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Adkins, W. S. 1920. The Weno and Pawpaw Formations of the Texas Comanchean. University of Texas Bulletin 1856: 5-172, 11 pl.

 

Adkins, W. S. & W. M. Winton. 1920. Paleontological correlation of the Fredericksburg and Washita Formations of North Texas. University of Texas Bulletin 1945: 3-128, 21 pl.

 

Adkins, W. S. 1927. The geology and mineral resources of the Fort Stockton Quadrangle. University of Texas Bulletin 2738: 9-166, 6 pl.

 

Adkins, W. S. 1928. Handbook of Texas Cretaceous fossils. University of Texas Bulletin 2838: 5-385, 37 pl.

 

Adkins, W. S. 1929. Some upper Cretaceous Taylor ammonites from Texas. University of Texas Bulletin 2901: 203-211, pl. 5, 6.

 

Adkins, W. S. 1930. New rudists from the Texas and Mexican Cretaceous. University of Texas Bulletin 3001: 77-100, pl. 4-9.

 

Adkins, W. S. 1930. Texas Comanchean echinoids of the genus Macraster. University of Texas Bulletin 3001: 101-120, pl. 10-11.

 

Adkins, W. S. 1931. Some upper Cretaceous ammonites in western TexasUniversity of Texas Bulletin 32101: 35-72, 5 pl.

 

Adkins, W. S. 1933. The Mesozoic Systems in Texas. University of Texas Bulletin 3232: 239-518.

 

Adkins, W. S. & F. E. Lozo. 1951. Stratigraphy of the Woodbine and Eagle Ford, Waco area, Texas. In: The Woodbine and adjacent strata of the Waco area of central Texas. Fondren Sci. Ser. 4: 101-164.

 

Ager, D. V. 1963. Systematic paleontology. In: Ager, D. V., J. R. Underwood & R. K. DeFord. New Cretaceous brachiopod from Trans Pecos Texas. Journal of Paleontology, vol. 37 (2): 371-378, pl. 42.

 

Aguayo & M. Jaume, ????. @ (Paratype of a recent Cuban gastropod.)

 

Aldrich, T. H. 1886. Notes on the Tertiary of Alabama and Mississippi, with descriptions of new species. Journal, Cincinnati Society of Natural History, vol. 8: 145-153.

 

Aldrich, T. H. 1886. Notes on Tertiary fossils, rare, or little known. Journal, Cincinnati Society of Natural History, vol. 8: 153-155, pl. 3.

 

Aldrich, T. H. 1886. Preliminary report on the Tertiary fossils of Alabama and Mississippi. Geological Survey of Alabama, Bulletin no. 1: 15-60, 6 pl.

 

Aldrich, T. H. 1887. Notes on Tertiary fossils, with descriptions of new species. Journal, Cincinnati Society of Natural History, vol. 10: 78-83.

 

Aldrich, T. H. 1888. Notes on the distribution of Tertiary fossils in Alabama and Mississippi. Journal, Cincinnati Society of Natural History, vol. 10: 256-257.

 

Aldrich, T. H. 1895. New or little known Tertiary Mollusca from Alabama and Texas. Bulletin of American Paleontology vol. 1 (2): 1-31.

 

Aldrich, T. H. 1897. Notes on Eocene Mollusca with descriptions of some new species. Bulletin of American Paleontology, vol. 2 (8): 170-192 (4-26).

 

Aldrich, T. H. 1897. A new *Cancellaria* from the Alabama Eocene. The Nautilus, vol. 11 (2): 27-28.

 

Aldrich, T. H. 1898. Some new Eocene fossils from Alabama. The Nautilus, vol. 11 (9): 97-98.

 

Aldrich, T. H. 1910. New Eocene fossils from the southern states. The Nautilus, vol. 24 (7): 73-75, 1 pl.

 

Aldrich, T. H. 1911. New Eocene fossils from the southern Gulf States. Bulletin of American Paleontology 22 (5): 26 pp.

 

Alexander, C. I. 1925. Micrology of the upper Fredericksburg and lower Washita Formations. In: The Geology of Denton County. University of Texas Bulletin 2544: 65-67, 2 pl.

 

Alexander, C. I. 1929. Ostracoda of the Cretaceous of north Texas. University of Texas Bulletin 2907: 7-114, 10 pl. (types on loan to USGS)

 

Alexander, C. I. 1932. Sexual dimorphism in fossil Ostracoda. American Midland Naturalist 13: 302-311, 1 pl. (hypotypes)

 

Alexander, C. I. 1933. Shell structure of the Ostracode genus Cytheropteron, and fossil species from the Cretaceous of Texas. Journal of Paleontology, vol. 7 (2): 181-214. (hypotypes)

 

Alexander, C. I. 1934. Ostracoda of the Genera Monoceratina and *Orthonotacythere* from the Cretaceous of Texas. Journal of Paleontology, vol. 8 (1): 57-67. (types)

 

Alexander, C. I. & J. P. Smith. 1932. Foraminifera of the genera Flabellammina and Frankeina from the Cretaceous of Texas. Journal of Paleontology, vol. 6 (4): 299-311, 2 pl.

 

Archer, K. 1936. Some cephalopods from the Buda Limestone. University of Texas at Austin. Masters Thesis. 31 pp., 6 pl.

 

Baker, C. L. 1933. Disseminated galena in the Upper Cambrian of the Central Mineral Region, Texas. Econ. Geol. 28(2):163-170. (voucher specimens)

 

Baker, C. L. 1935. Sulphur in Texas. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Min. Res. Circ. 6: 4pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Baker, C. L. 1935. Metallic and non-metallic minerals and ores. In The Geology of Texas, Vol. II, Structural and economic geology. U. T. Bull. 3401: 402-482, 503-558, 568-573, 608-640. (voucher specimens)

 

Baker, C. L. 1935. Construction materials, stone and clay products, coal, lignite, and water supplies. In The Geology of Texas, Vol. II, Structural and economic geology. U. T. Bull. 3401: 223-402. (voucher specimens)

 

Baker, C. L. 1944. Possible mineral resources of Trans-Pecos Texas. Texas Acad. Sci., Proc. & Trans. 27: 204-207. (voucher specimens)

 

Ball, O. M. 1930. A partial revision of fossil forms of *Artocarpus*. Botanical Gazette 90: 312-325.

 

Ball, O. M. 1931. A contribution to the paleobotany of the Eocene of Texas. Agricultural & Mechanical College, Texas, Bulletin (4) 2 (5): 173 pp., 48 pl.

 

Ball, O. M. 1936. Fossil leaves of dicotyledonous flowering plants. (abst.) Science 84 (2188): 508. (voucher specimens)

 

Ball, O. M. 1937. A dicotyledonous florule from the Trinity Group of Texas. Journal of Geology, vol. 45 (5): 528-537.

 

Ball, O. M. 1939. A contribution to the paleobotany of the Eocene of Texas II. Agricultural and Mechanical College, Texas, Bulletin (4) 10 (3): 54 pp., 13 pl.

