Dogie Mountain (Paleocene of the United States)

Also known as LSUMG VL-108

Where: Brewster County, Texas (29.2° N, 103.2° W: paleocoordinates 35.4° N, 83.9° W)

• coordinate based on political unit

• small collection-level geographic resolution

When: Javelina Formation (Tornillo Group), Puercan (66.0 - 63.3 Ma)

• said to be late Puercan

• bed-level stratigraphic resolution

Environment/lithology: terrestrial; lithology not reported

Size class: macrofossils

Primary reference: J. A. Schiebout and Et al. 1987. Stratigraphy of the Cretaceous-Tertiary and Paleocene-Eocene Transition Rocks of Big Bend National Park, Texas . Journal of Geology 95 [J. Alroy/J. Alroy/J. Ju]more details

Purpose of describing collection: general faunal/floral analysis

PaleoDB collection 14829: authorized by John Alroy, entered by John Alroy on 30.04.1994, edited by Patricia Holroyd

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Taxonomic list

• said to be "high" in the Mbr., exact m level unknown
underlies Black Peaks localities of Schiebout 1974
said to be late Puercan, but reassigned to the Torrejonian by Williamson 1996
 Salientia -
Anura indet.2 Fischer von Waldheim 1813 frog
 Cimolesta - Cimolestidae
Gelastops sp. Simpson 1935 eutherian
 Ferae - Viverravidae
"Bryanictis sp." = Protictis (Bryanictis)
"Bryanictis sp." = Protictis (Bryanictis) MacIntyre 1966 placental
"Protictus (sic) (Bryanictis) sp." said to be new; listed as "Protictis" by Williamson 1996, who compares it to both Bryanictis and Simpsonictis
 Tribosphenida - Arctocyonidae
Baioconodon sp.3 Gazin 1941 condylarth
presumably includes "Eoconodon sp." as no other taxa in the original list are omitted; this guess is seconded by Williamson 1996
 Ungulata - Hyopsodontidae
cf. Bomburia sp.4 Van Valen 1978 condylarth
cf. Protoselene sp.4 Matthew 1897 condylarth
mioclaenid, said to be new
 Ungulata - Periptychidae
Periptychus sp.4 Cope 1881 condylarth
Haploconus angustus1 Cope 1881 condylarth
 Insectivora -
Insectivora indet. Bowdich 1821 insectivoran
 Theriiformes - Peradectidae
? Peradectes sp.4 Matthew and Granger 1921 metatherian
 Multituberculata -
Viridomys sp. Fox 1971 multituberculate
said to be new; if correct, this is the only post-Aquilan record of the genus (!)
 Multituberculata - Neoplagiaulacidae
Mesodma thompsoni Clemens 1964 multituberculate
 Multituberculata - Ptilodontidae
Ptilodus sp. Cope 1881 multituberculate
said to be new
 Multituberculata - Cimolodontidae
Cimolodon sp.3 Marsh 1889 multituberculate
said to be new; if correct, this is the only Cenozoic record of the genus