The NSS Bulletin - ISSN 1090-6924
Volume 40 Number 2: 64-75 - April 1978

A publication of the National Speleological Society

The Pleistocene Mammalian Fauna of Harrodsburg Crevice, Monroe County, Indiana
Paul W. Parmalee, Patrick J. Munson and John E. Guilday


Harrodsburg Crevice is a collaped, filled-in cave in the unglaciated, hilly, karst region of south-central Indiana. The mammalian faunal remains described were recovered from floor deposits of this former cave and include extinct Pleistocene species of the genera Canis, Smilodon, Panthera, Equus, and Platgonus, as well as several extant epecies no longer present in the region.

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