 

Barnes, V. E. 1936. Report on the Pavitte silver-copper prospect in Burnet County, Texas. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Min. Res. Survey Circ. 5: 3pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Barnes, V. E. 1936. Report on the Sheridan copper prospect in Burnet County, Texas. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Min. Res. Survey Circ. 9: 2 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Barnes, V. E. 1936. Report on the building stone deposits in Burnet County, Texas. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Min. Res. Survey Circ. 10: 5 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Barnes, V. E. 1936. Report on the asphalt deposits in Burnet County, Texas. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Min. Res. Survey Circ. 11: 4 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Barnes, V. E. 1939. Additional notes on barite. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Min. Res. Circ. 11: 4 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Barnes, V. E., G. A. Parkinson & R. F. Dawson. 1939. Preliminary report on gray granites from central Texas. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Min. Res. Circ. 12: 4 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Barnes, V. E. 1940. North American tektites. U. T. Publ. 3945: 477-582. (voucher specimens)

 

Barnes, V. E. 1940. Catalogue of Texas Meteorites. U. T. Publ. 3945: 583-608. (voucher specimens)

 

Barnes, V. E. 1940. The stony meteorite from Cuero, Texas. U. T. Publ. 3945: 613-622. (voucher specimen Cuero Meteorite)

 

Barnes, V. E. 1940. The stony meteorite from Kimble County, Texas. U. T. Publ. 3945: 623-632. (voucher specimens Kimble County Meteorite)

 

Barnes, V. E. 1940. The iron meteorite from Nordheim, Texas. U. T. Publ. 3945: 633-644. (voucher specimens Nordheim Meteorite)

 

Barnes, V. E. 1940. Pseudotachylyte in meteorites. U. T. Publ. 3945: 645-656. (voucher specimens)

 

Barnes, V. E., & G. A. Parkinson. 1940. Dreikanters from the basal Hickory sandstone of central Texas. U. T. Publ. 3945: 665-670. (voucher specimens)

 

Barnes, V. E. 1940. Serpentine and associated minerals of Gillespie and Blanco counties, Texas. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Min. Res. Circ. 14: 5 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Barnes, V. E. 1940. Pre-Cambrian of Llano region, with emphasis on tectonics and intrusives. Excursion 4. Geol. Soc. Amer. & Affiliated Societies. 53rd. Ann. Meet.: 44-55. (voucher specimens)

 

Barnes, V. E. 1940. Additional notes on graphite in Texas. U. T. Bur. Econ. Geol., Min. Res. Circ. 15: 9 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Barnes, V. E. 1940. Distribution and origin of textites. (abst.) Geol. Soc. Amer. Bull. 51(12)2: 1919-1920. (voucher specimens)

 

Barnes, V. E. 1941. Cretaceous overlap on the Llano uplift of central Texas. (abst) Geol. Soc. Amer. Bull. 52(12)2: 1994-1995. (voucher specimens)

 

Barnes, V. E., G. A. Parkinson & L. E. Warren. 1942. Scheelite in Llano County, Texas. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Min. Res. Circ. 20: 2 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Barnes, V. E. 1942. Gypsum in Gillespie County, Texas. U. T. Bur. Econ. Geol., Min. Res. Survey Circ. 54: 6 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Barnes, V. E. & R. W. Mathis. 1942. Soapstone of northeastern Gillespie County, Texas. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Min. Res. Survey Circ. 55: 10 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Barnes, V. E. & F. Romberg. 1943. Gravity and magnetic observations on Iron Mountain magnetic deposit, Llano County, Texas. Geophysics 8(1): 32-45. (voucher specimens)

 

Barnes, V. E. 1943. Analyses of dolomites and serpentines from Blanco and Gillespie counties, Texas. U. T. Bur. Econ. Geol., Min. Res. Circ. 25: 3 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Barnes, V. E. 1943. Preliminary reconnaissance report on fluorite in the Spring Creek area of Burnet County, Texas. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Min. Res. Circ. 27: 5 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Barnes, V. E. & R. F. Dawson. 1944. Mineral and Structural materials. In, Texas looks ahead. Vol. I, The Resources of Texas (U. T.): 225-233. (voucher specimens)

 

Barnes, V. E. & P. E. Cloud. 1945. Representative sections of the Ellenburger group in central Texas. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Min. Res. Circ. 34: 44 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Barnes, V. E. 1946. Gypsum in the Edwards limestone of central Texas. In, Texas mineral resources. U. T. Publ. 4301: 35-46. (voucher specimens)

 

Barnes, V. E. 1946. Soapstone and serpentine in the Central Mineral region of Texas. In, Texas mineral resources. U. T. Publ. 4301: 55-91. (voucher specimens)

 

Barnes, V. E. 1946. Feldspar in the Central Mineral region of Texas. In, Texas mineral resources. U. T. Publ. 4301: 93-104. (voucher specimens)

 

Barnes, V. E., P. E. Cloud, & L. E. Warren. 1946. The Devonian of central Texas. In, Texas mineral resources. U. T. Publ. 4301: 163-177. (voucher specimens)

 

Barnes, V. E., P. E. Cloud, & L. E. Warren. 1947. Devonian rocks of central Texas. Geol. Soc. Amer. Bull. 58(2): 125-140. (voucher specimens)

 

Barnes, V. E., R. F. Dawson & G. A. Parkinson. 1947. Building stones of central Texas. U. T. Publ. 4246: 198 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Barnes, V. E. 1948. Ouachita facies in central Texas. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Rept. Inv. 2: 12 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Barnes, V. E., S. SW. Goldich & F. Romberg. 1949. Iron ore in the Llano region, central Texas. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Rept. Inv. 5: 50 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Barnes, V. E., D. A. Shock & W. A. Cunningham. 1950. Utilization of Texas serpentine. U. T. Publ. 5020: 52 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Barton, D. C. 1937. Texas through 250,000,000 years: A story of oil and geology told by the geologic exhibits in Humble's Hall of Texas History. The Greater Texas and Pan-American Exposition, Dallas, Texas, 1937. 31 pp. (former exhibits)

 

Batten, R. L. 1958. Permian Gastropoda of the southwestern United States. 2. Pleurotomariacea: Portlockiellidae, Phymatopleuridae, and Eotomariidae. American Museum of Natural History, Bulletin 114 (2): 159-246, pl. 32-42.

 

Bell, B. M. 1982. Edrioasteroids. University of Kansas. Paleontological Contributions. Monograph 1: 297-306.

 

Bell, W. C. & H. L. Ellinwood. 1962. Upper Franconian and lower Trempealeauan Cambrian Trilobites and brachiopods, Wilberns Formation, central Texas. Journal of Paleontology, vol. 36 (3): 385-423. (types on loan to USNM)

 

Beede, J. W. 1907. Invertebrate paleontology of the Upper Permian Red Beds of Oklahoma and the Panhandle of Texas. Kansas University Science Bulletin, vol. 4 (3): 115-168, pl. 5-8.

 

Beede, J. W. & H. T. Kniker. 1924. Species of the genus *Schwagerina* and their stratigraphic significance. University of Texas Bulletin 2433: 5-96, 9 pl.

 

Beikirch, D. W. & R. M. Feldman, 1980. Decapod crustaceans from the Pflugerville Member, Austin Formation (Late Cretaceous: Campanian) of Texas. Jour. Paleontology 54 (2): 309-324, 11 tf. (types)

 

Bird, S. O. 1968. A pelecypod fauna from the Gaptank Formation (Pennsylvanian) West Texas. Bulletin of American Paleontology, vol. 54 (240): 111-185, pl. 11- 14. (hypotypes)

 

Böse, E. 1910. Monographia Geologica y Paleontologica del Cerro de Muleros. Bol. del Inst. Geol. de Mex., Num. 25.

 

Böse, E. 1916. Contributions to the knowledge of *Richthofenia* in the Permian of West Texas. University of Texas Bulletin 55: 3-55, 3 pl.

 

Böse, E. 1917. The Permo-Carboniferous ammonoids of the Glass Mountains, West Texas and their stratigraphic significance. University of Texas Bulletin 1762: 3-241, 11 pl.

 

Böse, E. 1919. On a new *Exogyra* from the Del Rio Clay and some observations on the evolution of *Exogyra* in the Texas Cretaceous. University of Texas Bulletin 1902: 3-22, 5 pl.

 

Böse, E. 1920. On a new ammonite fauna of the lower Turonian of Mexico. University of Texas Bulletin 1856: 179-257, pl. 12-20.

 

Böse, E. 1928. Cretaceous ammonites from Texas and northern Mexico. University of Texas Bulletin 2748: 143-357, 18 pl.

 

Böse, E. & O. A. Cavins. 1928. The Cretaceous and Tertiary of southern Texas and northern Mexico. University of Texas Bulletin 2748: 7-142.

 

Bowles, E. 1939. Eocene and Paleocene Turretellidae of the Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain of North America. Journal of Paleontology, vol. 13 (3): 267-336, pl. 31-34.

 

Boyer, P. S. 1969. *Macoma (Psammacoma) pulleyi*, a new clam from Louisiana. Veliger 12 (1): 40-42. (paratype)

 

Brand, J. P. 1953. Cretaceous of Llano Estacado of Texas. University of Texas Bureau of Economic Geology. Report Inv. 20: 59 pp., 5 pl.

