Mammalian fossils collected from the second terrace above Clear Creek in Denton County, Texas, are here described as the "Clear Creek local fauna." Ecological inferences drawn from current habits and ranges of the extant species, in addition to a radiocarbon date and certain stratigraphic data, suggest that the fauna belongs to the Sangamon interglacial interval (circa 25,000 B.P. to 40,000 B.P.)
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Slaughter, Bob H. and Ritchie, Ronald
"Pleistocene Mammals of the Clear Creek Local Fauna, Denton County, Texas,"
Journal of the Graduate Research Center: Vol. 31:
3, Article 1.
Available at: https://scholar.smu.edu/journal_grc/vol31/iss3/1