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I have searched for hours on the web, cross-referencing one lead after another, and I cannot find a graphic representation (map) of the area covered by the Comanchean Sea of the late Cretaceous Period. I know that this inland sea covered parts of present-day Texas, New Mexico,and Oklahoma. I'd like to know which parts of New Mexico it covered. Can you help me locate a "map" that shows the area covered by this sea, please?
Re: Boundaries of the Comanchean Sea of late Cretaceous Period
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