This bibliography is comprehensive for the entire volume. In addition to references that discuss particular systematic taxa , it also includes citations of references that in some way discuss paleontology in the Grsad Canyon region without naming any systematic taxa. Citations provide complete bibliographical data in Mfioort of abbreviated citations in the indexes that follow in Part 2. References that are flagged by a triangle () indicate publications that wholly or in part discuss fossils derived from Tertiary that are important in the interpretation of the development of the Grand Canyon; these occurrences are not neceeaarily at or near the Grand Canyon.
These are lists of genera and species reported from publications th. cover areas greater than that covered by' these indaexcluded from these lists (thus thes- lists do not necessarily cite every). The taxa sre listed alphabeticaity, first listing Animalia,then AcriIIrdaa, dofouill. Taxa that are cited only as genera (e.g., Pinus sp.) are iDduded 0lIl,IaaYe included in them (in the cited publication). The systematic placemelll of tau foIlowidaelCbeme explainedin the "Scopeand Organization" section of this volume. In I few inItaDceI, it to update the identification under which the taxon was originally described; piItiaaArIy in the taIeI of Proterozoic fossils that were originally described under metazoan groups that fint evolved durin, the Paleozoic.