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Cinnabar Mine vertebrate fauna dataset - Neotoma Dataset 4736

Neotoma Dataset 4736

Cinnabar Mine vertebrate fauna dataset

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Constituent Database: FAUNMAP

Dataset Type: vertebrate fauna

Latitude: 29.3222222

Longitude: -103.6125

Age Range: 11500 – 110000

Description: No description provided

Affiliated Researchers

Name Affiliation Contribution
Graham, Mary Ann NA DataCurator
Grimm, Eric Christopher University of Minnesota, Department of Earth Sciences, 310 Pillsbury Drive SE, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455-0231, USA DataCurator
Harris, Arthur H. UTEP Biodiversity Collections,, Centennial Museum, , and Department of Biological Sciences, University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, TX 79968, USA Researcher
Ray, Clayton E. NA Researcher
Wilson, Don E. Division of Mammals, National Museum of Natural History, Washington, DC 20013-7012, USA Researcher


publicationid citation
2403 Harris, A. H. 1985. Late Pleistocene vertebrate paleoecology of the west. University of Texas Press, Austin.
3111 Ray, C. E., and D. E. Wilson. 1979. Evidence for Macrotus californicus from Terlingua, Texas. Texas Tech University Museum, Occasional Papers 57:1-10.

Data Citation


Harris, Arthur H., Ray, Clayton E., Wilson, Don E.. 2013. Cinnabar Mine vertebrate fauna dataset. In, FAUNMAP. Neotoma Paleoecological Database. URL:


  author={Harris, Arthur H., Ray, Clayton E., Wilson, Don E.},
  title={Cinnabar Mine vertebrate fauna dataset},
  publisher={Neotoma Paleoecological Database},

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