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Hall, J., 1859. Notice of the Genera Ambonychia, Palaearca, and Megambonia. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 12, 8-14.
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Lewis, D.M., Ogden, E.C., 1965. Trapping Methods for Modern Pollen Rain Studies, in: Kummel, B., Raup, D. (Eds.), Handbook Of Paleontological Techniques. W. H. Freeman & Co., San Francisco, California, pp. 613-626.
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Mead, J.I., Roth, E.L., Van Devender, T.R., Steadman, D.W., 1984. The Late Wisconsinan Vertebrate Fauna from Deadman Cave, Southern Arizona. Transactions of the San Diego Society of Natural History 20, 247-276. doi:10.5962/bhl.part.29007
Miller, N.G., Futyma, R.P., 1987. Paleohydrological implications of Holocene peatland development in northern Michigan. Quaternary Research 27, 297-311. doi:10.1016/0033-5894(87)90085-8
Miller, N.G., 1984. Tertiary and Quaternary fossils, in: Schuster, R.M. (Ed.), New Manual Of Bryology, Volume 2. Hattori Botanical Laboratory, pp. 1194-1237.
Miller, N.G., 2008. Contemporary and Prior Environments of the Hyde Park, New York, Mastodon, on the Basis of Associated Plant Macrofossils, in: Allmon, W.D., Nester, P.L. (Eds.), Mastodon Paleobiology, Taphonomy, And Paleoenvironment In The Late Pleistocene Of New York State: Studies On The Hyde Park, Chemung, And North Java Sites. Paleontological Research Institute, Ithaca, New York, pp. 151-181.

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