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NOTE: Figures 923 and 924 were subsequently shown to be carboniferous, rather than Devonian as claimed. See Randal F. Miller, History of Geological Investigation of Saint John, New Brunswick: "Along with plants the site yielded reptile/ amphibian tracks. Arthropods, particularly insect remains, attracted attention from geologists worldwide. At the time the rocks were considered to be of Devonian age, making the insect assemblage the oldest known in the world... Subsequent work by British paleobotanist Marie Stopes (1914) in a Geological Survey of Canada Memoir proved the Carboniferous age of the rocks. [Emphases added]"