2 edition of aberrant oyster from the Oregon Eocene found in the catalog.
aberrant oyster from the Oregon Eocene
Earl L. Packard
|Statement||by Earl L. Packard.|
|Series||University of Oregon publication ;, v. 2, no. 4 (Dec. 1923), University of Oregon publication ;, v. 2, no. 4.|
|LC Classifications||QE812.O8 P3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||14 p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||14|
|LC Control Number||24027021|
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(Earl Leroy), Subjects A limited number of items are shown. Click to view More. Ostrea oregonsis. Oysters, Fossil -- Oregon. Paleontology -- Eocene. Paleocene and Eocene oysters from the west coast of the United States, in the region extending from southwestern Washington to Southern California, are revised in terms of generic assignment, description, morphologic variability, geographic distribution, and biostratigraphy.
Ecophenotypes and shell microstructures are described for the first time. The oysters lived in warm-temperate waters in.
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of the larger mammals now living; and the group dates back at least to the lowest Eocene. Of the two well-marked divisions of this order, the Bunodonts and the Selenodonts, as happily defined by Kowalevsky, the former is the older type, which must have separated from the Perissodactyle line after the latter had become differentiated from the primitive Ungulate.
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A large C. lineatum fruit from Middle Eocene Nut Beds locality of the Clarno Formation of Oregon showing large and small (arrow) wings, OMSI-PB/, x 5. 9.The Marine Eocene-Oligocene Transition. Conveners: Donald Prothero, Department of Geology, Occidental College Linda Ivany, Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan Elizabeth Nesbitt, Burke Memorial Museum, University of Washington The Eocene-Oligocene transition was a critical period in Earth history, when the "greenhouse" climates of the Eocene were replaced by the "icehouse.