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dagger] Sigmodon medius: Czaplewski, 1987, and cast of some specimens in that work, M1-M3 (MNAV4835, cast housed in OMNH 2719) and m1-m3 (MNA V4834 cast housed in OMNH 2720).
We identified fossils by direct comparison with bones of recent and fossil vertebrates in collections of the OMNH.
Size of the carpometacarpus is most similar to, or somewhat larger than, that of four available modern Branta canadensis from Oklahoma in the OMNH avian osteology collection.
Although the lower teeth in OMNH 74708 are worn moderately, the m3 retains enamel showing a separation of the talonid valley by a relatively narrow dividing bridge of dentine (Fig.
3f-h; OMNH 74707) consists of the anterior one-half of the cranium broken through the interorbital region.
4c and 4d) OMNH 74741 and 74717, respectively, distal width (in mm) is 36 and 35; distal depth 37 and 37.
Rush Creek--A single isolated specimen from OMNH locality V1638 bears an old catalog number 20-4-S7 dating from the 1930s and 1940s when J.
This specimen, recently recataloged as OMNH 73929, is a piece of the right dentary with the posterior end of the diastema and the p2-p4 (Fig.
No other data were associated with the specimen and no correspondence pertinent to it could be found in archives of the OMNH vertebrate paleontology collection.
The fossils from Quartz Mountain canal were passed to Don Wyckoff by Lawrence and Jean LeVick, and then to the author for deposition in the OMNH in June 2007.
LeVick for kindly showing me the locality at Quartz Mountain Canal and for donating the fossils of vertebrates to the OMNH through D.
Two specimens were known from Le Flore County, both captured in 1934 (OMNH 3820, OMNH 11065).