Bulletins of American paleontology (Bull. Am. paleontol.) Vol 83334

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13,l^^/ BULLETINS OF AMERICAN PALEONTOLOGY VOL March igig —March igii Harris Co Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N, Y U S A CONTENTS OF VOL Bull No 33 — Wew or otherwise interesting VIII molluscan species from the East Coast of America By Katherine Van Winkle and G D Harris 34— Recent PI 1-3, Page 1-32 Molluscs of the Gulf of Mexico and Pleistocene and Pliocene species from the Gulf By States C J Maury 35 4, 33-148 5-14 149-346 15- 347-385 — Reprint ofthe more inaccessible Paleontological writings of R J L Guppy ByG D.Harris 36.— Illustrations and descriptions of fossil Mollusca contained ical collections at in the Paleontolog- Cornell University By Katherine E H Van Winkle CORRIGENDA Bulletin 34, p 71 (/oj), cut out Ayitigona {Ventruvla) callimorpha Dall as extralimital Not }'et found in the Gulf of Mexico (Dall, 1921) Remove /z'/z^/a Dall from s5mon3mi3- with the above and refer to genus Vesicomya Also extralimital Bulletin 36, p 6, {332) 2d line, change Volvula cyclindrica to Volvula cylindrica ADDENDA Bulletin 34, p 26 {^58) Under genus U7iio add the following species miisinus, alixus and sandrinus Dall, Proc U S N : Mus., 46, pp 229-230, pi 20, figs 2, 4, 5, 6, 1914 Brackish water Upper Miocene or Pliocene, well near Alexandria, Louisiana, ab6ut 48 feet below the surface ^ OF AMERICAN PAI,EONTOI.OGY "^ Vol 33 No New or Otherwise Tertiary Interesting Molluscan Species from the East Coast of America BY Katherine Van Winkle AND G D March Harris 6, rgrc} V Cornell Univ., Harris Ithaca, N Y Company MOLIvUSCA OF THE Gui.F OF MFXICO 135 103 Genus RANGIA Desmoulins cuneata Gray, In Sowerby, Gen Shells, No 36, f 1-7, 1831, (as Gnathodon); Holmes, Post-Pl Fos S C, p 41, pi 7- f 10, '60 '78 Hilgard, ; House Rep Ex Doc Dall, Bull 37, U S ; Ann Rept Tex., N M., p 329, '92 p 97, '94; Nautilus, ; pt 2, p 887 i, p 62, '89 Singley, 4tli ; Dall Proc U S '94; Tr W N M., 17 p S., 3, cyrenoides Desmoulins, Actes Soc I^in de Bordeaux, 5, ] Sci Phila., i 27, p 8, I 904, '98 57, p 1-3, f 1832 ; Conrad, Proc Acad Nat '61 232, grayi Tuomey and Holmes, 23, f II, Not 1857 Pleio nmior Holmes, Post-Pl Fos S C, Conrad 1840=^^? clathrodon Con Note — Often referred to Fos S C, p 99> pl- of Conrad p 41, i860 Not of Gnathodon Gray, 1831, preoccupied by Goldfuss, 1820 (fish genus) This species is the genoRangia is peculiar to North America In Louistype iana R cuneata extends up streams into freshwater for Extremely abundant in Pleistocene time several miles as shown by shell banks underlying Mobile and CharlesIn Pleistocene range extended north to ton Cornfield ExtremeHarbor, Md., at the mouth of Potomac River ly common iu the Gulf State wells, extending to a depth of 2106 feet, (Teche No i), and not infrequently associated with R.johnsoni Distribution —West cene to Recent Pascagoula MioMark's, Ft Barranca, Florida to Vera Cruz Gulf coast — St Point au Fer, CamMatagorda Bay, Nueces River, Grand Chenier, New Orleans Pleistocene etc., Texas pumping station No Knapp's wells, Terrebonne Parish, No I at 2000-2150, No 2, from 1050 to 1842, No 3, Bayou City