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White, C.A. (1895). The Bear River Formation and its characteristic fauna. United States Geological Survey Bulletin. 128: 1-108.
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White, C.A.
1895
The Bear River Formation and its characteristic fauna
United States Geological Survey Bulletin
128: 1-108
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 Type locality

20 miles N of Cokeville, Lincoln County, Wyoming, United States; Cenomanian, late Cretaceous [details]

 Type locality

At Bear River, near Sulphur Creek mouth, Uinta County, Wyoming, United States; Bear River Formation, Albian, early ... [details]

 Type locality

20 miles N of Cokeville, Lincoln County, Wyoming, United States; Cenomanian, late Cretaceous [details]

 Type locality

"20 miles north of Cokeville, Wyoming; [...] near Sage Station, in the valley of Twin Creek", Lincoln County, ... [details]

 Type locality

"At the locality near the mouth of Sulphur Creek and at the one near Sage Station", Uinta/Lincoln County, Wyoming, ... [details]

 Type locality

At Bear River, near Sulphur Creek mouth, Uinta County, Wyoming, United States; Bear River Formation, Albian, early ... [details]

 Type locality

20 miles N of Cokeville, Lincoln County, Wyoming, United States; Cenomanian, late Cretaceous [details]

 Type locality

20 miles N of Cokeville, Lincoln County, Wyoming, United States; Cenomanian, late Cretaceous [details]


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