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A further study of the Quaternary antelopes of Shelter Cave, New Mexico

Stock, Chester (1932) A further study of the Quaternary antelopes of Shelter Cave, New Mexico. Science Series. Vol.3. Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History , Los Angeles, CA, pp. 1-45.

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Since the preliminary description of Tetrameryx? conklingi from Quaternary deposits in Shelter Cave, New Mexico, additional materials of this interesting antilocaprid species have been obtained in the course of further excavations in the cavern by Mr. R. P. Conkling and by members of an expedition from the Los Angeles Museum. The collections include, moreover, the cranial portion of the skull to which the horn-cores of the holotype belong. Definite association of these specimens permits therefore a fuller description of the type.

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