USGS locality 4369, north side of Separation Creek, WY, upper Fort Union Fm (Paleocene of the United States)

Where: Wyoming (41.6° N, 107.6° W: paleocoordinates 47.7° N, 87.0° W)

• coordinate estimated from map

When: Fort Union Formation, Paleocene (66.0 - 56.0 Ma)

• formation-level stratigraphic resolution

Environment/lithology: fluvial; white, conglomeratic sandstone and coal

• somewhat conglomeratic basal white sandstone, overlain by coals.

Reposited in the USNM

Collection methods: quarrying, mechanical,

• Specimens were collected by T.W. Stanton, July 16, 1907.

Primary reference: R. W. Brown. 1962. Paleocene flora of the Rocky Mountains and Great Plains. United States Geological Survey Professional Paper 375:1-119 [P. Wilf/J. Sessa/M. Uhen]more details

Purpose of describing collection: taxonomic analysis

PaleoDB collection 40535: authorized by Peter Wilf, entered by Jocelyn Sessa on 24.06.2004

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Taxonomic list

• Species lists for Brown 1962 were compiled from the publication and provided for the Paleobiology Database by Drs. Steven R. Manchester and Peter R. Crane.
 Schizaeales - Schizaeaceae
 Rhamnales - Rosidae
 Urticales - Dilleniidae
 Proteales - Platanaceae