Hidden Valley Dolomite

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The Hidden Valley Dolomite is a Silurian-Devonian stratigraphic unit in the western United States. Outcrops of the formation's Lippincott Member in Death Valley National Park has produced fossils of the fishes Panamintaspis snowi and Blieckaspis priscillae along with the remains of other jawless fishes and a small arthrodire placoderm.[1]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ "Death Valley National Park," Hunt, Santucci, and Kenworthy (2010); page 63.

References[edit]

  • Hunt, ReBecca K., Vincent L. Santucci and Jason Kenworthy. 2006. "A preliminary inventory of fossil fish from National Park Service units." in S.G. Lucas, J.A. Spielmann, P.M. Hester, J.P. Kenworthy, and V.L. Santucci (ed.s), Fossils from Federal Lands. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin 34, pp. 63–69.