The Hill-Shuler Local Faunas of the Upper Trinity River, Dallas and Denton Counties, Texas

Abstract
The Pemberton Hill-Lewisville (T-2) terrace deposits of the Trinity River in Dallas and Denton Counties are divided into four consecutive members. Sixty-three vertebrates, 32 mollusks, and several insects and plants were collected from 3 members and are discussed in the report. The terrace deposits are tentatively referred to as the Sangamon interglacial on the basis of two radiocarbon dates in excess of 3700 years BP and on the association of the giant bison with a typical interglacial fauna. Other Trinity River terraces and local archeology are described and stratigraphic and faunal relationships with other well-known fossil localities in Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas are suggested.
Authors
Bob H. Slaughter
Wilson W. Crook
R. K. Harris
D. C. Allen
Martin Seifert
Citation

Slaughter, B. H., Crook, W. W., Jr., Harris, R. K., Allen, D. C., and Seifert, M., 1962, The Hill-Shuler Local Faunas of the Upper Trinity River, Dallas and Denton Counties, Texas: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, Report of Investigations No. 48, 75 p.

Code
RI048
ISSN
2475-367X
Number
48
Number of figures
17
Number of pages
75
Number of plates
1
Publisher
The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology
Series
Report of Investigation
Year
1962