Reeve's Bonebed

Reeve's Bonebed is a geological formation in Presidio County, Texas, with the coordinates of 29.9° N, 104.2° W.wikipedia
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Gustafsonia

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The type specimen or holotype was discovered in Reeve's bonebed, western Texas, in the Chambers Tuff Formation in 1986.

Presidio County, Texas

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Reeve's Bonebed is a geological formation in Presidio County, Texas, with the coordinates of 29.9° N, 104.2° W. It consists of fossiliferous sedimentary rock dating from the late Eocene and early Oligocene.

Texas

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Reeve's Bonebed is a geological formation in Presidio County, Texas, with the coordinates of 29.9° N, 104.2° W. It consists of fossiliferous sedimentary rock dating from the late Eocene and early Oligocene.

Fossil

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Reeve's Bonebed is a geological formation in Presidio County, Texas, with the coordinates of 29.9° N, 104.2° W. It consists of fossiliferous sedimentary rock dating from the late Eocene and early Oligocene.

Sedimentary rock

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Reeve's Bonebed is a geological formation in Presidio County, Texas, with the coordinates of 29.9° N, 104.2° W. It consists of fossiliferous sedimentary rock dating from the late Eocene and early Oligocene.

Eocene

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Reeve's Bonebed is a geological formation in Presidio County, Texas, with the coordinates of 29.9° N, 104.2° W. It consists of fossiliferous sedimentary rock dating from the late Eocene and early Oligocene.

Oligocene

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Reeve's Bonebed is a geological formation in Presidio County, Texas, with the coordinates of 29.9° N, 104.2° W. It consists of fossiliferous sedimentary rock dating from the late Eocene and early Oligocene.

Invertebrate

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A few invertebrate fossils are also present.

University of Texas at Austin

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The University of Texas has a large collection of fossils from Reeve's Bonebed which represent numerous different taxonomic groups.

Even-toed ungulate

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Merycoidodontoidea

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Bathygenys

Hundreds of brain casts, mainly from Bathygenys, were recovered from Reeve's Bonebed.

Protoceratidae

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Rodent

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Odd-toed ungulate

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