ABSTRACT

In a recent study of the Ostracoda from the Austin Group of Texas, the writer found that four species are useful in correlating the sequences exposed in Travis, Dallas, and Fannin Counties. The use of these microfossils fills the gaps left by the absence of macrofauna previously used in correlation and illustrates their utility in areas where the stratigraphy is complicated by facies changes.

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