 

Brand, J. P. & R. K. DeFord. 1958. Comanchean stratigraphy of Kent Quadrangle, Trans-Pecos, Texas. University of Texas Bureau of Economic Geology. Report Inv. 34: 371-386.

 

Branstrator, J. W. 1982. Asteroids. University of Kansas. Paleontological Contributions. Monograph 1: 316-321.

 

Breland, O. P. 1938. Notes on sunflower Callimomidae with description of a new *Zaglyptonotus*. Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 31 (2):202-206 (paratypes?)

 

Breland, O. P. 1939. New Mexican Callimomidae (Chalcidoidea). Bull. Brooklyn Ent. Soc. 34 (2): 81-91. (holotypes, paratypes)

 

Breland, O. P. 1939. Additional notes on sunflower insects. Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 32: 7l9-726. (voucher specimens)

 

Breland, O. P. 1948. A new species of *Torymus*, parasite of a sunflower gall maker (Hypenoptera, Torymidae). Proc. Ent. Soc. Washington 50 (3): 57-58.

 

Bridge, J., V. E. Barnes, & P. E. Cloud. 1947. Stratigraphy of the Upper Cambrian, Llano uplift, Texas. Geol. Soc. Amer. Bull. 58(1): 109-123. (voucher specimens)

 

Bridge, J. & C. H. Girty. 1937. A redescription of Ferdinand Römer's Paleozoic Types from Texas. U. S. Geological Survey. Professional Paper 186-M: 239-271, pl. 67-70.

 

Bridges, L. W. 1962. Geology of Mina Plomosas area, Chihuahua, Mexico. University of Texas at Austin. Ph.D. Dissertation. 241 pp., 11 tables, 34 fig., 3 pl. (unpublished).

 

Broadhead, T. W. 1975. Biostratigraphy and paleoecology of the Floyd Shale, upper Mississippian, northwest Georgia. University of Texas at Austin. M.S. Thesis (unpublished): 250 pp., pl. 2-16. (voucher specimens)

 

Broadhead, 1975+. @ (Miss-Penn. (Floyd) fauna.) J. Paleo.

 

Brower, J. C. & J. Veinus. 1982. Long-armed cladid inadunates. University of Kansas. Paleontological Contributions. Monograph 1: 129-144.

 

Bullard, F. M. & R. H. Cuyler. 1936. The Upper Pennsylvanian and Lower Permian section of the Colorado River valley, Texas. U. T. Bull. 3501: 191-258. (voucher specimens)

 

Bullard, F. M. 1939. The Rosebud meteorite, Milam County, Texas. Amer. Mineralogist 24(4):242-254. (voucher specimen on exhibit in Geology Dept.)

 

Bullard. F. M. 1940. The Bartlett meteorite, Bell County, Texas. Amer. Mineralogist 25(7): 497-500. (voucher specimen on exhibit in Geology Dept.)

 

Calahan, L. W. 1939. Fossil plates with explanations: diagnostic fossils of the Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas area. Shreveport Geological Society Guidebook, 14th Annual Field Trip: 36-56.

 

Carew, J. L. 1978. Faunal analysis of Permo-carboniferous shales, North- Central Texas. U. T. Dissertation. xii+ 237 pp., 12 pl. (voucher specimens)

 

Carew, J. L. 1980. A new Pennsylvanian pseudozygopleurid gastropod from Texas. Journ. Paleontol. 54: 1209-1212.

 

Carpenter, F. M. 1930. The lower Permian insects of Kansas. Part 1. Introduction and the order Mecoptera. Harvard, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Bulletin 70: 69-101, 5 pl. (Sellards types, Morris negatives)

 

Carpenter, F. M. 1930. The lower Permian insects of Kansas. Part 3. The Protohymenoptera. Psyche 37: 343-374, pl. 15-17. (Sellards types, Morris negatives)

 

Carpenter, F. M. 1931. The lower Permian insects of Kansas. Part 2. The Orders Paleodictyoptera, Protodonata, and Odonata. American Journal of Science, 5 (21): 97-139. (Sellards types, Morris negatives, plastotypes)

 

Carpenter, F. M. 1931. The lower Permian insects of Kansas. Part 4. The order Hemiptera, and additions to the Paleodictyoptera and Protohymenoptera. American Journal of Science, 5 (22): 113-130. (Sellards types, Morris negatives)

 

Carpenter, F. M. 1933. The lower Permian insects of Kansas. Part 6. Delopteridae, Protelytroptera, Plectoptera, and a new collection of Protodonata, Odonata, Megasecoptera, Homoptera and Psocoptera. American Academy of Arts & Science, Proceedings 68: 411-503. (Sellards types, Morris negatives, plastotypes)

 

Carsey, D. O. 1926. Foraminifera of the Cretaceous of Central Texas. University of Texas Bulletin 2612: 56 pp., 8 pl.

 

Carter, J. L. 1967. Mississippian brachiopods from the Chappel Limestone of central Texas. Bulletin of American Paleontology, vol. 53 (238): 253-488, pl. 13-45.

 

Caster, K. E. 1945. A new jellyfish (*Kirklandia texana* Caster) from the Lower Cretaceous of Texas. Palaeontographica Americana 3(18): 52 pp. (topotypes)

 

Chelf, C. R. 1940. Fossil starfish, *Austinaster mc-carteri*. Texas Memorial Museum, Inf. Circ. 20: 5 pp. (types)

 

Chelf, C. R. 1941. Peat bogs in Gonzales County, with notes on other peat bogs. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Min. Res. Survey Circ. 34: 14 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Chelf, C. R. 1941. Magnesite mining in Llano County, Texas. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Min. Res. Survey Circ. 40: 6 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Chelf, C. R. 1941. Poultry grit industry from granite. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Min Res. Survey Circ. 36: 1 p. (voucher specimens)

 

Chelf, C. R. 1941. The crushed quartz industry of Llano County. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Min. Res. Survey Circ. 37: 2 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Chelf, C. R. 1942. Bleaching clay deposits in Gonzales County, Texas. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Min. Res. Survey Circ. 43: 11 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Chelf, C. R. 1942. A new feldspar deposit in Llano County, Texas. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Min. Res. Survey Circ. 45: 5 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Chelf, C. R. 1943. Graphite in Llano County, Texas. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Min. Res. Survey Circ. 57: 10. (voucher specimens)

 

Chelf, C. R. 1946. Fossil cycads in Texas, with a description of a new specimen. Texas Archeol. Paleontol. Soc. Bull. 17: 84-90. (voucher specimens)

 

Clark, D. L. 1958. *Anisoceras* and *Ancycloceras* from the Texas Cretaceous. Journal of Paleontology, vol. 32 (6): 1076-1081.

 

Clark, D. L. 1963. The heteromorph *Phlycticrioceras* in the Texas Cretaceous. Journal of Paleontology, vol. 37 (2): 429-432, pl. 52.

 

Clark, D. L. 1965. Heteromorph ammonoids from the Albian and Cenomanian of Texas and adjacent areas. Geological Society of America, Memoir 95: 99 pp., 24 pl.

 

Clark, D. L. & L. C. Mosher. 1966. Stratigraphic, geographic, and evolutionary development of the conodont genus *Gondolella*. Journal of Paleontology, vol. 40 (2): 376-394.

 

Clark, W. B. 1893. The Mesozoic Echinodermata of the United States. U. S. Geological Survey. Bulletin no. 97: 208 pp.

 

Clark, W. B. & M. W. Twitchell. 1915. The Mesozoic and Cenozoic Echinodermata of the United States. U. S. Geological Survey, Monograph 54: 341 pp.

 

Clements, F. E., 1924. Investigations on the Red River made in connection with the Oklahoma-Texas Boundary Suit. By E. H. Sellards, B. C. Tharp and R. T. Hill. (Review). Science 60 (1541): 43-45.

 

Cloud, P. E. & A. R. Palmer. 1959. Paleontologic data and age evaluation for individual wells, Pre-Simpson Paleozoic rocks. University of Texas Publication 5924: 73-85, pl. 34-35.

