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BULLETIN 43 VOLUME I MAY, 1935
A field party from the Nebraska State Museum consisting of Messrs. E. L. Blue, Frank Crabill, Loren Eiseley, and C. Bertrand Schultz, on August 28, 1931, was fortunate in finding the remains of a new Mesocyon. This specimen, number 4-28-8-31, the Nebraska State Museum, was found in the Gering formation (lower Miocene), fifteen feet above the Brule, 400 feet west of the road in Redington Gap, near the center of the S. 1/2, sec. 14, T. 19 N., R. 52 W., west of Bridgeport, Morrill County, Nebraska.
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