Domengine Ranch.

  El Patocinio, Mexico. 1:50000 pp.

  El Patrocinio, Mexico. 1:50000 pp.

  El Rosario, Mexico. 1:50000 pp.

  Ely. 1:125000 pp.

  Ely. 1:62500 pp.

  Ely Grazing Dis Map.

  Franklin Lake.

  Funny Butte, OR.

  Geol. Map Peru. 1:100000 pp.

  Goldfield. 1:250000 pp.

  Grazing Map 28. 1:62500 pp.

  Grazing Map 58. 1:62500 pp.

  Grazing Ser. Map. 1:62500 pp.

  Grazing Ser. Map 28.

  Grazing Ser. Map 32.

  Grazing Ser. Map 35. 1:62500 pp.

  Grazing Ser. Map 57.

  Grazing Ser. Map 58.

  Grazing Ser. Sh. 34.

  Grazing Ser. Sh. 34. 1:62500 pp.

  Grazing Ser. Sh. 58.

  Grazing Ser. Sh. 6. 1:62500 pp.

  Hamilton.

  Illipah.

  Illipah #2.

  Illipah SW.

  La Cima.

  La Purisima, Mexico. 1:50000 pp.

  Lomitas quadrangle, Peru. 1:100,000 pp.

  Magruder Mountain.

  Malone.

  Maloney Ranch.

  Mesa la Lagunitas, Mexico. 1:50000 pp.

  Milroy.

  Mt. Pinos.

  Neogene Marine Biota of Tropical America (NMiTA).

  Oakville.

  Oyster River.

  Paleobiology Database. URL: http://paleodb.org/cgi-bin/bridge.pl?user=Guest&action=displayHomePage

  Palo Escopeta F12B45. 1:50000 pp.

  Palo Escopeta, Mexico. 1:50000 pp.

  Paso Hondo, Mexico. 1:50000 pp.

  Phillip Smith Mtns.

  Pocatello.

  Preston Plane Sheet.

  Punta Santo Domingo.

  Same as loc. 1280.

  Same as loc. 8682.

  San Antonio.

  San Isidro [NG12-4]. 1:250000 pp.

  San Isidro, Mexico. 1:250000 pp.

  San Isidro, Mexico. 1:50000 pp.

  San Raymundo, Mexico. 1:50000 pp.

  Santa Ana.

  Santa Susana.

  Santa Susana?

  see below.

  see below.

  See card 8645.

  Seligman #1.

  Selva di Pregno, Foglio 49.

  Sierra Cucapa Top.

  Simmons. 1:62500 pp.

  Taylorsville, CA.

  Topo Maps 84 L/13.

  Ugashik.

  Unionville.

  Unknown.

  Unknown. ?1:62500 pp.

  (1884) United States Geological Survey. Monographs. Paleontology of the Eureka District. Vol. 8. , 28 pls.

  (1889) U. S. Geological Survey Bulletin. On invertebrate fossils from the Pacific Coast. Vol. 51. , 14 pls.

  (1895) Bulletin 133. Contributions to the Cretaceous paleontology of the Pacific coast: the fauna of the Knoxville beds. United States Geological Survey. , 20 plates.

  (1902) Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences. Thrid Series. Cretaceous Deposits of the Pacific Coast. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences. Third Series, V. 2, #1. Vol. 2. , 12 pls.

  (1903) Contributions to Biology, Hopkins Seaside Lab. 31 Stanford Univ.; Memoirs, Calif. Acad. Sci. V. III. The Paleontology and Stratigraphy of the Marine Pliocene and Pleistocene of San Pedro, California. Stanford University, Stanford, California. , 37 pls.

  (1909) Hawthorne. 1:125000 pp.

  (1924) Stanford University Publications, University Series, Geological Sciences. The Marine Shells of the West Coast of North America. Vol. 1. Stanford University. , 1-57.

  (1927) Stanford University Publications, University Series, Geological Sciences. The Marine Shells of the West Coast of North America. Vol. II. Stanford University Press, Stanford, CA. , 29 pls.

  (1928) Occasional Papers of the California Academy of Sciences XV. Studies on Marine Ostracods, Part II: External Morphology of the genus Cythereis with descriptions of twenty-one new species. California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco. , pls. I-IV.

  (1930) Special Publication Number 3. Gabbs California Cretaceous and Tertiary Type Lamellibranchs. Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. , 17 pls.

  (1931) Memoirs of the San Diego Society of Natural History, Volume 1. Catalogue of the marine Pliocene and Pleistocene Mollusca of California and adjacent regions. San Diego Society of Natural History, San Diego. , 1 - 32.

  (1935) Sylmar. 1:24000 pp.

  (1936) Geological Society of America Special Papers Number 4. Nuculid Bivalves of the Genus Acila. Vol. 4. Geological Society of America. , 1 - 15 1 - 18.

  (1938) Geological Society of America Special Paper. Lower Cretaceous Deposits in California and Oregon. Geological Society of America Special Paper, No. 16. Vol. 16.

  (1939) Yreka. 1:12500 pp.

  (1941) Olequa. 1:62500 pp.

  (1941) University of Texas Publication. The Larger Invertebrate Fossils of the Navarro Group of Texas. Vol. 4101. University of Texas, Bureau of Economic Geology. , 1-13 1-95.

  (1942) Carquinez. 1:62500 pp.

  (1943) Mt. Diablo. 1:62500 pp.

  (1943) Mt. Diablo. 1:62500 pp.

  (1943) Reyes Peak. 1:24000 pp.

  (1944) Canyon Spring. 1:62500 pp.

  (1944) Carrizo Mountain. 1:31680 pp.

  (1944) Geological Society of America Special Paper. Study and revision of Archimedes (Hall). Vol. 53. Geological Society of America.

  (1944) Geological Society of America Special Papers Number 56. Check List of California Tertiary Marine Mollusca. Geological Society of America.

  (1944) Sawtooth Ridge. 1:31680 pp.

  (1944) Topatopa Mountains. 1:31680 pp.

  (1945) Simmler. 1:62500 pp.

  (1945) US Grazing Map 63.

  (1946) Redding. 1:62500 pp.

  (1946) USGS Professional Paper 207. Geology and Paleontology of Palos Verdes Hills, California. US Geological Survey, Washington, D.C.. , 16 37.

  (1950) Chieri. 1:25000 pp.

  (1950) Geological Society of America Memoir 43. E. W. Scripps cruise to the Gulf of California, part II: Megascopic paleontology and marine stratigraphy. Vol. 43.

  (1951) Illipah.

  (1951) Illipah. 1:62500 pp.

  (1953) Millville. 1:62500 pp.

