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A previous author, although expressing the opinion that certain strata in the Puente Hills might be of Fernando (Pliocene) age, has mapped them as Puente (upper Miocene) because of the fact that they seemed to lie conformably upon the Puente and to carry no diagnostic fossils or other conclusive evidence of Pliocene age. This paper records a "Lower Pliocene" micro-fauna from these strata in support of the previous author's expressed opinion, and correlates them with certain horizons in the Los Angeles and Ventura basins. It also shows a possible correlation with the lower part of the Wildcat series of Humboldt County.
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