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JUL 1932 3_C|fel BULLETINS AMERICAN PALEONTOLOGY VOL XIX JlUie JO, IQJ2 Harris Co Ithaca, U vS N Y A trice List Bulletins of American Pai.eontoi,ogy AND Paleontographica Americana Bulletins of American Paleontology Vol 8vo Claiborne fossils, pi., 52 pp.; No 2, Ala and Tex Terpi., 30 pp.; No 3, Eocene mollusca of Tex pi 32 pp.; No 4, Midway fossils, 17 pi., 156 pp.; No 5, Say's paleont $5.50 writing, pi., 104 pages -— — I No 1, tiary mollusca,, - No 6, Ithaca fossils, pi 56 pp.; No 7, Bibliog Va geol 110 pp.; No 8, New Eoc species 5, pi., 26 pp.; No 9, Lignitic bivalves, 14 pi., 102 pp.; No 10, Atlantic slope forams., pi., 68 pp $5.00 II No 11, Lignitic gastropoda, 12 pL, 128 pp.; No 12, Devon-Miss, faunas, Ky and Ind., 110 pp.; No 13, Oalcif of Mohawk valley, pL, 26 pp.; No 14, Crown Point Sect., pi., 34 pp.; No 15, Oligo$6.00 eene of West Europe and II S., 10 pi., 118 pages III No 16, Eocene of Georgia, pp No 17, Trenton at Trenton and Newport, 17 pp.; No 18, Mohawk Califerous species, pi 24 pp.; No 19, Helderberg invasion of the Manlius, pi., 27 pp.; No 20, Jefferson limestone, pi., 38 pp.; No 21, New Gligocena IV shells of Florida, pi., 40 pages -^ $3.00 V Eocene mollusca Southern States, pi., 26 pp.; No 23, Devonian fossils, pi., 14 pp.; No 24, Neocene, Atlantic coastal plain, pi., 34 pp.; No 25, Cranium of Hesperornis, pi., 12 pp.; No 26, Buda Echinoidea, pi., 36 pp.; No 27, New Miocene mollusca, pi., 32 pp.; No 28, Murfreesboro stage, 12 pp.; No 29 and 30, Santo Domingo fossils, 41 pi., 296 pages ^j- - $8.00 VI VII No No 31, 32, Mid-Eocene Peleeypoda, 59 pi., 268 pp $6.00 Mid-Eocene Gastropoda, (not yet published) VIII No 33, New Tert moll., pi., 32 pp.; No 34, Gulf coast recentPliocene moUu sea, pi., 116 pp.; No 35, Guppy's Teritary fossils, 10 pi., 198 pp.; No 36, Eeeent and Eocene mollusca, pi., 38 pp : $5.00 IX No 37, New Eocene Shells, pi., 32 pp.; No 38, Conclusion to No 34, 140 pp No 39, Costa Rica Miocene, 32 pi 208 pp $7.00 X „ No 40, Costa Rica foraminifera, pL, 18 pp.; No 41 L6vis Ordov and Camb fossils, pi., 132 pp.; No 42, Trinidad Miocene mollusca 43 pi., 260 pp .$8.00 JUL 1932 BULLETINS OF AMERICAN PALEONTOLOGY VOL XIX June JO, 93 Harris Co Ithaca, N Y U S A BUI.I,ETINS OF AMERICAN PAI.EONTOI.OGY Vol 19 No 68 Contributions to the Tertiary Paleontology of Northern Peru : Part 5, The Peruvian Miocene By A A Olsson June j^u, rgj2 Harris Co Ithaca, N Y U.S A : FOREWORD This paper devoted principally to the Peruvian Miocene concludes the series of articles entitled Contributions to the Tertiary Paleontology of Northern Peru, of which Parts dealing with the older Tertiaries have already appeared Bulletins I am i to in these deeply indebted to Dr O B Hopkins, Chief Geologist of the International Petroleum Co., for the privilege release of stratigraphic data on Peru encouragement and interest in the work I wish also to acknowledge the assistance received from the present and former members of the Geological Staff in Peru, particularly to Mr A Iddings, present Manager in Peru and to Messrs O B Boggs, J S Stewart, J L Stauft, Willard Berry, C W Boughton, E Emendorfer, L W Wiedey and V Culbert In working over the Peruvian collections