  (1953) Monographs, Number 8. Pliocene Mollusca of Southern Florida with Special Reference to Those from North Saint Petersburg. Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. , 1-65.

  (1958) Florida Geological Survey Bulletin. Stratigraphy and paleontology of the Late Neogene strata of the Caloosahatchee River area of southern Florida. Bulletin. Vol. 40. Florida Geological Survey.

  (1958) Geological Society of America Memoir. Upper Cretaceous of the Pacific Coast. Geological Society of America Memoir, No. 71. Vol. 71.

  (1958) Geological Society of America Memoir 76. Type specimens of marine mollusca described by P. P. Carpenter from the west coast (San Diego to British Columbia). Vol. 76. Geological Society of America, New York. , 35 pls.

  (1959) Briones Valley. USGS. 1:24,000 pp.

  (1960) Professional Paper 331-A. Archeogastropoda, Mesogastropoda and Stratigraphy of the Ripley, Owl Creek, and Prairie Bluff Formations. Vol. 331-A. U. S. Geological Survey. , 18 pls.

  (1961) Map Sheet 13 Falk. I.

  (1963) Calamarca. 1:50000 pp.

  (1963) Collana. 1:50000 pp.

  (1963) Occasional Papers of the California Academy of Sciences. Some Pleistocene and Pliocene freshwater mollusca from California and Oregon. Vol. 43. , 3 2.

  (1963) US Navy Ocean. Map. 58th ed. pp.

  (1963) USGS Professional Paper 419. Miocene Marine Mollusks from the Astoria Formation in Oregon. United States Geological Survey. , pls. 1 - 33.

  (1964) Contributions in Science, Number 82. The Fish Fauna of the Playa Del Rey Locality, a Southern California Marine Pleistocene Deposit. Vol. 82. Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Los Angeles. , 49 figs.

  (1967) Special Publication. Some Tertiary mollusks from South Florida and the Caribbean. Vol. 9. Paleontological Research Institute.

  (1969) University of California Publications in Geological Sciences, V. 80. Stratigrpahy and Paleontology of the Marine Neogene Formations of the Coalinga Region, California. University of California Press. , figs. 1-6 13 pl.

  (1973) Guadalupe Peak, TX. USGS. 1:24,000 pp.

  (1973) Mapa Rep. Bolivia. 1:100000 pp.

  (1973) San Isidro NG 12-4. 1:250000 pp.

  (1973) U. S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 791. Oligocene molluscan biostratigraphy and paleontology of the Lower Part of the type Temblor Formation, California. Vol. 791. U. S. Geological Survey. , 5 figs. 9 pls.

  (1974) San Diego Society of Natural History Memoir. West American Cenozoic Pholadidae (Mollusca: Bivalvia). San Diego Society of Natural History Memoir. Vol. 8. , 103 figs.

  (1975) Memoir 140. Reconnaissance Geology of the State of Baja California. Geological Society of America. , 66 figs. 6 pls.

  (1976) Professional Paper 962. The North Pacific Miocene Record of Mytilus (Plicatomytilus), a New Subgenus of Bivalvia. Vol. 962. United States Geological Survey. , 3 pls.

  (1977) Geological Survey of Alabama Monograph. Stratigraphic Distribution of Paleocene and Eocene Fossils in the Eastern Gulf Coast Region. Geological Survey of Alabama Monograph 13. Vol. 13. Geological Survey of Alabama; University of Alabama. , 37 fig. 72 pls.

  (1978) Science Series 24. (Revised Edition Edition) Marine Shells of Southern California. Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Los Angeles. , 54.

  (1980) Masters Thesis, San Diego State Univeristy, San Diego. Depositional environments of the Calabasas and Modelo formations, Big Mountain area, Ventura County, California.

  (1981) Chala Quad. 1:100000 pp.

  (1981) Masters Thesis, California State Univeristy, Northridge. Depositional environments of the Vaqueros Formation in the Big Mountain area, Ventura County, California. , 2.

  (1981) Masters Thesis, California State University, Northridge. Geology of a part of the Zaca Lake Quadrangle, Santa Barbara County, California.

  (1981) Touring map of Ice. 1:600000 pp.

  (1982) San Jose de Gracia. 1:50000 pp.

  (1982) USGS Professional Paper. Geology and paleontology of canal zone and adjoing parts of Panama - Description of Tertiary mollusks (Pelecypods - Propeamussiidae to Cuspidariidae). Professional Paper. Vol. 306-F. U. S. Geological Survey.

  (1983) El Conejo. 1:50000 pp.

  (1983) North of Tecopah Pass. 1:24000 pp.

  (1983) San Isidro. 1:50000 pp.

  (1983) San Jose de Gracia. 1:50000 pp.

  (1985) Calca Quad. 1:100000 pp.

  (1985) Masters Thesis, California State University, Northridge. Fluvial - dominated deltaic deposits of the marine Plio - Pleistocene lower Saugus Formation, northern Simi Valley, California.

  (1985) USGS Bulletin. The Lower Cretaceous ammonite Schloenbachia leonensis Conrad var. equidistans Cragin. US Geological Survey Bulletin. Vol. 1641-A. , 1 pl.

  (1985) USGS Professional Paper. Cretaceous Actaeonellid Gastropods from the Western Hemisphere. U. S. Geological Survey Professional Paper No. 1304. Vol. 1304. , 19 figs. 23 pls.

  (1986) Masters Thesis, California State University, Northridge. Depositional environments of the Eocene Domengine Formation near Coalinga, Fresno County, California.

  (1986) South Elma. 1:24000 pp.

  (1987) Masters Thesis, California State University, Northridge. Depositional environments of a portion of the Modelo Formation, Canton Canyon, Los Angeles County, California.

  (1987) Texas Paleontology Series Publication No. 3. Texas Cretaceous Echinoids. Vol. 3. Houston Gem and Mineral Society, Paleontology Section.

  (1988) Masters Thesis, California State University, Northridge. Depositional Environments and Paleogeography of the Lower Saugus Formation, Northern San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles County, California.

  (1989) Masters Thesis, California State University, Northridge. Stratigraphic analysis of the Hurricane Deck Formation, Sierra Madre, Santa Barbara County, California.

  (1989) Masters Thesis, California State University, Northridge. Stratigraphic analysis of the Vaqueros Formation, southeastern Cuyama Valley, California.

  (1990) Masters Thesis, California State University, Northridge. Depositional environments of the Topanga Canyon Formation, central Santa Monica Mountains, Los Angeles County, California.

  (1990) Masters thesis, California State University, Northridge. Stratigraphic Analysis of the Branch Canyon Formation in the Sierra Madre, Santa Barbara County, California.

