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BULLETIN 17 VOLUME 1 JANUARY, 1930
Amebelodonts are so new and so rare that even fragmentary facts relative to the group seem worth publishing. The specimen under consideration is a mandibular tusk found on the farm of Mr. A. S. Keith, Freedom, Frontier County, Nebraska, on the Morrill Geological Expedition of 1928, and is numbered 1-17-7-28, S. and L., the collectors being Bertrand Schultz and John LeMar, both of the class of 1931, the University of Nebraska. The formation was Late Pliocene or Pleistocene.
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