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New collections of floral and faunal remains were recovered from late Paleozoic sediments of the Mount Dall conglomerate in the Alaska Range of south-central Alaska. This isolated unit's type section is ∼1500 m thick and comprises thick to very thick conglomerate beds with interbedded sandstones and siltstones in a series of fining-upward intervals each tens of meters thick. The unit is interpreted to be a coastal braidplain deposit of Early Permian age in the upper Farewell terrane (Mystic subterrane sequence). Genus-level taxonomic composition of paleobotanical collections from lenticular mudstones to siltstones is discussed with regard to taphonomy and the interpreted...

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