  (1991) Masters Thesis, California State University, Northridge. Paleontology of the Santa Margarita Formation on the Coalinga anticline, Fresno County, California. , 1 - 47.

  (1991) Masters Thesis, California State University, Northridge. Biostratigraphy of Middle Tertiary Rocks in Cuyama Basin, Southern California.

  (1991) NHMLAC Technical Reports. Type and Referred Specimens of Fossil Invertebrata in the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Supplement 3 - Mollusca Formerly Conserved at the University of California, Los Angeles. Vol. 6. Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.

  (1992) The Topanga Story. York, L.A. (ed.) The Topanga Historical Society.

  (1993) Bulletin. The Streptoneuran Gastropods, Exclusive of the Stenoglossa, of the Coffee Sand (Campanian) of Northeastern Mississippi. Vol. 129. Mississippi Office of Geology. , 42 pls.

  (1993) NHMLAC Technical Reports. Type and Referred Specimens of Fossil Invertebrata in the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Supplement 4 - Specimens Formerly Conserved at the University of California, Los Angeles. Vol. 8. Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County,.

  (1994) LACMNH Contributions in Science. Corynexochida and Ptychopariida (Trilobita, Arthropoda) of the Ehmaniella biozone (Middle Cambrian), Utah and Nevada. Vol. 446.

  (1994) Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology. Scleractinia of the Temperate North Pacific. Vol. 557. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D. C.. , pls. 1-42.

  (1994) Westgard Pass. U S Geological Survey. 1:24,000 pp.

  (2000) Mainzer Naturwissenschaftliches Archiv. Die Insekten der oberoligozanen Fossillagerstatte Enspel (Westerwald, Deutschland), Systematik, Biostratinomie und Palaookologie. Vol. 23. Naturhistorisches Museum Mainz. , 9 pls.

  (2000) Open File Report No. 00-319. Age and Paleoenvironmental Significance of Mega-Invertebrates from the San Pedro Formation in the Coyote Hills, Fullerton and Buena Park, Orange County, Southern California. Vol. 00-319. U. S. Geological Survey.

  (2000) Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History Monographs Number 2; Studies in Biodiversity Number 2. Bivalve Seashells of Western North America: Marine Bivalve Mollusks from Arctic Alaska to Baja California. Santa Barbara, CA: Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. , 1-124.

  (2001) Science Series 39. An updated classification of the recent Crustacea. Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Los Angeles.

  (2003) 90 Years, 90 Treasures. Bitnet, B. and E. Bailey (eds.) Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.

  (2003) Technical Information Circular (TIC). Paleontological Resource Inventory and Monitoring, Mediterranean Coast Network. Vol. D-177. National Park Service.

  (2004) Palaeontologia Polonica. The Evolution of Conch Ontogeny in Mesozoic Open Sea Gastropods. Palaeontologia Polonica. Vol. 62.

  (2004) Technical Report NPS/NRGRD/GRDTR-04/01. Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area Paleontological Survey. United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Geologic Resources Division. , 1-9.

  Abbott, R.T. and S.P. Dance (1982) Compendium of Seashells: A Color Guide to More than 4,200 of the World's Marine Shells. (1st Edition) E. P. Dutton, New York.

  Abbott, R.T. (1974) American Seashells: The Marine Mollusca of the Atlantic and Pacific Coasts of North America. (2 nd Edition) Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, New York. , 1 - 24.

  Addicott, W.O. (1965) Miocene macrofossils of the southeastern San Joaquin Valley, California. In: Geological Survey Research 1965, Chapter C. USGS Professional Paper. Vol. 525-C. United States Geological Survey. Pp. 101-109. [View Pages] PDF is 40MB (also available in 4 parts)

  Addicott, W.O. (1965) Some western American Cenozoic gastropods of the genus Nassarius. USGS Professional Paper. Vol. 503. United States Geological Survey. 24 pp.

  Addicott, W.O. (1967) Age of the Skooner Gulch Formation, Mendocino County, California. USGS Bulletin. Vol. 1254. United States Geological Survey. 11 pp.

  Addicott, W.O. (1970) Miocene gastropods and biostratigraphy of the Kern River area, California. USGS Professional Paper. Vol. 642. United States Geological Survey.

  Addicott, W.O. (1978) Late Miocene mollusks from the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, Canada. USGS Journal of Research 6(5): 677-690.

  Albi, Y. (1994) An addition of Agassizia sp. to the echinoids found in the Imperial Formation, southern California. Bulletin of the Southern California Paleontological Society 27(11-12): 95-104, pls. 1-10.

  Albi, Y. (2002) Does the morphology of Pleistocene specimens of Crossata californica (Hinds, 1843) elucidate evolutionary patterns? Festivus 34(3): 31-42, figs. 1-10. [View Pages] PDF is 3.7MB

  Alfonsus, E.C. (1932) A fossil bee from long ago. American Bee Journal 72(7): 275.

  Allmon, W.D. (1996) Systematics and Evolution of Cenozoic American Turritellidae (Mollusca-Gastropoda) I: Paleocene and Eocene Coastal Plain Species Related to Turritella mortoni Conrad and Turritella humerosa Conrad. Palaeontographica Americana 59: 1-134, 14 pls.

  Alpert, S.P. and J.N. Moore (1975) Lower Cambrian trace fossil evidence for predation on trilobites. Lethaia 8(3): 223-230. [View Pages] PDF is 55MB (also available in 4 parts)

  Alpert, S.P. (1973) Bergaueria Prantl (Cambrian and Ordovician), a probable actinian trace fossil. Journal of Paleontology 47(5): 919-924. [View Pages] PDF is 13MB

  Alpert, S.P. (1975) Planolites and Skolithos from the upper Precambrian-Lower Cambrian White-Inyo Mountains, California. Journal of Paleontology 49(3): 508-521. [View Pages] PDF is 35MB (also available in 3 parts)

  Alpert, S.P. (1976) Trace fossils of the White-Inyo Mountains. In: Moore, J.N. and A.W. Fritsche (eds.) Depositional environments of lower Paleozoic rocks in the White-Inyo Mountains, Inyo County, California. Pacific Coast Paleogeography Field Guide 1. Pacific Section, SEPM. Pp. 43-48. [View Pages] PDF is 18MB (also available in 3 parts)

  Alpert, S.P. (1976) Trilobite and star-like trace fossils from the White-Inyo Mountains, California. Journal of Paleontology 50(2): 226-239. [View Pages] PDF is 38MB (also available in 3 parts)

  Amitrov, O.V. (1961) On the growth-changes of a new species of trochids. Paleontologitceskij Zurnal 4: 39-49. [View Pages] PDF is 2.2MB

  AMS Ely. 1:62500 pp.

