Appendix Specimens of Neotoma from the

Neotoma cinerea

LEVEL 1

CM 64600, 64604, 64605, 64607, 64609, 64610, 64612, 64613, 64616, 64620, 64621, 64623, 64625, 64626, 64628, 64630, 64632, 64634, 64638, 64640, 64644, 64645, 64647, 64653, 64655, 64658, 64661, 64668, 64674, 64678, 64679, 64680, 64681, 64684, 64689, 64708, 64710, 64711, 64714, 64719,

64722, 65056, 65059-65066, 65068, 65221-65225, 65227, 65229, 65291, 65292, 65295, 65296, 65298, 65299-65302, 65329-65339, 65341-65353, 65355-65358, 65429, 66149, 66151, 66152, 66159-66162, 66164-66166, 66168, 66169, 66171, 66351-66356, 66359-66445, 66698, 69688. UCMP 172500-172506, 172545, 172575, 172730, 172731, 172734172739, 172741, 172742, 172744-172772, 172775, 172777, 172778, 172780-172783, 172786-172794, 172797-172801, 172803, 172804, 172806, 172808, 172813-172817, 172821172823, 172826, 172829-172833, 172835, 172837-172842, 172844-172871, 172873-172883, 172885, 172887, 172890, 172891, 172893-172900, 172905-172909.

LEVEL 2

CM 63634, 64601-64603, 64606, 64609, 64611, 64612, 64614, 64615, 64617, 64622, 64624, 64627, 64629, 64631, 64633, 64635, 64637, 64642, 64643, 64646, 64648-64652, 64654, 64657, 64660, 64662-64667, 64669, 64671-64673, 6467564677, 64682, 64683, 64685, 64686, 64690-64693, 6469464697, 64699, 64701-64707, 64709, 64713, 64715-64718,

64723, 64725-64734, 64739-64741, 64743, 64744, 64748, 64749, 64751, 64753 , 64754, 64756, 64759, 64761-64769, 64771-64787, 64795-64797, 64809-64815, 64817-64833, 64836, 64839, 64841-64853, 64855-64858, 64860, 64861, 65426, 65430-65434, 65436, 65437, 65439, 65440, 6544265444, 65446-65449, 66145-66147, 66509-66511, 66514, 66515, 66517, 66520. UCMP 172524-172606, 172608-172623, 172625-172648, 172650-172668, 172670-172682, 172684172691, 172693, 172698, 172707-172721, 172724, 172726, 172728.

LEVEL 3

CM 64745, 64844, 65712, 65717, 65722. UCMP 172507, 172511172513, 172515-172518.

Porcupine Cave region lacked mountain glaciers. One explanation is that the elevation of the cave was lower then; another is differing glacial climatic patterns in the "Nebraskan" as compared to "Kansan" and later glaciations, when mountain glaciers did exist in the Porcupine Cave region. Also consistent with some degree of uplift since the Porcupine Cave Pit fauna lived is the potential piracy of Badger Creek and the deep incision of the Arkansas River between Salida and Canon City.

LEVEL 4

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