In an article appearing in the Bulletin with the title, “Custer Formation of Texas,” Robert Roth3 proposes a new formation name for the uppermost beds of the Permian of Texas. With much of this article the writer is in agreement. Since the uppermost Permian beds of Texas evidently record a time of varying and shifting conditions of deposition both from time to time and from place to place, including not only land locking and desiccation of seas and parts of seas, but continental deposition of various types, probably including windblown deposits, it is not to be expected that individual...

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