  AMS (1943) Simmler. 1:62500 pp.

  AMS (1947) Santa Rosa Hills. 1:24000 pp.

  AMS (1954) Jordan. 1:250000 pp.

  AMS (1958) Wells NK 11-9. 1:250000 pp.

  AMS (1970) Goldfield. 1:250000 pp.

  Anderson, F.M. and B. Martin (1914) Neocene record in the Temblor basin, California, and Neocene deposits of the San Juan District, San Luis Obispo County. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences. Fourth Series. IV California Academy of Sciences. : 15-112, pls. 1 - 10.

  Anderson, T.B. and R.G. Stanley (1998) Field trip road log: Geology and Tectonics of the Gualala Block. In: Elder, W.P. (ed.) Geology and Tectonics of the Gualala Block, Northern California. Pacific Section SEPM Book 84. Pacific Section, Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists. Pp. 213-222.

  Anonymous (1973) Trilobites. Terra 12(3), unnumbered.

  Anonymous (1978) The museum speaks for itself. Terra 17(1).

  Anonymous (1980) Cephalopods Graveyard. Terra 19(2).

  Anonymous (1980) Cephalopods' graveyard. Terra 19(2), 1 unnumbered.

  Anonymous (1989) Museum's invertebrate fossil collection ranks high. Terra 27(3), unnumbered.

  Anonymous (1993) If the Pleistocene.. Terra 31(3).

  Anonymous (2000) Amber. Terra 37(1), 2 unnumbered.

  Anonymous (2001) Fossil finds in the Los Angeles subway. California Geology 54(4): 26-29. [View Pages] PDF is 92MB (also available in 4 parts)

  Arai, M.N. and A. McGugan (1969) A problematical Cambrian Coelenterate (?). Journal of Paleontology 43(1): 93-94.

  Arkell, W.J., B. Kummel, and C.W. Wright (1957) Mesozoic Ammonoidea. In: Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part L, Mollusca 4, Cephalopoda Ammonoidea. Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology. Moore, R.C. (series ed.) Vol. L.

  Arnold, R. (1906) Tertiary and Quaternary pectens of California. USGS Professional Paper. Vol. 47. 264 pp.

  Arnold, R. (1907) New and characteristic species of fossil mollusks from the oil bearing Tertiary formations of southern California. Proceedings of the United States National Museum 32(1545) Smithsonian Institution. United States National Museum. : 525-546, pls. 38-51.

  Arnold, R. (1907) New and characteristic species of fossil mollusks from the oil-bearing Tertiary formations of Santa Barbara County, California. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections 50(4): 419-447, pls. 50-58.

  Arnold, R. (1908) Descriptions of new Cretaceous and Tertiary fossils from the Santa Cruz Mountains, California. U.S. National Museum. Proceedings. 34(1617): 345-390.

  Arnold, T.S. (1998) Muracypraea Woodring, 1957 (Gastropoda: Cypraeidae) in the upper Miocene and lower Pliocene Latrania Formation (Imperial Group) of Imperial County, southern California. Festivus 30(8): 89-93. [View Pages] PDF is 33MB (also available in 4 parts)

  Bartsch, P. (1911) The recent and fossil mollusks of the genus Cerithiopsis from the west coast of America. Proceedings of the U. S. National Museum 40(1823): 327-367, pls. 36-41.

  Bartsch, P. (1915) The Recent and fossil mollusks of the genus Rissoina from the west coast of America. Proceedings of the U. S. National Museum 49, pls. 28-33.

  Bartsch, P. (1917) A monograph of west American melanellid mollusks. Proceedings of the United States National Museum 53: 295-356, 34 - 39.

  Bassler, R.S. (1953) Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part N, Mollusca 6, Bivalvia, Volume 1. Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology. Moore, R.C. (ed.) Vol. Part G. , figs. 1 to 175.

  Bayer, M. Fredrick, and et al. (1956) Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part F, Coelenterata. Moore and C. Raymond (eds.) Vol. Part F. Geological Society of America and University of Kansas Press. , 357 figs.

  Bedrossian, T.L. (1971) Fossils: the living past. California Geology 24(12): 227-239, 11 figs. [View Pages] PDF is 26MB (also available in 2 parts)

  Belasky, P., C.H. Stevens, and R.A. Hanger (2002) Early Permian location of western North American terranes based on brachiopod, fusulinid, and coral biography. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 179: 245-266.

  Belasky, P. and C.H. Stevens (2006) Permian faunas of westernmost North America - Paleobiogeographic constraints on the Permian positions of Cordilleran terranes. In: Haggart, J.W., R.J. Enkin, and J.W.H. Monger (eds.) Special Paper 46. Paleogeography of the North American Cordillera - Evidence For and Against Large-Scale Displacements. Geological Association of Canada.

  Bell, B.M. (1976) A study of North American Edrioasteroidea. New York State Museum Memoir. Vol. 21. 447 pp. [View Pages] PDF is 109MB (also available in 8 parts)

  Benson, R.H. and others (1961) Arthropoda 3: Crustacea, Ostracoda. Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part Q, Arthropoda 3: Crustacea, Ostracoda. Moore, R.C. (ed.) Geological Society of America and University of Kansas Press: Lawrence Kansas. , 334 figs.

  Berglund, R.E. and J.L. Goedert (1992) A new species of Cancer (Decapoda: Brachyura) from the Miocene Astoria Formation in Washington. Burke Museum Contributions in Anthropology and Natural History. Vol. 9. 11 pp. [View Pages] PDF is 37MB (also available in 3 parts)

  Beringer, C.C. (1949) Beitrage zu Einer Revision der Isocardiiden. Palaeontographica A 97: 181-217, pls. 15-18.

  Berry, S.S. (1922) Fossil Chitons of western North America. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, Fourth Series 11(18): 399-526, 11 figs, 16 pls.

  Berry, S.S. (1940) New Mollusca from the Pleistocene of San Pedro, California-I. Bulletins of American Paleontology 25(94A): 149-164, 2 pls.

  Berry, S.S. (1941) New Mollusca from the Pleistocene of San Pedro, California-II. Bulletins of American Paleontology 27(101): 1-18, 1 pl.

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  Squires, R.L. and R. Demetrion (1990) New Early Eocene marine gastropods from Baja California Sur, Mexico. Journal of Paleontology 64(1): 99-103, 2 figs. [View Pages] PDF is 15MB (also available in 2 parts)

  Squires, R.L. and R. Demetrion (1990) New Eocene marine bivalves from Baja California Sur, Mexico. Journal of Paleontology 64(3): 382-391. [View Pages] PDF is 43MB (also available in 3 parts)

  Squires, R.L. and R. Demetrion (1992) Paleontology of the Eocene Bateque Formation, Baja California Sur, Mexico. LACMNH Contributions in Science. Contributions in Science No. 434. Vol. 434. 55 pp, 144 figs.

