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Ficus praetrinervis

Ficus praetrinervis Knowlt. Profess. Pap. U.S. Geol. Surv., 1917, (101): 263, 304. May 1918
Name
Ficus praetrinervis
Rank
Species
Generic Name
[Genus] Ficus
Authors (Pub.)
Knowlton F. H.  
Publication
Fossil floras of the Vermejo and Raton formations of Colorado and New Mexico [1918/5]
Journal
Professional Papers United States Geological Survey
Annee/Jahrgang
1917
Issue
101
Page number
263, 304
Year
1918

Fossil Status
leaves

Stratigraphy
Upper Cretaceous
Strat. comment
Palaeocene
Location
Canon City field, Colo., Coal Creek, near Rockvale; Rockvale, Colo.; Canon City field; Spring Canyon, locality 124, Vermejo Park, N. Mex.; locality 136, near La Veta, Colo.; Starkville, Colo.; dump of mine 6, Forbes, Colo.; dump of Gray Creek mine, Colo.; Cuatro, in Tercio Park, Colo.; Spring Canyon, locality 124, Vermejo Park, N. Mex.; Simpson's mine, 3 miles south of Walsenburg, Colo.; roof of Cameron mine, 3 miles south of Walsenburg, Colo. Raton formation: Riley Canyon, one-half mile north of Cokedale, Colo., 100 feet above the base of the Raton Formation; Wootton, Colo., 50 to 100 feet above Wootton coal; 2 miles southeast of Dean, Colo.; Riley Canyon, one-half mile north of Cokedale, Colo.; Wootton, Colo., 50 to 100 feet above the Wootton coal; hogback 2 miles southeast of Dean, Colo. in slide rock 200 feet above lowest coal.
Paleoregion
America (North)
Data for Not defined
Repository
National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, USA
Repository Number
USNM P 34493, USNM P 34494, USNM P 34495, USNM P 51135, USNM P 51384

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