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Mollusks from the Pepper Shale Member of the Woodbine Formation, McLennan County, Texas

Lloyd William Stephenson

Mollusks from the Pepper Shale Member of the Woodbine Formation, McLennan County, Texas

by Lloyd William Stephenson

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Published by U.S. Government Printing Office in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mollusks, Fossil -- Texas -- McLennan County.,
  • Paleontology -- Cretaceous.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Lloyd William Stephenson.
    SeriesU.S. Geological Survey professional paper -- 243-E, Shorter contributions to general geology
    ContributionsGeological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination57-68 p. :
    Number of Pages68
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20591870M

    Mollusks from the Pepper Shale Member of the Woodbine Formation, McLennan County, Texas. Lloyd William Stephenson: Washington, U.S. Govt. Print. Off.; Middle Campanian Ammonites and Inoceramids from the Wolfe City Sand in Northeastern Texas * W. A. Cobban and W. J. Kennedy. PP E / Stephenson, L. W. / MOLLUSKS FROM THE PEPPER SHALE MEMBER OF THE WOODBINE FORMATION, MCLENNAN COUNTY, TEXAS, , pb, 9 pages, 1 plate, $ 5 PP F / Hass, W. H. / CONODONTS OF THE BARNETT FORMATION OF TEXAS, , pb, 25 pages, 3 plates, 4 figs., 1 table, $ 8.

    GEOLEX. Summary of Citation Mollusks from the Pepper Shale Member of the Woodbine Formation, McLennan County, Texas, IN Shorter contributions to general geology, U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper, E, p. EE67 Not used in this report. "Grayson marl (formerly Del Rio clay)" of Comanche series reported to unconformably. USGS Professional Papers - Vertebrates Mollusks from the Pepper Shale Member of the Woodbine Formation, McLennan County, Texas; F - Conodonts of the Barnett Formation of Texas; G - Auditory Region in North American Fossil Felidae: Its Significance in Phylogeny; H - Cranial Morphology of some Oligocene Artiodactyla].

    PP E / Stephenson, L. W. / MOLLUSKS FROM THE PEPPER SHALE MEMBER OF THE WOODBINE FORMATION, MCLENNAN COUNTY, TEXAS, , pb, 9 pages, 1 plate, $ 5 PP A / Sohn, I. G. / OSTRACODA FROM THE PERMIAN OF THE GLASS MOUNTAINS, TEXAS, , pb, 24 pages, 5 plates, 2 figs., $   Pepper Shale Member. Localities – The Pepper Shale is a black, unctuous (soapy) or greasy claystone composed mostly of montmorillonite, sometimes stained yellowish with jarosite and containing selenite. The Pepper is probably the least stable rock unit in Texas, but fortunately, it is only 1 to meters (3 to 5 feet) thick in Austin.


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General Information. Title: Mollusks from the Pepper shale member of the Woodbine formation, McLennan County, Texas Author(s): Stephenson, L.W.

Publishing Organization: U.S. Geological Survey Series and Number: Professional Paper E [67] Larger Work: Shorter contributions to general geology, Publication Date: Cross Section: None. Pepper shale member of Woodbine formation. Rank reduced to member of Woodbine formation. Thickness feet.

Unconformably underlies Eagle Ford shale; unconformably overlies Grayson marl (formerly Del Rio clay). Mollusks described. Fossil evidence confirms conclusion that the Pepper shale is southward extension of the Woodbine and probably an extension of Lewisville member.

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Stephenson: Books - or: L. Stephenson. Shorter Contributions to General Geology [Anon] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Shorter Contributions to General Geology Author of Probable reklaw age of a ferruginous conglomerate in Eastern Texas, The Cretaceous-Eocene contact in the Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain, Larger invertebrate fossils of the Woodbine formation (Cenomanian) of Texas, Mollusks from the Pepper shale member of the Woodbine formation, McLennan County, Texas, Geology and ground waters of northeastern Arkansas, Some Upper.

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