  Squires, R.L. and R. Demetrion (1993) A new species of clypeasteroid echinoid Astrodapsis from the Miocene Isidro Formation, Baja California Sur, Mexico. Journal of Paleontology 67(2): 258-263. [View Pages] PDF is 16MB (also available in 3 parts)

  Squires, R.L. and R. Demetrion (1994) A new species of oligopygoid echinoid Haimea from the lower Eocene of Baja California Sur, Mexico. Journal of Paleontology 68(4): 258-263.

  Squires, R.L. and R.A. Demetrion (1994) New reports of Eocene Mollusks from the Bateque Formation, Baja California Sur, Mexico. The Veliger 37(2): 125-135, figs. 3 - 22. [View Pages] PDF is 17MB (also available in 2 parts)

  Squires, R.L. and R.A. Dimetrion (1994) A new species of the oligopygoid echinoid Haimea from the lower Eocene of Baja California Sur, Mexico. Journal of Paleontology 68(4): 846-851, figs. 1-9. [View Pages] PDF is 18MB (also available in 3 parts)

  Squires, R.L. and R.A. Dimetrion (1995) A new genus of cassiduloid echinoid from the lower Eocene of the Pacific coast of western North America and a new report of Cassidulus ellipticus Kew, 1920, from the lower Eocene of Baja California Sur Mexico. Journal of Paleontology 69(3): 509-515, figs. 1-7. [View Pages] PDF is 30MB (also available in 3 parts)

  Squires, R.L. and A.E. Fritsche (1978) Miocene macrofauna along Sespe Creek, Ventura County, California. In: Fritsche, A.E. (ed.) Depositional environments of Tertiary rocks along Sespe Creek, Ventura County, California. SEPM Pacific Section. Pacific Coast Paleogeography Field Guide 3. Vol. 3. Pp. 6-26. [View Pages] PDF is 66MB (also available in 8 parts)

  Squires, R.L., J.L. Goedert, S.R. Benham, and L.T. Groves (1996) Protoconch of the rare ovulid gastropod Cypraeogemula warnerae Effinger, 1938, from the Eocene of western Washington. The Veliger 39(2): 136-141, figs. 1-8. [View Pages] PDF is 14MB

  Squires, R.L., J.L. Goedert, and S.R. Benham (1999) First fossil record of the pteropod Limacina from the Pacific coast of North America. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 98(2): 80-89, figs. 1-8. [View Pages] PDF is 8.6MB

  Squires, R.L., J.L. Goedert, and K.L. Kaler (1992) Paleontology and stratigraphy of Eocene rocks at Pulali Point, Jefferson County, eastern Olympic Peninsula, Washington. Washington Divsion of Geology & Earth Resources Rept. Invest. Vol. 31. 27 pp.

  Squires, R.L. and J.L. Goedert (1991) New late Eocene mollusks from localized limestone deposits formed by subduction-related methane seeps, southwestern Washington. Journal of Paleontology 65(3): 412-416. [View Pages] PDF is 15MB

  Squires, R.L. and J.L. Goedert (1994) A new species of the volutid gastropod Fulgoraria (Musashia) from the Oligocene of Washington. Veliger 37(4): 400-409. [View Pages] PDF is 14MB

  Squires, R.L. and J.L. Goedert (1994) Macropaleontology of the Eocene Crescent Formation in the Little River area, southern Olympic Peninsula, Washington. LACMNH Contributions in Science. Vol. 444. 32 pp.

  Squires, R.L. and J.L. Goedert (1994) New species of early Eocene small to minute mollusks from the Crescent Formation, Black Hills, southwestern Washington. Veliger 37(3): 253-266. [View Pages] PDF is 18MB (also available in 2 parts)

  Squires, R.L. and J.L. Goedert (1995) An extant species of Leptochiton (Mollusca: Polyplacophora) in Eocene and Oligocene cold-seep limestones, Olympic Penninsula, Washington. Veliger 38(1): 47-53, figs. 1-6. [View Pages] PDF is 15MB (also available in 2 parts)

  Squires, R.L. and J.L. Goedert (1995) New species of Eocene gastropods from the northern Doty Hills, southwestern Washington. Veliger 38(3): 254-269, figs. 1-16. [View Pages] PDF is 15MB (also available in 2 parts)

  Squires, R.L. and J.L. Goedert (1996) A new species of Thalassonerita? (Gastropoda: Neritidae?) from a middle Eocene cold-seep carbonate in the Humptulips Formation, western Washington. Veliger 39(3): 270-272, figs. 1-5. [View Pages] PDF is 12MB

  Squires, R.L. and J.L. Goedert (1996) New species of small to minute gastropods of early Eocene age from the Crescent Formation, Black Hills, southwest Washington. The Veliger 39(3): 226-240, figs. 1-32. [View Pages] PDF is 53MB (also available in 4 parts)

  Squires, R.L. and J.L. Goedert (1997) Eocene megafossils from the Needles-Gray Wolf lithic assemblage of the eastern ""Core Rocks"", Olympic Peninsula. Washington Geology 25(4): 25-29, figs. 1-2. [View Pages] PDF is 32MB (also available in 4 parts)

  Squires, R.L. and M.P. Gring (1996) Late Eocene chemosynthetic? bivalves from suspect cold seeps, Wagon wheel Mountain, central California. Journal of Paleontology 70(1): 63-73, figs. 1-4. [View Pages] PDF is 30MB (also available in 3 parts)

  Squires, R.L., L.T. Groves, and J.T. Smith (2006) New Information on molluscan paleontology and depositional environments of the upper Pliocene Pico Formation, Valencia area, Los Angeles County, Southern California. Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Contributions in Science 511: 1-27, figs. 1-23.

  Squires, R.L. and G.L. Kennedy (1998) Additions to the late Paleocene molluscan fauna from the Santa Monica Mountains, Los Angeles County, southern California. The Veliger 41(2): 157-171, figs. 1-16. [View Pages] PDF is 30MB (also available in 3 parts)

  Squires, R.L. and L. Ritterbush (1981) A new Astartid bivalve genus from the Upper Cretaceous of southern California. Journal of Paleontology 55(4): 896-897.

