Utah Fossil Cephalopod

References

 

 

Most of the information about fossil cephalopods in Utah came from the following publications.

         

Baker, A. A.,     1964, Geology of the Orem Quadrangle, Utah,     U.S.G.S. Map GQ-241    

     

Baker, A. A.,     1972, Geologic Map of the Bridalveil Falls Quadrangle, Utah, U.S.G.S. Map GQ-998     

                       

Barrois, Charles, and de Guerne, Jules,   1878, Description de quelques especes nouvelles de la Craie de l'est du Bassin de Paris      Societe Geologique du Nord Annales, v. 5, p. 42-64, 3 pls.


Brayard, A., Bruhwiler, T., Bucher, H. and Jenks, J., 2009, Guodunites, A Low-Palaeolatitude and Trans-Panthalassic Smithian (Early Triassic) Ammonoid Genus  Palaeontology, Vol. 52, Part 2, pp. 471-481


Brayard, A., Bylund, K. G., Jenks, J., Stephen, D. A., Olivier, N., Escarguel, G., Fara, E. & Vennin, E., 2013. Smithian ammonoid faunas from Utah: implications for Early Triassic biostratigraphy, correlations and basinal paleogeography. Swiss Journal of Paleontology 132:141-219

                       

Boule, M., Lemoine, P., and Thevenin, A., 1907, Cephalopodes Cretaces des environs de Diego-Suarez (Madagascar)     Annales Paleontologie, Vol. 2, Pt. 1, p. 1-56, pls. 1-8    

                       

Carr, T. R., and Paull, R. K., 1983, Early Triassic Stratigraphy and Paleogeography of the Cordilleran Miogeocline: in Reynolds, M. W. and Dolly, E. D., eds., Mesozoic Paleogeography of the West-Central United States   Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, Rocky Mountain Section, Denver, Colorado, pp. 39-55  

                       

Clark, D. L.,     1957, Marine Triassic Stratigraphy in Eastern Great Basin   A.A.P.G. Bulletin vol. 41 no. 10, p. 2192-2222    

 

Cobban, W. A.,    1951a, New Species of Baculites From the Upper Cretaceous of Montana and South Dakota,     Journal of Paleontology vol. 25, no. 6, p. 817-821, pl. 118

                       

Cobban, W. A.,    1951b, Scaphitoid Cephalopods of the Colorado Group,  U.S.G.S. Professional Paper 239, 42 p., 21 pls.    

                       

Cobban, W. A.,    1952, A new Upper Cretaceous Ammonite Genus from Wyoming and Utah Journal of Paleontology, Vol. 26, No. 5, p. 758-760. 1 pl.   

                       

Cobban, W. A.,    1953, A New Species of 'Prionocyclus' From the Upper Cretaceous Carlile Shale,      Journal of Paleontology Vol. 27 No. 3, p. 353-355, pl. 48  

                       

Cobban, W. A.,    1961, The Ammonite Family Binneyitidae Reeside in the Western Interior of the United States,      Journal of Paleontology Vol. 35, no. 4, p. 737-758, pls. 87-89   

                       

Cobban, W. A.,    1964, The Late Cretaceous Cephalopod HARESICERAS Reeside and its Possible Origin,  U.S.G.S. Professional Paper 454-I, 21 p., 3 pls.  

                       

Cobban, W. A.,    1969, The Late Cretaceous Ammonites 'Scaphites leei' Reeside and 'Scaphites hippocrepis'(Dekay) in the Western Interior of the United States, U.S.G.S. Professional Paper 619, 27 p., 5 pls.    

                       

Cobban, W. A.,    1976, Ammonite Record from the Mancos Shale of the Castle Valley-Price-Woodside Area, East-Central Utah, B.Y.U. Geology Studies Vol.22, Pt.3, p. 117-126  

                      

Cobban, W. A.,    1987, Some Middle Cenomanian (Upper Cretaceous) Acanthoceratid Ammonites from the Western Interior of the United States, U.S.G.S. Professional Paper 1445, 28 p., 13 pls. 

