New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science (NMMNHS) Paleontology specimens (Arctos)
The New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science paleontology collection contains over 80,000 cataloged Items. The strengths of the collection include the fauna and flora of the Kinney Brick Pennsylvanian Lagerstätten, Permian trackways and traces, Triassic tetrapods, Late Cretaceous invertebrates and reptiles, Paleocene mammals and reptiles, and Neogene mammals.
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Primarily New Mexico and the Southwestern United States.
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [25.562, -120.234], North East [42.033, -92.725]|
Any fossil taxa, the largest portion of our collections are vetebrates.
|Living Time Period||Ediacaran to Pleistocene|
|Collection Name||New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science (NMMNHS) Paleontology specimens|
|Parent Collection Identifier||NMMNH|
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