Date of this Version
Science, New Series, Vol. 22, No. 572 (Dec. 15, 1905), pp. 797-798
AMONG several discoveries made in the Daimonelix beds (Loup Fork) of Sioux County, Nebraska, the most striking one of the season seems to be that of a new four-horned ancestral antelope, Syndyoceras cooki, the skull of which is herein figured and briefly described. The discovery was made by Mr. Harold G. Cook, a former Lincoln student and a member of the Morrill geological expedition of 1905.