                       

Cobban, W. A.,    1988a, TARRANTOCERAS Stephenson and Related Ammonoid Genera from Cenomanian (Upper Cretaceous) Rocks in Texas and the Western Interior of the United States, U.S.G.S. Professional Paper 1473, 30 p., 10 pls.  

                       

Cobban, W. A.,    1988b, The Upper Cretaceous Ammonite 'Watinoceras' Warren in the Western Interior of the United States,      U.S.G.S. Bulletin 1788, 15 p., 4 pls.    

                       

Cobban, W. A.,    1988c, Ammonites in Clasts of the Juana Lopez Member of the Carlile Shale (Upper Cretaceous) near Pueblo, Colorado, U.S.G.S. Bulletin 1837-E, 5 p., 1 pl.    

                       

Cobban, W. A.,    1990, Ammonites and Some Characteristic Bivalves from the Upper Cretaceous Frontier Formation, Natrona County, Wyoming,    U.S.G.S. Bulletin 1917-B, 13 p., 11 pls. 

 

Cobban, W. A., and Hook, S. C.,     1979, 'Collignoniceras woollgari woollgari' (Mantell) ammonite fauna from Upper Cretaceous of Western Interior of the United States,      New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources Memoir 37, 51 p., 12 pl.  

                       

Cobban, W. A., and Hook, S. C.,     1980, The Upper Cretaceous (Turonian) Ammonite Family COILOPOCERATIDAE Hyatt in the Western Interior of the United States,    U.S.G.S. Professional Paper 1192, 28 p., 21 pls.   

                       

Cobban, W. A., and Kennedy, W. J.,  1991a, Evolution and Biogeography of the Cenomanian (Upper Cretaceous) Ammonite 'Metoicoceras' Hyatt, 1903, with a Revision of 'Metoicoceras praecox' Haas, 1949,    U.S.G.S. Bulletin 1934-B, p. B1-B11 pls. 1-6   

                       

Cobban, W. A., and Kennedy, W. J.,  1991b, 'Baculites thomi' Reeside, 1927, an Upper Cretaceous Ammonite in the Western Interior of the United States, U.S.G.S. Bulletin 1934-C, p. C1-C8 pls. 1-2

                       

Cobban, W. A., and Kennedy, W. J.,  1993, The Upper Cretaceous Dimorphic Pachydiscid Ammonite 'Menuites' in the Western Interior of the United States,    U.S.G.S. Professional Paper 1533, 14 pp., 14 pls.  

                       

Cobban, W. A., and Scott, G. R.,    1964, Multinodose Scaphitid Cephalopods from the lower part of the Pierre Shale and Equivalent Rocks in the Conterminous United States, U.S.G.S. Professional Paper 483-E, 13 p., 4 pls.  

                       

Cobban, W. A., and Scott, G. R.,    1972, Stratigraphy and Ammonite Fauna of the Graneros Shale and Greenhorn Limestone near Pueblo, Colo.,     U.S.G.S. Professional Paper 645, 108 p., 41 pls.

          

Cobban, W. A., Hook, S. C., and Kennedy W. J.,  1989, Upper Cretaceous rocks and ammonite faunas of Southwestern New Mexico, New Mexico Bureau of Mines & Mineral Resources Memoir 45, 137 p.     

                       

Cragin, F. W.,    1893, A contribution to the invertebrate paleontology of the Texas Cretaceous, Texas Geological Survey, 4th Annual Report, pt. 2, p. 139-246, pls. 24-46    

                       

Croneis, Carey,   1926, New Cephalopods from the Fayetteville Shale,    Harvard College Museum of Comparative Zoology Bull., vol. 67 no. 10, p. 341-352, 2 pls.

                       

Dane, C. H., Cobban, W. A., and Kauffman, E. G., 1966, Stratigraphy and Regional Relationships of a Reference Section for the Juana Lopez Member, Mancos Shale, in the San Juan Basin, New Mexico, U.S.G.S. Bulletin 1224-H, 15 p.