 

Cobban, 1973 @ (J. Res. U.S.G.S. 1 (6))

 

Collignon, M. 1948. Ammonites Neocretacees du Menabe (Madegascar). I. Les Texanitidae (parts 1 & 2). Ann. Geol. du Service des Mines. Gouvernement General de Madegascar et Dependances, Paris (Imprimerie Nationale), fasc. 13 & 14: 120 pp., 32 pl., 11 fig., 2 charts.

 

Conkin, J. E. 1954. *Hyperammina kentuckyensis* n. sp. from the Mississippian of Kentucky, and a discussion of *Hyperammina* and *Hyperamminoides*. Cushman Foundation Foram. Res., Contr. 5 (4): 165-169.

 

Conkin, J. E. & B. M. Conkin. 1957. *Haplophragmoides coahuilaensis*, a new species from the lower Cretaceous of Mexico. Micropaleontology, vol. 3 (1): 65-66.

 

Conkin, J. E. & B. M. Conkin, 1958. Revision of the genus *Nummoloculina* and emendation of *Nummoloculina heimi* Bonet. Micropaleontology, vol. 4 (2): 149- 158.

 

Conrad. 1857. @ *Ammonites leonensis* Conrad = *Pervinquieria leonensis* (Conrad) BEG 34405 (=WSA 3739). U. S. Mexican Boundary Survey, vol. 1, p. 160, pl. 16, fig. 2a, 2b.

 

Cooke, C. W. 1946. Comanche echinoids. Journal of Paleontology, vol. 20 (3): 193-237, pl. 31-34.

 

Cooke, C. W. 1955. Some Cretaceous echinoids from the Americas. U. S. Geological Survey. Professional Paper 264-E: 87-112, pl. 18-29, fig. 4.

 

Cooper, G. A. & R. E. Grant, 1962. *Torynechus*, new name for Permian brachiopod *Uncinuloides* King. Journal of Paleontology, vol. 36 (5): 1128- 1129.

 

Cowan, W. M. 1942. Clays in Wilson County, Texas. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Min. Res. Survey Circ. 51: 8 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Cragin, W. B. 1893. A contribution to the invertebrate paleontology of the Texas Cretaceous. Geological Survey of Texas. Fourth Annual Report: 141-294, pl. 24-46.

 

Cragin, W. F. 1894. The Choctaw and Grayson terraines of the Arietina (Texas). Colorado College Studies. Annual Publication 5: 40-48.

 

Cragin, W. F. 1894. Descriptions of invertebrate fossils from the Comanche Series in Texas, Kansas and Indian Territory. Colorado College Studies. Annual Publication 5: 49-68.

 

Cragin, F. W. 1900. *Buchiceras (Sphenodiscus) belviderensis* and its varieties (Cretaceous, Kansas and Texas). Colorado College Studies 8: 27-31.

 

Cragin, F. W. 1905. Paleontology of the Malone Jurassic Formation of Texas. U. S. Geological Survey, Bulletin no. 266: 172 pp., il.

 

Crow, Davis. 1939. Report on the mineral resources of Leon County, Texas. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Min. Res. Survey Circ. 23: 6 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Cummins, W. F. 1891. Report of the Geology of northwestern Texas. Geological Survey of Texas. Second Annual Report: 359-552.

 

Cunningham, W. A. 1935. The potassium sulfate mineral polyhalite in Texas. In, Geology of Texas, Vol. II, Structural and economic geology. U. T. Bull. 3401: 833-867. (voucher specimens)

 

Davies, L. M. 1939. An early *Dictyoconus*, and the Genus *Orbitolina*: Their contemporaneity, structural distinction, and respective natural allies. Royal Society of Edinburgh, Transactions 59 (3) 29: 773-790, 2 pl.

 

Decker, C. E. 1945. The Wilberns Upper Cambrian graptolites from Mason, Texas. U. T. Publ. 4401: 13-61. (voucher specimens)

 

Disney, R. H. L. 1980. *Apocephalus wallerae*, new species (Diptera: Phoridae) that parasitizes *Atta texana* (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in Texas, USA. Zeitschrift fu"r angewandte Zoologie 67 (1): 47-50. (paratypes)

 

Disney, R. H. L. 1982. Three new species of scuttle-fly (Diptera: Phoridae) that parasitize ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in North America. J. Zool. 197: 473-81. (types)

 

Dunbar, C. O. & G. E. Condra. 1927. The Fusilinidae of the Pennsylvanian System in Nebraska. Nebraska Geol. Surv., Bull. 2 (2): 98-99.

 

Dunbar, C. O. 1932. Fusulinids of the Big Lake Oil Field, Reagan County, Texas. University of Texas Bulletin 3201: 69-74.

 

Durden, C. J. 1965. An interpretation of halysitid morphology. (abstr.) Geol. Soc. America., Program 1965 (Kansas City) Ann. Meet.: 48.

 

Durden, C. J. 1969. Gnathostomulida: Is there a fossil record? Science 164: 855. (voucher specimen)

 

Durden, C. J. 1954. Butterfly collecting around Ottawa. *Ursa Minor* (Macoun Field Club Publication, National Museum of Canada) (voucher specimens)

 

Durden, C. J. 1960. The habitat of *Boloria titania* in Ontario. Jour. Lepidopterists' Society 14: 230. (voucher specimens)

 

Durden, C. J. 1960. [Records of butterflies collected in Ontario]. In E. G. Voss, Season's Summary for 1959, Central Zone. News of the Lepidopterists' Soc. No. 3 for 1960: 9. (voucher specimens)

 

Durden, C. J. 1961. [Records of butterflies collected in North Spirit Lake Area, Ontario]. In E. G. Voss, Season's Summary for 1960, Central Region. News of the Lepidopterists' Soc. No. 4 for 1961: 9. (voucher specimens)

 

Durden, C. J. 1962. [Records of butterflies collected in the James Bay Lowland, Quebec]. In L. P. Grey, Season's Summary for 1961, Northeast Region. News of the Lepidopterists' Soc. No. 3 for 1962: 14. (voucher specimens)

 

Durden, C. J., & D. J. Dunlop. 1963. Checklist of the butterflies of Algonquin Park. Ontario Dept. of Lands & Forests: 8 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Durden, C. J. 1963. Geologic samples Y-1164 from Birthday River, and Y-1165 from Seven Mile Island, Quebec. In M. Stuiver, E. Deevey, & I. Rouse. Radiocarbon 5: 312-313. (insect & arachnid specimens)

 

Durden, C. J. 1965. *Speyeria callippe* and *Artemisia*, a possible foodplant. Jour. Lepidopterists' Soc. 19: 186-187. (voucher specimens)

 

Durden, C. J. 1966. Oligocene lake deposits in central Colorado and a new fossil insect locality. Jour. Paleontology 40: 215-219. (subsequent collections)

 

Durden, C. J. 1967. Faunal affinities of Acadian Upper Carboniferous insects. (abstr.) Geol. Assoc. Canada, Tech. Progr., Abst. of Papers, 1967 (Kingston) International Meeting: 25-26. (plastotypes)

 

Durden, C. J. 1968. [Records of butterflies collected in the Beartooth Mountains, Mont.]. In E. J. Newcomer, North American Annual Summary for 1967, Pacific Northwest Region. News of the Lepidopterists' Soc. No. 3 for 1968: 9. (voucher specimens)

 

Durden, C. J. 1969. Pennsylvanian correlation using blattoid insects. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 6 (5): 1159-1177. (hypotypes & plastotypes)

 

Durden, C. J. 1969. [Records of butterflies collected in central Texas]. In H. A. Freeman. Season's Summary for 1968, Great Plains Region. News of the Lepidopterists' Soc. No. 3 for 1969: 12. (voucher specimens)

 

Durden, C. J. 1970. A simple notation for the naming of segments of complex dendroids in insect wing venation. Jour. New York Entomological Soc. 77: 204- 207, fig. (plastotype)

 

Durden, C. J. 1970. [Records of butterflies collected in Montana]. In E. J. Newcomer, Season's Summary for 1969, Pacific Northwest Region. News of the Lepidopterists' Soc. 15 April 1970: 8. (voucher specimens)

 

Durden, C. J. 1970. [Records of butterflies collected in Wyoming and New Mexico]. D. Eff, Season's Summary for 1969, Rocky Mountains Area. News of the Lepidopterists' Soc. 15 April 1970: 9, 11. (voucher specimens)