  Squires, R.L. and L.R. Saul (1997) Late Cretaceous occurrences on the Pacific Slope of North America of the malanopsid gastropod genus Boggsia Olsson, 1929. Veliger 40(3): 193-202, figs. 1-17. [View Pages] PDF is 28MB (also available in 3 parts)

  Squires, R.L. and L.R. Saul (1997) Review of the bivalve genus Plicatula from Cretaceous and lower Cenozoic strata of California and Baja California. Journal of Paleontology 71(2): 287-298, figs. 1-4. [View Pages] PDF is 31MB (also available in 4 parts)

  Squires, R.L. and L.R. Saul (1998) New upper Paleocene species of the bivalve Plicatula from southern California. Journal of Paleontology 72(6): 1024-1029, figs. 1-3. [View Pages] PDF is 15MB (also available in 2 parts)

  Squires, R.L. and L.R. Saul (2000) The buccinid gastropod Deussenia from Upper Cretaceous strata of California. The Veliger 43(2): 118-125, figs. 1-12. [View Pages] PDF is 13MB

  Squires, R.L. and L.R. Saul (2001) A new genus of aporrhaid gastropod from upper Paleocene rocks in southern California. The Veliger 44(3): 327-330, figs. 1-8. [View Pages] PDF is 12MB

  Squires, R.L. and L.R. Saul (2001) New Late Cretaceous gastropods from the Pacific slope of North America. Journal of Paleontology 75(1): 46-65, figs. 1-6. [View Pages] PDF is 55MB (also available in 6 parts)

  Squires, R.L. and L.R. Saul (2002) New early Late Cretaceous (Cenomanian) mollusks from Oregon. Journal of Paleontology 76(1): 43-51. [View Pages] PDF is 29MB (also available in 3 parts)

  Squires, R.L. and L.R. Saul (2002) New information on Late Cretaceous, Paleocene, and Eocene neritid gastropods from the North American Pacific slope. Veliger 45(3): 177-192.

  Squires, R.L. and L.R. Saul (2003) Additions to Late Cretaceous shallow-marine gastropods from California. Veliger 46(2): 145-161.

  Squires, R.L. and L.R. Saul (2003) New Late Cretaceous (Campanian and Maastrichtian) marine gastropods from California. Journal of Paleontology 77(1): 50-63, figs. 1-4.

  Squires, R.L. and L.R. Saul (2003) New Late Cretaceous epitoniid and zygopleurid gastropods from the Pacific slope of North America. The Veliger 46(1): 20-49, figs. 1-71. [View Pages] PDF is 52MB (also available in 4 parts)

  Squires, R.L. and L.R. Saul (2004) Cretaceous corbulid bivalves of the Pacific Slope of North America. Veliger 47(2): 103-129. [View Pages] PDF is 50MB (also available in 5 parts)

  Squires, R.L. and L.R. Saul (2004) The pseudomelaniid gastropod Paosia from the marine Cretaceous of the Pacific slope of North America and a review of the age and paleobiogeography of the genus. Journal of Paleontology 78(3): 484-500, figs. 1-5.

  Squires, R.L. and L.R. Saul (2004) Uncommon Cretaceous naticiform gastropods from the Pacific slope of North America. Veliger 47(1): 21-37, figs. 1-22.

  Squires, R.L. and L.R. Saul (2005) New Late Cretaceous (Santonian and Campanian) gastropods from California and Baja California, Mexico. The Nautilus 119(4): 133-148, figs. 1-21. [View Pages] PDF is 43MB (also available in 3 parts)

  Squires, R.L. and L.R. Saul (2006) Additions and refinements to Aptian to Santonian (Cretaceous) Turritella (Mollusca: Gastropoda) from the Pacific slope of North America. Veliger 48(1): 46-60. [View Pages] PDF is 33MB (also available in 3 parts)

  Squires, R.L. and L.R. Saul (2006) Cretaceous Acila (Truncacila) (Bivalvia: Nuculidae) from the Pacific slope of North America. Veliger 48(2): 83-104. [View Pages] PDF is 53MB (also available in 5 parts)

  Squires, R.L. and L.R. Saul (2006) New buccinoid gastropods from uppermost Cretaceous and Paleocene strata of California and Baja California, Mexico. Nautilus 120(2): 66-78, figs.1-23.

  Squires, R.L. and L.R. Saul (2006) New Late Cretaceous mytilid and tellinoidean bivalves from California. Veliger 48(3): 121-135, figs. 1-29.

  Squires, R.L. and L.R. Saul (2007) Paleocene pareorine turritellid gastropods from the Pacific slope of North America. Nautilus 121(1): 1-16. [View Pages] PDF is 37MB (also available in 3 parts)

  Squires, R.L. and L.R. Saul (2009) Cretaceous opine bivalves from the Pacific slope of North America and palaeobiogeography of subfamily Opinae Chavan, 1969. Palaeontology 52(6): 1311-1347. [View Pages] PDF is 97MB (also available in 10 parts)

  Squires, R.L. and D.R. White (1983) Common megafossils of the lower Saugus Formation, northern Simi Valley area, California. In: Squires, R.L. and M.V. Filewicz (eds.) Cenozoic Geology of the Simi Valley Area, Southern California. SEPM Pacific Section Guidebook. Pp. 221-224. [View Pages] PDF is 31MB (also available in 3 parts)

  Squires, R.L., W.J. Zinsmeister, and L.M. Paredes-Mejia (1989) Popenoeum, a new pseudolivine gastropod genus: widespread and most diversified during the Paleocene. Journal of Paleontology 63(2): 212-217. [View Pages] PDF is 14MB

  Squires, R.L. (1976) Color pattern of Naticopsis (Naticopsis) wortheniana, Buckhorn Asphalt deposit, Oklahoma. Journal of Paleontology 50(2): 349-350. [View Pages] PDF is 12MB

  Squires, R.L. (1979) Middle Pliocene dragonfly nymphs, Ridge Basin, Transverse Ranges, California. Journal of Paleontology 53(2): 446-452. [View Pages] PDF is 12MB

  Squires, R.L. (1980) A new species of brachyuran from the Paleocene of California. Journal of Paleontology 54(2): 472-476. [View Pages] PDF is 7.8MB

  Squires, R.L. (1982) Dragonfly nymphs from the Peace Valley Formation, Ridge Basin, California. In: Crowell, J.C. and M.H. Link (eds.) Tectonic and sedimentation history of Ridge Basin, southern California. SEPM Pacific Section. Fall Filedtrip Guidebook. Pp. 237-238.

  Squires, R.L. (1983) Eocene Llajas Formation, Simi Valley, southern California. In: Squires, R.L. and M.V. Filewicz (eds.) Cenozoic Geology of the Simi Valley Area, Southern California. SEPM Pacific Section. Fall Fieldtrip Guidebook. Pp. 81-95. [View Pages] PDF is 91MB (also available in 8 parts)

  Squires, R.L. (1983) New mollusks from the lower middle Eocene Llajas Formation, southern California. Journal of Paleontology 57(2): 354-362. [View Pages] PDF is 6.0MB

  Squires, R.L. (1984) Megapaleontology of the Eocene Llajas Formation, Simi Valley, California. LACMNH Contributions in Science. Vol. 350. 76 pp.

