This is a continuation of the report made to the Academy two years ago. Some large limb bones from Clinton county, a few ribs from Shell Rock, and a toe bone from Salem belong to either the elephant or mastodon; a fine elephant tooth from Mason City and another from Melvin and in addition a remarkable dorsal spine from Salem complete the proboscideans. Part of a Cervalces skull from Langworthy, the molar of a horse from Missouri Valley, and a few slender limb bones of a deer from Spencer complete the list.
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Thomas, A. O.
"Pleistocene Mammalian Remains Recently Found in Iowa,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 31(1), 340-340.
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