I have had the advantage of the constant advice of Professor G D Harris and the use of the unexcelled collections and library of Tertiary Paleontology at Cornell During my repeated visits to the Philadelphia Academy, Drs H A Pilsbr}' and E G Vanatta have of publishing and the as well as his constant most generously extended to me the facilities of the z\cadem}- for the study of the (Collections in their care to I am also grateful Professor C Dunbar of Yale University for the privilege of studying the Nelson collection and the loan of valuable type material In this paper, the following new subgenera and sections are proposed new subgenus of Liicina Bruguiere new subgenus of Pscudoiiiilflia Fischer Chionopsis new section of Chione Megerle von Muhfeld Hexacorhula new section of Bothrocorhida Gabb Teiiuicorbiila new subgenus of Corbiila Bruguiere PyrucUa new subgenus of CanccUaria Lamarck Pcrunasso new subgenus of Buccuianops d'Orbign}Fusiiinsfeira new subgenus of Solciiostcira Dall Illesca Zorrita Gloversville, N Y January 25, 1932 Olsson: Peruvian Miocene CONTENTS Review of literature dealing Miocene I II The Miocene with the Peruvian of Northern Peru The Zorritos District The Zorritos Group The Lower Zorritos formation The Variegated beds b The Upper Zorritos formation e The Cardalitos formation B The Tumbez formation C The Sechura District A a III Correlation and age IV Faunae Affinities V Tertiary History of the West Coast of South America VL Introduction The Bolivar Geosyncline Tertiary Mountains and Climate Systematic description of Miocene Mollusks of Northern Peru a review of the literature dealing with the peruvian Miocene and later deposits i The earliest papers dealing strictly paleontological, with the Peruvian Tertiaries are devoted to the description of small fossil from Paita and Zorritos The first of these is found in D'Orbigny's monumental work dealing with his travels and research in South America and includes the description of a fewfossil species from the Paita region D'Orbigny did not personally visit any part of the Peruvian coast north of Callao, the fossils from Paita having been collected by Gaudichaud and other collections travelers ii6, pi Rustcllaria gaudichaudi (=Ectiiiocliihts) 14, figs 6-8) as previously indicated, is (op, an upper cit p l-'.ocene form common in the Saman sandstones while Pcctitiiciili(s pa\(=P iitaeqitalis Shy.) (p 129, pi 15, figs 11-13) is common in the Mancora tablazo Moiioccras blainz'illi (p 116 pi teiisis 'D'Orbigny, 1842, Voyage clans I'Amerique Paleontologie, 1-188 pp 22 pis meridionale., vol 3, pt 4, Bulletin 68 C) fig i8, from 19) Paita, near hill described without locality but suspected as being was rediscovered Our Amotape beds at Santa Lucia in the tablazo specimens with exactly agree D'Orbigny's figure so that there can be no doubt but that Paita Monoceras (Acanthisa) is the type locality for this species has been recorded by Darwin, Hupe, Steinmann and Moricke from the Coquimbo beds of northern Chile and this blainvilli species is therefore important in the correlation of these rocks According to Hupe, there are two distinct forms in the Coquimbo beds, the first of which he regarded as typical and a second noded form to which