 

Durden, C. J. 1970. [Records of butterflies collected Texas]. H. A. Freeman, Season's Summary for 1969, Great Plains Region. News of the Lepidopterists' Soc. 15 April 1970: 11, 12. (voucher specimens)

 

Durden, C. J. 1971. Old Snakeflies. Texas Memorial Museum, The Mustang 13 (2): 1-3, fig. (hypotype)

 

Durden, C. J. 1971. Florissant fossils. Coleopterists' Newsletter No. 5 for 1971: 1. (voucher specimens)

 

Durden, C. J. 1971. [Records of butterflies collected in Tamaulipas]. E. C. Welling M., Season's Summary for 1970, Northern Neotropics Region. News of the Lepidopterists' Soc. 1 March 1971: 8. (voucher specimens)

 

Durden, C. J. 1972. Comments on: Field Notes- Balcones Escarpment. Coleopterists' Newsletter No. 6 for 1972: 6. (voucher specimens)

 

Durden, C. J. 1972. [Records of butterflies collected in Montana]. In E. J. Newcomer, Season's Summary for 1971, Pacific Northwest. News of the Lepidopterists' Soc. 15 March 1972: 3. (voucher specimens)

 

Durden, C. J. 1972. [Records of butterflies collected in Colorado, Wyoming and New Mexico]. In J. D. Eff, Season's Summary for 1971, Rocky Mountains Area. News of the Lepidopterists' Soc. 15 March 1972: 4, 5, 6. (voucher specimens)

 

Durden, C. J. 1972. [Records of butterflies collected in Texas]. In H. A. Freeman, Season's Summary for 1971, Plains Area. News of the Lepidopterists' Soc. 15 March 1972: 6, 7. (voucher specimens)

 

Durden, C. J. 1972. [Records of butterflies collected in Tamaulipas]. In E. C. Welling M., Season's Summary for 1971, The Northern Neotropics. News of the Lepidopterists' Soc. 15 March 1972: 15. (voucher specimens)

 

Durden, C. J. 1972. Systematics and Morphology of Acadian Pennsylvanian Blattoid Insects (Dictyoptera, Palaeoblattina): A Contribution to the Classification and Phylogeny of Palaeozoic Insects. Yale University. Dissertation. (University Microfilms, 31 August 1972). 408 pp., 150 ff., 18 pl., 3 maps, 3 tab., 8 charts. (plastotypes)

 

Durden, C. J. 1972. Age of the Dunkard: Evidence of the insect fauna. The Age of the Dunkard. I. C. White Memorial Symposium, Abstracts and Reference Papers. West Virginia Geological Survey: 33-34. (voucher specimens)

 

Durden, C. J. 1974. Biomerization: An Ecologic Theory of Provincial Differentiation. In C. A. Ross (ed.), Paleogeographic Provinces and Provinciality. Soc. Econ. Paleont. & Mineral., Spec. Publ. 21: 18-53, 39 fig. (voucher specimens)

 

Durden, C. J. 1975. Age of the Dunkard: evidence of the insect fauna. West Virginia Geological and Economic Survey. Proceedings of the first I. C. White Memorial Symposium: 295. (voucher specimens)

 

Durden, C. J. & H. Rose. 1978. Butterflies from the Middle Eocene: The Earliest Occurrence of Fossil Papilionoidea (Lepidoptera). Texas Memorial Museum, Pearce-Sellards Series 29: 1-25, 7 fig. (types, Durden negatives)

 

Durden, C. J. 1978. A Dasyleptid from the Permian of Kansas, *Lepidodasypus sharovi* n. gen., n. sp. (Insecta: Thysanura: Monura). Texas Memorial Museum, Pearce-Sellards Series 30: 1-9, 3 fig. (plastotype, Durden negatives)

 

Durden, C.J. 1978. Fossil cockroaches from a 1554 Spanish shipwreck. *In* Arnold, J. B. & R. Weddle. The Nautical Archaeology of Padre Island. Academic Press (New York): 407-416. (hypotypes on loan from TARL, plastotype)

 

Durden, C. J. 1979. Butterflies of the Solitario - Fresno Creek - Bofecillos Mountains Region, Western Big Bend (Presidio and Brewster Counties), Texas. In D. Kennard (ed.), The Solitario, A Natural Area Survey (1976) 9: 125-131; Fresno Canyon, A Natural Area Survey (1976) 10: 111-117; Bofecillos Mountains, A Natural Area Survey (1976) 11: 141-147. (voucher specimens)

 

Durden, C. J. 1979. Moss, sedge and forest bogs of Texas. Texas Natural Areas Survey. (file report) 36 pp., map. (voucher specimens)

 

Durden, C. J. 1982. The butterfly fauna of Barton Creek Canyon on the Balcones Fault Zone, Austin, Texas, and a regional list. Jour. Lepidopterists' Soc. 36:1-17. (voucher specimens)

 

Durden, C. J. 1984. Age zonation of the early Pennsylvanian using fossil insects. Oklahoma Geological Survey Bulletin 136: 175-191, 1 fig., 4 pl. (hypotypes, plastotypes)

 

Durden, C. J. 1984. Carboniferous and Permian entomology of western North America. IX Congres International de Stratigraphie et de Geologie du Carbonifere. Compte Rendu, vol. 2: 81-89. (voucher specimens)

 

Durden, C. J. 1984. North American provincial insect ages for the continental last half of the Carboniferous and first half of the Permian. IX Congres International de Stratigraphie et de Geologie du Carbonifere. Compte Rendu, vol. 2: 606-612. (voucher specimens)

 

Durden, C. J. 1990. Guide to butterflies of Austin. Texola 6:1-109. (voucher specimens)

 

Easton, W. H. 1960, Permian corals from Nevada and California. Journal of Paleontology, v. 34(3): 570-583

 

Eckel, E. B. 1935. Progress report on the study of the iron ore deposits of northeast Texas. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Min. Res. Circ. 8: 3 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Eckel, E. B. & P. E. M. Purcell. 1935. The iron ores of east Texas. In, The geology of Texas, Vol. II. Structural and economic geology. U. T. Bull. 3401: 482-503. (voucher specimens)

 

Eifler, G. K. 1996. Bivalves and gastropods from the Middle Campanian Anacacho Limestone, South Central Texas. Journal of Paleontology, v. 70(2): 247-271.

 

Elder, W. P. 1950. Geology of the Barilla Mountains, Texas. University of Texas Bureau of Economic Geology, Report Inv. 8: 339-353.

 

Ellison, S. P. 1950. Subsurface Woodford black shale, west Texas and southeast New Mexico. University of Texas Bureau of Economic Geology, Report Inv. 7: 21 pp., 3 pl., 6 fig.

 

Ellison, S. P. & W. T. Wynn. 1950. Devonian microfossils, Andrews County, Texas. American Journal of Science, vol. 248 (11): 794-799.

 

Ellisor, A. C. 1918. Species of *Turritella* from the Buda and Georgetown Limestones of Texas. University of Texas Bulletin 1840: 26 pp., 4 pl.