Dattilo, B. F.   1993, The Lower Ordovician Fillmore Formation of Western Utah - Storm dominated sedimentation on a passive margin, B.Y.U. Geology Studies Vol.39, Pt.1, p. 71-100     

                       

DeKay, J. E.,     1827, Report on several Multilocular Shells from the State of Delaware; with observations of a second specimen of the new fossil genus EURYPTERUS,    Lyceum Natural History New York Annals 2, p. 273-279 pl. 5    

                       

Diener, Carl,     1913, Triassic Faunae of Kashmir,   India Geol. Survey Mem., Palaeontologia Indica, n. ser., vol. 5, no. 1, p. 1-133, pls. 1-13  

                       

d'Orbigny, A.,    1850, Prodrome de Paleontologie stratigraphique universelle des animaux mollusques etrayonnes 2,     Masson, Paris, 428 p.
  

Drahovzal, J. A.,    1972, The Lower Carboniferous Ammonoid Genus Goniatites, Proceedings of the International Paleontological Union, XIII International Geological Congress, Prague 1968, Section 2 - Evolution, p.15-52
                     

Elias, M. K.,     1956, Upper Mississippian and Lower Pennsylvanian Formations of South-Central Oklahoma: in Petroleum Geology of Southern Oklahoma Vol. 1      Sponsored by Ardmore Geol. Soc., Tulsa, AAPG, p. 56-134, 6 pls.     

                       

Etheridge, R.,    1904, Cretaceous Fossils of Natal. 1. The Umkwelane Deposit Report of the Geological Survey of Natal and Zululand 1, pp. 71-93, pls. 1-3   

                       

Fisher, D. J., Erdmann, C. E., and Reeside, J. B. Jr., 1960, Cretaceous and Tertiary Formations of the Book Cliffs, Carbon, Emery and Grand Counties, Utah, and Garfield and Mesa Counties Colorado, U.S.G.S. Professional Paper 332, 80 p.  

           

Flower, R. H.,    1962, Part I - Revision of BUTTSOCERAS,   New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources  Memoir 10

     

Flower, R. H.,    1964a, The Nautiloid Order ELLESMEROCERATIDA (Cephalopoda), New Mexico Bureau of Mines & Mineral Resources Memoir 12, 234 p.

                       

Flower, R. H.,    1964b, Nautiloid Shell Morphology,  New Mexico Bureau of Mines & Mineral Resources Memoir 13, 76 p., 6 pls. 

                       

Flower, R. H.,    1968a, Part I - The First Great Expansion of the ACTINOCEROIDS,   New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources  Memoir 19, p. 1-16, pls. 1-15  

                       

Flower, R. H.,    1968b, Part II -Some Additional Whiterock Cephalopods, New Mexico Bureau Of Mines & Mineral Resources    Memoir 19, p. 17-55, pls. 16-30     

                       

Flower, R. H.,    1971, Cephalopods of the Whiterock Stage, Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology    no. 3, p. 101-111, 2 pls.

                       

Flower, R. H.,    1976, Part II - Some Whiterock and Chazy Endoceroids, New Mexico Bureau Of Mines & Mineral Resources    Memoir 28, p. 13-36, pls. 6-11

                       

Flower, R. H., and Gordon, M., Jr., 1959, More Mississippian Belemnites, Journal of Paleontology Vol. 33 no. 5, p. 809-842, pls. 112-116 

                       

Furnish, W. M., and Saunders, B. C., 1971, Ammonoids from the Middle Chester Beech Creek Limestone, St. Clair County,  Univ. of Kansas Paleontological Contributions, 51, p. 1-14 

                       

Geinitz, H. B.,   1850, Das Quadersandsteingebirge oder Kreidegebirge in Deutschland,      Craz and Gerlach, Freiberg, 293 p., 12 pls.