Moricke later gave the The figures given by Philippi included varietal name nodosa the noded form (var nodosa Moricke) and a,copy of D'Orbigny's with northern Peru Cardium acuticostata figure of blainvilli 19-22) from Quiriquina of Brongniart its is (p said to occur at Paita 120, 12, figs pi on the authority Since acuticostata was described from a identification with a Paita shell petitiana (p 123, pi corded from Paita 13, figs 9-1 1) must be qviestioned from Coquimbo, is D'Orbigny's figure of this species cast, Venus also re- resembles dementia and the Paita record may be based on a specimen dementia peruviana Olsson from the Saman sandstones D'Orbigny compares petitiana with Venus donibeyi Lamarck a of which is a Protothaca and the internal cast figured with petitiana belongs to a thick-shelled species ny's figure A was not Philippi who copied D'Orbig- able to recognize this species with certainty few other species described by D'Orbigny from unknown although associated with Mesozoic forms calities, be Tertiary species from Peru and Chile lo- may prove to Astarte dubia as in- dicated by Woodring^, is possibl)' a dementia but it does not resemble any of the Peruvian species and moreover is described as having a lunule which would remove it from that genus The Brachyuroid described as Portunus peruvianus is possible an Eocene species In 1870, Gabb^' published the descriptions and later the 2Woodring U 3Gabb S 1926, American Tertiary mollusks Geol Survey Prof Paper 147, p 42 1870, Description of new 2nd the genus Clementia species of South American Tertiary Am 1877, Description of a collection of fossils Dr Antonio Raimondi in Peru, Journ Acad Nat Sci Phila., Jr Conch., vol 5, p 263; made by of fig- ser., vol 8, p 262, pi 35 PL 25, Vol 19 BULL AMER PALEONT NO, 08, PL 25 PLATE XXIV ' Bulletin 68 264 264 Explanation of Plate 24 Page Figure Polinices (Polinices) subangulata Nelson 209 Topotype, height 40.00 mm Tumbez formation of Que Tucillal at Zorritos (Polinices) subangulata Nelson Topotype, height 33.00 mm Que Tucillal at Zorritos Polinices Turbo (Callopoma) 209 215 sp Height or Vertical diameter 18.50 mm Que Tucillal at Zorritos Crucibulum (Dispotaea) inerme Nelson Diameter 23.00 mm Upper Zorritos, Punta Picos Polinices Turbo (Callopoma) _ (Euspira) cf dubius Recluz Greater diameter 17.25 mm Que Tucillal at Zorritos 212 211 215 sp Height or Vertical diameter 18.50 mm Que Tucillal at Zorritos Crucibulum (Dispotaea) inerme Nelson Lectotype, length 24.00 212 mm Nelson collection at Yale Uhive'rsity Polinices (Polinices) nelsoni, n 208 sp Paratype, height 17.00 mm Tumbez formation of Que Tucillal Polinices (Polinices) coronis Hanna and Israelsky 207 Height 23.00 mm Variegated beds of Que Blanca 10 Polinices (Polinices) nelsoni, n 208 sp Holotype, height 17.00 mm Que Tucillal at Zorritos 11 Crucibulum (Crucibulum) ecuadorense, Holotype, length 23.00 mm Cuts along Amen - Playas railroad n sp 212 I I PL 24, Vol 19 X^J^^'te;^'' BULL AMER PALEONT NO 68, PL 24 INDEX TO VOLUME 19 Light face figures refer to pages; heavy, to plates modesta A Acanthiza solida 29 solida cruziana 23 20 _ voluta 19 Acknowledgements Age nux Amarillas sandstone - 184 pantheonensis 100 ovoidalis Ampullina ortoni 106 reversa _ - _ 3 77 67 73 spjekeri 23, 26 thalia 23 toroensis toroensis toroensis 59 berryi 25, 33 Antillophos singewaldi 50 39 Anomia 26, 33 septifera 20 131 _ Anomalocardia — 23 65 69 71 71 71 crassa prolata tuberculosa valdiviana vanholsti -— 23 veatchi zapotalensis zorritensis 119 83 83 66 66 173 163 64 - Aphera Area — 7?, obesifor- mis 74 chiriquiensis septifera26 chiriquiensis toroensis 25, 26 _ 1 cholana 73 71 77 25 colomba 29 crescens dariensis 29 dolaticosta 67 71 68 fissicosta garitensis 32 74 23 75 68 63 j — _ As tarte dubia As ;erodiscus •ato valley At ^ _ - 64 31 zorritosensis 26 Ar chitectonica sexlinearis 31 sexlinearis corusca 23 29 Argobuccinum zorritense 169 21 213 213 21 214 74 _ 68 23 70 - 168 _ _ 15 54 _ B Bayovar formation 16 Berry, Prof E 48, 60 Berry, 73, 76 15 W 12 Willard 13 35 imporcata 71 75 20, 32 macdonaldi 32 59 ^ _— _ 71 71 74 68 70 76 14, 20, 23, 25, 26 Ampullinopsis s'penceri Anatina undulata Andean geosyncline Anderson, Frank larkinii _ •retractata 16 gatunensis gra n di s — - _ _ sechurana Americardia Amiantis incrassata chiriquiensis 73 chiriquiensis obesiformis oronlensis Aloidis 185 36 135 15 - 76 _ _ 20 nelsoni 14, 183 183 14 Biocorbula Bo livar geosyncline Bosworth, T Bo throcorbula 77 135 ^65 - 134 51 12 140 - Buccinanoip's zorritensis 31 _ 21 proavus Callopoma Calyptraea Canal Zone Cancellaria balboae bradleyi bulbulus " 17 exopleura gabbiana " " " - — " " karsteni " montserratensis " peruana 1' larkinii 31 " '•" " schucherti - zorritensis " 135 191 192 — 191 infranodatum 25 " laevisculum Chamelea Chapman, F Charaos formation Chicama structure - Chimu Andes Ohione " amathusia " angelana 11, 12 32 " " " 158 158 164 160 159 anomiana atlanticana cancellata " " compta " " gnidia -^ grauensis " grzybowski costaricensis 25 10 — 1" " hendersoni " 24 meridionalis " paraquanensis " propinqua 161 162 112, 113 157 " " 161 " " trema " " triangularis tritonidea '^ 18 " Venezuela 164 162 158 158 158 — - " " " 24 rowleii spiekeri 26, 34 succincta walli variablis 32, 111 Chionopsis 184 19 Chira region Chlamys Chorus " " acuticostata Clavella solida _^-— .Clavilithes (?) atahuallpai affinis dementia dariena " ecuadoriale 266 119 61 15 49 58 49 111 111 116 120 112 111 111 113 111 119 29 17 Cardium 101 29 29 25 157 156 31 solida 160 160 Cantharus distortus Cardalitos formation 27 100 24 spatiosa 31 tesselata " — 119 29 pyrum rowelli 23, 34 scheibei 98 tenuimargo Caryocorbula Cerithium " grillanum 159 163 23, 29 " " subaucanum " " " 163 164 163 157 ellipsis 34 harrisi hettneri islacolonis " 157 cassidiformis 158 clavatula - " " " " 32 spiekeri 32 stewarti Chile 161 " 99 - peruviana " 164 31 215 25 54 157 158 156 157 Callianax Calliostoma noduliferum " " 47 186 188 187 188 188 188 187 188 - f reya hannai " 24 Burckhardt Bursa bowdenensis californica chira chira yasila crassa 26 168 169 20 118 113 43 11 112 112 117 12 111 112 114 111 13 81 183 183 170 102 " 24, 26, 32, 34 6, synarmostes 103 136, 140 Codakia talarana tenuis 96 24 Columbella paytensis turrita - _ 151 151 14 Conus - bravoi 16 23, 25, 27, 29, 34 31 155 31 molis bravoi multiliratus sipiekeri — 23, 24 151 153 16 sophus 16 154 23 williamgabbi 152 25, 27 Coquimbo beds 44 acutirostra 27, 136, 142 acutirostra zorritensis 27, 