well, Beaumont, Texas, surface to 1800 feet Fla ; eron, Mobile Bay, Ala Lake Charles, La Belle Isle, ; ; : ; ; Pleistocene Pliocene Caloosahatchie, Fla 600 feet and Upper Miocene Jennings wells, Franklin No i, 784 : : Bulletin 34 I04 to 162 feet Teche No ; i860 1530 to No 876 to 2106; Diisen and Lj^ons, Shippers, No ; Heywood, No to 1940, i, 1980, No 27, 30, 136 169 to 1840 Jennings1240 to 1493 No 800 to 28, 1892, 29, 200 4, ; feet cuneata variet)^ nasuta Dall, Proc U S N M., f 17, p 98, pi 7, 1894 8, Distribution — Port Lavaca, Texas (tj^pe locality); Point cuneata variety solida Dall, Proc U S N M., 46, p 228, f- au Recent, in salt water Per, La pi 20, 7> 1913- Distribution.— Pliocene Alexandria, : La., well at 49 feet Also Satilla River brackish water Pliocene beds, Atkinson, Ga cuneata variety galvestonensis Harris, Bull Am Pal, i, No 3, p 93, pi 2, Distribution f 1, a, b, 1895 — Galveston deep well at locality}; Prairie Mamou, approximately 2200 feet, 15 10-2920 feet (Harris', La., well, with R johnsoni, at Pascagoula Miocene horizon, Nomen johnsoni Dall, Science, 20, p, 165 1892, (as Gnathodon) nudum, Tr W I S., 3, p Proc U.S N M., 17, p 100, I S, pi 7, f 22, 7, 1892; 1894; Tr W f 18, 905, 1898 3, p inobilia7ia 337, pi Johnson, Science, 20, p 151, 1892 Nomen nudum — Upper Miocene or maybe Early Pliocene, surface exposures, Greene Co., near Vernal, Miss Distribution In (Johnson's locality, 1889); 3^ miles north of Shell Bluff, Pascagoula River, Miss Ten- type Merrill, Miss ; saw River, Baldwin Co., Ala and La (?) Ver}' , common in Deep wells, Ala., Miss The Jennings wells highest which R johnsoni occurs in the Jennings field is at 1040- 1 20 feet, (Jennings-Heywood Oil Syndicate well No 29), and the lowest at 2564-2664 feet (bottom of Franklin No i) Upper Miocene of deep wells Mobile Brewery well at 750-770 feet Mobile, Bascom No 2, at level at : ; Biloxi, Miss, Mobile artesian well, 735 feet artesian well, 700 feet; Jennings, La., wells, Bencken- 1241 feet ; ; MOI^LUSCA OF THE GULP OF MEXICO 137 105 No at 1990 to 2045 Jennings-He3^wood No 24, No Crowley No 1700; No 27, 1970- 1980, 29, 040- 96 No Franklin 25, 1900 to 2650; TecheNo i, 1322 to 2074 Also in the Crowley well near I, 2183 to 2664 feet Evangeline, La., at 2000 feet, where it was found with Stein ; ; ; galvestonensis Am (Rangianella) flexuosa Conrad, A N S Phila., 7, p 31, Dall, Mon Genus Gnathodon; Pr p 102, pi ; ; Proc U S N M., vol 17, Texas Mitchell, List 1894; 3, 6, f 7, Jour Sci 38, p 92, 1839 1855, Idem, p 232, for i860 rostrata Petit, Jour, de Conch 4, pp 84, 164, pi Shells f 5, 1-3, 1853, (as Gnathodon); Prime, Proc Boston Soc Nat Hist 7, 348, t86i p Am Conrad, ; Jour Conch suppl 3, 30, 37, U S N M., p 62, Single}^ 4th Ann Rept Texas, p 329, 1892 1868 Distribution ; — Florida to to Recent La ; Bull Dall, ; Vera Cruz, salt water Pleistocene Gulf coast Recent Point au Fer, Rare — Galveston, Texas ing station No p 1889 : Pleistocene New Orleans pump- : Genus LA BIOS A (Schmidt) Moller lineataSay, Jour A N S Phila., nuttallii Reeve, (as Lutraria); 1822, 2, p 310, Dall Bull U S N M p 64, '89 Tr W I S 3, p 906, 1898 Nautilus ; Conch Icon., Madra, p 8, 27, '94 Not 125, 1854 f ; of Conrad recurva