Abstract

Our present knowledge of the geology of Grand Cayman Island, British West Indies, is reviewed, and the development of the main topographic features of the island is briefly discussed. The presence of Pleistocene deposits in the interior of the eastern part of the island, with a fauna of 50 species of marine mollusks, is noted. An annotated list of the Pleistocene marine mollusks known from Grand Cayman Island is given.

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