 

Emmel, T. C. & G. T. Austin. 1990. The tropical rain forest butterfly fauna of Rondonia, Brazil: Species diversity and conservation. Tropical Lepidoptera 1(1): 1-12. (voucher specimens)

 

Evans, G. L. 1936. Report on stream terraces with special reference to sand and gravel deposits as part of a mineral resource survey in Clay County, Texas. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Min. Res. Survey Circ. 13: 7 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Evans, G. L. 1939. Report on the gravel resources of Henderson County, Texas. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Min. Res. Survey Circ. 24: 2 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Evans, G. L. 1941. Final report covering the period from March 4, 1939 to September 30, 1941, for the State-wide paleontologic-mineralogic survey in Texas. Part 1. Report on field units. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol. and WPA project: 38 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Evans, G. L. 1941. Report on the mineral resources of Baylor County, Texas. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Min. Res. Survey Circ. 31: 14 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Evans, G. L. 1942. Strontium minerals in Texas. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Min. Res. Survey Circ. 46: 26 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Evans, G. L. 1942. Filtering clays in Briscoe and Swisher counties, Texas. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Min. Res. Circ. 19: 4 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Evans, G. L. 1943. Progress report on copper investigations. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Min. Res. Circ. 24: 6 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Evans, G. L. 1943. Fluorspar deposits in the Eagle Mountains of Hudspeth County, Texas. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Min. Res. Circ. 26: 12 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Evans, G. L. 1944. Abrasives. In, Texas looks ahead, Vol. 1. The Resources of Texas (U. T.): 219-224. (voucher specimens)

 

Evans, G. L. 1944. Activated carbon from Texas lignite. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Min. Res. Circ. 30: 2 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Evans, G. L. 1944. Diatomite in the High Plains region of Texas. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Min. Res. Circ. 32: 5 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Evans, G. L. & G. E. Meade. 1945. Quaternary of the Texas High Plains. U. T. Publ. 4401: 485-507. (voucher specimens)

 

Evans, G. L. 1946. The Rustler Springs sulphur deposits as a source of fertilizer. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Rept. Inv. 1: 13 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Evans, G. L. 1946. Barite deposits in Texas. U. T. Publ. 4301: 105-111. (voucher specimens)

 

Evans, G. L. 1946. Celestite deposits in Texas. U. T. Publ. 4301: 113-131. (voucher specimens)

 

Evans, G. L. 1946. Fluorspar in Trans-Pecos Texas. U. T. Publ. 4301: 227-238. (voucher specimens)

 

Evans, G. L. 1946. Diatomite in the High Plains region of Texas. U. T. Publ. 4301: 239-243. (voucher specimens)

 

Evans, G. L. 1946. Mineral abrasive and polishing materials in Texas. U. T. Publ. 4301: 245-248. (voucher specimens)

 

Fenton, C. L. & M. A. Fenton. 1937. *Olivellites*, a Pennsylvanian snail burrow. American Midland Naturalist, vol. 18 (3): 452-453.

 

Finks, R. M. 1960. Late Paleozoic sponge faunas of the Texas region: the siliceous sponges. American Museum of Natural History, Bulletin 120 (1): 160 pp., 50 pl.

 

Fisher, W. L., P. U. Rodda & J. W. Dietrich. 1964. Evolution of *Athleta petrosa* stock (Eocene, Gastropoda) of Texas. University of Texas Publication 6413: 117 pp., 11 pl.

 

Flawn, (Ouachita belt paper)@ (voucher specimens)

 

Flower, R. H. 1954. Cambrian Cephalopods. New Mexico Bureau of Mines & Min. Res., Bulletin 40: 48 pp., 3 pl.

 

Flower, R. H. 1964. The nautiloid order Ellesmeroceratida (Cephalopoda). New Mexico Bureau of Mines & Min. Res., Mem. 12: 234 pp., 31 pl.

 

Fouts, F. F. & J. J. King. 1940. The Kendleton, Texas, meteorite fall of May 2, 1939. U. T. Publ. 3945: 657-664. (voucher specimen Kendleton Meteorite)

 

Frizzell, D. L. 1954. Handbook of Cretaceous Foraminifera of Texas. University of Texas Bureau of Economic Geology. Report Inv. 22: 232 pp., 21 pl.

 

Gabb, W. M. 1859. Catalog of the invertebrate fossils of the Cretaceous formation of the United States with references. Issued with the Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia: 19 pp.

 

Gabb, W. M. 1860. Descriptions of new species of American Tertiary and Cretaceous Fossils. Journal of the Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, vol. 4: 375-406, 3 pl.

 

Gabb, W. M. 1861. Description of new species of Cretaceous fossils from New Jersey, Alabama and Mississippi. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia: 318-330.

 

Gabb, W. M. 1864. Description of Cretaceous fossils. Geological Survey of California. Paleontology, vol. 1, part 4: 57-243, 14 pls.

 

Garrett, M. M., A. M. Lloyd & G. E. Laskey. 1930. Geologic map of Baylor County Texas. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Map. 1:48,000. (voucher specimens)

 

Gertman, R. L. 1969. Cenozoic Typhinae (Mollusca: Gastropoda) of the Western Atlantic Region. Tulane Studies Geol. Paleontol. 7 (4): 143-191, 2 fig., 8 pl. (type)

 

Goldich, S. S. & M. A. Elms. 1949. Stratigraphy and Petrology of Buck Hill quadrangle, Texas. University of Texas Bureau of Economic Geology. Report Inv. 6: 1133-1182.

 

Gordon, M. 1960. Some American midcontinent Carboniferous cephalopods. Journal of Paleontology, vol. 34 (1): 133-151.

 

Gordon, M. 1964. Carboniferous cephalopods of Arkansas. U. S. Geological Survey. Professional Paper 460: 322 pp., 30 pl.

 

Grabau, A. W. & H. W. Shimer. 1945-. *Mortoniceras texanum* @ North American Index Fossils.

 

Grant, R. E., F. J. Collier & M. E. Taylor. 1973. Bell-Barnes Trilobite Collection moves to Smithsonian. Journ. Paleontol. 47(4): 814. (types)

 

Graves, R. W. 1952. Devonian conodonts from the Caballos Novaculite. Journal of Paleontology, vol. 26 (4): 610-612.

 

Graves, R. W. 1954. Geology of Hood Spring Quadrangle, Brewster County, Texas. University of Texas Bureau of Economic Geology. Report Inv. 21: 51 pp., 8 pl.

 

Groves, J. 1925. Fossil Charophyte fruits from Texas. American Journal of Science (series 5) 10: 12-14, 3 fig.

 

Handlirsch, A. 1919. Revision der Paleozoischen Insekten. Denks. Akad. Wissen., Wien, Math.-natur. Kl. 96: 511-592. (types)

 

Handlirsch, A. 1919. Palaeontologie. *In* Schroeder, C. Handbuch der Entomologie. Jena (G. Fischer) 3 (7): 117-306. (types, hypotypes)

 

Handlirsch, A. 1920. Zur kenntnis der palaeozoischen Blattarien. Sber. Akad. Wissen., Wien (1) 129 (9): 22 pp. (types)

 

Harris, G. D. 1893. Preliminary report on the organic remains obtained from the Deep Well at Galveston, together with conclusions respecting the age of the various formations penetrated. Geological Survey of Texas. Fourth Annual Report: 115-119, chart.

 

Harris, G. D. 1893. Conrad's fossil shells of the Tertiary formations of North America, 1832-1835. 121 pp., 21 pl.

 

Harris, G. D. 1894. (unpublished). @ (no title). Geological Survey of Texas. Fifth Annual Report: 32 pl. (unpublished).

 

Harris, G. D. 1895. Claiborne fossils. Bulletin of American Paleontology vol. 1 (1): 53 pp.

 

Harris, G. D. 1895. New and otherwise interesting Tertiary Mollusca from Texas. Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, Proceedings, 1895: 45-88.

 

Harris, G. D. 1895. Neogene Mollusca of Texas. Bulletin of American Paleontology, vol. 1 (3): 3-32, pl. 1-4.

 

Harris, G. D. 1895. Historical Geology, Tertiary. *In* Dana, J. D. Manual of Geology (New Haven): 896-901.

 

Harris, G. D. 1896. The Midway Stage. Bulletin of American Paleontology, vol. 1 (4): 1-157.

 

Harris, G. D. 1896. New and interesting Eocene Mollusca from the Gulf States. Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, Proceedings: 470-480.

 

Harris, G. D. 1897. The Lignitic Stage. Part I. Bulletin of American Paleontology, vol. 2 (9): 102 pp.

 

Harris, G. D. 1899. The Lignitic Stage. Part II. Scaphopoda, Gastropoda, Pteropoda, and Cephalopoda. Bulletin of American Paleontology, vol. 3 (11): 129 pp.

 

Harris, G. D. 1919. Pelecypods of the St. Maurice and Claiborne Stages. Bulletins of American Paleontology, vol. 6 (31): 268 pp.

 

Harris, G. D. 1937. Turrid illustrations, mainly Claibornian. Paleontographica Americana, vol. 2 (7): 122 pp., 14 pl.