Guex, Jean, Alexandre Hungerbühler, James F. Jenks, Luis O’Dogherty, Viorel Atudorei, David G. Taylor, Hugo Bucher, Annachiara Bartolini, 2010, SPATHIAN (LOWER TRIASSIC) AMMONOIDS FROM WESTERN USA (IDAHO, CALIFORNIA, UTAH AND NEVADA), Mémoire de Géologie (Lausanne), n°49


Guex, J., Hungerbuhler, A., Jenks, J., Taylor, D., Bucher, H., 2005, Dix-huet nouveaux genres d'ammonites du Spathien (Trias inferieur) de l'Ouest americain (Idaho, Nevada, Utah et Californie) Note preliminaire. Bull. Geol. Lausanne 362, Numero Special, Mai 2005  

                      

Guex, J., Hungerbuhler, A., Jenks, J., Taylor, D., Bucher, H., 2005, Dix-neuf nouvelles especes du Spathien (Trias inferieur) de l'Ouest americain (Idaho, Nevada, Utah et Californie) Note preliminaire. Bull. Geol. Lausanne 363, Numero Special, Mai 2005

Gil, A. V., 1988, Whiterock (Lower Middle Ordovician) Cephalopod Fauna from the Ibex Area, Millard County, Western Utah, New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Rescources Memoir 44, p. 27-59, figs. 11-19     

                       

Gill, J. R., and Cobban, W. A.,     1973, Stratigraphy and Geologic History of the Montana Group and Equivalent Rocks, Montana, Wyoming, and North and South Dakota,     U.S.G.S. Professional Paper 776, 37 p.

           

Gillette, D. D., and Hayden, M. C., 1997, A Preliminary Inventory of Paleontological Resources within the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Utah, Utah Geological Survey Circular 96, 34 p.    

                       

Girty, G. H.,     1909, The Fauna of the Caney Shale of Oklahoma, U.S.G.S. Bull. 377, 106 p., 13 pls.    

                       

Girty, G. H.,     1911, The Fauna of the Moorefield Shale of Arkansas,  U.S.G.S. Bull. 439, 148 p., 15 pls.  

                       

Gordon, Mackenzie, Jr., 1957, Mississippian Cephalopods of Northern and Eastern Alaska, U.S.G.S. Professional Paper 283, 61 p., 6 pls. 

                       

Gordon, Mackenzie, Jr., 1960, Some American Mid-Continent Carboniferous Cephalopods, Journal of Paleontology Vol. 34, no. 1, p. 133-151, pls. 27-28     

                       

Gordon, Mackenzie, Jr., 1965, Carboniferous Cephalopods of Arkansas,    U.S.G.S. Professional Paper 460, 322 p., 30 pls.   

                       

Gordon, Mackenzie, Jr., 1971a, Primative Squid Gladii from the Permian of Utah,     U.S.G.S. Professional Paper 750-C, p. C34-C38     

                       

Gordon, Mackenzie, Jr., 1971b, GONIATITES AMERICANUS n.sp., A Late Meramec (Mississippian) Index Fossil,     U.S.G.S. Professional Paper 750-C, p. C39-C43  

                       

Gordon, Mackenzie, Jr., 1986, Late Kinderhookian (Early Mississippian) Ammonoids of the Western United States,  The Paleontological Society Memoir 19,   

                       

Gordon, Mackenzie, Jr., 1964, California Carboniferous Cephalopods,     U.S.G.S. Professional Paper 483-A, p.A1-A14, 4 pls.

                       

Gordon, Mackenzie, Jr., and Duncan, H. M., 1970, Biostratigraphy and Correlation, in, Tooker, E.W. and Roberts, R.J., Upper Paleozoic Rocks in the Oquirrh Mountains and Bingham Mining District, Utah,   U.S.G.S. Professional Paper 629-A, p. A38-A57  

                       

Gordon, Mackenzie, Jr., and Yochelson, E. L., 1987,   Late Mississippian Gastropods of the Chainman Shale, West-Central Utah,  U.S.G.S. Professional Paper 1368, 112 p., 9 pls.     

           

Gregory, H. E.,   1952, Geology and Geography of the Zion Park Region, Utah and Arizona,      U.S.G.S. Professional Paper 220, 220 p.  

