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A Late-Glacial Flora in Ireland Co. Monaghan, Ireland

Nature volume 149, page 502 (02 May 1942) | Download Citation

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IN 1715 the molar teeth and other remains of a mammoth were discovered to the east of Belturbet, Co. Cavan1. In 1940 a site in the townland of Drumurcher, Co. Monaghan, where near a mill there was a small alluvial flat, was tentatively identified as the place of the original find.

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  1. Iveagh Geological Laboratory, Trinity College, Dublin. March 31.

    • G. F. MITCHELL

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