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Mammals (rodents, insectivores, marsupials and carnivores) from the Eocene/Oligocene M&M Ranch in Nebraska


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MarcoSr

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PALUDICOLA SCIENTIFIC CONTRIBUTIONS of the ROCHESTER INSTITUTE OF VERTEBRATE PALEONTOLOGY Special Issue VOLUME 13 NUMBER 4 1 MAY 2022

"Fossil mammals from ant mounds situated on exposures of the Big Cottonwood Creek Member of the Chadron Formation (latest Eocene-early Oligocene), Sioux County, Nebraska  - William W. Korth, Clint A. Boyd, Jeff J. Person, and Deborah K. Anderson"

 

 

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/361037651_Fossil_mammals_from_ant_mounds_situated_on_exposures_of_the_Big_Cottonwood_Creek_Member_of_the_Chadron_Formation_latest_Eocene-early_Oligocene_Sioux_County_Nebraska

 

 

Marco Sr.

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Randyw

Cool! Thanks for the link!

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MarcoSr

  The mammal specimens in this thread were just written about in National Geographic.  My sons and I were mentioned as well as TFF.  See the below link:

 

 

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/article/fossil-finding-ants-amass-huge-haul-of-ancient-creatures?fbclid=IwAR2A8iCGSmkk0T1-MFDkOjudsvDEtNdprn_JnO8nsxS33YSQiCW6v1nOKHM

 

 

Marco Sr.

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Wow! Congratulations!

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Kudos! Marco!

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ThePhysicist

Congrats!

For those who don't have a subscription to NG (or don't care to enter their email), I found that quickly Ctrl+P'ing the page will allow you to make a readable PDF of the article.

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FossilDAWG

Nice writeup.  Thanks @MarcoSrfor all your contributions to this interesting work.

 

Don

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doushantuo

THX for the thread,Marco.

As  someone once said: "Reasons to be Cheerful"

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All your efforts are reaping continued dividends.

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Cheers.

 

-Ken

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That is awesome, Marco! It must be cool knowing that there is an article about it! Thank you for sharing the article with us! :)

 

-Micah

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