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Re: Hell Creek (long)

On Fri, 31 May 2002 10:42:00  
 Danvarner wrote:
>In a message dated 5/31/02 10:33:16 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
>jbois@umd5.umd.edu writes:
><< I think you've done this before--excuse
>repeats--where on Earth one would look for early Cenozoic mosasaurs,
>ammonites, pterosaurs, enantiornithines, ichtyosaurs, plesiosaurs? >>
>       Here in New Jersey. Then there's the Paleocene Cannonball Sea up in 
>North Dakota. I've looked there. Just shark teeth. I imagine there are lots 
>of places. Ichthyosaurs were already extinct. DV

What about the Paleocene Clayton Formation of Alabama and nearby states?  Here 
in Illinois we have a very narrow Clayton bed in the extreme southern portion 
of the state.  Most of the fossils are microscopic, but a few years back a nice 
vertebrate site (mainly shark and crocodile teeth) was found.  No mosasaurs 
that I know of. :-)


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