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Fossil Burrows on the Coast of Kenya

Naturevolume 207pages850851 (1965) | Download Citation

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THE group of several dozen burrows to be described was found in July 1963 in an outcrop on the shore situated on the east side of the entrance to Mida Creek, about 16 miles south-west of Malindi, in the Coast Region of Kenya. The reference on the Universal Transverse Mercator Grid used in Kenya is Zone 37, FG 077258.

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    Thompson, A. O., Geology of the Malindi Area. Report No. 36, Geological Survey of Kenya (Nairobi, 1956).

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    Kalk, Margaret, in The Natural History of Inhaca Island, Mocambique, edit. by Macnae, B. W., and Kalk, Margaret (Witwatersrand University Press, Johannesburg, 1958).

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    Milne, L. J., and Milne, M. J., Amer. Nat., 80, 362 (1964).

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  1. Department of Geology, University of Keele

    • D. G. STEPHENSON

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