                       

Haas, Otto, 1946, Intraspecific Variation in, and Ontogeny of PRIONOTROPIS WOOLGARI and PRIONOCYCLUS WYOMINGENSIS,    American Museum of Natural History Bulletin vol. 86, article 4, p. 141-224, pls. 11-24 

                       

Hall, James, and Whitfield, R. P.,  1877, Paleontology,     U.S. Geol. Explor. 40th Parallel (King) Rept., vol. 4, pt. 2, p. 197-302, pls. 1-7    

     

Hintze, L. F.,  1951, Lower Ordovician Detailed Stratigraphic Sections for Western Utah,      U.G.M.S. Bulletin 39, 99 p.

Hintze, L. F.,  1973, Lower and Middle Ordovician Stratigraphic Sections in the Ibex area, Millard County, Utah,  B.Y.U. Geology Studies, v. 20 pt. 4

                       

Hintze, L. F.,  1988, Geologic History of Utah,  B.Y.U. Geology Studies Special Publication 7, 202 p. 


Hintze, L. F., and Davis, F. D.,  2003  Geology of Millard County, Utah,  U.G.S. Bulletin 133


Hintze, L. F., and Kowallis, B. J., 2009  Geologic History of Utah,  B.Y.U.Geology StudiesSpecial Publication 9 

                       

Hoggan, R. D.,    1970, Paleontology and Paleoecology of the Curtis Formation in the Uinta Mt. Area, Daggett Co. Utah,   B.Y.U. Geology Studies Vol. 17 Part 2, p. 31-65, 7 pls.    

                       

Hook, S. C., and Cobban, W. A.,     1979, PRIONOCYCLUS NOVIMEXICANUS (Marcou)-Common Upper Cretaceous Guide Fossil in New Mexico,    New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resourses Annual Report 1977-1978, p. 34-42  

                       

Hook, S. C., and Cobban, W. A.,     1980, Some Guide Fossils in Upper Cretaceous Juana Lopez Member of Mancos and Carlile Shales, New Mexico,      New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resourses Annual Report 1978-1979

                       

Hook, S. C., and Flower, R. H.,     1976, Tajaroceras and the Origin of the Troedssonellidae, Journal of Paleontology Vol. 50, p. 293-300, 2 pls.  

                       

Hook, S. C., and Flower, R. H.,     1977, Late Canadian (Zones J, K) Cephalopod Faunas From Southwestern United States,   New Mexico Bureau Of Mines & Mineral Resources    Memoir 32

                       

Hose, R. K., 1966, Devonian Stratigraphy of the Confusion Range, West-Central Utah, U.S.G.S. Professional Paper 550-B, p. B36-B41     

           

Hose, R. K., and Repenning, C. A.,  1959, Stratigraphy of Pennsylvanian, Permian, and Lower Triassic Rocks of Confusion Range, West-Central Utah, A.A.P.G. Bulletin vol. 43, no. 9, p. 2167-2196  

                       

House, M. R.,     1962, Observations on the Ammonoid Succession of the North American Devonian, Journal of Paleontology Vol. 36, p. 260    

                       

Hyatt, A.,  1903, Pseudoceratites of the Cretaceous: edited by T. W. Stanton, U.S.G.S. Monograph 44, 351 p., 47 pls.  

                       

Hyatt, A., and Smith, J. P.,  1905, The Triassic Cephalopod Genera of America, U.S.G.S. Professional Paper 40, 394 p.

                       

Imlay, R. W.,     1962, Late Bajocian Ammonites from the Cook Inlet Region, Alaska, U.S.G.S. Professional Paper 418-A, p. A1-A15, 5 pls.    

                       

Imlay, R. W.,     1967, Twin Creek Limestone (Jurassic) in the Western Interior of the United States, U.S.G.S. Professional Paper 540, 105 p., 16 pls.   

                       

Imlay, R. W.,     1980, Jurassic Paleobiogeography of the Conterminous United States in its Continental Setting,    U.S.G.S. Professional Paper 1062, 134 p. 

                       

Imlay, R. W.,     1982, Jurassic (Oxfordian and Late Callovian) Ammonites from the Western Interior Region of the United States,     U.S.G.S. Professional Paper 1232, 44 p., 26 pls.


