Where: Moffat County, Colorado (40.6° N, 108.1° W: paleocoordinates 41.2° N, 105.2° W)
• coordinate based on political unit
When: Weller Sandstone Member (Browns Park Formation), Miocene (23.0 - 5.3 Ma)
Primary reference: O. A. Peterson. 1928. The Brown's Park Formation. Memoirs of the Carnegie Museum 11(2):87-130 [J. Alroy/J. Alroy/J. Marcot]more details
PaleoDB collection 18874: authorized by John Alroy, entered by John Alroy on 27.09.1993
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• type area of Browns Park Fm.
while this name is not applied by Peterson, Honey and Izett 1988 use it to distinguish his fauna from theirs
type of "Bassariscops willistoni" is from 1 mi SW of Sunbeam, which is a different locality according to Honey and Izett 1988; referred specimen is actually Cynarctoides lemur: Wang et al. 1999
"Merycoidodontidae indet." Honey and Izett 1988: "Ticholeptus?" from Emma (Gilsonite) Mine "near the bluff of the White River canyon in Utah"
"camelid" presumably the "camelid closely allied to Stenomylus" that is actually an antilocaprine: Frick and Taylor 1968
presumed chalicothere is actually a "Teleodus" from the Duchesne River Fm. near Vernal, UT: Skinner 1968
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