142 aequivalvis j — 135 135 136 _ : 55 35 Courty 59 53 Crassatella gibbosa Crassatellites charanensis nelsoni pizarroi Cretaceous Crossata ecuadorense inerme 144 grande costatum 24 24 Cryptomya californica Cuma alternata 181 Cuneocorbula Cymia pilsbryi 137 24, 135 140 136 3, cubaniana fabiformis 142 138 gatunensis glypta heterogenea 134 142 135 140 hexacyma 136 lanceolata _ tectum Cypraea angustirima Cytherea affinis planivieta 110 141 24, 135 nasuta 14 143 139 139 140 136 24, 135 propinqua 138 25 radiatula 136 19 135 182 183 182 183 23 29 109 D Dendro'conus Dentalium zone Deustua Diatomaceous earth 151 39 17 15 16, 35 Diluvarca Dinocardium ^ 88 87 87 87 53 186 212 212 212 213 213 132 180 buchivacoana buenavistana 140 136 140 Cordillera de la Costa Coscinodiscus oculus iridis 134 144 142 135 135 142 137 cruziana 24 143 27, 31 14 bicarinata bradleyi 32, 135 prenuncia 14 Crucibulum 63 Corbula nelsoni 32, 135 ovulata 32, 135 viminea 154 cacuminatus bravoana _ - bocapanensis alabamensis biangulata 143 141 136 tenuis lupina 32 wilcoxi 140 vicaria vieta 14 " 134 135 sulcata peruviana 13 Discocyclina peruviana Dispotaea Distorsio clathratus decussatus decussatus ringens 23, 44 gatunensis simillimus thersites Domeyko D'Orbigny 267 64 97 10 212 189 189 189 189 189 189 190 63 Dosinia delicatissima 24, 26 dunkeri grandis 103 103 103 104 Here Hershey Hexacorbula — - 34 lenticula 29 orbicularis 103 103 Hysteroconcha 11 ponderosa 104 105, 11 104 titan 54 61 53 84 108 I Iddings and Olsson 15 17 90 Illesca 43 Dosinidea Douville 103 10 E lUescas region Inoceramus Iphigenia altior Ectinochilus gaudichaudi -— 9, 136, 140 Hubach Humboldt current Huntley and Mason Hybolophus 11 illesca 89 46 brasiliana olssoni peruviana 14 Ecuador — Egouana Engelhardt Epitonium sp 58 165 13 34 84 86 34 berryi 24 85 gibbosa tucilla Eucrassatella aviaguensis peruviana Labiosa " trinitaria venezuelana - 87 86 122 211 Eurytellina Euspira F Faunal affinities Ficus peruviana Fossil leaves and fruits 41 29 60 179 Fusinosteira 133 hasletti undulata undulata gardnerae 131 131 133 108 39 63 63 63 15 117 46 _ 56 Loja, Ecuador Lopha - Loriphinus sechurana 13 79 92 92 34 Gastridium cepa Gerth Gregory Grzybowski 184 52 48 Lower Zorritos formation Lucina " " " andersoni columbella excavata iduna 34 20 Guayaquil 51 51 61 Guayas Guppy H Hanna and sancti-blasii 14 14 " Gabb Helicolepidina 25, 27 Lamelliconcha Las Perdices shales Leda acuminata " balboae " peruviana Lepidocyclinae Lirophora Lisson G Israelsky Harvella elegans elegans tucilla 131 131 '- gibbosa 88 32 13 L " nelsoni 29 - - 14 52 127 127 127 127 127 " inca " " pennsylvanica prosoptera " 29 trictracensis 34 13 14 129 129 129 130 15 Lutraria 268 " " elegans hortensis vetula 7, 21 89 90 89 89 89 92 89 90 6, 91 131 29 29 Lyropecten Macoma Macoma 124 125 13 126 125 124 — ^- sp — meroensis zaipotalensis 24 Macrocallista helenae — _ alata angusta calif ornica unifasciata Navidad - iridia 27 14 macescens zorritensis Mactrella Mactrotoma Marginella J.