Dimetrodon berea, New Species
The tracks (figure 1, A) are in Waynesburg sandstone obtained 0.4 mile southwest of bridge over Hughes River at Berea, Ritchie County, West Virginia. They were exposed during road work in the summer of 1927. They were cared for by Mr. David H. Jones of Berea till August, 1929, when, on solicitation by Mr. David B. Reger and the writer, they were placed in the-museum of West Virginia University (Permian Number 182).
The ledge from which the specimen came is illustrated by figure 2 of the Waynesburg sandstone, though the exact layer from which it came could not be ascertained. The position of this bed among others is stated in the accompanying section which was made in the locality by Mr. David B. Reger.
This section was made at Berea, Ritchie County, West Virginia. It was measured with hand-level by David B. Reger, and . . .