Jenks, J. F.,     2007, Smithian (Early Triassic) Ammonoid Biostratigraphy at Crittenden Springs, Elko County, Nevada and a New  Ammonoid From the Meekoceras Gracilitatis Zone, in, Lucas S. G. and Spielmann, J. A. eds., Triassic of the American West, New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin 40

                       

Katich, P. J., Jr.,     1951, The Stratigraphy and Paleontology of the Pre-Niobrara Upper Cretaceous Rocks of Castle Valley, Utah,  Ohio State University, Ph.D. Thesis

                       

Kauffman, E. G.,  1977, Illustrated Guide to Biostratigraphically Important Cretaceous Macrofossils, Western Interior Basin, U.S.A.,   The Mt. Geologist vol. 14 nos. 3-4, p. 225-274  

                       

Kennedy, W. J.,   1984, Systematic Palaeontology and Stratigraphic Distribution of the Ammonite Faunas of the French Coniacian,  The Palaeontological Association (London), Special Papers in Palaeontology No. 31, xxx p. 33 pls. 

                       

Kennedy, W. J.,   1988, Late Cenomanian and Turonian Ammonite Faunas from North-East and Central Texas, The Palaeontological Association (London), Special Papers in Palaeontology No. 39, 131 p., 24 pls.    

           

Kennedy, W. J., and Cobban, W. A.,  1991, Coniacian Ammonite Faunas from the United States Western Interior, The Palaeontological Association (London), Special Papers in Palaeontology No. 45, 96 p., 17 pls.


Kennedy, W. J., Cobban, W. A., and  Landman, N. H.,  2001, A Revision of the Turonian Members of the Ammonite Subfamily Collignoniceratidae from the United States Western Interior and Gulf Coast, American Museum of Natural History Bulletin 267, 148 p., 124 fig., 13 tab.

 

Kennedy, W. J., Hancock, J. M., Cobban, W. J., Landman, N. H., 2004, A revision of the ammonite types described in F. Roemer's 'Die Kreidebildungen von Texas und ihre organischen Einschlusse' (1852), Acta Geologica Polonica, vol. 54 No. 4, pp.433-445

                       

Kennedy, W. J., and Wright, C. W.,  1983, 'Ammonites polyopsis' Dujardin, 1837 and the Cretaceous Ammonite Family Placenticeratidae Hyatt, 1900,   Palaeontology vol. 26 part 4, p. 855-873, pls. 85-87  
  

Kennedy, W. J., Wright, C. W., and Klinger, H. C.,    1983, Cretaceous Faunas from Zululand and Natal, South Africa, The Ammonite Subfamily BARROISICERATINAE Basse, 1947,      Annals of the South African Museum, vol. 90 part 6, p. 241-324, 51 figs.


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Kullman, J., Korn, D., and Petersen, M. S.,     2000, GONIAT Database System, version 2.90, Tubingen

                       

Kummel, B., 1953, American Triassic Coiled Nautiloids U.S.G.S. Professional Paper 250, 104 p., 19 pls.

                       

Kummel, B., 1954, Triassic Stratigraphy of Southeastern Idaho and Adjacent Areas,   U.S.G.S. Professional Paper 254-H, 194 p.   

                       

Kummel, B., 1969, Ammonoids of the Late Scythian (Lower Triassic), Bulletin Museum of Comparative   Zoology Vol.137 no. 3, p. 311-701

                       

Kummel, B., 1973, Lower Triassic (Scythian) Molluscs. in 'Atlas of Palaeobiogeography' (A. Hallam, ed.),     Elsevier, Amsterdam, p. 225-233    

                       

Kummel, B., and Erben, H. K., 1968, Lower and Middle Triassic Cephalopods from Afganistan, Palaeontographica Band 129 (A), p. 95-148

                       

Kummel, B., and Steele, G.,   1962, Ammonites from the MEEKOCERAS GRACILITATUS Zone at Crittenden Spring, Elko County, Nevada,   Journal of Paleontology vol. 36, no. 4, p. 638-703, pls. 99-104