-^ incrassata 31 20 Neverita Noetia Northia - - guttifera northiae serrata 129 128 128 130 129 128 165 165 colonibiana 25 CO n s ors 171 171 135 63 64 63 - Nuculana elenensis peruviana 31 O 19 19 176 176 176 177 16 126 126 128 93 96 93 16 93 93 17 166 166 20 „— 165 165 - cotapaxi 23 Olivella tapira 23 16 Orbitoids melongena melongena consors 15 str ea Buski _ Meretrix Bosworthi Metis sp excavata — Mici-ioimactra _ j Miltha gluminda pacifica ^ 34 santacrucis woodi Miocene of Northern PeruMitra - -' dunbari _ 164 164 Orton 23, 25, 27 patula 211 76 170 170 29 Notocorbula 17 187 15 176 177 Marsupina Maxi p an Melongena 16 haitensis 33 7.3 Ostrea latiareata 29 78 lunar is oculata pr i s m a ti ca 9 sculp ta veatchi vespertina 79 79 79 P depression Pacific Paita 31 " - Olivancillaria M ar s te r s Monoceras 13 44 I^elson 14, 25, 27, 132 exoleta Naticariu's 24 128 129 128 128 Mactra 206 207 206 207 207 206 206 guppyana 25 c o n s tr i c ta — Natica broderipiana canrena coronis 83 M 55 I Panama blainvilli laevis - Mulinia zorritensis 14 Murex laqueoratus Murphy Mytilus 185 130 130 31 63 25 Pananga limestone Panopea americana coquimbensis 29, 32 oblonga N Narona Nassa zorritensis reflexa 162 169 13 52 145 145 145 Paracas 269 35 145 146 18 Pecten dubius 80 83 80 coderensis gatunensis 34 hopkinsi - 32 4, 80 211 208 210 211 211 211 paname'nsis paraquanensis quirosana porcana quirosana 83 illesca - 23 34 incus intercostatus nelsoni 32 paytensis stanislas-meuneri subangulata 9 82 - _ 24 - 210 209 31 uber 209 31 Polystira tucilla tumbezensis Pectunculus inaequalis 82 paytensis 5 Pegophysema 92 Persea macrophylloides Perunassa 13 61 90 96 23 - - — - 20 25 caobasensis 168 insleyi sp Portunus peruvianus Potamides bocapenensis Psammacoma 193 124 Psammobia darwini 24 192 192 193 193 infraliratus 25 ormei infraliratus Peruvian current Phacoides andersoni 20 44 nonurensis Pholas chiloensis 91 Phos 173 174 elegans 34 hodsoni Pseudolatirus tumbeziensis 18 167 167 13 94 96 94 , 23 P seu d om iltha insleyi 18 173 20 176 23 176 174 174 176 176 174 35 107 106 110 23 inornatus latirugatus phosoides petersoni 29 petersoni aquada Pyrula consors - 95 176 176 23 183 160 , 91 17 ^ 13 melongena peruviana 34 semico status sub semi CO status turbacoensis tuberanensis _ veatchi Pisco formation Pitarella Pitaria aequicincta 26 cora aequicincta roseata Pyruclia - Quasilucina Quiroga R Raeta 131 131 132 131 canaliculata 11 110 108 gardnerae gibbosa 11 109 109 maxima petersoni 24 sapotana 10 106 10 107 humboldtiana 32 24 nelsoni 31 up a na r a ^ i undulata gardnerae undulata mirandana undulata undulata - 24 tumbezana 29 Plagioctenium P 6u rof u s ia Polinices alveatus coronis 25, 34 130 131 undulata ventricosa ^ J 24 81 150 Raimondi 209 210 207 Ranella tenuis ventricosa Rostellaria gaudichaudi 14 132 132 131 133 270 187 186 ^ 23 Tertiary History s 63 15 Saccella Saman formation Sechura district — formation 10 4^ 58 1^8 17S 180 ^^ 171 121 cieza 23 18 171 172 peruviana 18 Thais 33 19 berryi 15 kiosquiformis 16 Semele — flavescens 32 laevis costaricensis 27 Sheppard 126 127 Trachycardium 126 24 Tritiaria -51 23 176 213 10 Siphonalia phosoides Solarium sexlineare Spieker Spruce Stappenbeck Tubera group Tumbez formation 18 18 190 abrupta l70 20, 26, 29 altilira Strioterebrum Strombina zorritosensis tumbezia 23 Struthiolaria guttifera 14 Surcula 29 178 37 146 190 191 Strand-line migration lanceolata 31 Turbo nelsoni 16 23 Turritella 150 150 15 31 150 150 193 _ 200 23 202 23 202 204 