Tertiary fossil plants from the Republic of Haiti

Edward Wilber Berry
1922 Proceedings of the United States National Museum  
data of great importance have been obtained, and a few collections of fossil plants were also secured. Those from the Dominican Republic, comprising small and for the most part poorly preserved materials of Tertiary age, were described by me in a recent paper.* This paper is published by permission of the engineer in chief of the Republic of Haiti. The work in the Republic of Haiti, in charge of W. P. Woodring, resulted in 13 small collections of fossil plants at the following localities: B 320
more » ... g localities: B 320 F. Departement du Nord, 7 km. north of Dondon on trail to Grande Rivifere, altitude about 400 meters above sea level. de Jeremie, about 10 km. south of junction of Bras a Gauche with Bras a Droit, and 5 km. north of Sources Chaudesde Dame Marie. J.S.Brown, collector. November 17, 1920. B 272 F. Departement du Nord, about 6 km. south by west of Plaisance on road to Ennery, north slope of Mt. Puilboreau, altitude about 550 meters above sea level.
doi:10.5479/si.00963801.62-2460.1 fatcat:igmodhk7srfqbgmdtoyphpsnxq