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The same genus has also been found in the Upper Eocene marls of Hordwell Cliff, Hampshire, just below the level of the Bembridge Limestone, and therefore a formation older than the Gypsum of Paris.
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Helix labyrinthica, Say (Figure 176), a land-shell now inhabiting the United States, was discovered in this series by Mr. Searles Wood in Hordwell Cliff.
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The lower and middle portion of the Headon series is also met with in Hordwell Cliff (or Hordle, as it is often spelt), near Lymington, Hants.
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The bones of several birds have been obtained from Hordwell, and the remains of quadrupeds of the genera Palaeotherium (Palaeotherium minus), Anoplotherium, Anthracotherium, Dichodon, Dichobune, Spalacodon, and Hyaenodon.
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Many of the marine shells of the brackish-water beds of the above series, both in the Isle of Wight and Hordwell Cliff, are common to the underlying Barton Clay: and, on the other hand, there are some fresh-water shells, such as Cyrena obovata, which are common to the Bembridge beds, notwithstanding the intervention of the St. Helen's series.
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Both in the Isle of Wight, and in Hordwell Cliff, Hants, the Headon beds, above- mentioned, rest on white sands usually devoid of fossils, and used in the Isle of Wight for making glass.
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Examples of Hordwell

Example #1
Several species of opossum (Didelphis) are met with in the same strata of the Limagne.
Example #2
A remarkable carnivorous genus, the Hyaenodon of Laizer, is represented by more than one species.
Example #3
It is also met with in Headon Hill, in the same beds.
Example #4
Among the shells which are widely distributed through the Headon series are Neritina concava (Figure 177), Lymnea caudata (Figure 178), and Cerithium concavum (Figure 179).
Example #5
Venetz, M., on Alpine glaciers.
Example #6
Among the shells which abound in this cliff are Paludina lenta and various species of Lymnea, Planorbis, Melania, Cyclas, Unio, Potamomya, Dreissena, etc.