 

Harris, G. D. 1941. Report on the geology of Lee County, Texas. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Min. Res. Survey Circ. 33: 30 pp. (voucher specimens)

 

Heaslip, W. G. 1968. Cenozoic evolution. Paleontographica Americana, vol. 6 (39): 104-106.

 

Hessler, R. R. 1963. Lower Mississippian trilobites of the family Proetidae in the United States. Jour. Paleontol. 37(3): 543-563, pl. 59-62. ((types on loan to USNM)

 

Heuer, E. 1958. Comments on the nomenclature revision of the Strawn and Canyon megafossil plates. North Texas Geological Society. Guide, October 1958: 36-47.

 

Hill, R. T. 1887. The topography and geology of the Cross Timbers and surrounding regions in northern Texas. American Journal of Science, vol. 133: 291-303.

 

Hill, R. T. 1887. The Texas section of the American Cretaceous. American Journal of Science, vol. 134: 287-309.

 

Hill, R. T. 1889. Cretaceous formations of Texas. University of Texas. School of Geology. Part I: 10 pp.

 

Hill, R. T., 1889. Check list of the invertebrate fossils from the Cretaceous formations of Texas. University of Texas. School of Geology: 16 pp.

 

Hill, R. T. 1889. A preliminary annotated check list of the Cretaceous invertebrate fossils of Texas. Geological Survey of Texas. Bulletin no. 4: 57 pp.

 

Hill, R. T. 1893. Paleontology of the Cretaceous formations of Texas. The invertebrate paleontology of the Trinity Division. Biological Society of Washington. Proceedings no. 8: 9-40, pl. 1-8.

 

Hill, R. T. 1893. The paleontology of the Cretaceous formations of Texas. The invertebrate fossils of the Caprina Limestone Beds. Biological Society of Washington. Proceedings no. 8: 97-108, pl. 12, 13.

 

Hill, R. T. & T. W. Vaughan. 1898. The Lower Cretaceous *Grypheas* of the Texas region. U. S. Geological Survey, Bulletin 151: 139 pp.

 

Hill, R. T. 1901. Geography and Geology of the Black and Grand Prairies, Texas, with detailed description of the Cretaceous formations and special reference to artesian waters. U. S. Geological Survey. 21st. Annual Report. Part VII. Texas: 666 pp., 71 pl., 80 f.

 

Hoeman, E. C. & R. C. Redfield. 1946. Industrial sand from the Eocene Rockdale formation in Texas. U. T. Publ. 4301: 283-300. (voucher specimens)

 

Hubbard, W. E. & R. W. Fischer. 1937. Geologic map of King County, Texas. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Map. 1:48,000 (voucher specimens)

 

Hudnall, J. S. & G. W. Pirtle. 1937. Geologic map of Coleman County, Texas. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Map 1:48,000 (voucher specimens)

 

Humphrey, W. E. 1949. Geology of the Sierra de los Muertos area, Mexico (with descriptions of Aptian cephalopods from the La Pena Formation). Geological Society of America Bulletin 60 (1): 87-176.

 

Hurlbut, E. M. 1946. Limestone on Damon Mound, Brazoria County, Texas. U. T. Publ. 4301: 265-269. (voucher specimens)

 

Hyatt, A. 1891. Carboniferous cephalopods. *In* Dumble, E. T., Geological Survey of Texas. Second Annual Report: 256-329, figs. 23-59.

 

Hyatt, A. 1893. Carboniferous Cephalopods. *In* Dumble, E. T., Geological Survey of Texas. Fourth Annual Report: 391-474.

 

Ikins, W. C. 1940. Some echinoids from the Cretaceous of Texas. Bulletin of American Paleontology, vol. 25 (90): 40 pp.

 

Ikins, W. C. & S. E. Clabaugh. 1940. Some fossils from the Edwards Formation of Texas. Bulletin of American Paleontology, vol. 26 (96): 22 pp.

 

Jenke, A. L. 1948. Bleaching clays. In, Geological resources of the Trinity River tributary area in Oklahoma and Texas. U. T. Publ. 4824: 76-81.

 

Jenke, A. L. 1948. Drilling clays. In, Geological resources of the Trinity River tributary area in Oklahoma and Texas. U. T. Publ. 4824: 89-92.

 

Jenke, A. L. 1948. Phosphate rock. In, Geological resources of the Trinity River tributary area in Oklahoma and Texas. U. T. Publ. 4824: 120-124.

 

Johnson, J. 1937. Report on fuller's earth and bentonite in Angelina and Cherokee counties. U. T., Bur. Econ. Geol., Min. Res. Survey Circ. 17, 3 pp.

 

Katz, S. G. & J. Sprinkle. 1977. Morrowan (Lower Pennsylvanian) *Pentremites* in Oklahoma and Arkansas. *In* Sutherland, P. K. & W. L. Manger. Upper Chesterian-Morrowan stratigraphy and the Mississippian-Pennsylvanian boundary in northeastern Oklahoma and northwestern Arkansas. Oklahoma Geological Survey. Guidebook 18: 161-167, 1 pl. (voucher specimens)

 

Katz, S. G. 1978. Revision of the Morrowan (Lower Pennsylvanian) *Pentremites* from Oklahoma and Arkansas. Journal of Paleontology, vol. 52 (3): 675-682, 1 pl. (hypotypes)

 

Kellough, G. R. 1965. Paleoecology of the Foraminiferida of the Wills Point Formation (Midway Group) in northeast Texas. Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies 15: 73-153, 15 pl.

 

Kemp, A. H. 1957. Color retention in *Stenopoceras*, *Euomphalus* and *Naticopsis* from the lower Permian of north central Texas. Journal of Paleontology, vol. 31 (5): 974-976.

 

Kemp, A. H. 1957. The siphuncles of some coiled nautiloids from the lower Permian of Baylor County, north-central Texas. Journal of Paleontology, vol. 31 (3): 591-594.

 

Kemp, A. H. 1962. The stratigraphic and geographic distribution of cephalopod genera in the Lower Permian of Baylor County, North Central Texas. Journal of Paleontology, vol. 36 (5): 1124-1127.

 

Kennedy, J. & J. Hancock. 1973+. @ Cretaceous ammonites.

 

Kennedy, W. J., C. W. Wright, & J. M. Hancock. 1987. Basal Turonian ammonites from west Texas. Palaeontology 30: 27-74. (not yet seen)

 

Kennedy, W. J. 1988. Late Cenomanian and Turonian ammonite faunas from northeast and central Texas. Palaeontological Association, Special Papers in Paleontology, 39: 131 pp. (not yet seen)

 

Kennedy, W. J. & W. A. Cobban. 1988. Mid-Turonian ammonite faunas from northern Mexico. Geological Magazine 125: 593-612. (types)

 

Kennedy, W. J. & W. A. Cobban. 1989. *Acompsoceras inconstans* zone, a lower Cenomanian marker horizon in Trans-Pecos Texas. Neues Jahrbuch fu\"r Geologie und Palaontologie 178: 133-145. (not yet seen)

 

Kennedy, W. J., J. M. Hancock, & S. C. Hook. 1989. Biostratigraphy of the Chispa Summit Formation at its type locality: a Cenomanian through Turonian reference section for Trans-Pecos Texas. Bulletin of the Geological Institution, Uppsala University (n.s.) 15: 39-119. (not yet seen)

 

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Mallet, J. W. 1884. Amer. Jour. Science (3)28: 285-288. (voucher specimen Wichita Meteorite)

 

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Melander, A. L. 1901. Gynandromorphism in a new species of *Hilaria*. Psyche 9: 213-215. (types?)

 

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Melander, A. L. 1902. A new silphid beetle from a simple insect trap. Psyche 9 (312): 328-9. (type?)

 

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Melander, A. L. 1902. The nesting habits of *Anthidium*. Biol. Bull. 3 (1/2): 27-32, f. 1-3. (voucher specimens?)

 

Melander, A. L. & C. T. Brues, 1902. New species of *Gasteruption*, *Trigonalys*, *Parnopes* and *Psammophila*. Biol. Bull. 3 (1/2): 33-42, f. 1- 7.

 

Melander, A. L. 1903. A life of one night. The story of the mayfly. Home Ed. 1 (9): 23-24, 1 f. (voucher specimens?)