                       

Lawrence, J. C., Herman, G., and Elison, J. H., 1966, North American Distribution of the Turonian (Late Cretaceous) Ammonite MAMMITES NODOSOIDES (Schlotheim), Geological Society of America Special Paper 87, p. 293   

 

Lucas, S. G., Goodspeed, T. H., and Estep, J. W., 2007, Ammonoid Biostratigraphy of the Lower Triassic Sinbad Formation, East-Central Utah, in, Lucas S. G. and Spielmann, J. A. eds., Triassic of the American West, New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin 40

 

Lucas, S. G., Krainer, K., and Milner, A. R. C., 2007, The Type Section and Age of the Timpoweap Member and Stratigraphic Nomenclature of the Triassic Moenkopi Group in Southwestern Utah, in, Lucas S. G. and Spielmann, J. A. eds., Triassic of the American West, New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin 40

                       

Mantell, Gideon,  1822, The fossils of the South Downs, or illustrations of the geology of Sussex, Lupton Relfe, London, 327 p., 42 pl.   

           

Marcou, Jules,    1858, Geology of North America; with two reports on the prairies of Arkansas and Texas, the Rocky Mountains of New Mexico, and the Sierra Nevada of California, Zurcher and Furrer, Zurich, 144 p., ills.

                       

Mathews, Asa A. L.,     1929, The Lower Triassic Cephalopod Fauna of the Fort Douglas Area, Utah, Walker Museum Memoirs Vol.1 No.1 University of Chicago Press, 46 p., 11 pls. 

                       

McCaleb, J. A., Quinn, J. H., and Furnish, W. M.,     1964, The Ammonoid Family Girtyoceratidae in the Southern Midcontinent,   Oklahoma Geological Survey, Circ. 67, 41 p., 4 pls.     

                       

Mckee, E. D.,     1954, Stratigraphy and History of the Moenkopi Formation of Triassic Age, Geological Society of America Memoir 61, 133 p.

                       

Mclearn, F. H.,   1927, Some Canadian Jurassic Faunas, Royal Society Canada Proc. and Trans., 3d ser., v. 21, sec. 4, p. 61-73, pl. 1  

                       

Mclearn, F. H.,   1928, New Jurassic Ammonoidea from the Fernie Formation, Alberta, Canada National Museum Bull. 49, Geol. ser., no. 48, p. 19-22, pls. 4-8 

                       

Meek, F. B.,      1860, Appendix J. Report on the Palaeontological Collections of the Survey. inTerritory of Utah ***, University of Nevada Press (1983 reprint), p. 339-373, 5 pls. Simpson, J. H., 1876, Report of Explorations Across the Great Basin of the

                       

Meek, F. B.,      1876a, Descriptions of the Cretaceous fossils collected on the San Juan exploring expedition under Capt. J.N. Macomb, U.S. Engineers, in Macomb, J.N., Report on the exploring expedition from Santa Fe*** in 1859   U.S. Engineering Department, p. 119-133, 2 pls. 

                       

Meek, F. B.,      1876b, Invertebrate Cretaceous and Tertiary fossils of the upper Missouri country, U.S. Geological Survey of the Territories Report, v. 9, 629 p. 45 pls.    

                       

Meek, F. B., and Hayden, F. V.,     1860, Descriptions of new organic remains from the Tertiary, Cretaceous and Jurassic rocks of Nebraska, Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, Proceedings, v. 12, p. 175-185   

                       

Meek, F. B., and Hayden, F. V.,     1862, Descriptions of new Cretaceous fossils from Nebraska Territory, collected by the expedition sent out by the government under the command of Lieut. John Mullan ***,    Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia Proceedings, vol. 14, p. 21-28     

                       

Mikesh, D. L., Glenister, B. F., and Furnish, W. M.,  1988, Stenolobulites n. gen., Early Permian ancestor of predominantly Late Permian paragastrioceratid subfamily pseudogastrioceratidae, Univ. of Kansas Paleontological Contributions, 123, p. 1-19

                 

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