Ancient glacial deposits of the Meyer Desert Formation exposed in the Oliver Bluffs on the flanks of the Beardmore Glacier. The deposits are downthrown along the Koski fault which is marked by the prominent escarpment towards the north end of the bluffs (left on image). The type locality for A. balli sp. n. is at the north end of the bluffs marked by a red star.

  Part of: Ashworth AC, Erwin TL (2016) Antarctotrechus balli sp. n. (Carabidae, Trechini): the first ground beetle from Antarctica. ZooKeys 635: 109-122.