 

Melander, A. L. 1903. An interesting new *Chrysotus*. Entom. News. 14 (3): 72- 75, 1 f. (types?)

 

Melander, A. L. 1903. Synopsis of the North American species of *Ammophila*. Psyche 10 (324): 156-164. (voucher specimens?)

 

Melander, A. L. 1903. Notes on North American Mutillidae, with descriptions of new species. Trans. Amer. Ent. Soc. 29 (4): 291-330, pl. 4. (types?)

 

Melander, A. L. 1903. A review of the North American species of *Nemotelus*. Psyche 10 (325/326): 171-183, pl. 4. (voucher specimens?)

 

Melander, A. L. 1903. Notes on the structure and development of *Embia texana*. Biol. Bull. 3 (3): 99-118, f. 1-6. (voucher specimens?)

 

Melander, A. L. & C. T. Brues, 1903. Guests and parasites of the burrowing bee *Halictus*. Biol. Bull. 5 (1): 1-27, f. 1-7. (voucher specimens?)

 

Melander, A. L. 1903. The ant-eater of the Southwest. Home Ed. 1: 25-27. (voucher specimens?)

 

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Merrill, G. P. 1918. U. S. Nat. Museum, Proc. 54: 557-561. (voucher specimen Cedar Meteorite)

 

Merrill, G. P. 1921. Proc. U. S. Nat. Museum 59: 477-478. (voucher specimen Troup Meteorite)

 

Merrill, G. P. 1922. Amer. Jour. Science (5)3: 335-337. (voucher specimen Odessa Meteorite).

 

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Monnig, O. E. 1939. The Sky 3(10): 6-7, 24-26. (voucher specimen Kendleton Meteorite

 

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Nininger, H. H. 1929. Jour. Geology 37: 88-90. (voucher specimen Ballinger Meteorite)

 

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Palache, C. & F. A. Gonyer. 1932. Amer. Mineral. 17: 357-359. (voucher specimen Deport Meteorite)

 

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Palmer, A. R. 1954. The faunas of the Riley Formation in central Texas. Journal of Paleontology, vol. 28 (6): 709-786, pl. 76-92. (type on loan to USNM)

 

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Peters, E. C., S. D. Cairns, M. E. Q. Pilson, J. W. Wells, W. C. Jaap, J. C. Lang, C. E. (Cummings) Vasleski & L. St.P. Gollahon. 1988. Nomenclature and biology of *Astrangia poculata* (=*A. danae*, =*A. astreiformis*) (Cnidaria: Anthozoa). Proc. Biol. Soc. Washington 101(2): 234-250. (voucher specimens)

 

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Plummer, H. J. 1926. Foraminifera of the Midway Formation in Texas. University of Texas Bulletin 2644: 9-206, 40 pl.

 

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Plummer, H. J. 1932. Foraminiferal evidence of the Midway-Wilcox contact in Texas. University of Texas Bulletin 3201: 51-68, pl. 5.

 

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Preston, H. L. 1898. Amer. Jour. Science (4)5: 269-272. (voucher specimen San Angelo Meteorite)

 

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Reinhard, H. J. 1942. A new parasitic muscoid fly from Texas. Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash. 44 (2): 17-18. (types)

 

Reinhard, H. J. 1951. New American muscoid Diptera. Bull. Brooklyn Ent. Soc. 46 (1): 1-9. (types)

 

Reinhard, H. J. 1952. New genera and species of muscoid Diptera. Bull. Brooklyn Ent. Soc. 47 (1): 1-12. (types)

 

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Roemer, Ferdinand. 1887. *Graptocarcinus texanus* ein Brachyure aus der oberen kreide von Texas. Neues Jahrbuch fur Mineralogie, Geologie und Palaeontologie, Band I, Heft 2: 173-176, text-fig. a, b. (plastotype)

 

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Scott, R. W. 1986. Biogeographic influences on early Cretaceous paleocommunities, Western Interior. Jour. Paleontol. 60: 197-207. (voucher specimens)

 

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Sellards, E. H. 1903. Some New Structural Characters of Paleozoic Cockroaches. American Journal of Science, (4) vol. 15: 307-315, 2 pl. (plastotypes, Durden negatives)

 

Sellards, E. H. 1903. *Megablattina* Sellards (non Brongniart). American Journal of Science, (4) 15. (plastotype, Durden negatives)

 

Sellards, E. H. 1903. Discovery of fossil insects in the Permian of Kansas. American Journal of Science, vol. 16 (31): 323-324. (hypotype)

 

Sellards, E. H. 1904. A study of the structure of Paleozoic cockroaches with description of new forms from the Coal Measures. American Journal of Science, 18: 113-134, 213-227. (plastotypes, Durden negatives)

 

Sellards, E. H. 1906. Types of Permian insects. Part I. Odonata. American Journal of Science 22: 249-258, 8 fig. (types)

 

Sellards, E. H. 1906. Geological history of cockroaches. Popular Science Monthly 3: 244-250. (plastotypes, Durden negatives)

 

Sellards, E. H. 1907. Types of Permian insects. Part 2. Plectoptera. American Journal of Science, 23: 345-355, fig. 1-13. (types)

 

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Sellards, E. H. 1908. Types of Permian insects. Part 3. Megasecoptera, Oryctoblattinidae, Protorthoptera. American Journal of Science, 27: 151-173, 28 fig. (types)

 

Sellards, E. H. 1909. Cockroaches of the Kansas Coal Measures and of the Kansas Permian. University of Kansas Geological Survey, 9: 501-541, pl. 70-83. (plastotypes, Durden negatives)

 

Sellards, E. H. 1923. The Oklahoma-Texas Boundary Suit. Science 57: 346-349.

 

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Sellards, E. H. 1933. The Pre-Paleozoic and Paleozoic Systems in Texas. University of Texas Bulletin 3232: 15-238.

 

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Stenzel, H. B. 1935. Nautiloids of the Genus *Aturia* from the Eocene of Texas and Alabama. Journal of Paleontology, vol. 9 (7): 551-562, pl. 63, 64.

 

Stenzel, H. B. 1935. Middle Eocene and Oligocene decapod crustaceans from Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi. American Midland Naturalist, vol. 16 (3): 379-400, pl. 14, 16. (types)

 

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Young, K. 1958. *Graysonites*, a Cretaceous ammonite in Texas. Journal of Paleontology, vol. 32 (1): 171-182, pl. 27-29.

 

Young, K. 1958. Cenomanian (Cretaceous) ammonites from Trans-Pecos Texas. Journal of Paleontology, vol. 32 (2): 286-294, 2 pl.

 

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Young, K. 1974. Lower Albian and Aptian (Cretaceous) ammonites of Texas. Geoscience and Man 8: 175-228, 16 pl. (types)

 

Young, K. & J. D. Powell. 1976. Late Albian-Turonian correlations in Texas and Mexico. Annales du Museum d'histoire Naturelle de Nice. Tome IV (XXV): 36 pp., 9 pl. (types)

 

Young, K. 1979. Lower Cenomanian and late Albian (Cretaceous) ammonites, especially Lyelliceridae, of Texas and Mexico. Texas Memorial Museum. Bulletin 26: 99 pp., 9 pl. (types)

 

Young, K. 1984. Cretaceous ammonites (Valanginian to Cenomanian) from deep sea drilling project cores, southeastern Gulf of Mexico. In, R. T. Buffler & W. Schlager. Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project 77 (30): 695-700. (voucher specimens)

 

Young, K. 1986. The Albian-Cenomanian (Lower Cretaceous-Upper Cretaceous) boundary in Texas and northern Mexico. Jour. Paleont. 60(6): 1212-1219. (voucher specimens)

 

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Note: Many references were provided by P. U. Rodda , J. Casey and R. M. Girard in 1968 and 1970, and by C.J.Durden in 1990.

Numerous species were described by W. M. Wheeler, C. T. Brues, A. L. Melander and C. F. McClendon in papers listed as "Contributions from the Zoological Laboratory of the University of Texas". The present location of the types of these species is not known. They may have been transferred to some other institution for safekeeping. Some of the arthropod references were provided by F. F. Burchsted in 1981.

 

 

 

 

 

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