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  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. (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

  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.

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

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

  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.

  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)

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

  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. (1947) New Mollusca from the Pleistocene of San Pedro, California - III. Bulletins of American Paleontology 31(127): 257-275, 2 pls.

  Blake, D.B. (1975) A new west American Miocene species of the modern Australian ophiuroid Ophiocrossota. Journal of Paleontology 49(3): 501-507. [View Pages] PDF is 12MB

  Brown, B.V. (1999) A fossil Hypocera (Diptera: Phoridae) and its phylogenetic implications. Studia Dipterologica 6(2): 273-277, figs. 1-4. [View Pages] PDF is 21MB (also available in 2 parts)

  Campbell, K.A., D.E. Peterson, and A.C. Alfaro (2008) Two new species of Retiskenea? (Gastropoda: Neomphalidae) from Lower Cretaceous hydrocarbon-seep carbonates of northern California. Journal of Paleontology 82(1): 140-153. [View Pages] PDF is 63MB (also available in 7 parts)

  Carlisle, D. and T. Susuki (1965) Structure, stratigraphy and paleontology of an Upper Triassic section on the west coast of British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 2: 442-484.

  Cox, L.R. (1969) Family Hippopodiidae Cox, new family. In: Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part N, Mollusca 6, Bivalvia. Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology. Moore, R.C (series ed.) Vol. 2. Pp. N582-N583.

  Dall, W.H. and P. Bartsch (1910) New species of shells collected by Mr. John Macoun at Barkley Sound, Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Canada Department of Mines, Geological Survey Branch, Memoir 14-N: 5-22, pls. 1-2.

  DeVries, T.J., L.T. Groves, and M. Urbina (2006) A new early Miocene Muracypraea Woodring, 1957 (Gastropoda: Cypraeidae) from the Pisco Basin of southern Peru. The Nautilus 120(3): 101-105, figs. 1-5.

  Dushane, H. (1979) The family Epitoniidae (Mollusca: Gastropoda) in the northeastern Pacific. Veliger 22(2): 91-134.

  Goedert, J.L., R.L. Squires, and L.J. Barnes (1995) Paleoecology of whale-fall habitats from deep water Oligocene rocks, Olympic Peninsula, Washington state. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 118: 151-158. [View Pages] PDF is 12MB

  Groves, L.T., H.F. Filkorn, and J.M. Alderson (2012) A new species of Late Cretaceous (Campanian) cypraeid gastropod, Santa Ana Mountains, southern California, and new records of California Cretaceous cypraeids. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 110(3): 177-183, figs. 1-4.

  Groves, L.T. and R.L. Squires (1995) First report of the genus Proadusta Sacco, 1894 (Gastropoda: Cypraeidae) from the Western Hemisphere, with a description of a new species from the Eocene of Washington. The Nautilus 109(4): 113-116, figs. 1-5. [View Pages] PDF is 8.3MB

  Groves, L.T. (1990) New species of Late Cretaceous Cypraeacea (Mollusca: Gastropoda) from California and Mississippi, and a review of Cretaceous cypraeaceans of North America. The Veliger 33(3): 272-285, figs. 1-34. [View Pages] PDF is 15MB (also available in 2 parts)

  Groves, L.T. (1991) Molluscan paleontology of the Pliocene-Pleistocene lower Saugus Formation, southern California. American Conchologist 19(4): 16-17, figs. 1-2.2. [View Pages] PDF is 13MB

  Groves, L.T. (1991) Paleontology and biostratigraphy of the Plio-Pleistocene lower Saugus Formation, Santa Susana Mountains, Ventura and Los Angeles counties, southern California. Advisor: Richard L. Squires. Degree: M.S. Northridge, CA: California State University, Northridge. xiv + 383 pp, 10 figs., 11 pls.

  Groves, L.T. (1992) California cowries (Cypraeacea): Past and present, with notes on Recent tropical eastern Pacific species. The Festivus 24(9): 101-107, figs. 1-3b. [View Pages] PDF is 9.4MB

  Groves, L.T. (1994) New species of Cypraeidae (Mollusca: Gastropoda) from the Miocene of California and the Eocene of Washington. The Veliger 37(3): 244-252, figs. 1-13. [View Pages] PDF is 15MB

  Groves, L.T. (2004) New species of Late Cretaceous Cypraeidae (Gastropoda) from California and British Columbia and new records from the Pacific slope. The Nautilus 118(1): 43-51, figs. 1-11.

  Hall, C.A. (1966) Archaeopneustes moorefieldi, a new Pliocene spatangoid echinoid from the San Luis Obispo area, California. Journal of Paleontology 40(5): 1123-1125.

  Hannibal, H. (1912) A synopsis of the Recent and Tertiary freshwater Mollusca of the Californian province, based upon an ontogenetic classification. Proceedings of the Malacological Society of London 10(3): 112-213.

