The San Angelo Formation, Permian of Texas, and Its Vertebrates

@article{Olson1953TheSA,
  title={The San Angelo Formation, Permian of Texas, and Its Vertebrates},
  author={Everett Claire Olson and James R. Beerbower},
  journal={The Journal of Geology},
  year={1953},
  volume={61},
  pages={389 - 423}
}
A vertebrate fauna has been obtained from the San Angelo formation, Permian, of Hardeman and Foard counties, Texas. This formation, which is composed of sandstones, red shales, and conglomerates, is considered to be of earliest middle Permian age. It appears to have been deposited by a series of major streams with three different source areas. The environment of deposition was deltaic, and beds seem to have been laid down under alternating wet and dry conditions. Eight genera of vertebrates, a… 

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