  Squires, R.L. (1987) Eocene molluscan paleontology of the Whitaker Peak area, Los Angeles and Ventura Counties, California. LACMNH Contributions in Science. Vol. 388. 93 pp.

  Squires, R.L. (1988) Cephalopods from the late Eocene Hoko River Formation, northwestern Washington. Journal of Paleontology 62(1): 76-82. [View Pages] PDF is 14MB

  Squires, R.L. (1988) Eocene macropaleontology of northern Lockwood Valley, Ventura County, California. LACMNH Contributions in Science. Vol. 398. 23 pp.

  Squires, R.L. (1988) Geologic age refinements of west coast Eocene marine mollusks. In: Filewicz, M.V. and R.L. Squires (eds.) Paleogene Stratigraphy, West Coast of North America. SEPM Pacific Section. West Coast Paleogene Symposium. Vol. 58. Pp. 107-112. [View Pages] PDF is 16MB (also available in 2 parts)

  Squires, R.L. (1989) A new pseudolivine gastropod genus from the lower Tertiary of North America. Journal of Paleontology 63(1): 38-47. [View Pages] PDF is 22MB (also available in 2 parts)

  Squires, R.L. (1989) First Tertiary occurrence of a rare patelliform gastropod (Archaeogastropoda: Symmetrocapulidae), Eocene Tejon Formation, Tehachapi Mountains, California. Veliger 32(4): 406-408. [View Pages] PDF is 6.2MB

  Squires, R.L. (1989) Pteropods (Mollusca: Gastropoda) from Tertiary formations of Washington and Oregon. Journal of Paleontology 63(4): 443-448. [View Pages] PDF is 9.7MB

  Squires, R.L. (1990) First occurrence of the Tethyan bivalve Nayadina (Exputens) in Mexico, and a review of all species of this North American subgenus. Veliger 33(3): 305-316. [View Pages] PDF is 22MB (also available in 2 parts)

  Squires, R.L. (1990) New Paleogene Fimbria (Mollusca: Bivalvia) from the Pacific coast of southwestern North America. Journal of Paleontology 64(4): 552-556. [View Pages] PDF is 39MB (also available in 3 parts)

  Squires, R.L. (1990) New Paleogene siliquariid and vermetid gastropods from the Pacific coast of southwestern North America. Veliger 33(3): 286-292. [View Pages] PDF is 6.8MB

  Squires, R.L. (1991) A new middle Eocene potamidid gastropod from brackish-marine deposits, southern California. Veliger 34(4): 354-359. [View Pages] PDF is 14MB

  Squires, R.L. (1991) A new sepiamorph sepiid (Mollusca: Cephalopoda) from the Eocene of California. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 90(2): 86-88. [View Pages] PDF is 6.2MB

  Squires, R.L. (1991) Molluscan paleontology of the lower Eocene Maniobra Formation, Orocopia Mountains, southern California. In: Abbott, P.L. and J.A. May (eds.) Eocene Geologic History San Diego Region. SEPM Pacific Section. Vol. 68. Pp. 217-226. [View Pages] PDF is 31MB (also available in 3 parts)

  Squires, R.L. (1991) New early Eocene species of Arca s.s. (Mollusca: Bivalvia) from southern California. Veliger 34(1): 67-72. [View Pages] PDF is 8.2MB

  Squires, R.L. (1991) New morphologic and stratigraphic data on Calyptogena (Calyptogena) gibbera Crickmay; 1929 (Bivalvia: Vesicomyidae) from the Pliocene and Pleistocene of southern California. Veliger 34(1): 73-77. [View Pages] PDF is 7.7MB

  Squires, R.L. (1992) Eocene mollusks from the Tepetate Formation, Baja California Sur, Mexico. American Conchologist 20(3): 10-11. [View Pages] PDF is 13MB

  Squires, R.L. (1992) New occurrences of the malleid bivalve Nayadina (Exputens) from the Eocene of Jamaica, Mexico, and Washington. Veliger 35(2): 133-136. [View Pages] PDF is 17MB (also available in 3 parts)

  Squires, R.L. (1993) A new subgenus of neritid gastropod from the upper Cretaceous of Baja California, Mexico. Journal of Paleontology 67(6): 1085-1088. [View Pages] PDF is 14MB

  Squires, R.L. (1993) Earliest record of the anomiid bivalve Pododesmus: a new species from the lower Eocene of western Washington. Veliger 36(3): 270-275. [View Pages] PDF is 8.4MB

  Squires, R.L. (1993) New reports of the large gastropod Campanile from the Paleocene and Eocene of the Pacific coast of North America. Veliger 36(4): 323-331. [View Pages] PDF is 24MB (also available in 2 parts)

  Squires, R.L. (1993) The gastropod Terebra santana Loel & Corey, 1932, from the lower Miocene Vaqueros Formation, southern California, belongs in the cerithiid genus Clavocerithium s.s. Veliger 36(4): 399-404. [View Pages] PDF is 20MB (also available in 2 parts)

  Squires, R.L. (1994) Macropaleontology of Eocene marine rocks; upper Sespe Creek area, Ventura County, southern California. In: Fritsche, A.E. (ed.) Sedimentology and paleontology of Eocene rocks in the Sespe Creek area, Ventura County, California. SEPM Pacific Section [Society for Sedimentary Geology] Guidebook. Vol. 74. Pp. 39-56. [View Pages] PDF is 38MB (also available in 4 parts)

  Squires, R.L. (1994) New morphologic information on the bivalve Isognomon (Isognomon) panzana (Loel & Corey, 1932) from the lower Miocene Vaqueros Formation, southern California. Veliger 37(2): 215-217. [View Pages] PDF is 9.0MB

  Squires, R.L. (1995) First fossil species of the chemosynthetic-community gastropod Provanna: localized cold-seep limestones in upper Eocene and Oligocene rocks, Washington. Veliger 38(1): 30-36, figs. 1-18.

  Squires, R.L. (1995) The gastropod Philene bisculptata Hanna, 1927, from the Eocene of southeren California, belongs in the neritid genus Otostoma d'Archiac, 1859. Veliger 38(2): 188-192, figs. 1-6.

