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Russell, L.S. (1934). New fossil fresh-water Mollusca from the Cretaceous and Paleocene of Montana. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences. 24: 128-131.
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Russell, L.S.
1934
New fossil fresh-water Mollusca from the Cretaceous and Paleocene of Montana
Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences
24: 128-131
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Holotype USNM 75287A, identified as Elliptio silberlingi L. S. Russell, 1934
Holotype USNM 75288, identified as Medionidus senectus declivis L. S. Russell, 1934
 Type locality

Wheatland County (unnamed locality), Montana, United States; Judith River Formation, Campanian, late Cretaceous [details]

 Type locality

"From the Eagle coal mine, Bear Creek, Carbon county, Montana. [...] 'Bear Creek' horizon", USA; Paleocene [details]

 Type locality

Eagle coal mine, Bear Creek, Carbon county, Montana, United States; Clarkforkian (zone Cf1), Thanetian, late Paleocene [details]

 Type locality

"From SE. 1/4 of SE. 1/4, Sec. 10, T. 5 N. , R. 13 E., Sweetgrass county, Montana. About 4000 feet above base of ... [details]


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