A Catalogue of the Mesozoic and Cenozoic Plants of North America

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1919 - Paleobotany - 815 pages
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Page 41 - divided as follows: The flora of the Dakota group, pp. 1-105, pis. 1-17. Description of species added to the flora of the Laramie group, pp. 121126, pis. 18-20. The flora of the Green River group, pp. 127-217, pis. 21-45A. Description of Miocene species from specimens obtained in the so-called Bad Lands of Dakota,
Page 46 - Ward, Lester F. With the collaboration of Wm. M. Fontaine, Atreus Wanner, and FH Knowlton. Status of the Mesozoic floras of the United States, first paper, The older Mesozoic.
Page 40 - 1872 [1873], pp. 371-127. Botanical paleontology of the Tertiary formations of the "Rocky Mountains. US Geol. and Geog. Survey Terr. Ann. Kept. 1873 [1874], pp. 366-125. Contributions to the fossil flora of the Western Territories— I, The, Cretaceous flora. US Geol.
Page 40 - Lesquereux, Leo. On species of fossil plants from the Tertiary of the State of Mississippi with an Appendix on fossil leaves from Fort Ellsworth, Nebr.
Page 391 - US Nat. Mus., Proc., vol. 5, 1882 [1883], p. 448; Rept. US Geol. Surv. Terr., vol. 8 (Cret. and Tert. Fl.), 1883, p. 262.—Penhallow, Rept. Tert. PI. Brit. Col., 1908, p. 62. Kenai : Chignik Bay, Alaska. Magnolia obovata Newberry = Nyssa vetusta. [This is a complete duplication in all except name for Nyssa
Page 166 - Mountain, near Black Buttes, Wyo. Lance: Near Kirby, Wyo. Celastrus fraxinifolius Lesquereux, Kept. US Geol. Surv. Terr., vol. 8 (Cret, and Tert. Fl.), 1883, p. 184, pi. xxxiii, f. 2-4; pi. xl, f. 10.—Knowlton, US Nat. Mus., Proc., vol. 51, 1916, p. 280. Miocene: * Florissant, Colo. Celastrus gaudini Lesquereux, Mus.
Page 125 - truncata Lesquereux, Rept. US Geol. Surv. Terr., vol. 8 (Cret. and Tert. Fl.), 1883, p. 150, pi. xxviii, f. 7, 8.—Knowlton, US Nat. Mus., Proc., vol. 51, 1916, p. 263. Miocene: Florissant, Colo. Betula vogdesii Lesquereux, US Geol. and Geog. Surv. Terr., Bull., vol. 1, 1875 [1876], p. 386; US
Page 399 - Losquereux, Kept. US Geol. Surv. Terr., vol. 8 (Cret, and Tert. FL), 1883, p. 80, pi. xv, f. 1, 2; US Gcol. Surv., Mon. 17, 1891 [1892], p. 196. Dakota: Kansas. Menispermites integrifolia Berry, Bull. Torr. Bot. Club, vol. 44, 1917, p. 183; US Geol. Surv., Prof. Paper
Page 660 - Lesquercux, Rept. US Geol. Surv. Terr., vol. 8 (Cret. and Tert. Fl.), 1883, p. 160, pi. xxviii, f. 1, 3.—Cockerell, Am. Nat., vol. 44, 1910, p. 40, f. 5. Miocene: * Florissant, Colo. , Ulmus irregularis Lesquereux= Ficus coloradensis. Ulmus minima Ward, US Geol. Surv., Sixth Ann. Rept,,
Page 21 - Two new plants from the Tertiary rocks of the West. Torreya, vol. 14, 1914, pp. 135-137, text figs. 1, 2. —• Notes on orchids. Bot. Gaz., vol. 59, Apr., 1915, pp. 331, 332, text fig. 1.

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