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Evidence from four localities in central Texas indicates that the Seguin formation as originally defined straddles the boundary between the Midway and Wilcox groups of the Eocene. The members of the Seguin formation, the Solomon Creek clays and the Caldwell Knob sands, are redefined so that the base of the Wilcox group is placed at a disconformity marking the top of the Solomon Creek clays and the base of the Caldwell Knob sands.
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