Channing ( of the United States)

Also known as Evans and Meade Locality 2

Where: Hartley County, Texas (35.7° N, 102.3° W: paleocoordinates 35.8° N, 101.7° W)

• coordinate based on political unit

• small collection-level geographic resolution

When: Blancan (4.9 - 1.8 Ma)

• said to be Blancan

Environment/lithology: terrestrial

Primary reference: C. S. Johnston and D. E. Savage. 1955. University of California Publications in Geological Sciences 31(2) [J. Alroy/J. Alroy]more details

PaleoDB collection 20035: authorized by John Alroy, entered by John Alroy on 26.03.1995, edited by Jonathan Marcot

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Taxonomic list

• Rita Blanca Creek is also known as Mustang Creek
includes "several" F:AM quarries and collections of three other museums
said by Evans and Meade 1945 to be "8 miles west of Channing" in Hartley Co. and to include Giganotcamelus and Stegomastodon
not the same as Red Corral (see) but there is a chance that Red Corral is included in this "locality"
possibly relevant: "Trigonictis macrodon" Anderson 1984: "near Channing" Homotherium sp. - "Ischyrosmilus ischyrus": Kurten and Anderson 1980, from "Channing"
 Perissodactyla - Equidae
Nannippus cf. peninsulatus1 Cope 1885 hipparionine horse
"Equus cf. simplicidens" = Plesippus simplicidens Cope 1892 horse
 Carnivora - Canidae
Cerdocyon texanus n. sp.2 Tedford et al. 2009 crab-eating fox
"Ogallala Group (latest Hem- phillian), 6.4 km southwest of Channing, Hartley County, Texas."
 Proboscidea - Gomphotheriidae
Stegomastodon sp. Pohlig 1912 gomphothere
 Ungulata - Camelidae