Stratigraphic range: Carboniferous
|Sub-units||Caddo Creek, Graford, Palo Pinto, Wolf Mountain Shale & Winchell Formations|
The Canyon Group is a geologic group in Texas. It preserves fossils dating back to the Carboniferous period. It contains the Caddo Creek, Graford, Palo Pinto, Wolf Mountain Shale and Winchell Formations.
See also[edit | edit source]
Others articles of the Topic Texas : Eddy Shell, Joe A. Guerra, J. Allen Carnes, Pat M. Baskin, Roberta Haynes, Julian Edwin Bailes Sr., Roy Barrera Jr.
Others articles of the Topic Paleontology : List of the prehistoric life of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ornithomimipus
References[edit | edit source]
- Canyon Group at Fossilworks.org
- Schneider, Brownwood Spillway: B 30 at Fossilworks.org
- B.E.G. 119-T-32 (Q-7), northeast of Cundiff at Fossilworks.org
- Lake Bridgeport, loc. 5 at Fossilworks.org
- Asteroidea, Wolf Mountain shale, Lake Bridgeport, Wise County at Fossilworks.org
- Small Prodentalium from Texas at Fossilworks.org
Further reading[edit | edit source]
- F. B. Plummer and G. Scott. 1937. Upper Paleozoic ammonites in Texas. The University of Texas Bulletin 3701:1-516
- J. K. Rigby, M. G. McKinzie, and B. B. Britt. 2008. Pennsylvanian sponges from the Graford Formation, Wise County, Texas. Journal of Paleontology 82(3):492-510
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