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Bony Fishes of Maryland and Virginia: accurate?

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Hello All, a friend recently recommended this site to me who lives right down in Calvert itself. He recommended it to me if I wanted to learn more about Maryland Fossils. My question to you all is: is this source present-time and accurate? It was published this year, but may contain information from previous years that has now been proven different. Thank you all because I am eager to learn!

 

Site itself:https://www.researchgate.net/publication/327907444_Miocene_bony_fishes_from_the_Calvert_Choptank_St_Marys_and_Eastover_Formations_Chesapeake_Group_Maryland_and_Virginia

 

PDF is available for downloads. Thanks in advance.

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jpc

I don't kniow the first author, but the second author, Stephen Godfrey in a Tertiary fish specialist.  This is good info.  

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Fossildude19

Published in 2018, so yeah, that's fairly recent. ;)  :P 

Can't help with the accuracy, though. :( 

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