  Harrington, H.J. (1959) Arthropoda 1, Arthropoda-General Features, Protarthropoda, Euarthropoda-General Features, Trilobitomorpha. Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part O, Arthropoda 1. Moore and C. Raymond (eds.) Vol. Part O. Geological Society of America and University of Kansas Press. 560 pp, 415 figs.

  Johnson, J.G. and A. Reso (1966) Brachiopods from the Pilot Shale (Devonian) in southeastern Nevada. Journal of Paleontology 40(1): 125-129. [View Pages] PDF is 25MB (also available in 2 parts)

  Keen, A.M. (1971) Sea shells of tropical West America: Marine mollusks from Baja California to Peru. Second edition. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press. 1064 pp, 2520 figs., 22 pls.

  Kennedy, G.L. and J.M. Armentrout (1989) A new species of chimney-building Penitella from the Gulf of Alaska (Bivalvia: Pholadidae). The Veliger 32(3): 320-325, figs. 1-13. [View Pages] PDF is 7.5MB

  Kennedy, G.L. and I.D. Browne (2007 [imprint]) Paleontology and geochronology of the middle and upper Pleistocene marine record in the downtown San Diego area, San Diego County, southern California. Western Society of Malacologists Annual Report. Abstracts and Papers from the 36th Annual Meeting of the Western Society of Malacologists held in Los Angeles, California, 6-10 June, 2003. Vol. 36. Pp. 13-35.

  Kohn, A.J. (1980) Conus kahiko, a new Pleistocene gastropod from Oahu, Hawaii. Journal of Paleontology 54(3): 534-541, figs. 1-3.

  Kwon, D.H. and H.S. Kim (1987) A new species of the genus Gnorimosphaeroma (Crustacea, Isopoda, Sphaeromatidae) from the Naktong River, with a key to the Korean species of the genus. The Korean Journal of Systematic Zoology 3: 51–56. [View Pages] PDF is 7.8MB

  Landau, B.M. and L.T. Groves (2011) Cypraeidae (Mollusca: Gastropoda) from the early Miocene Cantaure Formation of northern Venezuela. Novapex 12(1-2): 1-38, figs. 1-172, text figs. 1-13.

  Marincovich, L. (1975) New Tertiary and Recent Naticidae from the eastern Pacific (Mollusca: Gastropoda). The Veliger 18(2): 168-173, figs. 1-22.

  McLean, J.H. (1996) The Prosobranchia. Taxonomic Atlas of the Benthic Fauna of the Santa Maria Basin and Western Santa Barbara Channel: Volume 9 - The Mollusca, Part 2, The Gastropoda. Scott, P.H., J.A. Blake, and A. Lissner (eds.) Vol. 9. Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. Pp. 1-160, figs. 1.1-1.19.

  Moore, E.J. (1987) Tertiary marine pelecypods of California and Baja California: Plicatulidae to Ostreidae. USGS Professional Paper. Vol. 1228 - C. 53 pp, 34 pls.

  Muhs, D.R., J.F. Wehmiller, K.R. Simmons, and L.L. York (2003) Quaternary sea-level history of the United States. (First edition Edition) In: Gillespie, A.R., S.C. Porter, and B.F. Atwater (eds.) The Quaternary Period in the United States. Developments in Quaternary Science. Vol. 1. Elsevier. Pp. 147-183.

  Quayle, E.H. (1932) Fossil corals of the genus Turbinolia from the Eocene of California. Transactions of the San Diego Society of Natural History 7(10): 91-110, pl. 6. [View Pages] PDF is 18MB (also available in 3 parts)

  Scott, R.W. (2007) Late Aptian - early Albian bivalves of the Comanchean and Sonoran shelves. In: Scott, R.W. (ed.) Upper Aptian - Albian Bivalves of Texas and Sonora: Biostratigraphic, Paleoecologic and Biogeographic Implications. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Bulletin. Vol. 39. Pp. 7-39.

  Smith, J.T. (1989) Contrasting megafaunal and sedimentary records from opposite ends of the Gulf of California: implications for interpreting its Tertiary history. In: Abbott, P.L. (ed.) Geologic studies in Baja California. SEPM Pacific Section Book. Vol. 63. SEPM Pacific Section. Pp. 27-36. [View Pages] PDF is 64MB (also available in 8 parts)

  Squires, R.L and L.R. Saul (1993) A new species of Otostoma (Gastropoda - Neritidae) from near the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary at Dip Creek, Lake Nacimiento, California. The Veliger 36(3): 259-264. [View Pages] PDF is 14MB

  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., 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 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. (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.

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  Webster, G.D. and N.G. Lane (1967) Mississippian-Pennsylvanian boundary in southern Nevada. In: Essays in Paleontology & Stratigraphy - Raymond C. Moore Commerative Volume. University of Kansas Department of Geology Special Publication. Vol. 2. Pp. 504-522. [View Pages] PDF is 17MB (also available in 2 parts)

  Willett, G. (1944) Northwest American species of Glycymeris. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 42(3): 107-114, pls. 11-12.

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