The Early-Late Hemphillian (Hh2) faunal assemblage from Juchipila Basin, state of Zacatecas, Mexico, and its biochronologic correlation with other Hemphillian faunas in central Mexico

@article{CarranzaCastaeda2013TheEH,
  title={The Early-Late Hemphillian (Hh2) faunal assemblage from Juchipila Basin, state of Zacatecas, Mexico, and its biochronologic correlation with other Hemphillian faunas in central Mexico},
  author={{\'O}scar Carranza-Casta{\~n}eda and J. J. Aranda-Gomez and Xiaoming Wang and Alexander Iriondo},
  journal={Contributions in science},
  year={2013}
}
A fairly extensive fossil collection was recovered from the sediments in the central part of the Juchipila graben, which represents the oldest Hemphillian (Hh2) mammalian faunal assemblage so far documented in central Mexico. A large number of fossils of the equid Calippus (Grammohippus) hondurensis were used to correlate the Juchipila local fauna with other isolated Hemphillian records in central Mexico. A skull fragment collected in Juchipila may be referred to Dinohippus mexicanus based on… Expand
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