  Squires, R.L. (1997) Geologic profile of Simi Valley. In: Havens, P. and B. Appleton (eds.) Simi Valley - A Journey Through Time. Simi Valley Historical Society and Museum. Pp. 293-301. [View Pages] PDF is 45MB (also available in 4 parts)

  Squires, R.L. (1997) Taxonomy and distribution of the buccinid gastropod Brachysphingus from uppermost Cretaceous and lower Cenozoic marine strata of the Pacific Slope of North America. Journal of Paleontology 71(5): 847-861, 1-5. [View Pages] PDF is 34MB (also available in 3 parts)

  Squires, R.L. (1998) New information on morphology, stratigraphy, and paleoclimate implications of the Eocene brackish-marine gastropod Loxotrema turritum Gabb, 1868, from the west coast of the United States. Veliger 41(4): 297-313, figs. 1-25. [View Pages] PDF is 18MB (also available in 2 parts)

  Squires, R.L. (1999) Middle Eocene brackish-marine mollusks from the Matilija Sandstone at Matilija Hot Springs, Ventura County, southern California. NHMLAC Contributions in Science. Vol. 480. 29 pp, figs. 1-49.

  Squires, R.L. (1999) Upper Paleocene to lower Eocene (Meganos Stage) marine megafossils in the uppermost Santa Susana Formation, Simi Valley, southern California. NHMLAC Contributions in Science. Vol. 479. 38 pp, figs. 1-68.

  Squires, R.L. (2001) Additions to the Eocene megafossil fauna of the Llajas Formation, Simi Valley, Southern California. Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County Contributions in Science. Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County Contributions in Science. Vol. 489.

  Squires, R.L. (2008) Eocene megapaleontology, stratigraphy, and depositional environments, Elsmere Canyon, Los Angeles County, southern California. NHMLAC Contributions in Science. Vol. 517. 16 pp, figs. 1-57.

  Squires, R.L. (2010) Northeast Pacific Record of the Cretaceous Marine Gastropod Atira and a Review of Its Paleobiogeography. Journal of Paleontology 84(6): 1022-1030, 6 figs.

  Squires, R.L. (2010) Northeast Pacific Upper Cretaceous and Paleocene glycymeridid bivalves. Journal of Paleontology 84(5): 895-917, 12 figs. [View Pages] PDF is 160MB (also available in 14 parts)

  Squires, R.L. (2011) A new genus of Cretaceous margaritine gastropod (Turbinidae) from the northeastern Pacific Ocean. The Nautilus 125(3): 137-149, 51 figs.

  Squires, R.L. (2011) New Cretaceous turbiniform vetigastropods (Gastropoda) from the Pacific slope of North America. The Nautilus 125(4): 193-206, 44 figs.

  Squires, R.L. (2011) Northeast Pacific Cretaceous record of Pyropsis (Neogastropoda - Pyropsidae) and paleobiogeography of the genus. Journal of Paleontology 85(6): 1199-1215, 4 figs.

  Squires, R.L. (2012) Additions to Late Cretaceous shallow-marine limopsid bivalves and neogastropods from California. NHMLAC Contributions in Science. Vol. 520. Pp. 5-14, 34 figs.

  Stadum, C.J. (1973) A student guide to Orange County fossils. Chapman College Press. 64 pp.

  Stallwood, R.B. (1995) A Turonian clavagellid (Bivalvia) from the Ladd Formation of southern California. Journal of Paleontology 69(1): 84-88, figs. 1-3. [View Pages] PDF is 24MB (also available in 2 parts)

  Stanton, R.J. and J.M. Alderson Limestone interbedded with submarine volcanics: the Early-Middle Miocene Conejo Volcanics, California. Facies.

  Stanton, R.J. and L.C. Pray (2004) Skeletal-carbonate neptunian dikes of the Capitan Reef - Permian, Guadalupe Mountains, Texas, U.S.A. Journal of Sedimentary Research 74(6): 805-816.

  Stanton, R.J. (1966) Megafauna of the upper Miocene Castaic Formation, Los Angeles County, California. Journal of Paleontology 40(1): 21-40. [View Pages] PDF is 49MB (also available in 4 parts)

  Stanton, R.J., Jr. and J.M. Alderson (2010) Limestone sedimentation concurrent with submarine volcanism in the Conejo Volcanics, Miocene, Santa Monica Mountains, southern California. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs 42(4): 50.

  Statz, G. and A. Horion (1937) Ein fossiler Ptiliidenfund aus dem mitteloligocanen Ablagerungen von Rott am Siebengebirge. Entomologische Blatter 33(1): 8-10.

  Statz, G. and E. Wagner (1950) Geocorisae (landwanzen) aus den Oberoligocanen Ablagerungen von Rott. Palaeontographica Abteilung A 98: 97-136.

  Statz, G. (1930) Drei neue Insekdtenarten aus dem Tertiar von Rott am Siebengebirge. Wissenschaftliche Mitteilungen des Vereins für Natur- und Heimatkunde in Köln am Rhein. 1(2): 10-14.

  Statz, G. (1931) Eine neue Bienenart aus Rott am Siebengebirge. Wissenschaftliche Mitteilungen des Vereins für Natur- und Heimatkunde in Köln am Rhein. 1(2): 39-60.

  Statz, G. (1934) Neue Beobachtungen uber fossile Bienen aus dem Tertiar von Rott am Siebengebirge. Archiv fur Bienenkunde 15(1): 1-10.

  Statz, G. (1934) Neue Tipulidenfunde aus den Braunkohlenschiefern von Rott am Siebengebirge. Wissenschaftliche Mitteilungen des Vereins für Natur- und Heimatkunde in Köln am Rhein. 1(3).

  Statz, G. (1936) Ueber alte und neue fossile Hymenopterenfunde aus den tertiaren Ablagerungen von Rott am Siebengebirge. Decheniana A - Geologische Abteilung 93: 256-304.

  Statz, G. (1936) Ueber neue Funde von Neuropteren, Panorpaten und Trichopteren aus den tertiaren Schiefern von Rott am Siebengebirge. Decheniana A - Geologische Abteilung 93: 208-255.

  Statz, G. (1937) Uber fossile niedere Wassertiere aus dem Tertiar von Rott am Siebengebirge. Die Natur am Niederrheim 13(1): 1-16.

  Statz, G. (1938) Die Tertiarschichten von Rott und ihre Wasserfauna. Heimatblatter des Siegkreises 14(2): 18-30.

  Statz, G. (1938) Die Tertiarschichten von Rott und ihre Wasserfauna. Heimatblatter des Siegkreises 14(3): 56-68.

  Statz, G. (1938) Funf neue fossile Cerambyciden-Arten aus den mitteloligocanen Ablagerungen von Rott am Siebengibirge. Entomologische Blatter 34(4): 173-179.

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