Graj^, Wood's Ind papyracea Conrad, Am Test Suppl,, Conch., Not of — New Jersey to f 1828 2, 10; pi Adams, Genera Lamarck Sao Paulo, Brazil West Fla., Cameron, La., and Texas (Raeta) canaliculata Say, Jour A N S., Phila., 2, Moll., 2, p Distribution 386 {AS Lutraria); Reeve, Conch Icon., Mactra, Holmes, Post- PI Fos Dall, Bull 37, U S U Rep., Texas, Harris, Bull p 330, Am C, S S '92 Pal , ; p 43, p 64, '89 pi ; 7, Gulf p 310, 1822, 122, 1854; f 13, f Singley, 4th Dall, Nautilus, 8, p., i No 3, p 94, coast '95 ; i860; Ann 28, '94 ; Mitchell, io6 138 BuLivETiN 34 Tex Sh Dall, Tr W I S., p 907, '98 Proc A N S Phila., 55, 757, 1903 cavipechiensis QiX2.y Wood's Ind Test Suppl., f List ; ; — New Jersey to Southern 1828 3, , Distribution Vanatta, Type Brazil of sub- genus Raeta Gray Pleistocene to Recent Gulf coast Recent Alligator Harbor (Franklin County), Indian Pass (Calhoun County), Fla Horn Island, Miss Point au Fer, Cameron, La Galveston, Matagorda Bay, Corpus Christi, Tex Pleistocene Osprey, Fla New Orleans pumping station No 7, Knapp's wells, Terrebonne Parish, No at 542-1632, No at 330-1375 feet Pleistocene to Upper Miocene Galveston deep well, from 46 : ; ; ; ; : : to 2871 feet (Harris) Genus ERVILIA Turton concentrica Gould, Otia Conch., p 329 Proc Bost S N H., 8, Dall, Bull 280, 1862, p 37, U S N M., p, 62, '89 ; ; Dall and Simpson, Bull U S Fish Com., i, p 474, pi 58, Vanatta, Proc A N Phila., 55, p 757, 1903 2, 1901 Distribution Hatteras to Florida, 124 fms Gulf coast Ref ; — cent : St — Joseph's Bay and Crooked planata Dall, Tr Distribution W I — Miocene of BascomNo i Isl., West Fla Fla., and of the S., 3, p 915, 1898 Oak Grove, West well Mobile, Ala., 1500-1556 feet (Aldrich) Genus CORBULA Bruguiere (Aloidis) disparilis de Cuba, S N M., d'Orbigny, In Sagra's Hist Pol y Nat Isla Dall, Bull 37, U 283, pi 27, f 1-4, 1845 2, p ; p 70, pi I, f a-b, 1889 ; Tr W I S., 3, p 853, 1898 philippi Svaxih., 1885 ; operculata Philippi, 1849 — Hatteras to Barbados, 5-805 fms Pliocene to Recent Gulf — Off West Florida in 30 and 50 fms Distribution coast Pleistocene : Knapp's No Teel No well, i well, Saratoga, Tex at 940 feet Terrebonne Parish, La., 1330- 1375 ; feet (ASoidis) galvestonensis Harris, Bull Am Pal., i No p 94, MOLLUSCA OF THE GuLF OF MEXICO 139 I07 f 4, A a, 1895 Dall, Tr W I S., 3, p 852, 1898; In Deussen, U S G S., Water Supph^ Paper, 335, p 77, pi 2, ; 1914 Distribution —Upper Miocene, Galveston well, 2443-2650 feet (Harris); Gilbert well No 10, Bateson, Hardin Co., Texas, at 323 feet (Dall) (Aloidis) heterogenea Guppj^ MS p 850, pi 36, in coll., Dall, Tr W.I S., 3, 1898 15, f, — Miocene of Gatun and of the Chipola and Oak Grove beds, Fla., and of the Bascom No well Mobile, Distribution Ala., at 1241 feet Pliocene of the Caloosahatchie, Fla (Cuneocorbula) contracta Say, Jour Acad N S Phila., 2, p 312, 1822 DeKay, Nat Hist N Y., 5, p 241, pi 28, f 285, ; Conch Icon., Corbula, pi 4, f 27, '44; Holmes, Post-Pl Fos S C, p 56, pi 8, f 17, '60 Gould, Inv Mass., Binney's ed., p 90, f 377, '70; Dall, Bull 37, U S N M., p 70, pi I, f «, pi 59, f 10, '89 Tr W I S., 3, p 855, '98 Clark, Md Geol Surv., '43; Reeve, ;
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