11, 31 13 Tellina aequicincta amenensis _ ._ 13 14 pressa singewaldi spiekeri zapotalensis Tenuicorbula 122 122 122 123 123 124 124 124 141 136 , 15 23 nelsoni 31 146 148 149 pavonia 15 146 15 149 23 tafalla 31 tuberosa _•- _ 205 205 198 andersoni 15 23 zapotalensis — alturana 9 Tapira lanceolata uUoa j altilirata T Talara formation Terebra herviderana belli Turricula cruziana 29 - i felix 189 184 183 54 40 19 solida Troll 17, 58, 59 Stramonita 171 23 49 Steinmann — Tritonium ringens Triumphis — Transenella herviderana 57 Sinum carolanum 3, — Mountains — 15 149 147 15 148 271 banskii bifastigata 20 bosei -_ broderipiana broderipiana alturana cartagenensis 23 charana conquistadorana democraciana fica 200 205 204 199 200 13 199 22 1.95 23 204 filicineta 20, 29 filicineta varicosta 199 200 204 fredeai gabbiana 20 goniostoma 23 206 23 22 203 202 31 gothica 20 hubbardi illesca 34 inca 20 198 197 inconspicua inconspicua trita infracarinata 22 27 197 195 22 19G 201 20, 25, 27, 29, 34 infracarinata zorritensis larensis bayovarensis 34 maracaibensis nelsoni nelsoni - trullissatia ocoyana oreodoxa plana prenuncia • 199 196 19G LOl 199 planicosta Volvarina Von Ihering _ Werenfels 133 23 195 200 Winslow Wolf 16 29 87 — 165 48 W 14 12 61 61 Woodring 14, 11 196 simplex supraconcava suturalis wittichi varicosta 25, — nelsoni petitiana Volutilithes plicifera 204 20 rotunidata 20 24 20 Venus munsteri 23 23 prenuncia cruziana robusta V Variegated beds Venericardia clavidens 22 201 200 196 197 199 27 Woods 12 Y Yapate sandstones Z Zorrita formation Upper Zorritos formation - 94 -.; Zorritos district - U Ulloa 15 _ 16 61 25 18 18 20 group 272 End of Volume XIX 20 ; No 43, Paradoxides fauna of Manuels pi., 140 pp.; No 4^ Cephalopoda of Madagascar; No 45, Venezuelan TurrL$5.5(i tellas; No 46, Venezuelan Devonian Fossils, pi., 52 pp XI Jurassic XII No 47, Forams of Venezuela and Trinidad, Mesozoic Invertebrate Bibliography, 448 pp pi., 48 pp.; No 48, $6.00 XIII No 49, Venezuelan Fossil Mollusca, 40 plates, 160 pp.; No 50, ^ $6.00 Early Tertiary Rhiuoceroses, pi., 102 pp ._ XIV No 51, Guayabal Foraminifera from Mexico, pi., 46 pp.; No Peruvian Eocene Mollusca 26 pi., 154 pp.; No 53, Chapapote Forams., pi., 30 pp No 54, Colombia Miocene Fossil, jril., 50 52, ; - - :- - $6.50 : Ecuador foraminifera N6 56, New Claiborne No 57, Peruvian Eocene 57a, Mexican Eocene brachiopod No 57b, Meson foraminifera No 58, Devono-Carboniferous fossils XV No 55, fossils ; ; ; ; ; XVI No 59, 60, Venezuelan Mollusca ; No 61 Neomonopleura I^S-oo XVII No 62, Peruvian Eoc XVIII No No XIX No 64 Early Tert Mollusca of Wyoming, 40 pp., ; 63, Peruvian Oligocene mollusca $6.00 pis Florida Pliocene Mollusca, 27 pp., pis 68, Peruvian Miocene, 272 pp 24 pis 65 PALiEONTOGRAPHICA AMERICANA No $ 6.00 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, $ 5.00 tO East Coast Areas, 16 pi., 100 pp Genera Alveinv^ and Lutetia, pi., text figs., Caprinoids of Trinidad, pi., 40 pp Central American Areas, pi., 46 pp Veneridao of E America, 45 pi., 270 pp Whole volume Address : all communications Professor G D Harris, 126 Kelvin Place, Ithaca, New York to , $3.60 14 pp $0.50 $2.00 $1.20 „ $6.00 $12.0(1 ... 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