Crappie Hole Site: a Concentration of Spirally-Fractured Rancholabrean Mammal Bones in Western Nebraska
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Crappie Hole Site: a Concentration of Spirally-Fractured Rancholabrean Mammal Bones in Western Nebraska. M. R. Voorhies, R. G. Corner. Current Research In The Pleistocene. 1: 53-54. 1984 ( tDAR id: 79535)
min long: -102.056; min lat: 41.003 ; max long: -101.25; max lat: 41.396 ;
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NADB citation id number(s): 000000162269